Places to stay in Downsview, Ontario

We currently have 11 accommodations in and around Downsview with other regional listings available for Hotels, B&B's, Campgrounds, Motor Inns and other properties.

B&Bs - 3 Hotels - 5 Motels - 2 Cottages / Lodges / Rentals - 1

Downsview is an area in the north end of Toronto, Ontario located in the district of North York. Downsview was originally a farm located in the 1870s near the present-day intersection of Keele Street and Wilson Avenue. It now extends beyond the intersection of Sheppard Avenue and Dufferin Street. The area includes several large post-WWII subdivisions. Within the area is Downsview Airport, the former site of Canadian Forces Base Downsview, which has since been largely converted following the end of the Cold War into an urban park known as Downsview Park. However, the airport is still used as a manufacturing and testing facility for Bombardier Aerospace. Places to eat in the region include Maya, Dynasty House Seafood Restaurant, Pho Bo To, and Cho Ming's Restaurant Inc.

Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the region. If you are travelling in the area, Downsview is located close to Richview Gardens, Pine Point, Silver Creek, Fairhaven and Humber Creek.

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  • Longitude: -79°29'36.186
  • Latitude: 43°43'56.121

Benares Historic House - 1507 Clarkson Road N.

With more than 160 years of history, this exquisite estate was home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families. Feel the warmth and pride of workmanship in this home which has been restored to its quiet elegance of the early 20th century. Begin your tour at the Visitor Centre. Explore the interpretive gallery; become acquainted with previous generations of the family and discover how Benares came to be. Benares and most of its contents were donated by the three great grandchildren of Captain Harris -- Geoffrey Harris Sayers, Dora Sayers Caro and Barbara Sayers Larson to the Ontario Heritage Foundation in 1968. It was restored and fully furnished with Harris Family items and opened to the public as Mississauga's newest museum in 1995. Part of what makes Benares so unique is that over 95% of the artifacts in the house are original to the Harris family and this home.

The Landing Strip - 191 Carlingview Drive

The Landing Strip was planned and decorated to be an extrordinary and unusual dining and entertainment environment at ordinary and usual prices. Visit us and you know we achieved our goal in fine style. The Landing Strip is located adjacent to Toronto Canada's Pearson International Airport and the airport's strip of posh hotels. The club is the favourite of local patrons as well as travelling businessmen and tourists. The Landing Strip is also the favourite working spot for Toronto’s most attractive dancers. Our club is unique as subdued lighting, quiet seating areas and the calibre of the male clientele make women guests feel comfortable. It is not unusual to see couples sitting and enjoying the show. Through the use of interesting spaces and a variety of levels patrons are offered privacy rather than being required to sit squarely in front of the stage areas. You deserve the best and the best lovelies come from all corners of the world to entertain you.

Canadian National Exhibition - Exhibition Place

The celebration and tradition continues as one of the largest fairs in North America gears up for its 126th year with over 500 attractions, 700 exhibitors and 60 rides. Highlights include nightly fireworks, death-defying Skywalker, the Eukanuba Superdogs, international shopping and exhibits, agricultural exhibits, Kids' World, feature bands and entertainment, parades, Casino, a 3-day Air Show and much more. Let's Go to the EX! 2004 dates - August 20th - September 6th

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