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We have stayed at university/college accommodation before and found this type of accommodation very good and cheap. St.Lawrence is no exception.
The room was very large with 2 double beds with a partition between the beds. There was also a very large fridge and microwave...More
My mother and I stayed here for one night while attending the Gananoque RibFest and Lions Club Craft Shows. The rooms were totally Physically Challenged accessible, clean, spacious and very reasonably priced. The rooms are private, very comfortable and we had an amazing nights sleep...More
We stayed in this residence for 2 night while visiting the thousand islands. The rooms are basic and have everything you need. It is located approximately 10-15 minutes away from a mall (by feet), where you have a lot of food options for breakfast and...More
We stay here every year for the boat races in June. We have a full size fridge in your room. Two beds & a desk with tv and cable. Very quite when we were ther the place was full Well worth the money.There is a...More
stayed for 3 nights while we visited in and around Brockville. Rooms were basic but very clean and spacious. Lots of free parking and full use of the communal kitchen so we could easily make breakfast before we went out. Each room had a fridge...More
US$59 - US$61 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Is there a difference between the "double occupancy rooms" and the family suites? We are traveling with two smaller children (3 and 6) and it looks like the rooms shown in the photo will suit us just fine.
28 February 2016|
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Response from Peter Serge C | Reviewed this property |
I do know there is two bed .the beds are separated
.The price is great and you can save on eating out.
The rooms are a college dorm .I don't know about family suites.Call the college 1 613 3450452.