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Almonte Village

Almonte, Mississippi Mills, Ontario, Canada
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The town of Almonte

Just under 5000 people live in Almonte. It is a most charming small town with lots of smiling... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
elgoogsix
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Ottawa, Canada
Almonte is a Hidden Gem for Ottawa travelers - see inside

If you are visiting Ottawa then your SHOULD visit Almonte. It is small safe quite masonic city... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Max R
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Ottawa, Canada
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Almonte, Mississippi Mills, Ontario, Canada
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Just under 5000 people live in Almonte. It is a most charming small town with lots of smiling people, interesting stores and restaurants and beautiful places to see.

Thank elgoogsix
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are visiting Ottawa then your SHOULD visit Almonte. It is small safe quite masonic city with variety of different antique and arts stores. But real gem is hidden away from the city. Almonte is a birthplace of James Naismith - the inventor of...More

Thank Max R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I just moved here and couldn't be happier! There is such an artistic flair and beauty here! The river walk is one of my favorite walks so far and no lack of things to see and do!

Thank Catqworks
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

There is a lattice of very old streets where very old buildings have been reinvented by smart shopowners.. A prime example is the Barley Mow Pub, perched on the Mississippi river, which is raging in May due to rains and snow melt. Modernism peeks out...More

Thank CJIB
Reviewed 21 May 2017

Almonte is what I would call a sleepy town who still has that old time charm. Many of the side Streets have amazing older homes with stunning architect. There are nice little specialty shops on the main street, a local farmers market every weekend, great...More

Thank fluffyb2016
Reviewed 6 May 2017

Heritage architecture, coffee shops, a books store, great restaurants, a beautiful river walk. There is something for every visitor. The own also features an electric car charger that is free for two hours.

Thank Shaun M
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Mill street is full of interesting stores: antiques, toys, Lee Valley tools, books, high quality crafts(The General is not to be missed) and more basic items, kitchen store, and of course restaurants/bakery. In summer a pub overlooking the river is pleasant. The waterfalls are also...More

Thank 273tc
Reviewed 13 January 2017

Quaint charming town with interesting architecture, winding main street, an old 'close', a beach, riverwalk, museums, lots of great shops and restaurants, great coffee shops, book shop, etc. Surprising amount of stuff for such a small place. Great town hall. Plan ahead and take in...More

Thank BjornEG
Reviewed 14 November 2016

Quaint Mill town for a day trip. Interesting shops with many antique shops.Scenic view of the Mill with river walk. Nice varied restaurants. Shop owners very friendly and helpful. Reminds me of Alora but in the eastern part of Ontario. Hummingbird chocolate is a must...More

Thank Mary Ann S
Reviewed 7 November 2016

I went to Almonte/Mississippi Mills for a morning. The downtown area features historic buildings from the 1800s and the once-thriving textile business, as well a roaring river with numerous small falls. There is a self-guided walking tour that points out the old mills and buildings,...More

Thank EJS50
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