The village of Blyth has maintained its historical and nostalgic feel that is very characteristic of its 1877 foundation. Much of the architecture of the village is derived from the turn of the 20th century. During this era the Blyth Inn was known as the Queen and Dinsley.
In the early years, the inn made a successful name for its self due Blyth being a hot spot for local business and tradesmen. Surviving the period of prohibition and having the inn only 96 kilometres away from London it has grown to become a star on the map for Blyth.
"If you want that rare Huron County experience, the Blyth Inn gives you solid country style cooking and that feeling of being a local in Blyth Ontario. This is the place to be for a quaint lunch before a matinee or the only place in town to get that refreshing beer after your 8pm show. If you really enjoy the local flavour and want or need to spend the night, they have comfortable rooms to stay in as well. It is the perfect homestead for that Huron County experience."
Alex Russo, Food and Drink Aficionado
Delicious food. Friendly staff. A classic Huron experience. Ian McFarlan, 2011
If you've never been to the Blyth Inn your missing out. Their food is delicious, their accomodations are incredible, and their staff is second to none. Tyler From, 2011
The Blyth Inn
422 Queen Street,
Blyth, Ontario, Canada