“This property would be perfect for young people staying for a short break due to the lack of a kitchen and the small external spiral staircase that is difficult to negotiate with large cases! The beds are huge and very comfortable. The shower fantastic and the balcony a godsend apart from the cat that used it as a toilet ! The lack of kitchen equipment and the small bathroom sink make eating at home difficult, however the area if full of great eating places. ----Host's Response--- Thanks for the feedback, Anne. We've tried to make it clear in our listing that our place has no kitchen and a narrow, steep outdoor staircase. We don't recommend our apartment for people with mobility issues or a fear of heights, but we think it's a perfect spot for anyone looking to enjoy our neighborhood's many great restaurants. Hope you enjoyed your stay!”
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Where is it?
Welcome to Cabbagetown, a vibrant historical district which offers the best of downtown Toronto in the midst of the largest community of Victorian homes in North America.
Everything you need is in walking distance!
Groceries: There's a No Frills supermarket two blocks south at the corner of Parliament and Spruce. The Epicure Shop (on Parliament just south of Carlton) is a great little gourmet grocery store with excellent cheese, bread, pastries, deli meats, and other goodies. They also serve good coffee and the best breakfast sandwiches in the city. For late-night groceries, try the Rexall drug store or the convenience store one block north at Parliament and Winchester (open until 10:00), or the Esso station at Parliament and Amelia (open very late).
Drug stores: there's a Rexall at Parliament and Winchester (open until 10 pm), and a Shoppers Drug Mart on Parliament just south of Carlton (open until midnight).
Beer, wine, and liquor are at the LCBO on Parliament just north of Aberdeen. There's also a Beer Store another block north on Parliament.
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