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Newsroom Suites
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Reviewed 19 August 2014

We stayed for two nights in suite #3 which was one the main floor. It was a great room, very clean, large bathroom, king bed with a very comfortable mattress and the small fridge and eating area was handy. Located next to a grocery store and across the street from East & Main and Pomodero, you can park your car for the night!

We paid $210/night through www.booking.com. A little pricey but that seems to be the average for the county, the only difference being you often get breakfast with an Inn or B&B. Having said that, we thought it was worth it for the convenience and the quality.

  • Stayed: August 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Ruttegger
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Reviewed 11 June 2014

I love staying at the Newsroom Suites. I return every year and always have had a wonderful stay. They are so accommodating and friendly and we always enjoy our time there. The beds are so comfortable and I love the hand crafted local soaps!

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled on business
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2  Thank YYZWineGirl
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Reviewed 23 May 2014

We stayed for two nights in suite one. The purpose of our trip was to visit people who live in nearby Belleville. My overall rating takes into account the room and service in relation to the price. Our suite was expensive: $195 per night. For comparison purposes, we have stayed several times in Belleville's Fairfield Inn & Suites (a Marriott hotel). An Extended King Suite currently is $154 per night. Keep in mind that the the Fairfield is located by a freeway in a strip mall environment. The Newsroom is in the semi-quaint village of Wellington on the shore of Lake Ontario. Wellington is in the heart of Prince Edward County near wineries and other attractions; Belleville is on the edge of the county. From the Newsroom, one can easily walk around the quiet village, including a stroll along the Lake Ontario shore. From the Fairfield, one would think twice about walking anywhere except to one's car. What are some other differences? Breakfast is included in the Fairfield's rate; breakfast is not available at the Newsroom. Daily housekeeping service is provided at the Fairfield; no housekeeping service was provided at the Newsroom during our stay. Parking is available at the Fairfield. At the Newsroom, we had to park on the street one night -- not a big problem but something to keep in mind. Is it worth an extra $40 per night plus the cost of breakfast to stay at the Newsroom rather than at the Fairfield? Perhaps, depending on the experience one is seeking.Turning now to our room. As others have noted, the exterior of the Newsroom is shabby. However, as others have also noted, our suite was tasteful and clean. The suites are located above the local newspaper's offices; they face the main street. We were there on the weekend so there was no noise from the offices. Street noise was minimal at the time of our visit in May. We noted a couple of oddities. First, there is no mirror in the bedroom. (The only mirror is in the bathroom.) Second, there is no coffee table in the sitting area (which is a separate room). The suite includes a very small table in the kitchen area. The suite was in good repair although one of the pot lights in the sitting area did not work. Still can't decide between the Fairfield and the Newsroom? The Fairfield has a swimming pool -- but hang on, the Newsroom comes with beach towels and you can wander down to the beach and swim in a big lake. The Fairfield has fancy coffee makers in its suites -- but hang on again, the Newsroom suite has a french press, coffee beans and a grinder. It all comes down to your tipping point.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank BushPiggy
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Reviewed 6 May 2014

My husband and I spent six nights at this lovely property, in town for a season-ending hockey championship. Everything about our King Suite (#3) was perfect for a longer stay, with the kitchenette being fully equipped for convenience. The owners, Kathleen and Rick, have taken great strides to ensure a fabulous stay. We were spoiled silly with the luxurious Turkish towels and the French Press coffee maker. We enjoyed the quietness of the suite even though it faced the street. The convenience two of the best restaurants in town being right across the street was an added bonus, as well as the grocery store being next door. Visiting Prince Edward County was our first and we can only hope it won't be our last, and if we are lucky enough to return we will definitely stay at the Newsroom Suites. Thank you Kathleen and Rick.

Room Tip: We loved Suite #3 as it was on the ground floor, no stairs to climb with our luggage.
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank sgtim
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Reviewed 20 April 2014

Stayed again in the King Suite at Newsroom Suites and like previous visits enjoyed the stay immensely. Room comes equipped with a nice kitchenette, fresh coffee beans with milk and cream in the fridge, a very comfortable King size bed and nicely finished bathroom. Nice location for visits to the wineries and just across the street from two fine restaurants, Pomodorra, and East and Main. Grace was very welcoming when we arrived. All and all another great weekend in PEC, with a visit to Slickers in Bloomfield for unbelieveable ice cream. We will be back in the summer again as it is a great getaway weekend within easy distance from Ottawa. Thanks again Newsroom Suites!

  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank BobfromOttawa
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