Established in 1789, and rebuilt after the War of 1812, The Olde Angel Inn holds the distinction of being Ontario’s oldest operating inn. The Angel’s rooms have exposed hand-hewn beams and thick plank floors, still echoing the hotel’s incredible history and heritage. This veritable museum of Niagara’s heritage boasts quaint yet modern accommodations, whose inviting, old world charm creates the perfect ambiance for winding down after a day of exploring. A perennial favourite among locals and travellers, The Olde Angel has an onsite pub with hearty, English-style fare and an extensive menu of single-malt whiskies.
Food was good and tasty but it felt like they were doing us a favour taking our money to let us eat there. Restaurant was packed with large parties of all ages and NOISY but the service was very...
Just walking by and the food smell was great so we went in and the food was fantastic too.The food service was very friendly too. The Olde Angel Inn (c.1815) oozes history and an authentic...
Four of us stayed at the Olde Angel Inn for two nights whilst exploring Niagara on the lake. Charming historic pub, oozing old world charm and stories. Loved the story of the resident ghost! The...