The Park Circle Bed & Breakfast is a historical respite and tangible artifact of rich historical heritage. Located on Angelica’s Park Circle (which, in addition to most of the buildings on Main Street, is listed on the National Register), and built in 1884, it was lovingly restored by current Inn Keeper, Jane Tylenda, and her family. Awaken in your room to a sound from days of old, horse’s hoofbeats, as the Amish horse and buggies make their way around the circle. Savor a handcrafted breakfast in the beautifully appointed dining room, enjoy a book by the fireplace, relax and watch life go by on the wrap-around porch, or just get lost in the ambiance of this Victorian Style Inn with its sweeping ceilings and spacious rooms. Nestled in the breath-taking foothills of Allegany County, New York, Angelica is a magical portal to another time. Steeped in early American history, Angelica played a surprisingly influential role in the growth of the country. Prominent historical figures like Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton both have links to Angelica’s rich historical past. Whether you are staying for business or pleasure, you’ll want to stay for a while. Local shopping, dining, festivals, farmer’s markets, antiquing, day trips, and outdoor activity opportunities abound. Or just relax at the inn...reveling in the pace and tranquility of a bygone era.