130 Grand Trunk Ave, Dryden, ON P8N 2W5, Canada
130 Grand Trunk Avenue Dryden ON
robert a said 2 years ago
Nice quiet place to stay pricing around 79 dollars a little cheaper than any other motel after all it is Ontario.
Linda Lamoureux said 2 years ago
We stayed there as we were passing through. We stayed in 1 of the 5 motel rooms available. Prices are good, rooms were very clean and owners very friendly and accomadating
Malcolm MacMartin said 2 years ago
A nice motel if you are just passing through. No amenities. Much cheaper that the fancier hotels in this area. A clean 2 star motel.
Arron Bosch said 2 years ago
Bad does does not describe my stay had to share bed with a bug mold in the shower no WiFi just plain BAD.
Jim Pehler said 3 years ago
Room was just what a motel room should be... amenities and everything clean and working.
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