In the heart of the Annex, this renovated 1889 house is a typical example of Toronto Victorian architecture, handily located next to Spadina subway station. With only ten rooms, the Global is intimate, but it's not a B&B. It doesn't serve breakfast, but there are free hot and cold drinks in the common room - presumably the reason owners Norman and Rhona Singer call the place a 'Bed and Tea'. Not all rooms have en-suite bathrooms; most are flamboyantly decorated. The backyard is available for use. There are two parking spots if reserved in advance.