Auberge Chesley’s Inn is a beautiful Georgian-style house and B&B that has quite an interesting history. First built in 1814, it has been host to many famous guests over the centuries including famed writer Charles Dickens himself! The decor of the Chesley’s suites is akin to stepping into a long-lost and romanticized era, but with all the modern amenities one would expect, including ensuite baths and rainforest showers. In the morning, be prepared for some epic breakfast choices at Chesley’s Inn, ranging from lighter fare to a full-fledged French Canadian breakfast spread.

Address: 40 First Street West, Cornwall, Ontario