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McGill Inn B&B is just of Church St and just South of College. Rooms have a lovely cosy feel and lovely decor to match the style of the house.The B&B room rates are very reasonable. Breakfast, in the quaint basement kitchen, is self serve but...More
This place is super! There is a lot to eat in the self served breakfast (cereals, bagels, bread and jam, fresh fruits, pastries) . It's well situated (close to the Eaton Center). It's super clean and the owner is very nice and helpful! Great price...More
I spent a little over a week at this out-of-the-way bed and breakfast. Even though it is off the beaten path, it is located within one block of the trolley, and two blocks of the subway. Easy walking distance.
My host was very friendly, and...More
Quiet and comfortable, good value for Toronto, and in a good location. Breakfast is not made-to-order B&B style, but serve yourself, although a cut above the usual highway hotel continental breakfast. WiFi throughout is a plus. Reasonable parking in a garage a couple of blocks...More
I stayed at the McGill Inn this August. I was looking for something reasonably priced and in a good location. I had previously booked into a hostel, but after reading the bad reviews, I didn't feel it would be very safe!
I was spending the...More
US$85 - US$112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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