눉-We rented three rooms, one of which was an attic room with an "A" shaped ceiling, so we were only able to stand up in the middle of the room, the height of the ceiling was only about 3 feet by the time you got to the wall. The bathroom which was in one corner of the room again had very low ceiling so you were not able to stand up and have a shower.You had to crouch and wash yourself with the hand-held shower head mounted at the end of a flexible hose or you could have a bath, but the tub didn't look very clean. Overall, the whole room felt very claustrophobic.
-The room did not have a lock (no problem for me, but it is very strange). A piece of wood was provided which you could place against the door if you were inside the room, to keep it from propping open.
-The breakfast served was a vegetarian breakfast consisting of toast, fruit salad, home-made jam and coffee. I didn't really mind, but a lot of people in our group would have preferred bacon and eggs.
눇-Host is very friendly lady with lots of stories to tell, she was very helpful and even provided us with maps and showed us how to get around Gravenhurst and filled us in on what was happening around town
-Location: very quiet street, but within 5 minutes drive to downtown Gravenhurst and the cruiseships.
-Parking: easy and free on the street right beside Eden Place, our group had two cars, but no problem at all.
-Availability: No other hotel/motel or B&B would let us rent for only one night during summer weekends. They all insisted that we rent for a minimum of two nights. Eden place had no problem renting to us for only one night (Saturday night),so for us, there was really no oher choice.
-The small window air conditioning unit in the room was sufficient to keep us cool