Ottawa Jail Hostel - Ghosts And Spooky HappeningsOttawa Jail  

The central location makes this hostel a perfect base for exploring Canada’s historic capital city and the nearby Great Lakes. The hostel is located in the converted Carleton County Gaol that used to house death-row inmates.

Since opening to guests in 1972, there have been reports of ghosts and spooky happenings – zoiks! But don’t worry, there are plenty of good vibes among the community of guests who eat hearty meals together in the old prison chapel. Your room is in the old cell blocks. The hostel has knocked through walls to make the converted jail cells larger and, unlike the unfortunate prisoners, you will enjoy toasty heating and free wifi.

There are drinking tours and jolly outdoor pursuits on offer for guests and groups. The hostel bar offers you the chance to get your mug-shot done before dancing the night away with the locals who often come to the weekly parties.

Type: Hostel   Jail
Location: Ottawa  Canada  North America
Ottawa Jail Hostel exterior
75 Nicholas
Jail Entrance
Jail gail
Ottawa Jail Hostel common area
Ottawa Jail Hostel lobby
Ottawa Jail Hostel corridor
Ottawa Jail Hostel common area
Ottawa Jail Hostel kitchen
Ottawa Jail Hostel stairs
Ottawa Jail Hostel stairs view from top
Ottawa Jail Hostel signs on the wall
Ottawa Jail Hostel jail corridor
Ottawa Jail Hostel suite
Ottawa Jail Hostel dorm room
75 Nicholas Street, Ottawa, ON K1N 7B9, Canada