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Lovely house with relaxed atmosphere, in lovely area with just a five minutes walk to subway. Easy walk to Bata Shoe Museum and Royal Ontario Museum. Convenient to all amenities including Whole Foods. Staff are very friendly and inviting.
Definitely would stay again.
Classic Bed and Breakfast with old world charm. Bedroom was large and very comfortable. Located in high toned residential area convenient to the Museum and University of Toronto. Healthy breakfast with access to beautiful covered balcony. Best location close to subway systems which gave me...More
This is an old house. Not an elegant or refined establishment, just an old house, that needs lots of maintenance. It is run down and Tatty. In my room the curtains were frayed and the windows sashes peeling with paint and torn flyscreens. The room...More
We stayed here in the Tower Room for 4 nights - the longest 4 nights of my life!!
When we arrived I was not impressed by the outside appearance - very run down and no B & B sign. We could not get access at...More
Had a wonderful three night stay Sept. 2016
Stayed in the Twin room. The beds were comfortable and the shared bathroom was always available when needed. The breakfast was wonderful with a variety of pastry, eggs, yogurt, fruit, toast, cereal and oatmeal available. it was...More
Midtown is a dynamic part of Toronto with some of its most stylish high-rise residences and heritage buildings. The area sees busy shoppers with bag-laden arms balancing lattes in paper cups as they travel from one luxury brand to the next, taking advantage of the proximity of high-end shops. The reflecting pools, jogging trails, and nature treks of the Rosehill Revision are always a hub of outdoor activity, and
after a workout from either running or splurging, many take advantage of the spas and massage parlors Midtown has to offer. Away from the bakeries, boutiques, and glamorous old theaters of the district's center, locals use the weekend to embrace the more suburban feel of Midtown's parks, tennis courts, outdoor markets, and the manicured grounds of Casa Loma, while families indulge the area's state-of-the-art playground and learning facilities. Of course, no high-brow district is complete without a healthy counter-culture: Midtown boasts some of the wildest street art and full-wall graffiti of any neighborhood in Toronto.