We are located in the heart of downtown Toronto. Within a walking distance to Dundas Square, Yonge Street, Eaton Center, The Church Street Gay Village,St. Michael’s Hospital, St. Lawrence Market, The historic Distillery District, Cork town, Cabbage town, Roy Thompson Hall, Elgin Theater, York ville, Air Canada Center, CN Tower, Rogers Center, University of Toronto, Ryerson University, the Financial District, Royal Ontario Museum, and the Art Gallery of Ontario, Metro Convention Center, Water Front. Toronto’s fine restaurants, cafes, clubs and bars are within walking distance or few minutes away by public transit which is steps away from. Toronto Garden Inn Bed and Breakfast is a two and a half story Victorian townhouse built in the 1890's. The historic character of the home is enhanced with antique furniture and decor. We have 6 guest rooms, a large guest lounge, kitchen/dining room and a garden deck which are all available for the enjoyment of our guests. We provide an all you can enjoy Continental & Mediterranean breakfast, high speed wireless internet, guest computer with internet, 24 hour free hot and cold beverages & snacks, central A/C and cable TV and a phone line for free local calls.
One of the largest room and is on the main floor, furnished with an alarm-radio clock, big screen cable TV, wardrobe, nightstands, DVD player, king size bed or twin beds as a sofa which also can be used as double bed for a third person
Nightly Rate: $0 - $85
A cozy, bright room for 2 people with a queen size bed, alarm-radio clock, closet, nightstands and cable TV. And it's on the second floor middle, overlooking the back yard garden.
Nightly Rate: $0 - $68
A spacious room located on the second floor middle, with a queen size bed, alarm-radio clock, cable TV, DVD player, closet, nightstands, mirror & vanity and an arm chair.
Nightly Rate: $0 - $75
Our largest room is situated on the third floor, suitable for maximum 3 people by placing a futon and is furnished with king size bed which can also be used as twins, a love-seat, an arm chair, wardrobe, mirror & vanity, nightstands, alarm-radio clock, big screen cable TV, DVD player and a portable A/C. It also has the privilege of a sunny private deck with table and chairs.
Nightly Rate: $0 - $89
3.6 on August 01, 2011
Toronto Garden Inn is a very cute homey quaint place to stay while in Toronto. Ergin the host is a very nice guy, very accommodating and while there are only 2 bathrooms for a max of around 14 people in the house, if you don't mind waiting a few minutes for the loo from time to time, it is really a charming place to stay for a good price. There is kitchen access and a fridge full of food available 24-7 and it is fun to cook your own eggs in the morning and sit around the big kitchen table and get to know your fellow inn-mates.
3.6 on June 17, 2009
Just stayed four nights at the Toronto Garden Inn and felt well looked after by the helpful friendly hosts Ergin and Unal. Great location in Cabbagetown with lots of interesting Victorian architecture in a leafy, quiet street and easy access to downtown. Affordable (shared bathrooms) but they were spotless and my room was comfortable. Most important, the place had a great atmosphere and I met lots of interesting people passing through.
4.2 on April 24, 2009
Das Haus mit sechs Zimmern (eines im EG, vier im 1. Stock, eins im 2. Stock) hat zwei Badezimmer, die sehr sauber sind. War immer frei, wenn ich es brauchte. Die Zimmer sind vom Stil gewöhnungsbedürftig, aber sauber und im Endeffekt auch gemütlich. Das Frühstück in der Küche ist super. Man kann sich alles nehmen aus dem Kühlschrank, sich einen Kaffee oder Tee kochen. Saft ist ebenfalls immer da. Auch Früchte kann man sich nehmen. Mit der Straßenbahn, die 24 Stunden fährt, ist man in 8 bis 10 Minuten in der Dundas Street direkt am Eaton-Center. Die Bahn ist praktisch direkt vor der Tür. Der Inhaber Unal Bargu ist eine sehr freundliche und hilfsbereite Person. Das ganze Haus ist sehr sauber. Eine wirklich gute Alternative zum Hotel, wenn man auf Zimmerservice und anderen Schnickschnack verzichten kann. Wireless-Lan ist ebenfalls vorhanden. Ich kann es besonders jungen Leuten empfehlen, die für wenig Geld eine gute Unterkunft suchen. (wir haben pro Nacht inklusive Taxes 93 Kan Dollar bezahlt). Viel Spaß Eva und Thomas
5 on March 09, 2009
I stayed in the Inn for almost two weeks -- great hosts (Unal and Ergin), conveniently located (one block away from streetcar Route 505, I believe, and 1 km away from Dundas Subway). The rooms were clean, the hosts were friendly, wireless service was fast and interrupted, adequate cable channels were in the rooms, continental breakfast was served every single day, I interacted with folks from all over the world.....food, fun and friends. As a stranger in a strange land, I had my fill!!
5 on January 25, 2009
Friendly staff and a homey vibe at this converted-house hotel. The communal kitchen and living room make good spots for conversation, day and night. The staff sets the breakfast table each morning. The rooms are beautiful and well-kept. If you don't mind sharing a bathroom with other guests, it's a wonderful place.
4.2 on November 24, 2008
Place is lose to downtown, clean and friendly. For next visit in Toronto I will choose the same place. Comfortable and makes you feel like at home. Agnieszka Gawrylczyk (Poland)
4.2 on November 13, 2008
thank u so much, my stay has been really great. the place is very nice, very clean and really close to downtown. the staff is so friendly, i will definitely come bak!
5 on October 22, 2008
The cutey little Victorian house is really cozy. The entire house has a real character All rooms are nice and Clean. The house is Well located and the host is real is very nice. We fell like Home. The best way to discover Toronto Cette petite maison Victorienne a beaucoup de caractere et de charme. Les chambres sont bien décorées, propres et toute la maison est trés chaleureuse. La maison est parfaitement située puisqu'elle est en plein centre ville et le propriétaire est vraiment très gentil et accueillant. On se sent comme à la maison. Sophie
4.6 on July 28, 2008
I found way better then what I was expecting. Excellent!
5 on May 20, 2008
Had a great time in Toronto garden Inn. Clean, friendly, quiet, great breakfast and comfy room. Very very reasonable rates. He should charge more! I am serious!...
Toronto, ON, Canada (YYZ-Pearson) 15 miles
From Union Train & Subway Stations (ViaRail, Go-tranis, and TTC) 20-25 mintues walking distance or you can either take a taxi, approximately $8-$10.00 or you may also take public transit. If you choose to take transit take the Yonge Subway Line north to Dundas station and remember to take a paper-transfer at the ticket seller. Get off at the Dundas Street station and take exit to the South West corner of Dundas and Yonge Streets. With the transfer take the streetcar going east and get off at Ontario Street and walk one street back to west to Seaton Street and then head south to 142. By Gardiner Expressway take the Jarvis Street exit and turn left heading north. You travel north on Jarvis Street until you come to Shuter Street and turn right heading east on Shuter.. After you pass Sherbourne Street , take Seaton Street which is on your left and you will see Toronto Garden Inn on your left at #142.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Toronto University, Shopping Mall, Ryerson University, Toronto Islands, Clothing Optional Beach, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Computer, Fireplace, Library, Piano, Telephone, Videos , Secluded garden, BBQ, Sun deck, 24H free Hot&Cold beverages and snacks
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Internet Service, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Water sports
All you Can Enjoy Continental Breakfast
Low fat , Vegetarian