Morris Stampede Inn

Address: 400 Main Street South, Morris, Manitoba, R0G 1K0, Canada | 1 star hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMorris Stampede Inn

Reviewed by craftyannie

Limited choices but OK nonetheless

Reviewed Dec 31, 2015
by (14 reviews) Courtenay , Canada Flag of Canada

One small town, two old motels, one hotel. What are you going to do? And they have no option to book on line. The building is old enough to be showing its age with chipped paint and dented walls here and there. However, or room and bathroom were clean and in good condition. The staff was very kind about supplying more towels for us - five people in a suite, of course we need more towels - and although the desk staff seemed a bit standoffish at first they proved friendly whenever we had cause to interact with them.

The free continental breakfast was completely typical of a hotel of this caliber. We stayed for
five nights since we were in town for a family event. Under similar circumstances I would stay here again.

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New Years Day at my other home...almost

A travel blog entry by craftyannie on Jan 01, 2016

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In Winnipeg we had already booked a rental car so no one had to send two vehicles out to pick us all up. We'd also booked a suite in the Stampede Inn in Morris. Morris has two motels, both very old, or this one hotel so our choices were limited that way. The booking of that hotel room was a bit interesting in itself. Since both Kathy and Ric didn't …

Packing Light

A travel blog entry by wheretotomorrow on Aug 23, 2015

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... same pair of pants for three weeks and haven't washed them once (#singlelife #dirtygirl). I am proud to say that I am a light packer. It says alot about a person I think. When I see someone with a light pack, I think, "ah yes, now THat is an easy-going, relaxed, and well-organized motha hucka" and they are probably thinking "daayyyyymm, this lightweight backpack makes me feel like a ninja traveler. Heeya!!! ...

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A travel blog entry by henandpen on Aug 18, 2015

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A travel blog entry by ljjohnson on Aug 08, 2015

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A travel blog entry by vnowlan on Jul 03, 2015

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