See why so many travellers make McNeill's Inn On The Harborfront their inn of choice when visiting Port McNeill. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a minibar, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the inn.
Travellers looking to enjoy some oyster can head to Northern Lights Restaurant. Otherwise, you may want to check out a pub such as Gus's Pub.
Should time allow, World 's largest Burl is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
At McNeill's Inn On The Harborfront, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Port McNeill.
Having read a couple of the reviews here, I've got to say I'm not sure exactly what people were expecting. Port McNeil isn't the biggest place in the world and this is a small motel close to the Harbourfront (the clues in the title). This isn't a five star hotel, nor does it pretend to be, and for the price people shouldn't be expecting that sort of quality of accommodation either. It's a little bit dated, and could do with a bit of a sprucing up on the inside and outside, but the room that we stayed in was a decent size and it was reasonably clean and tidy(believe me we stayed in more expensive hotels which were worse). We came to do the Sea Wolf adventure tour and this is in an excellent location for doing just that, literally being a couple of minutes away from the meeting point. As a couple of other people have said, just be aware that you need to pick up the keys from Gus's Pub but that's just a short walk away. We did have some problems with WIFI passwords and also the WIFI reception was poor, so be aware of this, but the staff at the pub were very friendly (particularly the first lady we spoke to behind the bar). There's food available at the Pub and should you want to get your own food in, there's a decent sized supermarket not too far away. I would have no problem recommending this to people to stay. Decent accommodation at a decent price.…
I was glad I had read the reviews here .... check in is at the nearby Gus's Bar. No notice on the building with the rooms so we didn't have to spend time second guessing. That being said the bartender was friendly and accommodating and check in was effortless. We were surprised by the big "suite-like" rooms. Very comfortable and clean. Nice view over the harbour and facing the sunset. Very enjoyable stay.
It was somewhat confusing to book a room through the Sportsman’s Inn, check in through Gus’ Pub, then locate the room itself over in the McNeill Inn....but staff were friendly, the room was clean and the bed was comfortable. A miscommunication left us without Wifi, but there was a coffee maker, microwave and bar fridge to round out the amenities - the views were a bonus!
We chose to stay at The Sportsman Inn after visiting Telegraph Cove and it was the best value/distance choice. We were a bit confused as the checking was to be done at the pub (not far from that) but it was alright (so you know). The only setback is that we booked a king size and we ended up with two beds. But we did not protest at the pub as we booked only one night. Anyway, it was clean and we got what we needed.
Despite of the last reviews we had a great time here! When we arrived I had some little problems to check in: Keys are in the pub close to the building, but as soon as I realized it, everything turned to OK. Room was big and clean, recently redecorated, and the bathroom was at least the double of a "regular" one... Breakfast was not included, anyway there is a little coffe shop in the shopping center close to the building. Port McNeill is a cosy town and the building is in front of the Harbour so you can wake up staring at the ocean and at the sea life. Really appreciated. The only negative point is that the bedroom has no windows, so lights comes directly from the entrance window, but it was not a big problem for us.