St Lawrence College Residence

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2 Belmont Street, Cornwall, Ontario, Canada, K6H 4Z1
Telephone
613-933-6086
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The St. Lawrence College Residence, Cornwall Campus, offers a variety of comfortable single rooms. Rain or shine, you can enjoy the beauty of the St. Lawrence from the river bank or from the fireplace lounge with wall to wall windows. Many rooms also have a river view. For joggers and cyclists, the 75km bike path from Lancaster to Morrisburg passes right through the residence lot. Parking is free for overnight guests.
Double Occupancy (2 private single rooms share 1 bathroom) $58.00.
Single Occupancy (1 private single room with private bathroom)
For more information:
Cornwallguestservices@sl.on.ca
Tel: 613-933-6086
Virtual tours of our residence rooms may be viewed at www.stlawrencecollege.ca

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