Arriving by Air

The MacDonald-Cartier International Airport is located about 12 km south of Ottawa.

This is about a 15 minute taxi ride to Angela’s B&B, which will cost about $30.00.

If you have time, you can also take public transit which will cost $3.30 and take between 35 minutes to well over an hour, depending on connections and time of day. (Warning: Late night service/connections are extremely poor.)

Here is the best connection: From the airport, take Bus 97 (Direction Bayshore) and be sure to obtain a “transfer chit” when you board and pay the bus. Stay on the bus for 10-15 minutes.
Get off at Billings Bridge. You will disembark at Stop 2A, walk over to Stop 4C.
Take Bus #1 (direction Ottawa-Rockcliffe) for 5-10 minutes (depending traffic). Get off at Bank & First Avenue stop in the Glebe.
Walk one block north to Glebe Avenue. Turn left (west) and walk to the end of the block to 166 Glebe Avenue.

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Welcome to Ottawa and Angela’s Bed and Breakfast!¬† Progressive, eco-friendly & central.

   
Angela's Bed & Breakfast
166 Glebe Ave
Ottawa, Ontario
K1S 2C5 CANADA
Telephone: +1 (613) 769-3794
AngelasBnB@horizongreen.ca
   
Directions for:
Arriving by Bus - click here
Arriving by Via Rail Train - click here
Arriving by Air - click here
Arriving by Car - click here
Parking - click here    
   
Local Transit
We are convenientely located on Busroute #6, and one block from Bank St. where #1 and #7 northbound go directly to Parliament Hill, Rideau Centre and Byward Market.
Bus #7 southbound will take you to Carleton University.
A busride for an adult costs $3.30 (no change provided on bus) or $3.00 if you use tickets. You can buy tickets at the Shoppers Drug Mart one block away (Bank & Glebe).
A complete transit map is here.
The OC Transpo Route Planner is here.    
 
Biking
By far the best way to get around Ottawa is by bicycle. Angela is an all-season cyclist and has a loaner bike and lock available. You can reach most popular Ottawa destinations in 10 minutes. There are also beautiful scenic routes along the rivers and canal.