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My sister and I had a wonderful experience at this bed and breakfast. It's an historic house in a perfect location, close to transit, coffee shops and restaurants. We booked the Visser suite which has a full kitchen. Roberta was an excellent hostess and made...More
We recently stayed at the Annex Garden B&B and it was the best accommodation experience we have had in our many years and locations of travel. We were in the third floor Palmerston Suite which is a fully furnished apartment. It was spacious, comfortable and...More
This was a unique B&B in that we had our own full kitchen in the Visser Suite. We chose the option that did not include breakfast so we could have a light meal before we ventured out on our rented bicycles to explore Toronto....an amazingly...More
This is a wonderful place to stay. I feel sorry for the folks staying in corporative hotels. It's convenient, cozy, charming, full of history and very beautiful. You'll be a walking distance from Kensington Market, all the good restaurants from little Italy. My wife and...More
As a family we travelled to Toronto enroute to Havana. We stayed in the Annex Gardens B & B immediately. The room was absolutely stunning. The locality was close to the city and close to Little Italy that provided many good eateries.(not just Italian). Our...More
Toronto's Little Italy is a city hotspot for cafe culture and nightlife. There's something for everyone in Little Italy, apparent from the cross-section of clubbers in glitzy dresses, and elderly couples arm-in-arm heading to their favorite wine or pasta spot. Cafes spill onto the wide sidewalks, pool lounges and bars are always teeming with noise and activity, and both outdoor and indoor marketplaces are
packed with fresh fish, cured meats, and pungent cheeses. All of the activity makes it a perfect spot for people-watching, especially over a nice glass of red wine or a quick and sumptuous slice of pizza at one of the many eateries or trattorias in the area.