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.
Although this hotel has charm and an interesting historical background, it is terrible if you want to get a good night sleep. My boyfriend and I stayed here on a TUESDAY night to discover the...
Great people, room was fine, however they really should tell you if staying on a Friday or Saturday, you will not sleep till after midnight. Rooms are right above bar. WTF! Live band vibrating though...
The Olde Angel Inn Hotel was fantastic. The rooms were clean and nice. Such character. The restaurant had a beautiful garden to enjoy. The bar was really interesting. Had their own beers and...