76 QUEEN STREET
a private guest house
Welcome to a place of rest and pamper mere steps away from the Stratford Festival’s, Festival Theatre. For over 30 years the guest house at 76 Queen Street has been the chosen sanctuary for discerning pilgrims in search of The Bard and delights yet to be discovered. Your hosts, Larry and Raad, oversee myriad details to ensure a rewarding experience. From our front door, your Stratford adventure begins with a two-minute walk to the Festival, eight-minute walk to the Tom Patterson Theatre, and a 15-minute walk to the Avon/Studio Theatres.
The Green Room
king sized bed/two single beds, ensuite
The Blue Room
king sized bed, ensuite
The Yellow Room
queen sized bed, garden view
BOOKING INQUIRIES: contact Raad AlHamed at email@example.com and/or 519-273-2623.
Guest bookings at 76 Queen Street are for two nights or more. The per evening room rate is $220 plus 13% Cdn HST, paid by cash or cheque. Guests are welcome after two pm on the day of arrival, and room vacancy required by eleven am on day of departure. A booking deposit of $100 is required payable to: Larry Beare or Raad AlHamed, 76 Queen Street, Stratford ON Canada N5A 4N1.
76 Queen Street is compliant under the City of Stratford municipal by-law 180-2004 and is a fully licensed guest-house.
Important Dietary Information
We are keen to present a superb breakfast each morning of your stay. Please take care to let the kitchen know of any dietary sensitivities that can be accommodated. We do our best to facilitate vegan, lactose, and celiac requests. Our kitchen is meticulously kept and kosher friendly, but not strictly kosher.
Guests often arrive with wine and nibbles. A bar fridge is available to keep your treasured cheeses and whites cold and fresh.
We have a list of local specialty delicatessens that are recommended to provide ready-to-go picnics. Please be mindful that the swans will come and visit, but people food is very bad for them. If you have a favourite swan who has adopted you, corn is available at the boathouse.
Many guests are more than happy to make their own dinner reservations, but we are often asked to choose and book on their behalf. We keep tabs on which restaurants are ‘in vogue’ this season and what’s new.