airbnb toronto

This Airbnb in Toronto will almost make you forget you’re in the city

Nestled in the heart of Leslieville is this absolutely adorable little cabin. 

The studio, according to the listing, was renovated in 2015 and is totally separate from the main home. 

airbnb torontoIt's surrounded by a gorgeous garden that's complete with a goldfish pond and water feature.

airbnb torontoThe studio is charming with brick floor, exposed beams and radiant heating. 

airbnb torontoThere's a dual purpose double Murphy bed.

airbnb torontoIt can either be a bed or a table, so if you need to get some work done you'd at least have a place to do it. 

airbnb torontoWhile there isn't a full kitchen there's a small kitchenette which would be perfectly adequate for making a small meal – say breakfast. 

airbnb torontoThere's a full size bathroom that comes with the essentials. 

And while the cottage may feel miles away from the city it's actually very central. So exploring all Toronto has to offer is just a short TTC journey away. airbnb toronto

Specs
  • Listing: 6185463
  • Neighbourhood: Leslieville
  • Price: $100 /night 
  • Guests: 2
  • Bedrooms: 0 
  • Beds: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Perks: Goldfish pondairbnb toronto
Good for

Feeling like you're in a fairytale. The garden is giving off major "The Secret Garden" vibes. airbnb toronto

Move on if

You want or need more space. airbnb toronto

Lead photo by

Airbnb


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Real Estate

Toronto rental company puts other landlords to shame with incredible COVID-19 supports

Tenants in Toronto are still getting threats of rent increases and evictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic

A Toronto condo complex just banned all Airbnbs due to coronavirus

The average rent for a one bedroom apartment in Toronto is now $2,240 but it's expected to go down

Real estate agents are still hosting open houses in Toronto despite calls not to

People all over Toronto say they're not going to pay rent on April 1

Here's how Toronto renters feel about the new mortgage deferrals in Canada

The future is still uncertain for Toronto's bizarre cube house