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We were so pleased with Holly and Lee's hospitality that we would certainly return to IndexG whenever we travel to Toronto.
The rooms were neat and clean, and adequate for our stay, and we stayed 4 nights. Brenlee Werner on behalf of the whole family.
Last summer, my husband and I spent our anniversary in Toronto.
On our honeymoon the year before, we were planning to spend our last 2 nights at IndexG. Due to an accident while camping, where my husband suffered 1st and 2nd degree burns, we were...More
Tucked up on Gladstone just north of the Gladstone Hotel, in Toronto's hip Queen West neighbourhood, Indexg B&B is reasonably priced, comfy and impeccably clean. Holly and Lee couldn't be better hosts, and the art gallery downstairs lends the upstairs accommodations the feel of an...More
Our friends recommended IndexGB&B and we are so happy we were able to get a room. Gracious hosts and a lovely space. The art gallery and shop, which is also your breakfast room, is wonderful and a beautiful way to start your morning. And I...More
Holly and Lee provide a peaceful refuge in the heart of the city. They are very thoughtful inn keepers - breakfast is surrounded by art of all kinds and, often, there are interesting guests who choose to stay in this unique setting as well. This...More
The go-to area for new business start-ups, the spry and creative persona of the West End thrives along its streets. Its independent boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and shops offer brands that can't be found elsewhere. Buildings with ground floor consumer spaces sport up-top artist's lofts, and the West End attracts artists, designers, and fashion industry professionals to its living quarters. It is in the
cross-hairs of gentrification, but still resisting it with ironic relish. Hot deals can still be found here on furniture and knick-knacks,. Its call to culinary glory is in its well-priced homemade Polish food, hosting Toronto's go-to spots for hot pierogis and cold borscht. High Park, the largest green space in the city, is a place for dreamers and poets to wander and rest, not to mention a number of energetic actors staging outdoor plays in the summertime.