109 Brunswick St., Stratford
A LITERARY BED & BREAKFAST: “Visitors looking for a literary environment need look no further.” New York Times “A Touch of Birds, Buddha & the Goddess” Downtown location. A few minutes walk from the Avon & Studio Theatres, in a unique 1857 Victorian home, built by Dr.Peter Shaver, Stratford’s first physician. He graduated from McMaster University in 1848 and was famed for the finest pair of sorrel carriage horses in Perth County. We provide a healthy, full breakfast in an artistic & antique atmosphere, with a photo gallery of authors in the dining room. We offer a large family room, twins & doubles, with walnut ceiling fans & ten-foot ceilings, and a large pine verandah. Includes an exceptional library, lots of artwork, a piano & free parking. Bathrooms are shared. Central air-conditioning. Located a 2 minute walk from the Avon/Studio Theatres, 8 minutes walk to the Tom Patterson Theatre, 15 minute walk to the Festival Theatre.