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All reviewsthe pubone nightnorthern lightswould stay againcement blocknothing fancytop floorincluded breakfastcoffee maker and fridgestaff were politeroom was clean and comfortablebreeze blocksmall townhockey teamcold beer and wine storehot breakfastyogurt
We actually stayed there in Sept 2016 but have only just got round to sitting down to reminiscing and reviewing the hotels on our Canadian road trip. We stopped there for one night. The restaurant was nice and the room has huge. Not much to...More
service was very slow, took awhile to get our beverages, nd seemed to take forever for our food to come and of the 6 meals that were delivered 4 were barly warm. Not alot of choices for dinner in town but for the money spent...More
The building is dated but clean and the attached beverage store is a bonus. The restaurant is expensive but everything here is when everything needs to be shipped in from far away. This is a central location to all outdoor excursions in port McNeil.
Let's be honest...Port McNeil is not near the top of my bucket list of places I intend to visit before leaving this world - especially not in dreary, cold December...
Never having travelled north of Campbell River, I was keen to see what the northern...More
Stayed for one night. We had a room on the bottom floor which was dated but reasonably clean. The cinder block walls gave it an institutional feel. The room was quiet except there was noise from pipes/plumbing that started around 4am.
There is a pub...More
We had a rental car, so honestly, I don't know. Telegraph Cove was a good 20-25 min. ride. If you do find a cab, then it'll probably be an expensive ride! If I were you, I'd try renting a car. You could probably rent a car... More
We had a rental car, so honestly, I don't know. Telegraph Cove was a good 20-25 min. ride. If you do find a cab, then it'll probably be an expensive ride! If I were you, I'd try renting a car. You could probably rent a car for one day for what you'd pay from Port McNeil to Telegraph Cove.