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701 Austin Street North, P1P 1E3 Gravenhurst – Show map
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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Bicycle Rental
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 12 years are charged CAD 20 per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Located off Highway 11, this Bracebridge, Ontario hotel features rooms with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV and offers a daily continental breakfast.
Score from 92 reviews Review score
This Bracebridge, Ontario motel is just a 15-minute walk from Bracebridge Falls.
Score from 67 reviews Good
Located across from Muskoka Airport off Highway 11, this motel is 11 km from the downtown center and Gravenhurst Opera House. It offers free Wi-Fi and rooms with a flat-screen TV.
Score from 27 reviews Very good
Located in the downtown area of Bracebridge, this property is at the heart of Ontario's Muskoka region. The hotel offers rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 73 reviews Review score
location was good Lady was very friendly
Breakfast was a long affair when we wanted to get on the road The bed squeaked every time I moved
-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
-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.
The bed sheet and blanket smells. The room's door doesn't have a lock. There are owners' clothes in the closet.
The owner was friendly.
The room we stayed in was cramped. The ceilings were slanted and you would bump your head. The bathroom was also very small. To take a shower you would have to bend over because you would hit your head on the slanted ceiling. The staircase was also very narrow and steep. Hard to climb. An older person would have a hard time.
Location of property was convienent for downtown and to the lakes. Ethyl was very plesant and accomadating.
Next time I will book a room with ensuite.
-The owner Ethel was a very good host, very friendly, she gave us free maps and showed us on the map how to get to the Muskoka wharf as well as the main shopping are of Gravenhurst. The vegetarian breakfast she served us in the morning complete with hash browns, perogies, fruit salad, toast, coffee/tea and her home-made jam was delicious as well. She is a vegetarian though, so don't expect bacon and eggs here :-). -The location of the cottage is also convenient. It is in a quiet residential area, but within a 5 minute drive to the main Gravenhurst shopping area and Muskoka Wharf where the cruise ships sail from and other activities take place. -Overnight parking is easy and allowed on the quiet side-street beside the cottage -The house and rooms are very clean -Wi-fi as well as the window air conditioner in our room were adequate -Eden place was the only accomodation willing to rent us a room for only one night on the busy July 26 weekend. All other hotels/motels insisted on a mimimum 2 night stay on the weekend. -Room was good value at $100/night for two adults. (including all taxes).
-We had an attic room which had a sloping "A" shaped ceiling, so basically, you could only stand up in the middle of the room. It felt a bit claustrophobic. The bathroom was the same. Because of the low sloping ceiling, you could not take a shower standing up, you either had to sit in the bathtub (which I don't like to do) or crouch down and wash yourself with the hand-held shower-head. -Because of its small size, I would recommend this room for only a 1 or 2 night stay, but would book elsewhere if planning to stay longer. -The TV in the room was a really small old tube tv and only 14" in screen size. The TV should really be upgraded to a 28" flat screen, because it is way too small when viewed from the bed, a distance of about 10 feet.
Great breakfast, really nice and Happy Lady.the shower was very small and as WE Are Tall WE could use another bathroom.parking in Front of the House was easy.
Room was dark and a Bit sticky. It was hot, the small window didnt give much fresh air and the aircon was very load
Ethyl was Friendly & very helpful with info. about local attractions & finding our way around. Also the garden , trees, overall neighborhood was lovely.
Ethel is wonderful and an inspiration
Gravenhurst and Muskoka are beautiful areas to visit.
This B&B is WAY overpriced and not worth the money. For starters, the hostess told me that I had to pay a $5.00 "administration fee" if I wanted to pay with VISA, even though the ad says nothing about it. The "Deluxe Double Room" is in an attic with slanted ceilings, and is cluttered with way too many personal items. The "ensuite" has a tiny sink and a "shower" that is merely a bathtub with a flexible hose attached to the faucet; the "shower" curtain comes up to waist level. The toilet is under the slanted ceiling, so you bang your head as you approach it. The door to the room does not have a lock, and not even a doorknob or latch. You need to put a stump of wood (provided) behind the door or it will slide open on its own. The hostess is vegan, and her "full breakfast" is much less than continental - no cereal, no bagels, no muffins, no eggs, no bacon/sausage. Breakfast consisted of a small bowl of fruit (some parts of which had been frozen), stale tasting cold toast, orange "juice" made from crystals, and a small plate of a vegan concoction with canned beans, fried mushrooms and two items of indeterminate origin. Breakfast concluded with a "gateau" with maple syrup on it. I have stayed in numerous B&B's in several countries, and was embarrassed that another couple from China might think this was a typical Canadian B&B breakfast. I would never stay at this B&B again, and cannot recommend it.
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