Auberge Chesley's Inn has a rich history. It was built as an Inn in 1814 and hosted many prominent guests visiting Upper Canada including Charles Dickens, Catherine Paar Traill and Lord and Lady Durham. Eventually it was converted into a grand home although important early details were left in place. Guests love the fact that they can walk to local Cafes and Restaurantss and Shops, as well as nearby parks. The Inn mascot, a Scottie dog named Hamish, is popular with guests and loves to entertain them. The library at he Inn is well-stocked with books and magazines.
Come enjoy downtown Cornwall, where the streets are lined with unique shops, luxury services, cafés and restaurants, all nestled along the historic St. Lawrence River.
Parking downtown is easy, just follow these steps!
Locate your ideal parking lot.
Download the HotSpot App and add your vehicle.
Head downtown and pay for parking using the HotSpot App, or use the conveniently located pay-by-plate machine or meter.