English Homestays in Canada
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Shopping and other sight seeing is not too far.
Beautiful Persian Garden with waterfall, pond, fishes. Enjoy the tranquility right in the middle of the city, watch the fishes frolic in the water and the birds twitter and come to quench their thirst! Peaceful, and yet all in the city
Shopping centre, library /community centre, banks, restaurants (require local transit).
Community is 10 years old and still developing. Signs of nature such as Canadian geese, wild rabbits/deer.
|Madeira Park, BC, Canada: We offer luxury ocean view accommodations in our beautiful geodesic home in a serene parklike setting. We have wonderful views of the harbour, and are surrounded by towering cedar trees, beautiful gardens, a natural stream and pond, resident deer, and often have eagles flying overhead. Our little paradise offers many fabulous hikes which give you views across the Malaspina Strait to Vancouver Island. Water activities in our area include kayaking, paddle boarding, boating and swimming.|
|Apsley, Canada: Our country home is located outside of the friendly village of Apsley, Ontario, where you can meet many people and practice English. We are surrounded by rocks, lakes and trees, so we can enjoy everything nature has to offer. Our home offers the perfect environment to learn English quickly and have a Canadian adventure at the same time. Our teaching takes place in our downstairs classrooms. We offer a professional one-to-one environment for learning.|
|Port Sydney, Canada: We live in a lakeside village fifteen minutes from a larger resort town renown for skiing and summer watersports. Our village is on the doorstep of Algonquin Provincial Park and we had the G8 at our town in 2010. Our home is entirely wood paneled and is directly above a major lake with pristine views and waterfalls. Our farm is stunningly beautiful and on a major Ontario river. Both of our properties have multiple cottages and are in a forest and on lakes.The 2 bedroom cottage is also available.|
|North Vancouver, Canada: We are nicely situated on Vancouver's North Shore overlooking the City of Vancouver, Burrard Inlet, the Olympic Peninsula in the USA and Vancouver Island.
There are two bus-lines within a 5-7 minute walk from the house.
|Middle River, Nova Scotia, Canada: Our home is located in a rural setting on 9 acres of land. There are flower and vegetable gardens, a local swimming area at the river, and safe roadways for biking. The area is a 30 minute drive from the ocean and numerous sandy beaches. with warm water suitable for swimming. There is a village 20 minutes away with supplies and activities such as sailing and golfing. Our home has a large deck and two small outbuildings equipped for private reading or work. The house is a 150 year old farmhouse.|
|Grindrod, British Columbia, Canada: Do you like nature? Live on 40 acres with nature trails right outside the back door. Bicycle in the summer,snowshoe in the winter.
Close to 3 small communities for events and activities where you can talk to Canadians and USE your English.
I have a good library of up-to-date textbooks and tapes for learning English. You should progress quickly in this total immersion, customized program. No smoking.
I am a fully qualified ESL teacher, certified by TESL Canada, with 10 years experience.
|Moser River (Halifax, Nova Scotia), Canada: If you love country life and quiet scenic surroundings, this is the place to learn English by the sea in Halifax, Nova Scotia. We live in a restored century home overlooking a river estuary that empties into the Atlantic Ocean. We currently have a work horse, several goats and chickens (so fresh eggs for breakfast!) A convenience store and post office are in the village, with a larger town about 15 minutes away. There are wonderful beaches nearby with lots of forest trails to explore.|
Burlington, Canada: We enjoy meeting people from different countries as we ourselves have traveled extensively - between us we have traveled to Brazil, Guatemala, Cuba, Italy, Egypt, Greece, Israel, India, and Nepal.
We think it’s important for our children to understand the global community we live in – how people do things differently, have different customs and foods and speak different languages. Our children are used to students in our home and make them feel welcome and give them lots of speaking practice!
|Mississauga, Canada: The house is within walking distance of shops and transit. We are in the city with all the benefits, but it looks like the country. Quiet neighbourhood, safe and friendly, a short bus ride to Toronto. Take day trips to Niagara Falls or other wonderful cities. A detached home with a huge backyard. The movie, computer and book library are available at the house. Interact with students from many other countries. Go for a walk in the park or swim at the club. I teach with a sense of humor.|