Chesley’s Inn was built in 1814 by a veteran of the War of 1812, Alsaints Chesley. It offers cyclists secure storage. There are three bed and breakfast rooms in the main Inn. Each has an ensuite bath with a rain forest shower. Breakfasts offered include locally grown organic food wherever possible. Even our bacon is traditionally smoked Berkshire pork from a nearby organic farm. Eggs are farm fresh and there is always an assortment of healthier options including fresh fruit, yogurt and granola. There is also “The Innkeeper’s Quarters” which is a self-contained two-bedroom apartment with kitchen, bath, living room, private entrance and a patio in the yard. The Quarters are perfect for two couples wishing to share. The Inn is in the heart of Old Cornwall, a block from the cycle path and a block from a wide range of restaurants, sidewalk cafes and a full service cycle shop. The tourist office, which is half a block away, has cycling maps and advice for those wishing to explore the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. After ten years as a cycle commuter in Toronto, the owner is only to happy to share some of our quieter escapes.