Start with the name. The "Free Breakfast Inn" serves nothing at all for breakfast. You get a voucher for a restaurant 1/2 mile away across the Interstate that doesn't open until 11 a.m.; therefore, most guests will be long gone and on the road by the time one can take advantage. The evening clerk was a very friendly, well-spoken and nice old lady who explained this to me, and gave me a $4 room discount after I noted I had to be at least 100 miles down the road by the time I could eat that lunchtime breakfast.
I wish the room were as clean as the service is friendly. It looked like a time warp to 1974, with a pink bulb in the lamp, golden sculptures on the wall, silver flowery curtains, and brown shag carpet. That would be fine (if eccentric), except the carpet was grimy, somewhat greasy, and littered with small hard objects (likely pebbles from the outside driveway). It hadn't been vacuumed in a long time. Beds were really old, squeaky and uneven, but not hard; I actually slept fairly well. The shower ran fine but had no head; water squirted from a hole at the end of a pipe. Paint was peeling in several places too. At least I didn't see any bugs. Still, I'd expect to pay $30-45 for a comparable grunge motel elsewhere on the High Plains, not $55+tax as I did (on hotels.com discount) here. Aside from being overpriced, it's also very remote -- only one restaurant, one bar and a truck stop within at least 3 miles of open prairie.