Not a place I would stay again. I never got a bit of sleep because workers came in late and decided to party next room, Paper thin walls.Tv on all night and no one to complain to as where you sign in is not located in same building. The place is old and in need of an upgrade.
The room was decent and clean but lacked air conditioning. Had to drive back to the other end of town to register and get a key. They could have told me this when i made the reservation the night before....other than that it was ok.
I was in Triton fir a wedding and needed a place to stay for a night. Tge room was ok, fairly large and ckean.no air conditioning but the windows faced aeay from the sun and had a veranda covering them. The restaurant section was a hundred feet away and had ok food. Get a confirmation number however if you reserve it because they lost mine, including my credit card info :( not good, apparently they just write it down in a book by the cash in the restaurant and somehow it got lost.
Our room in Fudge's Motel was all that we needed for a good nights' rest. The room offered cooking facilities, although we didn't use them for dinner. We made use of the available laundry facilities, which was a great advantage after being on the road for almost 2 weeks. We spent a comfortable night and made use of the kitchen facilities to make our own breakfast in the room. The only minor negative was that we were initially given the wrong room key, and walked in on our neighbours in the middle of their dinner.
Clean room with nice decor. It smelled a touch stale and, yes, as a previous reviewer noted, hte coffee maker was a little dirty. But no big deal. They have the regular motel rooms and also have the "efficiency units" with something more in the way of appliances such as stove tops and bigger fridges. But the cheaper units had everything that I need: fridge, micro, coffee maker, large table, good cable and internet and everything worked too. There was also a guest laundry room. The only reason I can't rate this motel 5 stars is because it was $85+tax for a single. But I've learned that is actually cheap for Newfoundland. But not in my book.