Bed & breakfasts and small inns
A stay in the Laurentians is a delight to be sampled in any one of numerous ways. B&Bs, country inns, hotels and motels are all available, and in addition you can go camping, rent a cottage or condo, or stay at a youth hostel – the variety is endless. The Laurentian region is widely recognized throughout Quebec as a four-season holiday area, and the quality of its accommodation offer is second to none. Nearly 50% of the establishments in the area are classed four stars or better.
Au Havre St-Sauveur is a new Victorian style inn built in 2003. We offer one suite and three large bedrooms, each with private bathroom and queen size bed.
Located in Sainte-Adèle, in the heart of the old village of Mont-Rolland, Au Clos Rolland Bed & Breakfast welcomes you in a Victorian mansion, once inhabited by the Rolland family.
Café Ô Lit
For the pleasure of being here... and of returning!
Café Ô Lit is located in the heart of the Laurentians, close to ALL the attractions.
The B&B is located less than 10 minutes away from the Mont-Tremblant activities (ski, biking, canoeing, snow shoeing, kayak, etc.).
Come discover this friendly quiet B&B located near the Rivière du Nord waterfalls and bordering LE P'TIT TRAIN DU NORD bikeway.
Built in 1920, this property was the summer residence of Mgr. Georges Gauthier (1871-1940), archbishop of Montréal.
At the foothills and across from the Mont-Habitant Ski Centre, is a countryside Eden inconspicuously named Sous l'Édredon.
Charming B&B located in the heart of Sainte-Adèle, steps away from nature, culture and gastronomy.
For an active or relaxing stay, far from the city stress, come and meet us in our 5-sun B&B in the middle of the forest, and still close to all facilities and activities of Mont-Tremblant.
A beautiful 1870 home in the picturesque village of Saint-Placide, L’Auberge Lys & Chardon offers a warm welcome, a highly reputed table using only the finest of local ingredients, and 5 cosy b
Experience a different Bed and Breakfast — in luxury and comfort — in the private residence and studio of well-known Canadian landscape artist Gordon Harrison and his partner, Phil Emond.
A Quebec heritage-classified country inn, in the heart of the Laurentians and historic Nominingue.
Nature, warmth, pleasure, good food and a "Roupillon" (snooze). Close to the mountain and Mont-Tremblant Village, the original architecture of posts and beams will please you.
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