213 Carlton Toronto Townhouse

Address: 213 Carlton Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 2K9, Canada | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 213 Carlton Street, Toronto, is near Allan Gardens, Riverdale Farm, Cabbagetown, and Church Street.
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    Reviewed by ryldar

    An Overnighter

    Reviewed Sep 24, 2012
    by (1 review) Buffalo , United States Flag of United States

    As always, Tan manages to go out of his way to accomodate the wayfarers that visit. I can't say enough about how satisfied I always am with the accommodations. It's also a nice way to meet fellow travelers from around the world at breakfast prepared by Tan.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

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    Continental Breakfast Clarification

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    Hello all. We are the owners of this B&B. We'd like to clarify the review that mentions the lack of Continental breakfast. These guests were informed of our policy, just as all others are when they check in - We give guests the option of a complimentary Continental breakfast or an additional discount of $20 per night if they choose not to have breakfast. The reviewer in question took us up on the discount and therefore Continental breakfast was not provided. In the meantime these guests had tea and coffee twice a day at no charge. Thank you.

    Clinton Street

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    On our arrival we were most impressed; the location and the reception were first rate, and the Townhouse on Clinton Street proved to be the perfect base for a relaxing week away. Located just a minute from the Subway in the heart of the bustling and exciting Little Korea district, the Townhouse on Clinton Street gives its residents the opportunity to stay in a downtown location with a twist. Little Korea is full of character and charm, with restaurants and shops, and bars and small parks, the district is a real village within a city.

    Decorated and furnished in a modern contemporary style, the recently built house is a tranquil place to relax, complete with terrace at the back and every mod-con imaginable there really is nothing missing from the house.

    Our room was a large en-suite, complete with walk-in dressing-room, it was clean, newly decorated and perfectly furnished - the ideal getaway!

    Our hosts, Frank & Tan, were eager to share their experiences on the highlights of Toronto and the area, and at the end of the day it was enjoyable to be able to wind-down and chat with them about anything from Candian music to world travel.

    All in all, it was a great place to stay and it will certainly be on our itinerary again in the near future!

    Toronto Townhouse -- Annex

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    We stayed in the Annex townhouse for 6 days for our third visit to Toronto. The house is located in the "Annex" section of Toronto, which is not often mentioned in travel books/articles. The location is also known as "Little Korea." The house is located 1/2 block from Bloor and is new with bright modern furnishings. It is about 2 blocks from the "Christy" subway stop and about 10 blocks from the "Spandina" stop. We stayed in the Clinton suite and found it very nice and roomy. The floors are bare wood and, thus, the house can get noisy from three other suites (each room has a tv and radio, but no phone or internet connection). There was no breakfast other than coffee or tea which you make yourself. We were given the option of continental (no extra cost) or breakfast (extra cost), but there was no continental breakfast. We walked several blocks on Bloor to a "Second Cup." Frank and Tan are very friendly, helpful, and generous hosts.

    Great Stay in Toronto!

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    Where to start? First, the town of Toronto is wonderful, with a lot of things to do and to see. Very good time! Second, the accomodation in "Townhouse" is really good because of the place, clean and quiet, and the location itself, close to everything you're interested in. Third, but not last, Tan - the owner - is a very nice person and a great host. It was great to spend time chatting with him. We enjoyed the trip so much we went back the next week - and look forward to our next visit!

    A & C

    Pied-à-terre in Toronto.

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    Toronto-born but an expat for many years, I found the Townhouse to be eminently suitable - clean and comfortable accommodation, interesting area, good communications and, not least, the good host Tan.

    A Home Away From Home

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    The Toronto Townhouse B&B was absolutely wonderful. The room we stayed in was cute and quite cozy, and we couldn't have asked for a better host that Tan. He was always available to help with directions, give ideas on where to eat, or just to chat! He is a wonderful chef and we enjoyed breakfast each and every morning. He really made us feel at home. Just a few moments walk from the subway, the location is great too! I don't think I will ever stay anywhere else in Toronto than with Tan at the Toronto Townhouse Bed and Breakfast!!

    A great place to stay

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    Toronto Townhouse B&B is in the heart of Cabbagetown - a great place to stay in Toronto. Its quiet with lots of restaurants and parks and yet an easy distance to the subway and the heart of downtown Toronto. Tan keeps a wonderful house and made us feel very comfortable. He was very helpful with his recommendations and maps. And his breakfast was yummy.

    Wonderful Place

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    The Toronto Townhouse was a wonderful place to stay. The house is cozy and beautiful. Plus, its very close to the village district, the subway, and downtown. Tan, our host, was most gracious and helpful. Our room was just perfect and made us feel at home. We will definitely be making reservations there in the future.

    A Great B&B

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    We recently stayed at the Toronto Townehouse for our honeymoon. Tan, the host, was gracious and helpful. His breakfast was great; he served fruit and yogurt with great coffee and a choice of hot breakfast or bagel/croissant. He helped us arrange a tour of Niagara Falls which picked us up right at the front door. There are many restaurants within a few blocks of the B&B, and the subway is just a five to ten minute scenic walk past beautiful churches and a really nice park. (There is also normally a streetcar that goes by, but it is not running this summer (04).) Our room, the Upper Deck Suite, had a nice private deck for relaxing.

    I would recommend staying at the Toronto Townehouse to anyone visiting Toronto. Located in an elegantly restored older home, it was the perfect place for our honeymoon.

    Gay Pride Week Toronto

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    The Toronto Townhouse is my regular place to stay in Toronto. A delightful renovated Edwardian House conviniently located in Old Cabbage Town to access the Streetcar and the subway and a short walk to the Gay Village.

    Tan and Frank are excellent hosts and they make you feel at home, breakfast is included and excellent. I can only recommend The Toronto Townhouse, whether you are gay or straight, all are equally welcome.

    Eduardo Angeleri

    23 Crescent Road

    Brighton

    East Sussex

    United Kingdom

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