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This is the new home of Baldwin Village Inn. Now with more information and more pictures then ever. We also now have 3 more locations. Please see the website at www.urbannorthinns.com
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Maps and Transportation

Where to find us

Baldwin Village Inn B&B
9 Baldwin Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5T 1L1

Walk Score

How to get to Baldwin Village Inn B&B

By Bus

The bus station is located about 10 to 15 minutes walk or 5 minutes ride to Baldwin Village Inn B&B. Walk to Dundas St. and go west towards the Art Gallery of Ontario. Make a right on McCaul St and walk 2 blocks north to Baldwin St. Make a left to reach 9 Baldwin.

By Subway or Union Pearson Express

If you are coming from Pearson International Airport, you have two options; the Union Pearson Express train to Union Station of by TTC (Toronto Transit Commission).

To take the TTC, you must first take the Red Rocket Bus (192) to Kipling Subway Station. From there, ride eastbound to the University/Bloor line and switch lines (either at Spadina Station or St George Station), going southbound. Get off at St. Patrick Subway Station and follow signs to Dundas St. West, walking west towards the Art Gallery of Ontario for 3 blocks. At McCaul St, make a right and walk north for 2 blocks to Baldwin St. Make a left and we are located at 9 Baldwin St.

If you are trying to reach the other locations, you can exit either at St. Patrick Station or Osgoode Station.

By Train

The main train station in Toronto is Union Station. By subway, transfer to the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) University/Bloor Line and go northbound to St. Patrick’s Station. Follow the exit signs to Dundas St. West. Walk westbound towards the Art Gallery of Ontario. At McCaul St, make a right and walk north 2 blocks to Baldwin St. Make a left to 9 Baldwin St.  By taxi, is about 10 minutes.

By Taxi or Limousine Service

The closest major intersection near Baldwin is University Ave and Dundas St.

By Car

If driving from the airport, take Hwy 427 South to the QEW which becomes the Gardiner Expressway. Take the Gardiner Expressway East to Toronto. Exit on Spadina Ave. and drive North to Queen St. Turn right on Queen St., and left on Beverley St. and then right on Baldwin St. (6 blocks from Queen St.) .

Driving to Toronto via the 401 Westbound: 
Take the Don Valley Parkway south exit. Exit Bloor St. off the DVP and drive west on Bloor St. to St. George St. past Avenue Rd. Turn left on St. George through the University of Toronto campus. St. George becomes Beverley St. after College St. Turn left on Baldwin St. (make sure to make a full stop on the stop sign, police strictly enforce the 4 way stop at the intersection).

Driving to Toronto via the 401 Eastbound:
Take Hwy 427 south exit to the QEW to Toronto which becomes the Gardiner Expressway. Exit on Spadina St. and drive North to Queen St. Turn right on Queen St. and then left on Beverley St to Baldwin St. (6 blocks from Queen St.). Turn right on Baldwin St. (make sure to make a full stop on the stop sign, police strictly enforce the 4 way stop at the intersection).

Parking

You can purchase street parking permits for street parking from: www.toronto.ca/transportation. When prompted for an address, enter 9 Baldwin Street. The temporary street parking permit covers several streets in the area.

There is a parking lot located on McCaul St, just north of Baldwin St within 2 minutes walking distance. It is next to the Silverstein’s Bakery with a yellow parking sign bringing you to a parking structure that is setback from the road. They have discounted weekend rates.  A second parking lot is located just a further 1 minute north of here with an open city lot.

Please Note: While Toronto is the safest city in North America and one of the safest cities in the world, we ask that our guests remove all items of value from their vehicle, including luggage, shopping bags, coins, sunglasses, and other personal effects.  We are not responsible for lost or stolen items from your vehicle.  If you are renting a vehicle, we recommend you insure it against such losses.

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