Heading to visit family and arriving early...came from Jersey City and happy to find something close. Easy check in...nice room...bit small but clean, good bed and nice shower! Like the fact that the staff was so helpful! Renovations are in progress but did not impact our stay at all! .
A bunch of us (4 couples) decided to avoid the long drive home after seeing a play in Stratford and made reservations at the Swan Motel and couldn't have been happier. Rooms are comfortable with everything you need and so clean! Will definitely be our "go to" when we plan our next visit.
This is your basic old style motel. Family run or appears to be. It is just a little outside of Stratford but well located to get to the Theater venues but definitely too far to walk. Rooms are basic queen two beds with a small fridge. It was very busy guests going to the theater but we were not at all bothered by noise. If you don't mean the 5 minute drive it is a good opinion when visiting in Stratford. They offer muffins and coffee at breakfast but we preferred to getting a full breakfast close by. As we visited in late September we can't comment on the pool but the grounds were very well maintained and the flowers beautiful.
Thanks to friends of ours who have stayed at The Swan Motel in the past, we were guided to this motel for our two-day stay in Stratford. The place is first-rate. The room we had, with two comfortable queen beds, was large and airy and so very clean. The motel is basic but still provides a coffee maker and all the amenities one needs on the road. In addition, there is coffee and excellent muffins available from 8:00. The owners are pleasant and, contrary to most places, only take payment as you leave. The only drawback for a first-time visitor is finding it as it is not conspicuous from the road even though there are clear signs. I suggest checking it out on Google (as we did) and it is quite easy from that point. Overall a wonderful experience worth repeating
It is a motel, one-story, L-shaped, with a front office serving muffins and coffee or tea in the morning, and cars parked in front of each room. It reminded me of the motels of my youth, and I loved it. The rooms are clean and look out on a garden which lies alongside the swimming pool. The proprietess (sorry I don't remember her name) is charming, and extremely knowledgeable about the Shakespeare Festival theatre performances (I wish I had talked to her about them over the phone when I called to make the reservation). Altogether a charming throwback. I will stay there again on my next visit.