Quebec Accommodation and lodging listings

Montreal and Quebec City offer old world charm right at home. highly cultured, zesty, and historic. The St. Lawrence River and the Gaspe delight those looking for rural charm on the seashore. The Eastern Townships are a Garden of Eden for nature lovers! Hiking, cycling and horseback-riding trails abound in this holiday haven. The boreal forests of the Far North provide wilderness adventures, hunting and fishing. The Appalachian mountain chain is a hotspot for hikers and skiers.

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Hotel Ambassadeur

Approx 1km away in Beauport:

The Hotel Ambassador on view of the St-Lawrence River and at 5 minutes from the Old Quebec by car is the place to be for your next stay in Quebec. For business or pleasure our devoted staff will attend to your every need.

Photograph of Hotel Ambassadeur, Beauport
321, boul. Ste-Anne
Beauport, Quebec
G1E 3L4

Les Bons Matins Montreal Bed and Breakfast

Approx 2km away in Montreal:

My name is Harold Côté, and for the last twelve years I've been the owner and operator of downtown Montreal's Petite auberge Les Bons Matins B&B.

Photograph of Les Bons Matins Montreal Bed and Breakfast, Montreal
1401 Argyle Avenue
Montreal, Quebec
H3G 1V5

Comfort Inn

Approx 1km away in Thetford Mines:

The Comfort Inn Thetford Mines is located 2km from downtown and minutes from the Parc National de Frontenac, Cegep de Thetford, Mont Adstock and the Club de Golf & Curling de Thetford Mines. A selection of restaurants and specialty shops are within walking distance.

Photograph of Comfort Inn, Thetford Mines
123 boul. Smith South
Thetford Mines, Quebec

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

Quebec has numerous golf courses, and enormous lakes, perfect for swimming or boating, are everywhere you look! Here and there, long rivers flow under old covered bridges. Picturesque villages with Anglo-Saxon charm flourish with theatre, art galleries and antique shops. Victorian-style houses have been converted into quaint inns and bed and breakfasts. Country-style restaurants, sugar shacks, vineyards and cider houses are everywhere in this land blessed by nature. Vacation this year in the Belle Province, Quebec!

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