7 mi from YHM airport
- Amenities: Garden, Terrace, Non-smoking rooms, Laundry, Games room, Free parking, Internet services, Bicycle rental, Library, Hiking, BBQ facilities, Cycling, Heating, Luggage storage, WiFi, Free WiFi, Non-smoking throughout, Air conditioning, Designated smoking area, Bikes available (free), Shared kitchen, Lockers, Shared lounge/TV area, Evening entertainment, On-site parking, Private parking, WiFi available in all areas, Board games/puzzles, Books, DVDs, music for children, Children television networks, Street parking, Picnic area
- Check in time: 14:00
- Check out time: 12:00
About the Hamilton Guesthouse
The Hamilton Guesthouse is located on 158 Mary Street in the city of Hamilton, Ontario. It is a limestone mansion designed as a hostel for backpackers. It is an ideal choice for budget conscious travelers. The hostel has four different rooms. One is a ten bed dormitory-style area, one is a female only room with four beds, another is a private room, and the other is a family room. The hostel has several amenities designed to make their guests feel as comfortable as possible. Climate control, including air conditioning, is provided throughout the mansion. There is a courtyard area with a barbecue. Several features are provided for free, including wifi wireless internet access, parking, towels, lockers, coffee, tea, and local phone calls. Televisions are available in public areas. There is also a library. The friendly staff will help guests with any information they need about the hostel or the local area. Travel guides and maps are available. Hamilton has many popular sightseeing attractions. The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum features planes from World War II all the way up to the present day. It provides a fascinating tour of Canadian military aviation history. The Canadian Football Hall of Fame and Museum features profiles of the elite players of the Canadian Football League. The Waterfalls of Hamilton are a scenic attraction. The African Lion Safari is a popular wildlife area. Visitors can either drive through it themselves or take part in a guided tour.