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MCC Deer Trail Guest House

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31107 Deertrail Ave, Abbotsford, British Columbia V2T 5J6 Canada
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#1 of 9 B&Bs / Inns in Abbotsford
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The MCC Deer Trail Guest House provides comfortable, short term lodging for anyone who needs a relaxing and affordable place to stay in Abbotsford. We can accommodate up to 8 guests in three individual bedrooms or in a whole house rental. A self-serve continental breakfast is provided, and a fully equipped kitchen is available for you to prepare additional meals. You can also enjoy access to a family room, dining room, laundry facilities, wireless internet, and cable television allowing you the space and the amenities you need for an enjoyable stay. We are located in the heart of the beautiful Fraser Valley in a peaceful, quiet neighborhood in west Abbotsford near the Abbotsford International Airport (YXX) & Tradex, parks, walking trails, and just minutes from downtown Abbotsford. Whether you are coming to Abbotsford for a relaxing retreat to escape, for business purposes, to visit family and friends, or are searching for an exciting and fun place to vacation, this is the place for you!
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Non-smoking hotel
Self-serve laundry
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lamom72 wrote a review Apr 2016
Leduc Alberta5 contributions1 helpful vote
The hosts were very friendly. Our room was small but sufficient, with a single bed and a bunk bed large enough for adults to fit in. The bathroom was clean and well-stocked with towels, soap and shampoo. The kitchen was very clean and had a selection of coffees and teas, cereals and oatmeal, seasonings, as well as a fridge stocked with everything needed for a nice breakfast (eggs, milk, butter, margarine, waffles, bread). A door from the kitchen lead to a green backyard with a bbq and a view of an old dairy farm. There was a wide selection of travel information available, a shelf full of board games, fireplace, TV, telephone. It was a very quiet property, well located and easy to find and the price was very reasonable. I would definitely stay there again!
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Date of stay: April 2016
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Yvonne C wrote a review Nov 2015
Vancouver, Canada15 contributions10 helpful votes
A little bit out of the way, which could be good if you have a car. Particularly as parking is no problem. I found the room comfortable, clean, on the top of a hill so my room had a good view, the mountains in the distance and farm land around, even if it is in the suburbs. Outside has a bar-be-que, deck, front and back. Lots of kitchen space to make meals, living room, dining room, sitting room with a fireplace. A small table and chairs to have afternoon tea/coffee overlooking the garden. None of the furnishing have a 'well used' look, everything looks brand new. I'll be back.
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Date of stay: October 2015
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DavidandMarsha wrote a review Sep 2015
Manila, Philippines66 contributions73 helpful votes
Normally I would not write a third review of an establishment but this was an exceptional visit as the hosts have changed. I reiterate that I have no connections with this guest house, run by the Mennonites, and I am not a Mennonite: I just like it there. For a report of this place, please see my reviews dated Dec 4 2012, Mar 7 2013, details of which remain the same, apart from a few minor decorative additions, and my high recommendation remains unaltered. The big change is that Joanne and ‘Apples’ Arnold Hildebrand have taken over as the hosts and their winning style is friendly, ‘hands on’, welcoming and trying to make the stay home away from home. I was staying with my wife and two sons, the youngest on his way to university, the oldest finishing university and we were visiting from overseas. The oldest had accumulated 18 cardboard boxes full of various bits and pieces over several years at his university and we had deliberately booked the largest room (Golden Ears Suite) for my wife and I. Joanne and Arnold were very understanding (once they had recovered from their shock when I told them about the 18 boxes!) and we just about managed to sort everything out without getting in the way of other guests, which would have been difficult without their willing co-operation, including use of their garage. Joanne and Arnold agreed to deliver what we could not use to the local Mennonites charity (after checking it all themselves) which benefited all as it saved us a great deal of time and effort doing it ourselves. Arnold even attempted to teach my youngest some American football. We tried their barbecue outside for the first time and it works well. One of the other guests told me that he and his wife were staying there for the first time and would be returning, as they much appreciated what was offered, especially for the price, and the hosts. Arnold and Joanne sent us a very chatty note after we left, it was a pleasure meeting them and I wish them and their guest house all the best in the future.
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Date of stay: September 2015
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Sam_from_Canada wrote a review Aug 2015
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Excellent value for a place to hunker down. The staff were nice. As others have commented, there's not a lot to do close by, so I'd recommend bringing your own vehicle (or renting one) if you're not big on walking or taxi rides. Breakfast was "prepare your own" with everything provided. Like a home away from home.
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Date of stay: June 2015Trip type: Travelled on business
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doll40 wrote a review Jul 2015
Newcastle, Canada33 contributions14 helpful votes
MCC Deer Trail Guest House is a haven in Abbotsford!! It's like being in your own home! We recently stayed there for the second time and when we arrived everything was supplied for us!! Clean towels, comfortable beds and food in the refrigerator!! It's a home away from home!! And so quiet!! We love it!!
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Date of stay: July 2015
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Room Tip: We like the Golden Ears Suite!!
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Frequently Asked Questions about MCC Deer Trail Guest House
Which popular attractions are close to MCC Deer Trail Guest House?
Nearby attractions include Townline Hill Park (0.6 km) and Kalgidhar Park (0.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at MCC Deer Trail Guest House?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at MCC Deer Trail Guest House?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a fireplace.
What food & drink options are available at MCC Deer Trail Guest House?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at MCC Deer Trail Guest House?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to MCC Deer Trail Guest House?
Conveniently located restaurants include SippChai Cafe, Barcelos Flame Grilled Chicken, and Solo Cafe and Fast Food.
Are there any historical sites close to MCC Deer Trail Guest House?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Clayburn Village (7.7 km) and Abbotsford Gur Sikh Temple (4.2 km).