This is a small motel near the train tracks. Nothing special but it's good for a night's sleep. The owner was very friendly and if you closed the windows you couldn't hear much of the train. Clean and safe. The wifi signal kept going in and out.
Large room, very clean. Very friendly manager, nothing was too much trouble. We arrived very late and he made us very welcome. Good to be able to park outside the room. Will definitely stay again when we are in the area.
It has a sign extolling how quiet it is, apart from the goods trains quite regularly, yes it is. Very clean , but strangely they do not surcharge smokers, just asked if we do smoke in the room to let them know and they will extra clean !, for the price I felt it was a bit too basic, interesting town with a great Japanese Restaurant and coffee shop. We were driving home so it was a one nighter.
I don't stay in motels often, usually hotels, and wasn't sure what to expect. It was adorable, and very clean. It had everything we needed and it was comfortable and quiet. Very impressed, especially as it's a 2 star.
A quaint, welcoming motel in Chase, B.C., just a short walk down the road from the Greyhound (while it remains operating this year). Beautifully decorated with pots of flowers, benches, chairs to sit on, a gazebo and green space. I also noticed an old Telus telephone booth with telephone and telephone book, an unexpected bit of nostalgia which got me thinking about the past. Immaculate inside, everything was spotless and convenient, with the Queen sized bed beside a small couch facing the TV. There was a table convenient for small meals or laptop computer work and an adjoining kitchenette which was outfitted with mini fridge, microwave, stove, sink, cupboards and drawers with pots and pans, dishes and cutlery and of course, that essential can opener. The full bathroom had a tub - thank goodness. Showers are nice but I love a tub. The bathroom was also clean and I noticed that little soaps, shampoos, towels and all the essentials were there. I noticed air conditioning but didn't use it. The WiFi was a bit slow and I had some difficulty uploading You Tube videos, but I'm used to High Speed Internet so some patience was required. I couldn't figure out how to use the remote to the TV but I could have asked for some assistance with it. I'm sure most people wouldn't have that problem. A short walk around the corner I found a mini mall with a Subway, a laundromat and a grocery store that was well stocked with just about anything you might need. Beyond the Greyhound stop in the other direction I discovered an A&W, great for a snack and a coffee. Trains across the road from the motel, going by in the night didn't disturb me but then I'm a train lover and the sound actually helps me get to sleep. I had the best sleep there that I've had in years. I would certainly consider stopping at The Overlander Motel if I was passing through Chase again. It's a hidden gem.…