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Making Waves Boatel
Toronto's only boat bed & breakast in the heart of downtown. June 1 to Sept 30
Listed 07/01/2011

 

By The Park Bed and Breakfast
Top 3-5% "The Best Places to Bed and Breakfast in Ontario"-inspected and reviewed by Janette Higgins.

 

312 Seaton B&B
Victorian home on a quiet tree lined street in downtown Toronto’s historical "Cabbagetown".
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Admiral St. George Bed & Breakfast
It is an excellent retreat from where to enjoy all of Toronto's downtown attractions.
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Anne's Sundown Bed & Breakfast
Located at the edge of 'Corso Italia' in the heart of Toronto
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B&B My Guest Bed and Breakfast
Located next to Toronto’s Beaches, Greektown on Danforth, and within easy reach of Downtown and Toronto Pearson Airport by public transit.
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Au Petit Paris
Come and experience a little bit of Paris in the heart of downtown Toronto. Parisian hosts. Parisian decor. Parisian breakfasts and plenty of welcoming Parisian hospitality.
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Castlegate Inn Bed & Breakfast
Tastefully furnished rental apartment-hotel suites; located in the heart of downtown-Toronto, only steps from beautiful Casa Loma, Toronto's only castle.
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Cabbagetown Rooms
Built in the late 1800s , this house is now our home and we invite you to make it yours during your stay in Historical Old Cabbagetown.
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Cottage in the City
A restored turn of the century home on a tree lined residential street located in the midst of the old city of Toronto. It is close to all means of transportation: subway, bus and streetcar. The Pearson International Airport is a scant 30 minutes away.
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213 Carlton- The Toronto Townehouse
Our properties are within walking distance of subways, Our original location at Carlton is near the Church Street Village, and quite close to Eaton Centre shopping, Theatres, Sporting Arenas, CN Tower, Galleries and so many other tourist attractions.
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1871 Historic House
At one of the city's oldest homes. The 1871 Historic House Bed & Breakfast hosts have maintained the lovely historic house's original graceful Victorian character with an elegant collection of antiques furniture & paintings.
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Banting House Inn - Toronto
Elegant Edwardian home offers luxurious respite from the hustle and bustle of Toronto.

 

Toronto Downtown Bed and Breakfast - Toronto
Shopping, theatre, gardens, art and history are within a short walk. Serves full breakfasts and complimentary snacks.

 

A Seaton Dream B&B - Toronto
Affordable downtown Toronto bed and breakfast accommodation.

 

Waldon House Bed and Breakfast - Toronto
Victorian house located within easy reach of all major events. Two double rooms with private bathrooms.

 

Albert Pimbletts Downtown Toronto B&B - Toronto
Located in the Cabbagetown neighbourhood in downtown Toronto. Refurbished with modern conveniences and comforts, and lists descriptions of guest rooms with pictures.

 

B&B My Guest Bed and Breakfast - Toronto
Bed and breakfast accommodations in a Victorian-era house, located between the Toronto Beaches and Greektown.

 

Lakeview Victorian Bed and Breakfast
Accommodations located in a safe residential neighbourhood in the entertainment and tourist area of downtown Toronto. Rates include full buffet breakfast, parking and internet access. (expires 01/15/06)

 

Ainsley House Bed and Breakfast in Toronto
At home accommodation in the heart of downtown Toronto, restored 'English Country House' in Rosedale, walking distance to tourist attractions. (expires 01/15/06)

 

Toronto Bed & Breakfast Lakefront Loft
This beautiful Toronto lakefront loft borders Lake Ontario, the Martin Goodman Trail, Colonel Samuel Smith Park, Lakeshore Yacht Club and is minutes from downtown.

 

 

About Toronto (Courtesy of Wikipedia)

Toronto's most famous landmark is the CN Tower, a 553 metres (1,815 ft) tall steel and concrete transmission tower and observation deck, the tallest free-standing land structure in the world. Directly west of it is the Rogers Centre (formerly SkyDome), the world's first sporting arena to feature a fully retractable roof. It is currently home to the Toronto Blue Jays and the Toronto Argonauts. Nearby, the Air Canada Centre is the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Toronto Raptors, and the Toronto Rock. It was originally built to replace the legendary Maple Leaf Gardens.

Toronto's City Hall is one of the city's most distinctive landmarks. Built to replace its predecessor — now known simply as Toronto's Old City Hall — its modernist style still impresses today. (It has been used as a backdrop in American films to depict a city of the future.) Directly in front of City Hall is Nathan Phillips Square, a public space that frequently houses concerts, art displays, a weekly farmers' market, and other public events. It is also the site of a reflecting pool that, during the winter, becomes a popular skating rink. Dundas Square, nearby, is the city's newest and flashiest public square, located across the street from the Toronto Eaton Centre, a large, popular shopping mall long enough to have TTC subway stops at both the northern and southern ends of the mall. Another popular shopping mall with subway access is Yorkdale, although this mall sits well outside of the city centre at the intersection of two highways, Allen Rd and the 401. Queen's Park, a historic scenic park and public space, surrounds Ontario's Legislative Assembly.

The Toronto Islands form part of the largest car-free urban community in North America. Accessible by ferry, "the Islands" include a public park and a children's amusement park, Centreville. The Islands are also home to the Toronto City Centre Airport. The city has several large forested urban parks, the best known being High Park to the west of downtown. The city is crisscrossed by a network of ravines that have remained almost wholly undeveloped. The Martin M. Goodman trail also traverses the entire lakeshore from one end of the city to the other, a section of this trail runs as a Boardwalk through the Beaches area, from Ashbridges Bay to Victoria Park Ave.

Other popular attractions include the St. Lawrence Market, Hockey Hall of Fame, the Panorama Lounge, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Ontario Science Centre, the Leslie Street Spit, the Toronto Zoo, Little Glenn, and the city's oldest cathedrals, the Roman Catholic St. Michael's Cathedral and the Anglican St. James' Cathedral, both on Church Street. The Distillery District is a collection of old and restored industrial buildings from the 19th century which now feature artworks and historical artifacts from Toronto early industrial past. Casa Loma, a castle overlooking downtown Toronto, is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions.

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