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We’ve been hosting and involved in real estate rental business for the past several years. We enjoy traveling to new places, cooking and learning about different cultures. As a host (my husband and I) enjoy meeting new people making sure their experience is one of the best. We like to treat our guests as our own friends and family. This is not a hotel, it is a home that we like to consider that is being offered as a second home to our guests. We like to make sure our guests are happy and that they find it easy and comfortable and relaxing to live in. Happy staying and happy living! Your host, Simin
Why Simin chose Montreal
The best I can describe it, this property is within the city of Montreal. It is away from all the noise, crowds &hassle, and bustle but yet so centrally close to everything. The Serenity house is situated in one of the best areas of Montreal and centrally located close to everything . Only 25-30 minutes from Downtown Montreal and yet close to nature, only a few steps away to Saint Laurence River / Lake Saint Louise, greenery. The natural beauty is just right around the corner with a few steps away.
What makes this House unique
in my own words ..... You have the space, freedom of having your own large space with plenty of rooms . The best transportation with all the schedule is offered near the house. Also only a few steps/walk to the water and if you have your own car then you are only 25-30 away from downtown Montreal . It is truly one of the best location in all of Montreal, it is close to downtown but yet away from the crowds and you find yourself serenity in the Town of Baie Durfe. We hope to have you / your family and friends for the most beautiful , unforgettable and memorable vacation "Serenity Dream" in Montreal .
Pool / Spa
Guest bring own cage. No pets on Bed,couch
no loud noise / parties / loud noise after 11 pm .
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Montreal is the largest city in the Canadian province of Quebec, and the second largest city in the entire country. With hundreds of interesting attractions, it is no surprise that this city has been called ‘Canada’s Cultural Capital’. Each year, thousands of tourists go to Montreal to partake in some of its culture, and here is a list of the top ten must see destinations.
1) 1. L’Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal
2) Montreal Botanical Gardens (Jardin Botanique de Montreal)
3)Notre-Dame Basilica - Blasts of color, rare wood carvings and religious statues fill the inside of Notre-Dame Basilica, one of the most renowned and dramatic examples of Gothic Revival architecture in the world.
4) Old Montreal (Vieux-Montreal)
This historic district is the oldest area in the city of Montreal, and some of its buildings date back to the 17th century. Tourists flock to Old Montreal to see such places as Bonsecours Market and well preserved colonial mansions like Chateau Ramezay. The oldest skyscraper in Canada, the New York Life Building, can also be found in this section of the city.
5)Canadian Railway Museum
6)Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux-Arts)
This museum, one of the most prominent in the world, welcomes almost 1 million visitors each year. Founded in 1860, it is made up of three pavilions which combined, feature art from around the world as well as that related to the province of Quebec’s history. In addition to being able to view artwork, the museum also sponsors films, lectures, courses and workshops.
7) Parc du Mont-Royal
This impressive area of green space was designed in 1876, and it continues to be a popular destination for both locals and visitors. Depending on the season, the park offers activities such as skating, cycling, tobogganing and paddle boating. There are also areas reserved for soccer, volleyball, baseball, tennis and soccer.
8) Parc Olympique
Constructed for the 1976 Olympic Games, Par Olympique was the subject of much frustration for many Montreal natives because it cost over $1.4 billion to build but was not completed until the 1980s. Despite its controversy, it is a popular tourist attraction and offers visitors the opportunity to view exhibitions and participate in many types of activities.
9)Montreal Canadiens Hall of Fame
The Canadiens are one of the most celebrated and storied teams in the history of hockey. Sports lovers and fans of history will find a great deal of enjoyment at their Hall of Fame, which contains artifacts and memorabilia dating back to the team’s founding in 1909.
10) Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal
The largest church in Canada, St. Joseph’s Oratory was completed in 1967 and can hold 10,000 people. It was named for St. Joseph, who was known to perform miracles, and it hosts over 2 million visitors each year, many of whom come looking for healing.