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Close to Carleton University, Downtown, Lansdowne, Dows Lake, Airport & Rideau Canal.

Stay in a comfortable Bed and breakfast

Come to your best home away from home!

An area separate from the resident owners provides privacy yet security is maintained.

Welcome

Located on a quiet tree lined street in downtown Ottawa, Canada's Capital. Sunnyside Bed and Breakfast is a very clean, 2 room, real B&B. Features are 1 Queen bed & private 4 piece en-suite bathroom in each of the 2 rooms.


We are a traditional family-run Bed and Breakfast where the owners live in the same building. A delightful retreat on the sunny side of the street.

About Us

Breakfast

Enjoy a complimentary breakfast of freshly baked healthy muffins, bowl of fresh fruit, yogurt, fresh premium orange juice and a choice of hot drinks. The lounge is available in the afternoon for guests to relax with a book and tea or coffee. 

Amenities

We offer a variety of amenities to make your stay with us as comfortable as possible. Free parking, Internet TV & Apps are available in every room!  We provide complimentary high-speed internet access and fltered water.  Guests have access to fridge, microwave, cutlery and dishes. We will wash & sanitize all! The leading zero carbon footprint B&B of all other Bed and Breakfasts, hotels and airbnbs in Ottawa and beyond. 

Location

Located downtown, just south of Centertown in a quiet, desirable family neighbourhood on a tree lined Avenue. It's a delightful retreat on the sunny side of the street.  Want real luxury, book both rooms to ensure the ultimate privacy in your own 2 bedroom suite!

Contact Us

Sunnyside Bed & Breakfast in Ottawa, Canada

197 Hopewell Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, k1s2z4, Canada

613.656.1234

Price List

See booking for exact pricing as we do unfortunately have high priced seasons *based on single occupancy (additional person $20), weekday & low season. There is also a 17% fee for (CMA) Comparable Marketing Adjustment fee

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SEPTEMBER 19, 2018

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

7 pm - 11 pm

The Arena at TD Place

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SEPTEMBER 19, 2018

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

 

Due to overwhelming demand, this show has been moved to The Arena at TD Place!

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats are known for their rowdy retro sound with hits S.O.B. and You Worry Me. Get ready for a stage-quaking live performance!

Tickets for the performance are priced at $55.00, $55.00, and $40.00 (base ticket prices, not including fees). For more details, including complete ticketing information please contact the Box Office at TD Place.
*Original venue tickets valid at TD Place.

”For a long time I always had to go off on my own,” says Nathaniel Rateliff of his creative process. “For the first Night Sweats record, I demo’ed everything up and created most of the parts. But for this new record, I felt like we’d all spent so much time on the road that we should all go off somewhere together. We should have that experience together. I wanted the guys to feel like they were giving something to the project beyond just playing.”

In other words, the Missouri-bred, Denver-based frontman wanted to make the band disappear along with him—out in the middle of the desert at first, and then deep in the woods. The result is the aptly titled Tearing at the Seams, a vivacious and inventive full-band record, with significant contributions from all eight members of The Night Sweats. These songs are grounded in old-school soul and r&b but are far too urgent for the retro or revivalist tag. There are familiar elements of soul and garage rock, but also jazz and folk and even country: the crackling energy on opener “Shoe Boot,” the cathartic sing-along of “Coolin’ Out,” the melancholy folk of the closing title track. “The future of this band is to take everything we’ve ever done in the past and just do it with our own little twist,” says Rateliff. “I hear that in my favorite bands. They just sucked everything up.”

Like his heroes, Rateliff has always been an omnivorous listener and player. Growing up in Hermann, Missouri, a small town with a booming tourism industry as well as a rampant meth epidemic, he started his music career playing in his family’s band at church, but that came to a tragic end when his father was killed in a car accident. Music became an obsession for him and his friends. “We would walk around these deserted country roads and talk about music all the time, how it can change the world and how it could change our world,” recalls Night Sweats bassist Joseph Pope III. “Music was what we thought would save us.”

In 1998 Pope and Rateliff moved to Denver where they worked nightshifts at a bottle factory and a trucking company while testing out their songs at open-mic nights. Their first band, Born in the Flood, attracted some major-label interest, but the pair had moved on by then, gravitating from heavy rock toward a folksier sound. Rateliff released an album on Rounder Records with a backing band called The Wheel, but despite the critical success of that and subsequent albums, he was still trying to find the right sound, the right outlet for what he needed to say.
A set of rough demos recorded in the early 2010s and based on old Stax and Motown records pointed Rateliff in a new direction. “That old soul stuff meant a lot to him when we were young,” says Pope. “Of all the projects we had done and all the different genres we had played, this was the most natural thing I’d heard him do. It sounded like it came from a really deep place in him, but it took this really meandering path to come through.”

Those demos eventually developed into the band’s 2015 self-titled debut, which became a massive hit and pushed them out on the road for two long years. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats blasted their way through hundreds of shows in North America, England, Ireland, and Australia, and they played Coachella, Farm Aid, Newport Folk Festival, and the Monterey Pop Festival’s 50th Anniversary. The crowds grew larger with every show and The Night Sweats grew tighter and more vigorous.

In May 2017, they brought that same boundless energy to the opens plains and prickly cacti of Rodeo, New Mexico, where the entire band disappeared for a week to write songs for their follow-up. “We just did what we like to do best,” says Rateliff, “which is hang out and be a family.” They recorded a number of demos, some complete songs and others fragments or just ideas, but all were anchored by the preternaturally tight rhythm section of Pope and drummer Patrick Meese, then buoyed by the rambunctious keyboard runs from Mark Shusterman and the textural guitar riffs of Luke Mossman.
It was a sunny setting for emotionally overcast music. Together, The Night Sweats created a set of songs that comprise both an r&b party record and deeply personal confessional from Rateliff, who penned all the lyrics. The album recounts moments in the last few years of his life, some good and others not so much. “I remember finishing one song and just losing my shit and breaking down. These songs are so personal, but not everyone will get that. I get to leave little secrets in there for myself, so that everybody else gets to have their own individual interpretations of the songs.”

From New Mexico, The Night Sweats headed north to rural Oregon, specifically to the home studio of producer Richard Swift, who has helmed records for The Shins and Foxygen in addition to The Night Sweats’ debut. “He’s like a brother to me,” says Rateliff. “We hit it off during the last record. I feel like I get what Richard’s trying to do and he gets me. And his studio doesn’t really feel like a studio. It’s in this little building behind his house. That’s why I like it so much.”

In that tiny space The Night Sweats jammed hard, building off the demos they’d recorded in Rodeo. Often Swift would get dynamic takes without the band realizing he was even recording, which creates a loose, live sound on Tearing at the Seams. “Sometimes it just takes time for songs to reveal themselves to you,” says Rateliff. “You try not to get in the way of the songs and just let them be what they need to be or what everybody understands them to be.”

That’s how “Hey Mama” evolved from an acoustic guitar riff Rateliff devised in one of hundreds of green rooms the band has occupied pre-show into one of the catchiest songs on the album. He admits he wasn’t satisfied with his first stab at lyrics and melody, but “everybody in the band would walk around singing that melody and I’m like, Goddammit! I have to write a new melody! But if everybody’s singing it, it must be okay.”

The band took several cracks at “Intro,” a showstopper that opens the second side with a pretzel horn riff courtesy of tenor saxophonist Andreas Wild and trumpeter Scott Frock. A few measures later, Jeff Dazey unfurls a blazing alto sax solo. “We played that song live for a while,” says Rateliff. “It was a jam we came up with before we were really a band. We tried to record it so many different times in so many different places, but it never turned out the way we wanted it to sound. Finally, we just put it together at Richard’s one night. It was a drunken mess, but we got it.”
The album shows The Night Sweats tearing at their own seams, at their own sturdy sound, at their long-held definitions of friend and family and band. It’s an album that builds on the sound of their debut but dramatically redefines what they can do and where they can go next. Says Rateliff, “I want—and I need—everybody to feel like they’re a part of this band. I want them to feel like they’re contributing artistically and emotionally to the experience of writing and creating this music. We’ve all had to make sacrifices to be in The Night Sweats, and I want them all to know that it’s worth something.”

7 pm - 11 pm

The Arena at TD Place

October 2, 2018

John Mellencamp

7 pm - 11 pm

The Arena at TD Place

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October 2, 2018

John Mellencamp

 

OTTAWA – Following two hugely-successful U.S. concert tours, JOHN MELLENCAMP will set out once again this Fall for 20+ stops across Canada for his SAD CLOWNS & HILLBILLIES TOUR, including a stop at The Arena at TD Place on Tuesday October 2. Tickets go on-sale this Friday, June 1 at 10 a.m. at TDPlace.ca starting at $79.

Mellencamp’s live shows have garnered huge critical acclaim with the Hollywood Reporter calling it a “triumphant, career-spanning show” and a “superb performance…still full of fiery defiance” by the Boston Globe. His extensive touring and live shows have solidified the Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famer’s place at the forefront of American music for the past 40 years.

John Mellencamp’s album, Sad Clowns & Hillbillies, featuring Carlene Carter, is his 23rd over the course of a remarkable career. Sad Clowns & Hillbillies returns Mellencamp to the musical eclecticism that is, itself, a reflection of his wide-ranging musings on life and showcases a poet who has wisely used the years between youth and the present day to become an absolute master of songwriting and interpretation. That passion and experience resonates most beautifully in this showcase of his music.

For all tour details please visit Mellencamp.com.

Tickets for John Mellencamp’s Sad Clowns & Hillbillies Tour go on sale Friday, June 1 at 10 a.m. and are priced at $79, $99 and $115.

7 pm - 11 pm

The Arena at TD Place

October 27, 2018

Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson

7 pm - 11 pm

The Arena at TD Place

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October 27, 2018

Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson

 

One of the most distinctive voices in rock history is coming to The Arena at TD Place this fall. Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson brings his world tour to the nation’s capital October 27. Tickets go on-sale Friday, March 23 at 10 a.m. at TDPlace.ca starting at $59.50.

Roger Hodgson co-founded Supertramp in 1969 and was with them until his departure in 1983. During the 14 years that he was with the band he
wrote, sang, and arranged most of the enduring rock standards that made Supertramp a worldwide phenomenon. His timeless classics such as “Give a Little Bit,” “The Logical Song,” “Dreamer,” “Take the Long Way Home,” “Breakfast in America,” “School,” “Fool’s Overture,” and “It’s Raining Again,” helped the band sell well over 60 million albums.

While many may not recognize the name Roger Hodgson, everyone recognizes his signature voice. The classic hit songs that he wrote and sang, often referred to as “Supertramp” songs, are actually Roger Hodgson songs.

In 2018, Hodgson continues to perform all these hits that he first recorded with Supertramp along with his other classics – “Sister Moonshine,” “Child of Vision,” “Hide in Your Shell,” “Even in the Quietest Moments,” and fan favorites from his solo albums – “Had a Dream,” “Only Because of You,” “Lovers in the Wind,” “In Jeopardy,” and “Along Came Mary.” Accompanied by a stunning four-piece band, Hodgson’s ‘Breakfast in America’ tour will bring him to many countries around the world.

For all tour details, visit http://www.RogerHodgson.com or https://www.Facebook.com/RogerHodgson.

Tickets for Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson go on sale Friday, March 23 at 10 a.m. and are priced at $59.50, $79.50, $99.50 with limited quantities of VIP Meet & Greet and Soundcheck Packages.

Tickets can be purchased at TDPlace.ca, by calling 613.232.6767 X1 or in person at The Box Office at TD Place.

7 pm - 11 pm

The Arena at TD Place

November 9, 2018

Jack White

7 pm - 11 pm

The Arena at TD Place

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November 9, 2018

Jack White

 

Jack White will continue his BOARDING HOUSE REACH world tour with a trek across Canada beginning November 2 at Edmonton, AB’s Rogers Place and culminating on November 14 at Halifax, NS’s Scotiabank Centre. A limited amount of pre-sale tickets will be available to Third Man Records Vault members starting tomorrow, August 14 at 10 am (local). Tickets go on sale to the public at 10am local time on Friday, August 17. For tickets and complete details, please visit jackwhiteiii.com/tour-dates. A full list of Jack’s world tour can be found below.

White – who earlier this year sold out Toronto’s Budweiser Stage – has a long history of touring Canada. Summer 2007 famously saw The White Stripes play shows in every province and territory in the country – marking the first and still only band to do so. The tour in support of ICKY THUMPalso included the band’s 10th Anniversary show held in Glace Bay, NS. The historic trek was captured by filmmaker Emmett Malloy in the 2009 documentary (and accompanying CD/Double LP) UNDER GREAT WHITE NORTHERN LIGHTS.

PLEASE NOTE: this is a PHONE-FREE show. No photos, video or audio recording devices allowed. We think you’ll enjoy looking up from your gadgets for a little while and experience music and our shared love of it IN PERSON. Upon arrival at the venue, all phones and other photo or video-capturing gizmos will be secured in a Yondr pouch that will be unlocked at the end of the show. You keep your pouch-secured phone on you during the show and, if needed, can unlock your phone at any time in a designated Phone Zone located in the lobby or concourse. For those looking to do some social media postings, let us help you with that. Our official tour photographer will be posting photos and videos after the show at jackwhiteiii.com and the new Jack White Live Instagram account @officialjackwhitelive. Repost our photos & videos as much as you want and enjoy a phone-free, 100% human experience.

7 pm - 11 pm

The Arena at TD Place

November 23, 2018

Brian Wilson Presents Pet Sounds: The Final Performances

7 pm - 11 pm

The Arena at TD Place

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November 23, 2018

Brian Wilson Presents Pet Sounds: The Final Performances

 

He is one of popular music’s most deeply revered figures, the main creative force behind some of the most cherished recordings in rock history. One of the most influential composers of the last century, Brian Wilson bring his musical mastery to the Nation’s Capital with Pet Sounds: The Final Performances with special guests Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin, Saturday, November 23 at The Arena at TD Place. Tickets for the concert will go on sale Friday, July 20 at 10 a.m. at TDPlace.ca starting at $49.95 (HST included, plus service fees).

Wilson’s remarkable journey began in a modest Hawthorne, California home that was filled with music. His mom and dad both played piano, and as a young “boy soprano,” Brian’s vocal gift was immediately evident. He had also started singing harmonies…literally “in their room”…with his two younger brothers (Dennis and Carl). As a teen in the 1950s, he became obsessed with the harmonic blend of groups like the Four Freshmen, and then, in the early 1960s, inspired to combine multi-part vocal harmony with the rock rhythms of Chuck Berry, Brian found his place in the musical sun. He was barely out of his teens when he began to create some of the most beloved records ever… nine consecutive “gold” albums that featured such classics as “Surfer Girl,” “In My Room,” “I Get Around,” “Don’t Worry Baby,” “Fun, Fun, Fun,” “Help Me Rhonda” and “California Girls”…just to name a handful of the more than two dozen Top 40 hits Brian co-wrote, arranged, produced and performed on with his family band, the Beach Boys.

The first of three records, in a landmark year that forever changed the course of popular music, was Pet Sounds; the emotional autobiography of its 23-year old “auteur,” it is considered by many to be one of the greatest albums ever made. In the process of bringing it to life, its composer, arranger and producer (that is, Mr. Wilson) rewrote all the rules of what a record could be; as one observer noted, its release was “Independence Day” for rock ‘n’ roll. Primarily working with a new collaborator (lyricist and songwriter Tony Asher), the album featured a dozen originals (including two astounding instrumentals); Pet Sounds was a musical canvas as boundless as Brian’s heart.

If you’ve seen Brian in concert, you’ve already witnessed the magic and the celebration. If you’ve heard his records, you know why he’s been called the Mozart of Rock, the Gershwin of his generation. In a culture where trends change overnight, Wilson has gone the distance. It’s been said that if music is math, then Wilson just might be Einstein. But no comparisons are really necessary; he’s Brian Wilson, an American composer, arranger and producer whose work has proved to be as powerful as faith, as timeless as love and as heartfelt as mercy.

Tickets for the performance are priced at $$49.95, $79.95, $99.95 and $105.95 (all including HST, plus service fees) and there are VIP packages available at $250 (Soundcheck Package) and $499 (Meet & Greet Package). For more details, including complete ticketing information, please contact the Box Office at TD Place.

7 pm - 11 pm

The Arena at TD Place

Terms and Conditions:

  1. Pets can not be accommodated at Sunnyside B&B unfortunately.
  2. Smoking, candles, incense and perfume are not permitted any where on our property please.  Damages for transgressions will be recovered starting at $250. per incident.
  3. $20.00 extra for Late check-out (after 10 am) and/or Early (before 3 pm) check-in and/or Late (after 9 pm) check-in.
  4. Weekly (10%) & Monthly (15%) discounts are available. Discounted rates are not entitled to the breakfast amenity!
  5. A charge of $20 / hour or part thereof may be charged for variation from the provided check-in time.  Communication of changes may mitigate this charge.
  6. Please understand we are not a Travel insurance company or a travel agent and ask for your understanding on our pricing and cancellation policies. 
  7. Advertised prices are for marketing and are much higher in curb and area high occupancy seasons.

Cancellation Policy: 

All bookings are a firm commitment by you. Full amount is due upon booking.  Credit Card will be charged full amount with your credit card company.  Upon notification from you by any means of a change or cancellation of your booking we will immediately make the room(s) available and if a replacement guest for your room is found a service fee of $25.00 per night only will be charged.  We can not guarantee your room availability, after notification, if your plans do change again.