Our home is perfect for family travel, just steps away from subway, bus, train and streetcar stops making it easy to explore our great city. Or stay close to home to discover Bloordale's many cafés, restaurants, galleries, shops and parks. No car needed! Infants, toddlers and youngsters welcome.
Our family home features 3 bedrooms on the second floor (1 queen, 2 twin-sized beds) and one bedroom in the basement (1 queen-sized bed) meaning that we can comfortably accommodate six people. We have baby gates installed and can offer the use of a highchair and/or booster seat if you have young children.
You will have access to our entire house including the covered patio and back yard. Feel free to use our BBQ. The garage is not available and should you bring a car you may obtain a parking permit for street parking out front. We have air conditioning, WiFi, Netflix and Apple TV available for your use. We do not have cable television, though, so should you need to watch a major sporting event you should easily be able to find a bar close by!
We can be reached by cell phone, e-mail, or through the emergency contacts we will be providing you.
We love so many things about our neighbourhood, one of which is that it is walking distance from so many other great neighbourhoods, too. I love the 15-minute walk down Bloor St. to Comedy Bar, a venue which features excellent comedy acts from both near and far nightly. My husband takes his bike to check out bands at various nightclubs and cafés.
We are a non-smoking and pet-free home. We ask that you treat our family home like a family home. Accidents happen (particularly with young ones around) so if you do spill or break anything then please clean it up and let us know about it. We won't be upset, we'd just like to know.
Five things we love? Travel, food, music, laughter, family! We love experiencing nieghbourhoods and local culture when we travel, pretending that we are locals rather than tourists. Some of our favourite places include Palermo in Buenos Aires, vintage cinemas in Oakland, California, or any tiny hideaway izakaya in Tokyo where we have no idea what we've just ordered.