The Cottage is an intimate up-scale downtown accommodation built during the last century and totally restored. We have two intimate rooms each furnished with early Canadian antiques. Guests occupy the second floor which includes a common room with artifacts and original artwork. Relax in our soaker claw-foot tub. Escape to the front porch in white wicker chairs with a morning coffee. Breakfast is superb. Natural fruits and vegetables create the basis for our menus which will beckon you to the breakfast table set with English bone china, silver, and cloth napkins. The dining room features an art deco chandelier, polished wood floor and stained glass window.
4.4 on June 19, 2014
Recently stayed at Cottage in the City for six nights. Ron and Mardelle were excellent hosts and made our stay very enjoyable and comfortable! We were made to feel completely at home. The service was second to none. Breakfast every day was excellent. Ron and Mardelle are both very friendly and helpful. The location is very nice...quiet and close to all amenities. Would definitely stay again.
4.2 on June 19, 2014
I recently stayed in Toronto for a 6 day training program, I was recommended Cottage in the City by the facilitator of the training. Ron and Mardelle were excellent hosts, they made us feel completely at home, were friendly knowledgeable and helpful. The food each morning was fresh and abundant and the coffee superb. The B & B is in a lovely quiet neighborhood walking distance to shopping, restaurants and grocery stores. It truly was a Home away from Home.
5 on March 05, 2013
We recently had a two night stay in the Cottage in the City. It was so charming and very clean. Our room was spacious and beautiful, and the breakfasts were outstanding. Our hosts were very friendly and went out of their way to find us interesting attractions and good restaurants. The next time we visit Toronto we will definitely be staying at the Cottage in the City.
4.2 on July 20, 2010
We enjoyed our stay in this lovely house - near to the centre of town, but in a peaceful area with plenty of shops and restaurants. The room was small, but perfectly formed, with antique furniture and a good sized bathroom next door. The homecooked breakfasts were great and Ron and Mardelle were excellent hosts. We would definitely stay here again.
4.0 on July 08, 2010
We had a great stay in Toronto at Cottage in the City. We loved the easy access to subway and the serenity of the neighborhood.Yummy breakfasts and even considered my allergy to gluten products. Worth a visit: Melissa and Donnie
Toronto, ON, Canada (YYZ-Pearson) 18 miles
By public transit or cab. More information upon confirmation of arrival.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Casa Loma, Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto attractions, Honest Ed's shopping emporium, Shopping, Spadina House, Performing Theater, Religious Services, Winery, Zoo
Air conditioning, Desk, Library, Telephone , Links to Niagara Falls service, Attraction brochures, Toronto reading material, Downtown map
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Turndown Service
Tarragon Theatre, Nature trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Mardelle and Ron Kish
Ron is a retired television journalist with an intimate knowledge of the city and national politics, if you are so interested! Mardy is a former special events planner with a flair for cooking and making our guests feel "at home".
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Wheat/dairy-free
Cottage Country Breakfast
The season dictates our breakfast menus. Winter mornings with steaming oatmeal, cinnamon pancakes, or pumpkin waffles. Spring and summer brings fresh fruits and vegetables to the table in strawberry crepes with fresh creme sauce, buttermilk blueberry pancakes with berries, or omelettes with spinach and home-grown tomatoes. The fall is apple time at the cottage with fresh picked Ontario apples baked and carmelized to complement crisp french toast.