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Ann's Homestay

Host ID: HS101518

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Available from: February 24, 2020

Homadorma Etobicoke host since 2017


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Rooms and Facilities
Student Rooms:
    Student Rooms:
Upper floor rooms: 2
Basement rooms: 2
Washrooms:
    Washrooms:
2 for students
Access to Facilities:
    Other facilities:
done Water done Electricity done Heating
done Bed done Mirror done Washroom
done Desk done Lamp done Wardrobe
done Wifi done TV done Washer & Dryer
Members
    Family Members:
Family Members Age Range Continent of Birth Occupation Category
Female host 60-69 Asia Other services (except public administration)
Male host 60-69 Asia Retired, student or unemployed
Pets
    Pets
Cats: 0       Dogs: 0       Other Pets: N/A
Meals
Breakfast
    Breakfast
Toast bread with Jam, peanut butter, margarine or cereal, tea coffee or milk. Host cook scrambled eggs sunny side up and hot dogs sometimes. Host provides material, student prepares own breakfast.
Host provides material, student prepares own breakfast
Lunch
    Lunch
Sandwiches, left over from dinner, noodles, hot dog, ham burger, spring roll, green salad corn on a cob, etc. . . .
Host prepares lunch for student
Dinner
    Dinner
Rice with vegetables and meat or fish. Spaghetti, fried rice, mashed potatoes, green salad and many more.
Host prepares dinner for student
Other
Self-Introduction:
    Self-Introduction:

We are loving and caring family. For homestay, we concern for the students welfare and convenience. We will make sure that our house will serve for the ultimate purpose of staying here in Toronto. We love singing, listening music, watching T. V., hiking, camping, fishing gardening, etc. . , We've been hosting students from all over the world for a long time. We would love to offer our home as a second home for international students.

Regulations:
    Regulations:
I don't accept smokers
No smoking allowed. Respect each other. Respect food. No cell phone, ipad and lap top allowed on the table while eating.

Termination Policy
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  • keyboard_arrow_downRooms and Facilities
    Student Rooms:
        Student Rooms:
    Upper floor rooms: 2
    Basement rooms: 2
    Washrooms:
        Washrooms:
    2 washrooms for students
    Access to Facilities:
        Other facilities:
    done Water done Electricity done Heating
    done Bed done Mirror done Washroom
    done Desk done Lamp done Wardrobe
    done Wifi done TV done Washer & Dryer
  • keyboard_arrow_downMeals
    Breakfast
        Breakfast
    Toast bread with Jam, peanut butter, margarine or cereal, tea coffee or milk. Host cook scrambled eggs sunny side up and hot dogs sometimes. Host provides material, student prepares own breakfast.
    Host provides material, student prepares own breakfast
    Lunch
        Lunch
    Sandwiches, left over from dinner, noodles, hot dog, ham burger, spring roll, green salad corn on a cob, etc. . . .
    Host prepares lunch for student
    Dinner
        Dinner
    Rice with vegetables and meat or fish. Spaghetti, fried rice, mashed potatoes, green salad and many more.
    Host prepares dinner for student
  • keyboard_arrow_downOther
    Self-Introduction:
        Self-Introduction:

    We are loving and caring family. For homestay, we concern for the students welfare and convenience. We will make sure that our house will serve for the ultimate purpose of staying here in Toronto. We love singing, listening music, watching T. V., hiking, camping, fishing gardening, etc. . , We've been hosting students from all over the world for a long time. We would love to offer our home as a second home for international students.

    Regulations:
        Regulations:
    I don't accept smokers
    No smoking allowed. Respect each other. Respect food. No cell phone, ipad and lap top allowed on the table while eating.

    Termination Policy
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C$700 - C$900/month help_outline

Ann's Homestay

Host ID: HS101518

event

Available from: February 24, 2020

Homadorma Etobicoke host since 2017


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