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My family and l have just spent 3nights for my nephews wedding at the Smileys B&B at
4 Dacotah Av,Toronto,On, M5J 2E5 on Torontos islands. 416.203.8599
We were 5 people and the suite at the back of the Smiley residence only takes four people or...More
The room is comfortable and decorated with beautiful photos of snowy landscapes.
It's quiet and cosy. The house is surrounded by trees and it's nice to hear all the birds singing.
David and Ellen are very helpful. We had a great breakfast with yoghurt that...More
Tranquility and peace away from the hustle and bustle. This B&B/Studio is a 15minute stroll from the ferry through lovely trees. David and Ellen are helpful hosts and David will not only meet you from the ferry with your luggage but he will also lend...More
We had a relaxing time at the Smileys' place. The small apt. in the back was perfect for us traveling with our son. David makes delicious bread and yogurt and stocks the frig. and pantry so you can cook as much as you want. They...More
US$59 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Smiley's B&B Toronto, Ontario
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