Lonely Planet review
This vast Victorian mansion has all the period trappings, from floral prints and embroidered chair caning to plush button-eyed teddy bears and varnished sewing machines. The John McGee room still contains some of the inn's original furnishings, including a cherry-wood desk and sleigh bed. Enjoy breakfast amid chirps from antique cuckoo clocks.
Our independent authors have visited McGee's Inn and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Ottawa.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
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