About the property
- Apartment900 sqft
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay3 nights
Main Floor- Beautifully Furnished, Comfy and Convenient in a Superb Location
Make yourself at home in this beautifully furnished Suite, very comfortable, well appointed and conveniently located. Free Parking, Free Wifi, Keyless Entry and a $1 Security Deposit are just some of the benefits when you stay with us.
Explore the great city of Toronto using the metro and subway (a family day pass is only $12.95) or just enjoy our local shops, restaurants, and beautiful parks all just footsteps away. Close to the Hiway, it's only a 15-minute drive Downtown or 75 minutes to Niagara Falls.
The Suite is luxurious. The kitchen is fully equipped with upscale stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, ice maker, cookware, dinnerware and even herbs and spices.
The bright, spacious and cozy living area includes a full home digital media entertainment system with FM Stereo, DVD, Cable TV, Netflix and great movies for you and the kids.
The Suite has 2 Bedrooms with premium queen size beds. We can also provide an air mattress or camping cots if needed. A crib and high chair are also available.
Before becoming hosts, we were guests just like you and so we have provided everything you need for a great stay in your home away from home.
Footsteps from quick and easy access to downtown, Bloor West Village is well known as a very popular, hip and trendy neighborhood enjoyed by visitors and residents alike. The tree-lined streets are filled with colorful and interesting shops, specialty markets, gourmet restaurants, bakeries and cafes bordered with the amazing natural beauty of High Park with trails to the Lakeshore nearby.
High Park is the jewel of Toronto’s parks and recreation system. Spanning 400 acres, it has trails, picnic areas, sport facilities, gardens, a fishing pond, playgrounds, a swimming pool and a zoo. It is a key connection to the Martin Goodman Trail and Toronto’s Waterfront, one of the top 100 most innovative and inspiring in the world.
Take a stroll and follow the trail to Sunnyside Beach, the Harbourfront Centre and onto a ferry to Toronto Island events, galleries, festivals and shows.
Everything you need for an amazing and memorable visit to Toronto is waiting.
We look forward to serving you.
Mila and Michel
Mila and Michel
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- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 19, 2018
About Mila and Michel
My family and I love to travel, but of all the places we have visited, Toronto is simply the best. We have made our home here, and it is our pleasure to welcome you to a special place we have prepared just for you.
Mila and Michel purchased this Apartment in 2012
Why Mila and Michel chose High Park-Swansea
Location, Location, Location, footsteps to Bloor West Village, Minutes to the Subway and Downtown, a pleasant stroll to High Park and the Humber River, summer and winter recreation!
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:30 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Very nice unit.
Great location. All needs are thought of and the stay was very pleasant.
Your photos show one bathroom; and the infos says that we will get an italian style bathroom.
what we got , is a cheap corner shower. I was very disapointed. I would appreciate a refund of at least 50$. The rest of the suite was as we expected.
Hello Michel, It appears that you have confused this with the bathroom from the another suite. The bathroom is exactly as shown. We are happy you enjoyed your stay, but find it a bit unreasonable that you are using this forum to coerce some kind of refund from us.
Perfect choice for a perfect stay in toronto !
We spent a very good moment in one of the suites ! It is very spacious, well decorated and is very closed to the city center. We loved our stay !
Location, Location, Location!
Every year my family takes a short trip to an urban area within driving distance of our home in the Chicago suburbs. This year we decided on Toronto, and I started looking for places to stay. If you drive to cities on vacation, you know the main problem: Either you stay at a hotel in the city and get hammered for parking costs, or you stay in a suburb and spend all your time (and good moods) driving in traffic.
Enter this property that I found on VRBO. The location in the charming Bloor West Village neighborhood is outstanding. You're a five- to ten-minute walk from bakeries, coffee shops, restaurants and shops, and that walk on Durie Street takes you past cute properties with beautiful gardens. Best of all, Bloor West has a couple of subway stops, so getting to all of Toronto's tourist spots is easy. We parked our car when we arrived and didn't open the doors again until we drove home. The included parking space in the back of the property makes things so easy.
The property was perfect for our family: Two rooms, the big kitchen and living room gave us plenty of room to spread out. The clean, modern look felt like home, and the owners made it easy to get in touch should we have needed anything (we didn't). Locks worked via code, so no worries about keys. This is a comfortable spot to take in all Toronto has to offer, but you'd enjoy taking a day just to enjoy the neighborhood. Outstanding find.
Good Place To Stay
The property was well appointed, clean and the kitchen well equipped. The location was excellent; quiet street, two minute walk from a park and a 10 minute walk from the subway (2 minutes to connector bus if you can't walk to subway), grocery store and Bloor Street shops. It was also close to the beautiful High Park.
Boa localização, proprietário bastante organizado e atencioso. Recomendo.
The dynamic and exciting city of Toronto is a major urban gateway on Lake Ontario. It is home to tourist attractions such as the CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario and major theatre productions. Still there are many quiet, natural places to enjoy along the waterfront. --------------------------- Walking » Walk just 5-10 minutes to Bloor West Village, High Park or Public Transit. The TTC is the quick, convenient and safe way to get around Toronto and beyond. The subway system is linked with buses and streetcars to get you to all the great attractions in the city or connect to GO Transit and spend a day in Niagara Falls! --------------------------- Biking » Bike rentals are available nearby for you to cruise around the great attractions and adventures which begin at right at your doorstep. --------------------------- Bloor West Village » A great place to hang out, shop or just buy your favorite European breakfast. However, it is not an area where you will find a lot of top fancy/schmancy brand name products, but it will impress you and your friends with its everyday lifestyle, including mild nightlife and a great array of multi-cultural bars and restaurants. --------------------------- High Park » Toronto's largest public park features many hiking trails, sports facilities, diverse vegetation, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a dog park, a zoo, playgrounds for children, a couple of eateries, greenhouses, picnic areas, a bunch of squirrels and various events throughout the year. --------------------------- See Beautiful Gardens & Nature » From wild forests to the Chinese gardens and the famous Japanese cherry trees High Park has a truly genuine and beautiful vegetation - well taken care of by the city. --------------------------- Experience the Waterfront » A walk along the Grenadier Pond on the west side of High Park will make you forget you are in the largest city in Canada. You will find ducks, geese and hiking trails down to the Lakefront. --------------------------- The Park's Off-leash Dog Park » The park has a designated off-leash area for dogs and several paths where dogs are allowed to run free. While the dog park is not completely fenced in it is surrounded by natural borders such as thick bushes and trees. --------------------------- Check out the Zoo » The mini-zoo at High Park has lamas, buffaloes, bison, deer, peacocks and a few other animals including cats and pigeons : ) The zoo is open from 7am until dusk. Free admission. --------------------------- Outdoor Sports Facilities» A great swimming pool and water slide, tennis courts, baseball diamonds and soccer fields are all present inside the park but many other sports can be played on the large grassy fields. --------------------------- Kid's Adventure Park » The Jamie Bell Adventure Playground is a large, unique play area designed in part by children. Make sure to include a visit to this adventure park this summer with your kids! --------------------------- Winter Activities » In the winter, an artificial ice rink is operated to the north of the Pool for skating and ice hockey. The hiking paths are maintained for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Tobogganing is terrific family fun for people of all ages. The hills are at Howard Park Avenue and Parkside Drive. --------------------------- Shakespeare in the Park » During the summer, the Canadian Stage Company puts on a selected Shakespearean play in the park's amphitheatre in an annual event called 'Dream in High Park', popular with Torontonians. The 2012 play is A Midsummer Night's Dream. The amphitheatre is on the hill side directly to the east of the Grenadier Cafe. --------------------------- High Park meets the Martin Goodman Trail and The amazing Toronto Waterfront » Toronto's waterfront - one of North America's largest recreational waterfronts - provides a scenic backdrop for many popular and entertaining attractions including Harbourfront, (the site of art galleries, theatres, craft boutiques restaurants) Rogers Centre (Famous for its retractable roof, sport and concert events), the CN Tower (Recently nominated one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World), and the Toronto Islands (a 10-minute ferry ride to 'cottage country'). It's also the setting of many big events including the Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Canadian National Exhibition, Caribbean Carnival and Winterlicious. --------------------------- Museums and Galleries» Downtown Toronto offers museums and art galleries galore including The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) , Canada's largest museum and one of the top 10 in the world; the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), Canada's oldest art gallery and home to more than 15,000 paintings; and the Ontario Science Centre, which entertains and educates 800,000 visitors a year. ------------------------
Additional information about rental rates
We like to be flexible with payment terms for our guests. A security deposit is required, with an on line purchase or our "Good Will" Security Deposit program. Pet Fees are a daily rate. For any questions on this or other payment terms, please contact us.