Step back in time with a visit to Angelica, New York, a town where history lives. Park Circle Bed and Breakfast was built in 1884 and has been lovingly restored and tastefully decorated. Enjoy your morning coffee on the wrap-around porch overlooking Historic Park Circle. Relax in the common room, complete with fireplace. Splendor in the impressive Queen Ann Gothic Architectural style with high ceilings and spacious rooms.
Angelica's Park Circle, and most of the buildings on Main Street, is listed on the National Register. The village centers on the Park Circle, complete with a Victorian bandstand and community croquet court. Historic homes, well maintained public buildings, and the quiet, friendly atmosphere of small town living all combine to make Angelica a treat for visitors year round.
From canoeing down the Genesee River and hiking in forest trails to snowmobiling and bicycling, you will find plenty of fun and exciting adventures in Allegany County.
For the ideal respite, come to Park Circle Bed and Breakfast where you will be welcomed and pampered.
An early view of the Joseph Gillies house, corner East Main and Park Circle. Gillies is standing on the porch at far left.