Orlando's Hideaway in Stratford




Entrance to Lloys from porch


Orlandos Hideaway is situated on a quiet one way street, a three minute walk from Stratford's beautiful parkland & river. Built in 1879 the house has been faithfully renovated back to it's original historic beauty and charm. With original wood floors, hardware and trim-the modern amenities include a well equipped new kitchen. Upstairs is the spacious bedroom with a queen sized bed and three piece bathroom ensuite.
There is a front porch-ideal for watching the theatre goers as they meander these back streets on their way to the Festival Theatre, and just off the kitchen is the back deck, secluded and ideal for late evening cocktail or simply enjoying our garden.
It's an easy three minute walk to the soon to be opened 'Jewel of Stratford-The Tom Patterson Theatre'. Festival theatre is a leisurely 10 minute walk as is the Avon and Studio theatres at 8 minutes.
The river walk around Stratford's picturesque lake take about 20 minutes, start point is 2 minutes away. Clich here for availability and pricing. Stays longer than 5 days are eligable for a discount-call for details. Monthly rentals are welcome! Contact us at 519 271 7498 for further details.
Sitting area and tv
Back porch and kitchen
Ground floor
View to Cobourg St Stratford
Queen sized en-suite bedroom    




2018 Season Playbill


The Tempest
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
Festival Theatre

Directed by Robert Lepage
Avon Theatre
Julius Caesar

Directed by Scott Wentworth
Festival Theatre

The Comedy of Errors
Directed by Keira Loughran
Studio Theatre (tentative)


The Music Man
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
Festival Theatre

The Rocky Horror Show
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
Avon Theatre


To Kill a Mockingbird
Directed by Nigel Shawn Williams
Festival Theatre

Long Day's Journey Into Night
Directed by Miles Potter
Studio Theatre (tentative)

An Ideal Husband
Directed by Lezlie Wade
Avon Theatre

Napoli Milionaria
Directed by Antoni Cimolino
Avon Theatre (tentative)


Brontë: The World Without
Directed by Vanessa Porteous
Studio Theatre

Paradise Lost
Directed by Jackie Maxwell
Studio Theatre

Full 2018 details at Festival website