Economy Room 101- private room

Private room

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed

Private room

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed

Private room

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed

1 adult
0 children
Ages 2 - 12
0 infants
Under 2
2 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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About this listing

This is a basement room with a double bed, designed to accommodate 2 persons. It has an unlimited internet Wi-Fi. The eating area. The room shares a washroom and kitchen with another room. Parking is available. Food shops and Walma

The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 0
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: Anytime after 12PM (noon)
Check Out: 12PM (noon)
Room type: Private room


Extra people: $10 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $10
Weekly Discount: 5%
Cancellation: Strict


The space

Cheap, affordable, private and comfortable accommodation.
Safe environment.
Friendly host.
Complete with Wifi, cable TV.
Free parking space on driveway and street.
Laundry facilities on-site available to guests.
Walking distance to Wal-Mart and No Frills.
Banks (RBC and TD Canada) nearby.
Park nearby.

Price: US $ 600 per 30 days.
We do not have time to show this rental unit.

These are the important things that we offer.
This basement room with window for illumination and fresh air is the room for you.

This is a basement room that is furnished with bed and table. It can sleep 1-2 persons as the bed provided is a queen size bed. The room is not big (2.97 m x 2.67 m). Ideal for someone, such as a student,transients, immigrants, who is looking for a place to sleep and keep his belongings safe.

Only 30 minutes to downtown Torontto via public transport. Nearest subway is Warden. Also close to Kennedy subway.
Drive through Eglinton Avenue and enter the DVP (Highway 404).

Washroom is shared with another room. Kitchen is also shared. Kitchen is furnished for light cooking only. There is a small fridge in this kitchen.

Free high speed wireless internet. Free cable TV.

For local phone calls, buy yourself a PUBLIC mobile phone ($ 45-95 range) and subscribe for 1 month ($ 15) -then call public mobile to disconnect for next month. Activate phone again when returning to Toronto.

Car parking is available for free. Also street parking is available.. We can accommodate up to 3 cars. However, there is always free parking spot on the street .

No pets allowed. No smoking inside the house. Observe silence at all times.

For 1 person, save $11 per weekly stay. Pay only $ 185 per week (instead of $ 196).

For second person, additional $8 per night.

Winter heating is provided in addition to the centralized aircon system. Our thermostat can be set from 20 - 25 C to provide a nice cool temperature during your stay.

Japanese Canadian Cultural Center at Don Mills and Eglinton Avenue: we are at an ideal location; just one bus ride #34 to the Center.

Arabic Cultural Center in downtown Toronto is easy access both via private cars or public transport. July 7, 2013).

Where to purchase/buy SIM card?

You can purchase pre-paid SIM cards in most stores which sell cell phones. Many malls with have Bell, Rogers, Telus, or other stores or stalls selling phone or SIM cards. You'll also find them in many electronic stores sell phones and cards -- London Drugs, the Source, FutureShop, and even Walmart. You may even find a few at airports.


First, your cell phone must be unlocked. Most US carriers sell cell phone which are locked to operate only on their networks. They won't accept other SIM cards. If you are leasing your phone (i.e. have a contract) they typically won't allow it to be unlocked until the contract is up or you pay off your phone.

Second, you may need to check what type of cell phone you have and which types of cards it accepts. You can visit the Canadian carriers' web sites to see if they have SIMs for your phone.

Third, you get a new (Canadian) phone number. Certain phone features may also not work without programming the phone. This make calling, text messages, etc. somewhat limited.

When travelling to other countries, I tend to just turn my phone to airplane mode and use WiFi. Handle communication via email, web-sites, , FaceTime/, etc. Many places in Canada have free WiFi. If you really need to make voice calls... you can look at international calling plans via your provider. My wife also bought a super-cheap phone in the US and merely puts $5 on it once a year to keep it activated.

BILLS (Telephone, Internet, Hydro, Utility, etc)

We do not provide these documents to any guest.
Our service is only for furnsihed accomodation.

Guests should use other means to prove their residence in Canada. Be ashme of yourself for asking our personal documents for your use. You give us the impression that you are crooks.

No Additional tax.
Our prices already includes the tax.

VIEWING is not possible.

You have to rely/examine the following for yourself:

1. Pictures posted
2. Description of rental unit
3. Street Map
4. Neighborhood view
5. House rules

If this booked/reserved room becomes unavailable for whatever reason,

we will provide/offer other units or upgrades with no additional payments required.
otherwise, we can negotiate and just cancel the booking

Subway close to us:

1. Warden subway
2. Kennedy subway

I. TRAVEL GUIDE for Guest Arriving in Toronto via the Pearson International Airport (YYZ)

Total travel time is between 90 -105 minutes by public transport.

1. Take the TTC bus 192 from the airport (fare is $ 3 cash or $ 2.50 for tokens per person) and get off at Kippling (west end point) and transfer to teh subway heading for the east. Pay fare only once. The approximate travel time is about 20 minutes.

2. The travel time is about 45 minutes from Kippling to Warden subway. Transfer to bus 17 (platform #1) heading for Birchmount.

3. The travel time varies from 2-4 minutes. Get off at the 7th stop = Chelwood road and walk to the house. Knock on the side door.

Note. Bus 192 is from 5 am to 1 am. If there is no more bus 17 after 1 am, take the taxi cab.


I. TRAVEL GUIDE for Guest Arriving in Toronto via VIA RAil at Union Station

Total travel time is between 90 -105 minutes by public transport.

1. Take the TTC subway yellow line at Union Station. Travel towards the direction of Finch.

2. Transfer at Yonge and Bloor to the green subway line - that is one level down. Go to direction of Kennedy.

3.At Warden, transfer to TTC bus #17 in platform #1.

4. Get off at Chelwood stop =7th stop. Then walk to guesthouse.

5. The travel time varies from 2-4 minutes. Get off at the 7th stop = Chelwood road and walk to the house. Knock on the side door.


j. Travel Guide for Guest Arriving in Toronto via TORONTO COACH/ TORONTO GREYHOUND BUS
Terminal is at Dundas + Yonge

Estimated travel time is about 25-30 minutes, depending on the arrival times of bus 17 in Warden.

1. Go to the subway at Yonge and Dundas. Take the side going to Finch, or going North.
2. Transfer to the Green line subway at Yonge and Bloor. Just go down 1 level below.
Take the train going EAST, or Kennedy.
3. At Warden, transfer to TTC Bus 17 in platform 1.
4. At the 7th stop, get off at Chelwood Road and walk to the guest house.


k. Travel Guide for Guest Driving from the Directions of Ottawa, or MOntreal:

1. From Highway 401, exit at Kennedy (after McCowan exit).
2. Drive south, which is turn left on Kennedy Avenue.
3. Pass by Lawrenece Avenue until Eglinton Avenue.
3. Turn right on Eglinton Avenue until Birchmount Road.
4. Turn left on Birchmount Road.
5. On the second stop light, turn left and go to the house number.
6. Park on the driveway, which is on the left side of the house.


L. Travel Guide for Travelling from our Guesthouse to University of Toronto (Toronto campus):

1. At the bus stop, take TTC bus 17 for a 2-3 minutes ride to Warden subway.
2. Board the subway train bound for Kippling , or Westward direction.
3. Get off at George St station.
4. Walk southwards to the Univ of Toronto campus.

Estimated travel time: 22-25 minutes between Monday to Friday.

Weekends take longer.


M. Check out procedure is not really complicated.

Most important: Inform host of time of departure.

1. Just make sure the key is placed where it should be - on the table or near the TV

2. Close the room door but do not lock . In case you loeft something in the room.

3. Garbbage should be removed from the room.

4. Close the window.

5. Turn off TV.

6. Unplugged electrical heater

7. Wash the dishes, forls, spoons, pots that you used.


N.. Upgrade to a better room:

If this room is not available after you have booked it, we will upgrade you to a better room at no additional expense.
This will honor your booking with us.
Possible reasons are guests may decide to extend, repair and maintenencae and some unexpected problems.
In any case, we make sure that you have comfortable
accomodation on the dates of your booking.


House Rules
Check-in is after 12PM (noon)

1. Check in time: after 12:00 pm.
Check out time: before 12:00 pm.

2. No smoking inside the room.

3. No pets allowed.

4. Observe silence specially durin sleeping hours - 23:00 -07:00.

5. Persons with strong body odor are not allowed. Also foot problems.

6. We do not deal with disability pensioners at the moment.

7. Clean the utensils and plates used in our kitchen. Do not leave the room with garbagge. Throw them in our bins.

8. Children are not allowed to run around inside the rental units especailly during sleeping itmes, meaning 11:00 pm to 7:00 am.

9. We expect you to clean our kitchen utensils that you have used, prior to your check out. We have 2 male guests from Vancouver, with the initials T....j and F....d, who left uncleaned utensils and we banned them from returning to our rental untis.

10. Whatever you have done in our rental units, the world will know about it becasue we will write an evaluation of your character. We will let other landlords know what kind of person you are.

11. We do not issue a letter of invitation, for your visa application. That's your job. Our job is to provide furnshied accomodation only.

12. We do not accept food or water to be left to us for safe keeping for future check ins.

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We specialize in providing various affordable furnished accomodations in Toronto. We are a husband and wife team, working together to provide affordable furnished accomodations for short term stay. I have part time job, teaching chess at schools while my wife works part time in a manufacturing company nearby. We ask our guest to immedaitely communicate concerns so we can provide quick solutions.
Togethere we will try to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

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