Howard Johnson Inn Woodstock

Address: 159 Route 555, Woodstock, New Brunswick, E7M 6B5, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 159 Route 555, Woodstock.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsHoward Johnson Inn Woodstock

          Reviewed by tvordlj

          Good for a stopover

          Reviewed Sep 1, 2014
          by (9 reviews) Halifax Regional Municipality , Canada Flag of Canada

          The Howard Johnson is right on the Trans Canada highway, very close to the Houlton, Maine border crossing. It's a functional motel, comes with a minimal but functional breakfast. There is a pool in the main building but we didn't use it. The rooms had free wifi which worked great as did the air conditioning. The furniture and decor was dated but clean and the bed was comfortable. It's fine for a stopover which is what most people are looking for here.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Howard Johnson Inn Woodstock

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          A travel blog entry by tvordlj on Sep 01, 2014

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          We decided to go on a road trip to New England and were planning to head to Salem, MA. We thought that if we drove up to New Brunswick to Woodstock and crossed the border at Houlton and drove down the I95 to get there, it would be faster than to go via the old Route 1 and Bangor. It might have been faster, but it was a kind of a boring drive really …


          A travel blog entry by eastcoast2015 on Aug 08, 2015

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          A travel blog entry by azcook on Sep 25, 2014

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          ... figured that it may not be the best when Ted went in at 8:45 am and they had not sold a single thing yet and had to go to the back to get change for the 4 croissants he bought. They just didn't look like they had risen like they should have. They tasted okay but were not great. We had yogurt and fruit as well and then headed back to Walmart to get eggs, and a foam piece for Sheree's side of the bed where the crevice is getting deeper each ...