Enjoy the young and vibrant style of the Mile End. Our home is conveniently located next to a great inexpensive grocery store, within easy access to downtown, and also surrounded by endless bars and restaurants. You’ll love the vibrant neighborhood, the nightlife, and the convenient location.
You're staying in one bedroom of a 2 bedroom apartment in a 1903 heritage building on bustling Avenue du Parc. The renovated space and our colorful modern decor contrasts with the century+ old traditional details like hardwood floors, wall paneling, and high ceilings. The guest room has a closet to store your belongings and a day-bed to use as a single bed (we will remove the cushions and prepare the bed) and a very comfortable high-quality queen air bed (we happily used it for several weeks ourselves after moving in). Just let us know which you prefer or if you will use both.
Aside from your private room, you have access to the livingroom/dining room, the shared bathroom, the kitchen, and the small terrace. You can also use the laundry room in the building if you need it (just ask about how to use it).
Interaction with guests
We will interact as much or as little as desired. We love to share recommendations and advice to travelers. Feel free to ask questions about Montreal!
Other things to note
While our old apartment has been beautifully renovated, it is not without its quirks, namely the squeaky wood floor. Basically, it is impossible to walk in the house unnoticed. If we ever come home late in the evening, we promise to keep our bed time routine to a minimum and we hope for the same in return.
- Use the kitchen, lounge in the living room, and use other common areas, treating the home as if it were your own.
- Avoid leaving dishes in the sink.
- If you wish to smoke, do so on the small terrace outside of the kitchen.
- Avoid private storage space and the main bedroom.
- Come and go as you please, but do so quietly if it's late and use common sense.
- Don't leave boots or other items in the hallway as per the building regulations. Leave wet boots in the entryway during wintertime.
- Please turn off lights when not in use. If you leave the house and we are not at home, turn off all lights.
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I live with my boyfriend in Montreal where we moved about 1 year ago after 5 years in NYC. He works in the wine industry and I work in digital marketing. We enjoy exploring our new city taking advantage of winter activities like the locals. We both enjoy a nice jog on Mont Royal when the weather is nice, and ice skating and skiing when the temperatures drop. Feel free to ask us any questions you might have about how to enjoy Montreal. (Feel free to ask in Spanish, English, or French!)