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All reviews the pub in town great place to stay continental breakfast comfortable room central location free wifi yogurt hotel staff each morning basic accommodation staff was very friendly and helpful plenty of hot water two double beds polar bear grocery store other guests
There are not a lot of choices in Churchill and this one was very busy. The food was fairly good and was across the street from our hotel so we did not have to go far for meals.We did get to see many polar bears...More
I had the pleasure of visiting Churchill recently. I stayed at the Tundra Inn and had great time. The staff was extremely friendly. They helped me plan my outings and cared about my experiences.
The rooms are very well kept and spacious. The hotel is...More
We stayed here as part of our package to see the polar bears. The rooms were warm and cosy and adequately sized. The bathrooms was heated. Coffee, tea and some snacks were available 24 hourly. The rooms were cleaned everyday. There was just 1 problem...More
I was underwhelmed by the Tundra Inn; the furnishings were super basic, walls were thin, and some of the rooms were in a funny place ( like right across from the gift/shop reception area. Breakfast was lame. Included in our package was the continental breakfast;...More
Date of stay: November 2018
Response from Frontiers N, Marketing Coordinator at Tundra InnResponded November 26, 2018
Hi Megan - it sounds as though you were perhaps staying at the Polar Inn?
The Tundra Inn does not have a gift shop/reception area near the guest rooms. As well, breakfast is located across the street at the Tundra Inn Pub and is a...More
Not a whole lot of options in Churchill during polar bear season, so we didn't expect the Ritz Carlton. But really, the Tundra Inn could have been much better than it was.
The room is cramped. So cramped that they jam the queen sized bed...More
Welcome to the sub-arctic coastal town of Churchill, Manitoba, home to Polar Bears, Beluga Whales and spectacular Northern Lights. The Tundra Inn is a cozy, family-run hotel that provides comfortable, spacious …Moreaccomodations that are infused with small town charm. Located on a quiet side street, the Tundra Inn offers a peaceful atmospehere that is convenient to Churchill amenities - including the Tundra Inn Pub & Restaurant, located directly acres the street. The Tundra Inn Restaurant & Pub offers hearty and wholesome pub-style food with a Canadian-Arctic twist. Swap stories with locals and other travelers while you relax with a pint in the pub. Or enjoy our delicious regional cuisine in the comfort of our rustic dining room. Our warm and friendly staff look forward to welcoming you! Less
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The Tundra Inn rep contacted Marc Ingebritsen for me. (I was there in Sept. - too early for the Tundra Buggies). Marc has lived in Churchill for several years and knows the area & its history well. The tour cost $100... More
The Tundra Inn rep contacted Marc Ingebritsen for me. (I was there in Sept. - too early for the Tundra Buggies). Marc has lived in Churchill for several years and knows the area & its history well. The tour cost $100, lasted ~ 3 hr. & included several sites around town (he is knowledgeable about the historical significance of each), a visit to the Churchill Northern Studies Centre (CNSC) then we watched a roaming adult polar bear for a while. A pleasant guy who knows where the bears are likely to be. We were also lucky to watch the Natural Resources officers as they loaded 2 bears from the Polar Bear Jail into a net & carried them away from town with a helicopter (happens when the jail is full). Overall, time well spent.
I later worked with a group for 11 days at the CNSC. Our group hired Mark for an afternoon & he found a female & her cub - lots of photos. (watch for an article in 'National Geographic Traveller' that one group member is writing on Eco-Tourism). Ended the day with a visit to the polar Bear Jail (can't go inside but several displays outside).
Mark worked at North Star Tours, pone 204 675 - 2147. His cell # was 204 675 - 0016 Ask if he can show you around for a few hours.
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"We went with a tour but wherever you stayed would be great."