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Great walking distance to shops, the Beach, playground, Kew Gardens, Eating, Bakeries and a pretty fun trolley ride down Queen Street. Super fast to downtown Toronto via the Gardner Expressway - 10 minutes tops. But with a one and a half year old there was...More
" the wonderland suite " the nightmare on waverly rd,
a smelly, dirty room awaited us,yes there was a public services strike on, so i went back outside and.......it was the room. cobwebs everywhere.the toilet was disgusting,all the furniture wanted setting fire to,it hadn't been...More
Made the mistake of booking here, when we got here and discovered how dirty & dusty it was, we asked for a refund. Enid absolutely refused, turned nasty, and made all sorts of accusations, This "sweet little old lady" is eccentric, picks up junk from...More
Recently I stayed at Beaches B&B for two nights. It was one of the more unsatisfactory places I've ever stayed. There were bugs flying around (in winter!) and even a bug in the honey jar at the breakfast table. The whole place is jam packed...More
Enchanting - this is a magical place.
I felt I had found a bit of England - ten minutes from the heart of Toronto. A stay at Enid's is like a visit to a small stately home. Charming, slightly eccentric treasure-filled rooms, delightful table talk,...More
The East End is an eclectic amalgamation of areas that team up to make this district one of the most multi-faceted and alluring. Home to Toronto's LGBT community hub, Gay Village is alive and pumping day or night with friendly bars, nightclubs, and cafes – its thumb is on the pulse of excitement. For a more relaxed day, the East End has the largest collection of restored Victorian homes, and its stately streets,
tree-lined and bursting at the seams with affluence, often sport farmers markets and street artists, epitomized by the effusive St. Lawrence Market. One of the most gorgeous of Toronto's neighborhoods, it also straddles Lake Ontario in an area called The Beach, where you'll find folks cycling and strolling along the sandy shorelines, getting some sun or enjoying shopping, dining, and pub options. For some fabulous food, the vivacious personalities running the restaurants in the East End's Greektown is only equaled by the fun and authenticity of the street stalls and restaurants at its expansive Indian Bazaar. 'Something for everyone' has never been so accurate.