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My first stay in Toronto, and the location was just right--in a quiet spot between Queen and King on the far west end. We had a warm welcome at the Bonnevue from Glenn, who thoroughly oriented us to the neighborhood, complete with the great tip...More
After arriving from an International flight, tired and frustrated, what better way could one relax than to be welcomed by Glen into this amazing 19th century B&B, his charm and friendliness helped overcome the rigours of travel. What a delight, and oh so much better...More
We had the top room, one of 3 i think and it was lovely! Not large but had everything we needed. The owner was really helpful when we arrived and gave us loads of information about how to get into the city and where to...More
This B&B is located in west Toronto between Queen and King street. The streetcar will take you into town in half an hour. The place feels like home and is a bit quaint - in a very nice way. Rooms are spacious and breakfast is...More
Glenn was a fantastic host. Very warm welcome.
Best gourmet breakfast but should be served earlier than 8:30... Complainers do not bother, this is a 1891 house located on a very nice street. No TV in rooms but what an atmosphere.
Lots of Tibetan restaurants...More
US$125 - US$219 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.