2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 4 Sleeps
Deo and Kim
About Deo and Kim
We love Ottawa and are very excited to share our home with you. In our spare time, we love to travel aboard, meet new people and explore new cities and cultures. If we can't travel abroad, we also enjoy staying local! We love trying out new restaurants and exploring all the different activities our city has to offer... and trust us- there are so many things to do!
Deo and Kim purchased this House in 2017
Why Deo and Kim chose Glebe
We are located in the Glebe! This is one of Ottawa’s older and more prestigious neighbourhoods located just south of the downtown area. Here you will find mature trees, early 20th century homes and the beautiful Rideau Canal. You will fall in love with the local shops and restaurants along Bank Street. We are also steps away from Lansdowne Park. Here you can enjoy Ottawa’s VIP cinema, restaurants, shopping, grocery stores and TD Place. You can catch Ottawa’s Red Blacks football team in action, or enjoy your favourite musician when he/she comes to town!
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Cozy home in a great neighbourhood
Spent the weekend at this great little spot catching up with some girlfriends! We were pleasantly surprised on arrival to find some coffee eggs and English muffins for us to enjoy the next day! The house was clean and had everything we needed. Loved the location and being able to walk to stores, coffee shop and restaurants. There is even some lovely green space right across the street from the house and the canal is right there too! We also enjoyed being able to walk to the farmers market at Landsdowne park Sunday morning. I would absolutely recommend staying at this place and would gladly stay there again myself
Great location....Glebe right out the door
We had a great stay. near restaurants and Landowne Park. neat and clean, well stocked.. A Whole Foods a block away.
This rental is in an awesome location; walking distance to events venues, the canal, shopping, many restaurants and more. Couldn't have been happier with being located in this trendy new area!
The hosts surprised us with all the fixings needed for breakfast and some evening snacks. This was really appreciated.
Washrooms and bedrooms are up or down a flight of stairs.
Great place in a great neighbourhood
We are from Ottawa, but currently live overseas. We were looking for a place in our 'old' neighbourhood so that we could be close to friends and so we would be familiar with the area. We had previously stayed in apartment hotels downtown which were rather sterile.
From the time we walked in, we could tell that we had made a great choice. The house is half of a side by side double, and is cosy but very well equipped. It would be regarded as being small for a home but it was certainly enough space for us (couple with a child) and a pleasant alternative to an apartment. The place was immaculate, and there were even some goodies already in the fridge for us to use. On-street parking was perfectly adequate, in fact we managed to get a space right in front most of the time. The house was very quiet despite being a stone's throw from the Lansdowne development - this is actually a bonus as there are many restaurants to choose from.
Contact with the owners was very easy and they were responsive. Access was via a code so we did not even see them, but it was comforting to know that they were just an e-mail away.
We were very happy and wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
Very comfortable, great location
Lots of nice little extras including breakfast makings and cosmetics. Very clean and well equipped.
Charming home close to everything
Charming old home full of character. A short walk to shops restaurants, the canal and landsdowne. Plenty of on street parking and easy to access. Deo and Kim are easy to deal with.
Lansdowne has transformed with time to better fit the increasing modernity of the great world capitals. Located in close proximity to downtown, this community is vibrant and lively. Easily accessible using public transit lines 1 and 7, and flanked by the Rideau Canal and Bank Street, Lansdowne has numerous amenities that make it a unique space. A trade hub whose history began with the construction of the Aberdeen Pavilion in 1898, today Lansdowne is firmly focused on the future with a completely renewed space dedicated to sports, culinary experiences, the art of living, culture and leisure.
The TD Place Stadium alone shows the community’s ambitions. It’s an ultramodern sports complex, which regularly hosts Redblacks football games and Fury soccer matches as well as the young and talented 67’s, who are progressing in the Ontario Hockey League, in the arena located under one of the stands. Up to 24,000 fans can fit into these stands for the big nights, which makes for a great atmosphere.
The stadium also hosts large international competitions, like the last FIFA Women’s World Cup, which energized fans of all the countries represented at Lansdowne Park.
The TD Place Stadium isn’t just a hotspot for sports. It’s also a major venue for world famous musical acts. Plenty of concerts take place each year in the arena and the stadium, such as Def Leppard, AC/DC and The Piano Guys.
And if your favourite band isn’t playing yet, be sure to plan a special night at the Lansdowne Cineplex, a brand new complex with features such as VIP theatres to watch your favourite movies in the utmost comfort with luxurious seats, in-seat service and a special menu. What’s more, parking is free with your movie ticket!
For the simple pleasure of sharing a good meal with friends or family, before or after a game, Lansdowne offers many possibilities for dining in a casual and accessible atmosphere. Take, for example, the famous Jack Astor’s franchise, known for its tacos, nachos and burgers and its large selection of beers, or JOEY with its menu full of flavours and specialties from around the world. More classic, but just as popular, South St. Burger Co. serves their burgers in a New York–style atmosphere, while Milestones puts a brilliant spin on the great culinary classics. Regardless of your tastes and budget, you’ll definitely find the fare for you at Lansdowne!
What would Lansdowne be without its traditional and much-anticipated Farmers’ Market? Year-round, inside the Aberdeen Pavilion or outside, many merchants, farmers and artisans sell their fresh products, creations and prepared dishes. Seasonal fruits and vegetables, practical ideas, local bread and pastries, drinks, organic product stands… the market is brimming with great ideas for your table. Whether you like to cook for your family, your friends or yourself, or you just want to taste the local specialties, the market is the perfect occasion.
Just a five-minute walk away, on Bank Street, the famous Whole Foods Market also has a particularly well-stocked establishment that emphasizes products that are organic, local or environmentally friendly. Good values to shop well and eat well, with direct access to the underground parking lot connecting all the stores in the area.
Finally, the art of living also includes “living well” at home. Beyond the ultramodern and luxurious apartments that surround the area, the Structube store, specializing in modern designer furniture, should give you countless ideas for interior design or renovations! Lansdowne is also a lively area for solo or family leisure activities. Winter is full of adventures with free skating on the rink in the heart of the area, or on the Rideau Canal, which is very close to the park. In the summer, the skate park, kids’ play structures and fountains will delight young and old. And if you want to just take your time, the park that surrounds Lansdowne is great for walking, with its numerous green spaces.