186 Beverley Street, Toronto, Ontario
General information and reservations: 416-314-3585
Delight in the details of George Brown House – an architectural labour of love. Crystal chandeliers, marble and ebony fireplaces, intricate flooring and mahogany panelling distinguish this carefully restored mansion.
Built in 1876 for Senator George Brown – a Father of Confederation and founder of The Globe newspaper – this house has three private rooms available to rent, all decorated in period style and complemented by modern amenities. Book them individually or in combination for added value.
This gracious and intimate setting – located steps from Toronto’s downtown business core – offers an unparalleled venue for the perfect corporate meeting or event.
Learn more about the history of this classic building – and about the famous man who lived here ...