It would be unfair to expect a motel in backwoods Georgia to be like a large chain facility in a metropolitan area. Based on vehicles in the parking lot, there were only three or four rooms occupied in the place during my entire stay. This did look like the better of the places available to stay in Folkston.
That said, the furniture was beaten and worn, looked like circa 1960. I found myself killing roaches as they crawled onto the table and across the floor. To get the light over the sink to work you first turned on the switch and then adjusted the bulb to make connection. The wifi was spotty, sometimes going out. Cell service was zero bars most the time. The signal on the TV was fuzzy and sometimes just not worth looking at.