The Albatross Motel – Wasaga Beach

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I had the pleasure of staying here the weekend of June 14-17, 2018

We were in town for a motorcycle rally Burrbilly Girls 2018 and stayed here.

Rooms and area outside – were so clean. There are window air-conditions and seeing as we were there on a very hot weekend they were working overtime. Rooms were cool and easy for sleeping. There are many propane BBQ’s around the motel so if you don’t want to eat out all the time grab some groceries (there are bar sized fridges in the rooms) and you’ll be good to go.

Pool – is salt water and again it was spotless. There are plenty of areas around the fenced pool to enjoy a cocktail so it’s easy to cool off and then enjoy your beverage.

Parking – is plentiful and very easy to navigate. If you’re on a bike and forget a puck just ask and they’ll happily supply one for you.

Check in and out was easy and no issues.

Walkability – we walked everywhere. There is a Tim Hortons, other restaurants and Walmart less than 5 mins away (no coffee in rooms). The beach was 5 minutes the other way. LLCBO and Beer Store were a 10 minutes.

This will be our first pick on return visits to Wasaga Beach.

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I forgot to take pictures of the inside of our room but it really was identical to what’s on their website.

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I grew up in small town Ontario so of course there were a couple of motorcycles in the drive house. The only problem was that I didn’t ride them I was only a passenger.

It wasn’t until I met me husband, Andy, that I spent any real time on a bike. We had a bike (Yamaha XJ750) before the kids arrived. However, after the kids came along we just didn’t have time to ride anymore so we sold it. There’s nothing worse than a bike sitting around and not being ridden!

Fast forward twenty years and we were once again cruising around on two wheels. Almost five years later and the only thing that’s changed is I now ride my own bike. If only I had understood how awesome it was to ride my own bike I would have done this years ago.

Cheers,
CL

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I grew up in small town Ontario so of course there were a couple of motorcycles in the drive house. The only problem was that I didn't ride them I was only a passenger. It wasn't until I met me husband, Andy, that I spent any real time on a bike. We had a bike (Yamaha XJ750) before the kids arrived. However, after the kids came along we just didn't have time to ride anymore so we sold it. There's nothing worse than a bike sitting around and not being ridden! Fast forward twenty years and we were once again cruising around on two wheels. Almost five years later and the only thing that's changed is I now ride my own bike. If only I had understood how awesome it was to ride my own bike I would have done this years ago. Cheers, CL

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