About This Listing
Just moments away from Little Italy's famous Jean-Talon market is my bright and spacious apartment, with a large deck that is a perfect sunspot. I live alone in the three bedroom apartment, and the largest room is available to rent. V close to metro!
Super nice and quiet neighbourhood. The apt is directly across the street from a nice little park and its very close to all the amenities you'll need.
Interaction with Guests
I dont necessarily have to be there when you are. Contact me and we'll discuss :)
Very close to metro and bus routes. Very close to Mile End and Parc ex. Minutes away from downtown.
Keep it as clean and organized as it was when you arrived!
Thomas and Daisy were extremely warm and welcoming. We had a great time seeing Thomas's band (email hidden) with tasty Afghan food. Their home was bright and clean, with two decks looking out over the neighborhood. One faces a little neighborhood park. There are plenty of cafes and Italian restaurants within a block or two of the apartment, and Little Italy definitely turned out to be my favorite neighborhood in Montreal: lively, friendly, and both old-world and young/hip.
Comfortable stay with Thomas & Daisy! Sharing the space was very chill and organized. If your just looking for a place to sleep, this is it. They made sure everything was okay and were helpful when I needed recommendations.
Nice, calm, quiet, family friendly neighborhood. Close by to the metro, restaurants, cafés, and grocery store.
Great stay! Thomas' ad and apartment matched up almost perfectly...the only small glitch was that the internet didn't work, but there are ways around that! He was away for the duration so arranged for key pick up and orientation to his apartment which was clean and quiet and has an inviting back deck that's nice for a nightcap or meal, weather permitting. The neighborhood feels safe and is rich with Italian influence including delicious food and coffee and lots of convenient parks to hang out in or stroll through. On street parking was simple and buses seem to run pretty often, though I didn't take advantage of any. Seems like biking is the way to go.