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We stayed with Elizabeth for two nights in Sept 2017.
Elizabeth is a friendly, gracious and helpful host.
It was a pleasure and privilege staying in her home.
Her location in the Junction District of historic Toronto is great.
We felt completely safe walking to...More
My wife and I stayed in the downstairs room with private bath for two nights. We felt very comfortable. The owner, Elizabeth, gave us a thorough orientation upon arrival and showed us how to reach her if needed. She was available but never intrusive. We...More
This B&B is an early 1920's house that is beautifully maintained and decorated with wonderful antiques. Elizabeth is our host and is a very friendly, welcoming and gracious woman. Breakfast was french toast with fresh fruit and maple syrup... delicious! A very comfortable place to...More
This is a great B&B in the High Park North area of Toronto. Location wise it is 10 minutes walk from the subway and the park in one direction and 10 minutes walk to the Junction area in the other direction which has a good...More
The house is a gorgeous 1920s era house that is beautifully maintained by Elizabeth. The rooms are complemented with antique furniture and the staircase and breakfast area is complimented with beautiful paintings. It's a two block walk to the nearest metro station (about a 7...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.