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I came in here while traveling to Bridgewater for work. The hotel is in a decent location. The check-in was nice and quick and friendly. The rooms are a little dated decor and appliance wise. The lighting is a bit dim, there wasn't any extra...More
The Comfort Inn is a clean and comfortable place on North Street near Aberdeen Road. Close to the hospital, across from a pharmacy and near a drive-thru A&W, the hotel is well-run and offers free breakfasts.
Great little hotel, clean, good service, quiet location but close to main road. The free breakfast was adequate and well stocked. The hotel is two story with no elevator so request a ground floor if you have mobility issues.
I've read the other reviews and must say that we did not find anything negative about the hotel. The room was clean, the bed was comfortable. The location was good. The staff were great. Joanne at the reception was very friendly and helpful. The breakfast...More
Still in the midst of our business trip, yesterday brought us to Bridgewater in Nova Scotia.
On arrival, we were greeted by such a friendly and nice lady, Michelle. She's still a trainee, but better than plenty other reception personnel we've encountered.
Michelle issued us...More
Response from ComfortBridgewaterGM | Property representative |
Thank you for your inquiry. We are a pet friendly hotel, and while it is unusual to have a guest travel with a cat, it has happened. Lindi if I can be of assistance with your travel plans, please do not... More
Thank you for your inquiry. We are a pet friendly hotel, and while it is unusual to have a guest travel with a cat, it has happened. Lindi if I can be of assistance with your travel plans, please do not hesitate to give me a call directly.
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