Arriving by Car

Arriving from West or South

You will be coming into Ottawa on Highway 417.

If you are driving from Toronto or the US, from Highway 401 you turn north onto Highway 416, which joins Highway 417 in the western suburbs of Ottawa. Turn right/east/towards downtown Ottawa at this highway junction.

Take the Bronson exit (Exit 121A)

At Bronson Avenue turn south (right).

IMMEDIATELY on turning get into the left-hand turn lane and turn left onto Chamberlain before the gas station at the corner.

Continue on Chamberlain for two blocks, taking the second right, you will be turning onto Lyon Street going south.

Continue four blocks south to the intersection of Lyon and Glebe Ave.  166 Glebe is the house on the south-east corner.

Arriving from East

You will be coming into Ottawa on Highway 417.

Take the Catherine St/Metcalfe exit (Exit 119). Stay in the Catherine Street lane. Continue for two blocks.

Turn left (south) onto Bank St.

Continue on Bank Street for 5 blocks. Turn right (west) onto Powell Avenue. Continue for one block.

Turn left (south) onto Lyon Street.

Continue two blocks south to the intersection of Lyon and Glebe Ave.

166 Glebe is the house on the south-east corner.


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

See also info on parking.

 

   
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.