• Hospital residents and visiting doctors stay here & love it!
• Large & private master suite (over 280 square feet!)
• Your own private bathroom
• 7 min walk to hospital, 10 min drive to University, 15 min walk to mall, right on hwy.
• King bed
Here is a huge master bedroom in a beautiful, cozy home! The house is home to an interior decorator - you'll realize that and be pleasantly surprised when you first walk in. We are very flexible - if you have a special request, feel free to ask.
Located on a quiet street, the house is very close to Highway 403 and Erin Mills Town Centre Mall. This area is known as the glitzy area of Mississauga. The neighborhoods around here are in a park like setting. Very safe and relaxing.
The master bedroom in the house is pointedly furnished and decorated. Sleep on a very comfy king size bed with lamps on each side of the bed. You'll have your own master bathroom with separate tub and shower.
The house is equipped with WiFi internet and cable TV. Feel free to use the house phone. You'll also have plenty of parking available.
You'll be hosted by a very pleasant lady (my mom) with whom you'll be able to practice your French if you'd like, and her son (my brother) who spends most of his time at the University of Toronto.
- Common sense goes a long way :)
- Absolutely no smoking (sorry, second hand smoke gives us migraines)
- Please take your shoes off at the entrance
- Please let us know prior to inviting guests into the house
This is a comfy house in a quiet area - by no means a party house. If you plan to drink heavily, get drunk or be louder than one would expect in a typical suburban neighborhood, this is probably not the place for you.
- Please specify the correct number of guests in your party. If the booking request is for one guest, we'll expect a single guest to spend the night. Children (of any age) count as extra guests.
- Please don't invite guests who are not on the reservation without asking first.
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