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The House on McGill

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110 McGill St
Toronto, Ontario M5B1H6
Phone: 416 351-1503
Toll Free: 877 580-5015

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The House on McGill, on a quiet, shady, residential street in busy downtown Toronto, has been carefully restored, modernized, and decorated with antique furnishings to create an inviting cozy oasis. We offer a guest living room with; video library, guest phone for free local calls and an ornamental fireplace, guest kitchen/dining room with fridge and microwave for preparing light meals, and breakfast deck/garden. On-street parking may be arranged for $10.00/day or there are several inexpensive lots nearby. Six unique air-conditioned bedrooms share two bathrooms with more baths in the planning stages. Lots of free amenities and long stay discounts.
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Location Within the State:
Type: Bed & Breakfast/Inn
Rates: $50-$110 CDN
Credit Cards: Visa, MC
Nearest Fishing: Lake Ontario
Amenities: Modem Friendly, Golf, Hiking, Bicycling, Cable TV, Tennis, Laundry
Attractions: Canadian National Sportsman show twice yearly at National Trade Centre
Directions: Contact Lodge
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wtj | Posted: July 25, 2003

I have stayed at many bed and breakfast accommodations around the world, and the House on McGill in Toronto is not a bed and breakfast. It is much more like a youth hostel, and is nothing like the description on its web site. The manager is not on site and during our four days there we never saw him. He communicated to us through strange written messages, delivered to our room when no one was around. One of these was left on the floor inside our door, which he left unlocked and wide open. Bagels served at breakfast were moldy, and "homemade muffins and croissants" did not exist. There are holes in the walls and ceiling. The $80 room we reserved was occupied when we arrived. With no apologies the manager offered us a more expensive room at $110, a classic “bait and switch.” The manager also runs the Burwood Inn in Toronto, and the Rideau Inn in Ottawa. I recommend staying away from all three.

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