We spent one night here in order to attend a family gathering. The welcome in the office was congenial, and we really enjoyed the retro, mid-century vibe at this modest but obviously well-run property. Our spacious, comfortable room (15) was spotlessly clean and quiet. It had two queen beds with good, firm mattresses. The sparking outdoor pool was especially appealing. Though we didn't use them, it was great to have a fridge and microwave in the room. Our only regret was that there were no coffee-making facilities, so my husband had to trek on foot to a local Dunkin Donuts for morning coffee. But we were very glad to spend one night at the very clean, quiet Twin Oaks Motel, and we recommend it to other travelers to Manasquan.
i checked in about 3:00 last Saturday afternoon, dropped off my belongings and went to a friends nearby for dinner. When i returned at 11:00 and opened the door, i heard a voice say "hello"......i opened the door all the way and there was a gentleman laying on my bed, with a 1/2 full bottle of Vodka on the nightstand. The room smelled like a crowded bar at closing time. The manager was helpful, although it shouldn't have happened in the first place. The gentleman had stayed in that room the week before and never turned in his key. It was a pretty quick buzz kill, packing, and out of there to a nearby Hampton Inn. So, good luck if giving it a try.
I’m staying here temporarily looking 4 a permanent situation. Managers are nice & accommodating. Only issue is it says daily housekeeping & ive been here 2 weeks & room has not been cleaned once. Found cockroaches the 2nd night I stayed but haven’t seen anymore since, Thank God, know it can happen anywhere.
Why have carpets in pet friendly motel? Smells bad. Other wise it was okay. Close to places we wanted to go. Get rid of the carpet 🤮 beds were fine bathroom old. Whole place needs updating. I would stay again if they rip up the carpet. Biggest complaint
Made a reservation here last night for September 21. Website showed available, took my payment, received my confirmation email. This morning I received an email saying room is no longer available and was advised to cancel my reservation. I waited for a response as to why the room was no longer available, but have not heard anything back as if yet. I do, however, suspect it's because there is a music festival going on in a neighboring town and EVERY other hotel in the area is price gouging because of it. (Example: Marriot Fairfield Inn over $800.00', Budget Inn $654.00', a little dinky hotel that normally charges $79 a night is charging over $400!) A crime.