D&D's B&B

Address: 703 Av Laporte, Montreal, Quebec, H4C 1H5, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the St. Henri area of Montreal, is near Atwater Market, Marche Atwater, Le Village des Antiquaires, and Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews D&D's B&B Montreal

    House with Class


    My wife and I just returned from an Easter weekend in Montreal. We stayed 4 nights at the D&D B&B and we were both amazed at the great service and the level of comfort that both hosts gave us. The room was first class all the way in both decoration and comfort. The character house is a piece out of history, we both felt like it was our home away from home.The B&B is located within a 2 minute walk of the metro station and it ended up taking us no more than 20 minutes to travel to the other end of the city.Now for the food, the breakfasts are amazing to look at and eat. Dorothy is a talented cook and we were treated with great dishes like eggs benedict, apple crisp, smoked salmon omelets, and French toast with a cranberry apple sauce.You are choosing the best B&B in Montreal by staying at D&D's.Please feel free to e-mail me for anymore questions you may have.Cheers

    D&D's B&B is superb!


    D&D's B&B is a treasure. The rooms and accommodations were beautiful, clean and tasteful. The breakfasts were creative and delicious, and the hospitality was warm and friendly. David and Dorothy went out of their way to welcome us not only as guests but as friends. We would gladly recommend D&D's to anyone traveling to Montreal. We will certainly be returning soon!

    Five Star B&B with Six Star Service! Truly a Gem!!


    Being spoiled from a recent stay at the Omni Mont-Royal, I thought when I booked this B&B (exceptionally well-priced) that I would be stepping "down". Nothing could have been further from the truth. The European feel and personal touches throughout make this one of the most pleasant experiences in my wide travels. Dorothy is a gourmet cook and prepared exquisite breakfasts every morning. The smoked salmon omelet was garnished with creme fraiche and homemade pepper jelly, and accompanied by some of the most flavorful home fries and Canadian bacon I've ever had. I was almost embarrassed at the way Dorothy and David fussed over me - I felt like I had won the lottery.Perhaps that is a good analogy - winning the lottery of B&Bs in Montreal. I enjoyed the peace and quiet of the neighborhood setting and the feeling of warmth that permeated the atmosphere.In sum, reward yourself with the D&D experience. You will return often, as I plan to do.

    Rare Charm


    A charming place where you'll feel welcome. Dorothy and David are excellent hosts. We enjoyed the decor, gourmet breakfast, interesting conversations, and spotless room. We also appreciated the little extras, the chocolate and the homemade soaps.

    Ginette and Mike

    Urban Oasis


    D&D's B&B is one of those rare gems that is discovered by the lucky few who venture off of the beaten path in this vibrant cosmopolitan city.

    From your arrival right through to the last minute of your stay, you will find David and Dorothy the most friendly, welcoming and professional hosts anywhere. Their attention and thoughfulness to ensure your total comfort and relaxation is unparalleled.

    The old-world home and all rooms have been lovingly restored to surround the guests with casual elegance and cozy warmth. Dorothy's amazing gourmet breakfasts (highlight of every day) help to energize you throughout the day as you explore the numerous exciting places David recommends.

    We highly look foward to returning to D&D's .... our newfound home in Montreal !

    Some moments to cherish !


    Behind the red door of this old Greystone you will find one of the most charming B&B s of Montreal. All four bedrooms reflect the exquisite taste of the owners. After a long journey it is a real treat to dream away in the comfortable beds, to relax in one of the old fashioned baths, feeling the satin softness of the luxurious towels on its skin and enjoy a drink in the Guest kitchen or on the deck when the sun is out. The delicious home cooked breakfast is one of the highlights of a new day. And above all enjoy the warm hospitality of David the tall and gentle owner and his charming and adorable wife Dorothy. This B&B is simply a must and we sincerely hope to come back soon.

    People like family, a place like home


    This should be your choice for a place to stay and a city to visit.

    David and Dorothy are great hosts and have a nice place a walk away from an outdoor market, the subway and beautiful Montreal.

    What a Winner!


    Our welcome was evident from the first e_mail exchange. D&D's B&B surpassed any expectation we may have had. Sumptuous accommodation tastefully decorated and beautifully appointed. My wife and I unhesitatingly agree, after 3 months travel through the northern hemisphere, 4 days at D&D's B&B tops the list! Oh those breakfasts...

    Awesome Five Star B&B


    My wife and I stayed at D&D's B&B for three nights and had a great time. The B&B is in a great location to visit all the beautiful attractions of Montreal. The rooms were superb and the breakfasts were outstanding. More importantly Dorothy and David are great hosts that make you feel at home.

    First class, amazing B&B


    What an amazing place to stay, an elegant haven in the heart of the city. Everything was wonderful, from the decor, cleanliness & helpful hosts, to the varied & inspired breakfasts. Thank you so much for your hospitality, l look forward to returning in the very near future. Highly recommended - keep up the good work!Stella

    TripAdvisor Reviews D&D's B&B Montreal

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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