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Comfortable and well located old house. The house is really old and this is its charm. Breakfast is excellent and localization is very good! Rooms are difeferent and depends on the availability. I was lucky to get superior room, one floor just for me.
We stayed here twice on our recent 30 day trip to Canada, once at the beginning, and again at the end.
We have now stayed here three times.
The house is charming, there is now a guest area where you can make a drink, or...More
We picked Pimblett's because it looked very quirky and we were not disappointed. The décor is delightfully random and seriously old school - I'd say most certainly circa 1970s. The owner met us at the property and was absolutely lovely.
We were right at the...More
The room that we stayed in did not look like the ones in the photos. No windows. No air. The owner had all his old furniture plus 4 wall clocks plus 800 books stuffed in our room. My husband and I couldn't move at the...More
Weeks ago I booked to a 4 night stay here over the Canada Day Weekend, only for them to cancel my reservation ON THE DAY of check-in!!! I have tried to get in contact with the hotel them to ask why, but they won't reply....More
Response from sp00kyt00, Owner at Pimblett's Downtown Toronto B&BResponded 30 June 2017
we are sorry not to have been able to accommodate the guest. I allocate two rooms per day to Booking.com. Unfortunately they over booked the 28th. of June by two extra rooms. This is very unusual for booking.com and there must have been a glitch...More
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