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Morris Tower House

Located at 7 Cobourg Street Morris Tower House is a remarkable work of architecture and design. As it has been since inception, Morris Tower House is available on a self-catered basis with all original furnishing chosen for the building by its original owner.

1600-square-feet, maximum four adults.
2 bedrooms, each with a queen bed and ensuite, 1 with soaker tub.
Professional kitchen fully kitted out for self-catering.
Dining room that seats eight.
Access to private courtyard garden.
Parking for 1 car.
Morris Tower House is not suitable for those with mobility challenges.

Garden Suite

At the rear of 9 Cobourg Street is the original brick structure built by William Hepburn as a cabinetmaker’s workshop in 1884. The Garden Suite is part of the renovation of the former Rundles restaurant and overlooks a garden courtyard. Custom wallpaper based on an Elizabethan wallcloth, an ornate four poster bed, antique needlepoint carpet, mid-century Danish rosewood chairs and Scott McFarland photos are selected for this romantic garden-like suite. It is accessible from York Lane, immediately behind 9 Cobourg St.

400-square-feet, main floor suite.
Private exterior entrance.
Private porch overlook courtyard garden.
Queen size four poster bed suitable for one couple.
3 piece porcelain tiled ensuite large shower and custom fir millwork.
Coffee station and fridge.
Custom window seat.
Furnished with antiques and art from owner’s collection.

Garret Suite

The Garret Suite is part of the renovation of the former Rundles restaurant with original features retained from the original owner's suite. With its sloped ceilings, marble fireplace and tall windows with antique indoor shutters it evokes a spatious but cosy garret. it is furnished with a mix of bright mid-century furniture and a striking custom "sweater-striped" carpet, a loveseat is an eggyolk yellow felted-wood Danish design, the moulded plywood dining chairs are vintage Stratford, dating from post WW11 at the Canadian Wooden Airplane Co. The Clark McDougall painting is from the owner's collection. It has been completely refreshed and it is accessible from York Lane, immediately behind 9 Cobourg Street.

600-square-feet, upper floor suite.
Private exterior entrance.
Private deck with courtyard and partial park views.
Queen bed suitable for one couple.
5 piece ensuite with large shower, freestanding tub, two sinks, fireplace.
Kitchenette kitted out for self-catering.
Dining table and chairs, sitting area and gas fireplace.
Furnished with antiques and art from owner’s collection.

Lake Salon

The former dining room space of Rundles, this space overlooks beautiful Lake Victoria. The design features from the Shim / Sutcliffe renovations have been retained and augmented with furnishings and art from Robert Lemon’s collection. The space features a vintage Yamaha concert grand piano. Available for use for private event such as recitals, lectures, private catered dinners.

Rates for the Garden and Garret  Suites will be available upon request. Details and rates for Lake Salon available on request. A terrace with koi pond fronts the space and is perfect for summer lunches and listening to Barge Music on Lake Victoria.

 

Other Amenities (coming in 2021)

  • nearby parking can be arranged