Welcome to my Queendom.
I am not a mistress that constantly travels around from dungeon to dungeon. I only travel very selectively and I do not offer outcalls. I put a great deal of time, money and effort into my premises and preparation for sessions. My personal BDSM fantasy playspace is discreetly contained within a very large house in a quiet residential area in the suburbs of London Ontario Canada.
Plenty of free parking directly on the street in front and surrounding area.
Lavishly decorated, including everything from power leather couches to chandeliers, whether you prefer posh boudoir setting or a more traditional dungeon chamber there are areas to suit.
The upper 4 bedroom 2 bathroom area of the house is dedicated to BDSM theme rooms. Theme areas such as: a glamorous sissy dressing room, jacuzzi spa/medical clinic, king size boudoir, library/school detention room, a dungeon area, large trampling matt (movie screening area, ABDL nursery, puppy & pony kennels are in the works.)
There is even professional photography lighting and cameras for those who would like their sissy transformation photographed or simply some photos of themselves during the session as a memento to take home.
Central heating and central conditioning to enjoy on those hot days.
Visiting London, Ontario, Canada
London is known as The Forest City. It is located in Southwestern Ontario along the Windsor - Quebec City corridor. It can be a pleasant stop along your trip down the 401, 402, 403 major highways.
2 hrs - Toronto
1.5 - Mississauga
1.5 - Hamilton
1.5 - Guelph
1 hr - Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge
1hr - Brantford
30 min - Woodstock
1.5 - Chatham
Close to several border crossings (make that low Canadian exchange rate work for you!)
1 hour from Sarnia, Ontario CAN / Port Huron. 2 hours from Flint, Michigan, US
2 hours from Windsor, Ontario, CAN / Detroit, Michigan, US
2 hours Niagara Falls ON, Ontario, CAN / Buffalo, New York US
Can be easily reached by plane, train, cab or bus.
Even accessible by bus, many bus stops all within a 10 minute walk. (Plot your route here http://www.ltconline.ca/)