Huntley Guest House

Address: 55 Huntley Street, Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 2L2, Canada | B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHuntley Guest House Toronto

Reviewed by arcolvert


Reviewed Feb 6, 2015
by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

Our hotel in the Huntley is in the older part of the building and is a lot like a Super 8 standard room. 2 queen beds- comfy. Small bathroom. Mini mini fridge. Kruskas are in the new part- Shoshone. Note: We should stay there next time. Or just in the Summit cuz we really liked that.

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