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Close to TTC subway station, quiet and safe neighborhood. On-site parking. Close to ROM and Kensington Market. Clean, modest rooms w/mini-fridge and microwave. No frills, but a great value. Hosts were gracious and friendly.
My family and I came across this guesthouse last year and we love it. It is very comfortable and home like. The owners are so friendly and nice and the location is the best, right next to the subway. We would def. recommend.
I stayed at a room in the 1st floor, next to the door to the street and it was very hard to sleep there, since I could hear people coming in and out of the guest house late in the night. Stair make an infernal...More
I spent 4 nights at the place. I had a conference at the the Education Department of Toronto University and it was just a 5-minute walk from the Guesthouse. I stayed in the single bedroom with shared bathroom. The bedroom is quite small but it's...More
We had a nice stay, though it is a humble place. The room was quite small, but clean. And the subway next door made it easy to get around. The staff we met was very friendly and helpfull.
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US$70 - US$97 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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