Reviews for B&B A la Decouverte – Old Quebec city A la Decouverte is a hidden gem. Like a polished gem it sparkles with cleanliness. Our pleasantly engaging hostess Nathalie has over 16 years of experience. Her attention to detail shows in her B&B’s cleanliness, daily fresh home made breads and fruit and continued informative… Continue reading Reviews for B&B A la Decouverte – Old Quebec city
[:en] History at every corner & authentic people Be transported a few centuries back in time ! Find history at every corner & authentic people. Enjoy the authenticity, history and friendliness of old Quebec city and its people. Yes, people will stop to help with your map and direct you to the best restaurant or… Continue reading History at every corner & authentic people
[:en] A cozy stay in the old city ! Cozy and quiet rooms with en suite bathroom and queen beds Sleep tight in cozy and quiet rooms at B&B A la Decouverte in the old town of Quebec city. We offers simple but pretty guest rooms. Each room has an en suite bathroom with a large… Continue reading A cozy stay in the old city of Quebec !
[:en] The old port and waterfront area are an integral part of Old Quebec and are not to be missed ! Feel the sea breeze coming in from the old port of Quebec city ! The St-Lawrence river is generous and feels more like an estuary than a river. The central location of our B&B ensures… Continue reading Feel the sea breeze coming in from the old port
[:en] Our B&B is centrally located Our home is a cozy and quaint 19th century house centrally located in the old town of Quebec city : a quiet area, near the marina and waterfront section of the old town. The best view of the Chateau Frontenac is probably the one from the old port ! You… Continue reading Cosy B&B centrally located in the old town of Quebec
[:en] Old Quebec city is the closest you will ever get to experiencing New France ! 1534 – 1763 New France was the area colonized by France in North America during a period beginning with the exploration of the Saint Lawrence River by Jacques Cartier in 1534 and ending with the cession of New France… Continue reading Old France