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Angeline's Inn
Ranked #6 of 12 Bloomfield B&B and Inns
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed September 15, 2011

My wife and stayed at Angeline's in late August. We had the Bijou suite, which has lots of character. Our meal in the restaurant that evening was terrific. The service was great and the food really good. Angeline's is a great get away for people from Toronto. I is a realtively short drive from the city and if you like to cycle, Prince Edward County is terrific. We will definitely be back to Angeline's.

Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 12, 2011

As first time visitors to Prince Edward County (PEC), we did not know what to expect. When we pulled up to Angeline's B&B in Bloomfield, in the heart of PEC's wine country, however, we knew it would be a delightful experience.

The B&B, a three storey red brick large home, with a separate one storey building containing motel sized rooms, greeted us warmly in the setting September sunshine. Before even parking the car, I snapped a picture with my iPhone and sent it to family. Upon entering we were greeted as long anticipated friends and without any fuss and bother had our room key, information on our dinner arrangements (we had booked a dinner package), and wine touring details for the next day.

Having booked last minute we were not surprised that our room was in the separate building adjacent to the B&B. While we would have preferred one of the three rooms in the main building, we were quite comfortable in our end unit with rose garden view (room 7, I think). The room had sufficient charm to remind that we were not staying at a cookie cutter motel or hotel. Everything was clean and pleasantly arranged. While small, there was sufficient room for two to manouver around. The floors were hard wood, the furniture had an antique appearance, and the plasma TV was conviently positioned so that it could be watched from either two comfy chairs or the double bed. We were especially pleased with the local art that was on display.

The room was not perfect though, We did notice that the air conditioner was a lttle loud when it activated, sheers on the windows would have increased the sense of privacy, and the plug in the bathtub did not seal the drain shut. Also, it would have been nice to have had a small foot mat for when one stepped inside the unit so as not to track dirt onto the hardwood floors (it had been raining and shoes were a problem).

We quickly put aside any thoughts on the minor shortcomings of the room once we proceeded to dinner. We could go on in considerable detail, but simply put: the staff was attentive, charming and knowlegable; the 100 year old dinning room was atomospheric with impressive local art capturing the theme of "From Field to Table"; and the food was equisite from appetizer (heirloom tomatoe salad), main (beef steak and grilled vegetables) through dessert (local artisanal cheeses). In short, we could not have imagined a more wonderful dinning experience.

As we were leaving, we asked about breakfast. We were informed that breakfast consisted of freshly baked croissants, local jams and coffee. That sounded great except for the fact we were on a diet which did not permit that type of food. Without batting an eye, the staffer told us that the kitchen would prepare a fruit bowl for us. Sure enough, the next morning we had a most satisfying fruit bowl before heading out to do some wine tasting.

Living only three hours from PEC, we intend to be back to explore the 33 vineyards and Sandbanks Provincial Park. When we do so, we can not think of a more delightful spot to base our tour than Angeline's B&B.

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  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 3, 2011

After an online booking inexpectedly fell through elsewhere (some B&Bs simply do not honour online reservations!), we lucked out by discovering Angéline's instead. They were even sympathetic to our experience and offered an unsolicited discount on one of the rooms. And it wouldn't end there. We were gently surprised by their personal and attentive service. Although we arrived about 4 hours later than expected, they accommodated our "nightcap" requests, though the kitchen was mostly closed by then. We were travelling with our 4 year old, and although the cots were all being used, they didn't even give it a second thought that we had set up an antique couch in our suite with some extra blankets and pillows for her to settle into. They readily offered extra linens for her too! Breakfast was yummy with flaky yet pillowy croissants (you can ask for extras too), fresh juice and copiously offered coffee. It was our first visit to Prince Edward County, and we received some excellent recommendations for our day trip there with the in-laws, who where visiting from the UK. Dinner was phenomenal. Each appetizer could not miss... foie gras, sea scallop, escargot, or beef tartare....they were sheer gastronomic delight. Then the entreés ...walleye, lamb, beef tenderloin and poussin somehow upped the experience further. They even made a pasta dish with veggies for our daughter. Although we were interested in discovering more about the local wines, our host keenly noticed that one did slightly disappoint even after the tasting and deftly swapped it for something more suitable. Difficult not to be impressed with such attention and clever handling. We sailed through several bottles and somehow made room for the dessert we would already know was delicious from our ventures the night prior. Our rooms were well-considered and it was special to be able to retire to bed in the same building as that great dining room! Our daughter was enamoured with the flower labyrinth, playground and the kitty cats out back. It was all part of a great experience and we hope to return soon.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 16, 2011

We stayed in the master suite that is in the main building over the restaurant. Although very clean and romantic with an incredible 'spa' bathroom we were kept up until almost midnight by the overwhelming noise coming from the restaurant patrons...
We were charged a pricey amount for a night of 'relaxation' and romance and were forced to endure voices and conversation that sounded like they were in the same room.
This was for a mid week stay. I can't imagine a weekend getaway under these circumstances. I would never recomend this as a destination. Especially for the amount charged in comparrison to the many wonderful B&Bs in the region.

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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afida2, Owner at Angeline's Inn, responded to this reviewResponded August 18, 2011

Hello David,
We would like to apologize for the inconvenience of the event that was held here the night of your stay. It was a rare and one-off occasion which was meant to end earlier. That being said it is not an excuse for your discomfort. Our focus is always customer comfort and satisfaction. As sent in the email earlier to you, we are willing to discuss this further with you directly.
Kind regards,
Alexandre Fida

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Reviewed August 6, 2011

We tried Angeline's for hte first time recently, and partly because the kitchen is now being run by Michael Potter.

And what a wonderful choice it was!

Superb service and inventive food, with an emphasis on local ingredients.

They also mix a great martini - fantastic with their tasting of oysters.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled with friends
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Reviewed July 29, 2011

On the Canada Day long weekend we drove to PEC at the last minute, not planning to stay the night. However once we spent the day, we decided to try and find a B&B or such to spend at least 1 night. After a few "no vacancy" signs, we stopped at Angeline's in Bloomfield. They didn't have any vacancies either, and were very kind to call around a few places for us with no luck, which was really nice of them to do. They recommended another place they have in Piction, it's called the Fenix. It was a 1 bedroom open concept apartment, with a living room, kitchenette and bathroom. Sight unseen, we took it. It was easy to find, just off the main street in downtown Piction. The apartment was on a second floor of a cute old little house, recently renovated. It was so charming! It had old exposed brick and old wood floors. The kitchen was equipped with everything, the fridge came in handy, it was nice to have. We had a couch with a flat-screen TV, a queen size bed, an eating area, a fireplace, and the bathroom. Everything was new, and decorated in a sort-of eclectic country style. Only downside was it was so hot and we only had a fan, without the fan we would have suffocated. We only stayed the night, so it all worked out! It wasn't a luxurious space, just enough space for the 2 of us, and I thought it was a really fun, cute place to stay! There was free parking just outside on the street. It was a unique place, and I wouldn't mind staying here again, unless it was really hot!

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 25, 2011

I travelled to Bloomfield, Ontario in Prince Edward County (about 2 hours northeast of Toronto) for a reunion with friends. We stayed in very pleasant motel rooms on the grounds of Angeline's Restaurant & Inn. These rooms are part of the restaurant and inn, a beautifully restored old brick house, run by Monika and her family. My room was spacious and comfortable, and the bed was one of the best I have slept in, The decor was beautifully done--much more tasteful and charming than that in many of the big name hotels. As a Westerner, I was very impressed with the beauty of the old brick house where I had breakfast, the massive trees and the beautiful garden. I was also extremely impressed with the hospitality extended to me by Monika and her family. They were welcoming, gracious and very accommodating. The free breakfast included excellent coffee, juice and the best croissant I have tasted in a long time. This is definitely a great place to stay.

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled with friends
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Additional Information about Angeline's Inn

Address: 433 Main Street | Hwy 33, Bloomfield, Ontario K0K 1G0, Canada
Location: Canada > Ontario > Prince Edward County > Bloomfield
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service
Hotel Style:
Ranked #6 of 12 B&Bs / Inns in Bloomfield
Price Range: $89 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 11
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Angeline's is known for its fine dining and creative cuisine. Surrounded by flowering gardens which border on sweeping country fields, Angeline's offers a tranquil stay for the discerning traveler. Recently added: a new master suite with its antiques and original works of art. Arts or well-being workshops offered in Angeline's Studios. Browse among Bloomfield's unique village shops, some of which have special arrangements with Angeline's for late-night shopping. ... more   less 
Also Known As:
Angeline`s Restaurant Hotel Bloomfield
Angeline`s Restaurant And Inn
Angeline's Inn Bloomfield, Ontario

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