406 Government St, Dryden, ON P0V, Canada
406 Government Street Dryden ON
Onata Kasu said 3 years ago
Timberland fulfilled it's duties. Nothing was amazing, but it was comfortable. What more can you ask for in a motel?
Austin Kim said 3 years ago
Clean and cozy room! Super friendly staff! Lovely place to stay.
Andy Bissell said 3 years ago
Close to highway, clean and comfy. Close to food and Fuel.
Jeffrey Carrier said 3 years ago
Best motel in dryden for its price, paid 69$/night through booking app.
Drew Spence said 4 years ago
As a result of previous reviews I booked this Motel - that was a mistake - would not recommend , eft over Pizza in fridge from previous rental, Beds were very worn really bad should not have been rented , sheets had stains on them ( really bad) plumbing problems sink clogged, shower leaked on floor borderline clean needs a paint job really bad! I cannot believe that people would actually recommend this Motel as a 4 or 5 star - unbelievable
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