Coming so highly recommended we had to give the Angel a try. I can understand why as being I believe the oldest building in town as a must see. What I noticed on our previous first day at hotel check in, lunch and then dinner...More
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excellent service, solid comfort food. love the legend of the ghost in the basement.The hostess was helpful with hints on places for wine tasting
This was a lunch time family visit- we tried the fish and chips, the pies, shared items. The pies were really delicious and I make my own at home so I know! The fish and chips was also good. This is a relaxed place where...More
Tucked behind the main area is this historic inn which is a charming place to grab lunch, which dates back to around 1835. Note that besides dining, it is Canada's oldest operating inn. It's low timber ceilings and bar will transplant y to England. I...More
Pub like atmosphere with a wide choice of beers and wines. A good menu for its type. The food was good and hot and served promptly after ordering.
As one of the oldest buildings, along with an interesting history in its own right, we were very disappointed with the food - which was merely OK and the ambiance which hardly reflected the image portrayed in the adverts.
Last night my husband and I ate dinner at The Angel Inn. Most reviews made it sound quaint and the menu appealed. We ordered the stuffed mushrooms for an appetizer and then my husband ordered steak and Guinness pie,we each had yorkshire and I ordered...More