Vacation rentals in Toronto

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Home in Midtown
Annex Garden Coach House
The house is well stocked and can comfortably convert the 2 extra long single beds into 1 king. It holds brand new appliances, utensils, television, mattresses, furniture, linens, towels, board games and books. The kitchen is outfitted with all that you'll need to make a great meal and an outdoor bbq is available too. Off the master bedroom is a charming perch of a balcony with an alcove for setting up your laptop. We offer cable 4K TV, Netflix, laundry, iron and steamer. This home will appeal to those seeking a quiet, quality, cosy space in a central location. We hope you enjoy your home away from home! As a guest, you have full access to everything in the home like cable TV, wifi, kitchen appliances, laundry, and outdoor BBQ. We also have a list of additional items we can provide if you could use them, like a printer, PS4, Kitchen-Aid mixer, blender. We are pleased to meet with you upon arrival, but it is not necessary. Our own home is next door, so we are close at hand should you need us while being respectful of your privacy. Hidden from street view, the house is in a family-friendly central neighbourhood bordering U of T. The leafy tree-lined streets with brick Victorian houses lead to a wide selection of affordable cafes and bars along Bloor, Bathurst and Dupont. With a Walkscore of 98 out of 100 and a Riderscore of 100, the Annex is a walker's and cyclist's paradise where daily errands do not require a car. Conveniently located seven minutes from three different subway stations that take you directly to almost everything - Bathurst, Spadina and Dupont Stations - so a car is not necessary to get around, but parking is available for one car. We live on the other side of this semi-detached home, so you'll likely encounter us during your stay, playing basketball in our drive or having a morning coffee on our front porch. As an alternative, the two twin beds in the second bedroom are extra long for the option to form a king bed when put together with a king mattress pad. If you would prefer it set up that way, just let us know before your arrival.
Jun. 27 – Jul. 4
$329 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 186 reviews
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Guest suite in Toronto
Riverdale Suite Artist Retreat
Superhost pre-covid hiatus. Sunny basement suite located just steps from the Danforth Music Hall, restaurants, shops, parks, trails and the Broadview Station hub. Retro metro decor in our century brick artist house: sofa, desk, armoire, dining table, kitchen, bathtub/shower, antenna TV, streaming Roku, DVDs, and books help you to feel at home. Great for the pedestrian experience, with transit located around the corner, or if you drive there's a lit public parking lot a 3-minute walk away.
May 23 – 30
$131 CAD per night
4.96 out of 5 average rating, 161 reviews
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Home in Toronto
Stylish 1870s Home near Distillery District & Old Toronto
“Rated Top 10 listing by BlogT.0 in Toronto and published frequently as a must stay. Do you appreciate the details? We have you covered here while you unwind at this stylish remodeled circa 1870s Row House. Visit St Lawrence Market, then stroll the pedestrian Distillery District and stop at some great cafes, restaurants or bars. Later, drift off to sleep in the plush, charcoal-hued bedroom under the tiered Restoration Chandelier. This place is perfect for the Toronto experience!
Jun. 20 – 27
$704 CAD per night
4.99 out of 5 average rating, 170 reviews

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Other great vacation rentals in Toronto

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Apartment in Roncesvalles Village
Modern Apartment in Popular Roncesvalles Village
Jan. 12 – 19
$172 CAD per night
4.82 out of 5 average rating, 363 reviews
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Condo in Downtown Toronto
Luxury Toronto 1BR- Best location in the city
Jan. 1 – 8
$308 CAD per night
4.99 out of 5 average rating, 106 reviews
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Guesthouse in Toronto
Very clean; prime location; breakfast
Jan. 8 – 15
$156 CAD per night
4.96 out of 5 average rating, 68 reviews
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Apartment in Toronto
Condo in the heart of Toronto
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 6 reviews
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Apartment in Toronto
Midtown Exec Suite Moore Park
Feb. 19 – 26
$166 CAD per night
4.96 out of 5 average rating, 26 reviews
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Condo in Pickering
Quiet oasis minutes from Toronto
May 26 – Jun. 2
$107 CAD per night
4.88 out of 5 average rating, 16 reviews
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Guest suite in Toronto
Lower level Bed-Sitting Room / private bathroom
Jul. 13 – 20
$96 CAD per night
4.94 out of 5 average rating, 69 reviews
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Bungalow in Scarborough
Stylish Apartment! Steam sauna! Free Parking!
Dec. 31 – Jan. 7
$145 CAD per night
4.92 out of 5 average rating, 93 reviews
Apartment in Toronto
Lovely Studio walk2 CNtower/TIFF/MTCC
Nov. 26 – Dec. 3
$266 CAD per night
4.8 out of 5 average rating, 15 reviews
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Apartment in Toronto
Magnificent View of CN Tower+Lake next2 Union
Nov. 29 – Dec. 6
$356 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 36 reviews
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Guesthouse in Scarborough
Private coach house near the bluffs
Aug. 10 – 17
$130 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 96 reviews
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Home in Toronto
Inner Beach House
Nov. 10 – 17
$862 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 23 reviews

Your guide to Toronto

All About Toronto

Ontario’s capital city sits at the far south end of the province, just across the water from New York state on the east shore of Lake Ontario. One of the most culturally diverse cities in the world, Toronto has become a north star for ambitious chefs and gastronomes. Kensington Market, the city’s cutting-edge restaurant district, serves up some of Canada’s most awarded meals, but you’ll find homey dishes, great coffee, and drinks spread throughout the city’s 100-plus neighbourhoods.

Beyond its culinary scene, Toronto is a city of art, commerce, and nature. Galleries abound in the pedestrian-only Distillery District, where massive murals and street art displays brighten the flanks of city buildings. In downtown Toronto, the iconic CN Tower — once the tallest freestanding structure in the world — offers unmatched views of the city’s skyline, while further east, Lake Ontario’s sandy shores invite sunbathing, summer swimming, and volleyball games at Woodbine Beach. There’s also the accessible escape of the Toronto Islands, which house an artists’ colony, hike and bike trails, and an amusement park — all just a short ferry ride away from downtown.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Toronto

Toronto is a city that lives for patio season — the sunny span from June to September when restaurants open their outdoor seating for dinner and drinks with a side of Vitamin D. This is the best time of the year to explore the city on foot, and with alfresco dining options all over the city, you can even bike from brunch to the beach, then back again for dinner. Summer is also the season for major outdoor celebrations, like Pride in June and the Caribbean festival in July. In winter, Toronto trades its sun for snow, with average temperatures below freezing. Vacation homes in Toronto are often built to stay cozy no matter how hard it’s snowing, but warm clothes and layers are must-pack winter items. A set of ice skates wouldn’t hurt, either — there are more than 50 outdoor rinks to explore.

Top things to do in Toronto

Evergreen Brick Works

Toronto’s industrial and environmental past converge at the Evergreen Brick Works, a natural park about 15 minutes away from downtown. Built around the remnants of a historic brick factory and open daily year-round, this community space offers scenic hikes on Lookout Path, tours of the sustainable garden market, and outdoor skating.

St. Lawrence Market

No culinary tour of Toronto would be complete without a visit to St. Lawrence. This centuries-old indoor market features two floors of vendors selling fresh-baked pastries, chutneys, and cheese, among other goodies. A weekly Farmer’s Market convenes on Saturday mornings, or you can stop by on Sunday to check out the Antiques Market.

Graffiti Alley

If Toronto’s legal street art scene had an official “gallery,” Graffiti Alley would be it. Starting at the intersection of Portland and Rush, this Fashion District alley covers three city blocks in bright and colourful murals and graffiti. The alley is best explored on foot — with a camera.

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