Auberge Chesley’s Inn is a magnificent centre-hall Georgian built in 1814 by Alsaints Chesley. In its heyday the Inn hosted guests ranging from Catherine Parr Trail to Charles Dickens before being converted into a luxury home. It’s now come full circle and is again open as an Inn/bnb. The main Inn has three suites. All have ensuite baths with rain forest showers.
Guests can relax in the salons, the music room/library and enjoy a breakfast highlighting local food in the elegant dining room.There is also a self-contained house-keeping unit known as “The Innkeeper’s Quarters” which has two-bedrooms, a private entrance and a full kitchen. This unit welcomes travellers children and dogs.