The charm of yesteryear has come to life in this graciously restored inn. The elegant brick building was built in the 1860s by the people of the community. It was originally used as a school and convent by the Sisters of Notre Dame. Located just 300 meters from mile 0 of the confederation trail makes the Inn perfectly suited to accommodate cyclists and hikers.
Beautiful old trim, wide staircases and high ceilings greet guests upon arrival. The 17 spacious bedrooms overlook the garden and surrounding areas. The Inn is conveniently located near restaurants, shops, banking, and other points of interest including museum and Catholic church with its famous Louis Mitchell Pipe Organ. Beautiful beaches, harbours, Stompin’ Tom Centre, boardwalks and other nature trails and are just a few minutes drive away.
Enjoy the morning sunshine and a complimentary breakfast in the dining room overlooking the gardens. Guests have access to kitchen and laundry facilities.