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.
At km 141.5 of the "P'Tit Train du Nord" trail. Yolande and Ignacewelcome you. Living room with fireplace. Terrace with view of the lake and park. Meeting room. Fully licensed.
Located in the magnificent region of Sainte-Adèle in the Laurentians, the Auberge de la Gare is a heritage property built in 1891 beside the railway tracks of the P'tit Train du Nord. In the early
Come and get pampered in a health haven beside the bicycle path "Le P'tit Train du Nord", just 10 minutes away from Mont-Tremblant.
This charming Bed & Breakfast is located a half kilometer from the linear park "Le P'tit Train du Nord" and is less than 10 minutes from Tremblant.
The B&B is located less than 10 minutes away from the Mont-Tremblant activities (ski, biking, canoeing, snow shoeing, kayak, etc.).
Authentic Victorian ancestral house (1890) located across from Mont-Blanc, in the proximity of Mont-Tremblant (tourist complex and park) and a few minutes from the Linear Park.
Located in the very heart of the village of Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré, between the mountain and the lake, Gîte de la Gare is a lovely period house.
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
At the foothills and across from the Mont-Habitant Ski Centre, is a countryside Eden inconspicuously named Sous l'Édredon.
Built in 1920, this property was the summer residence of Mgr. Georges Gauthier (1871-1940), archbishop of Montréal.
A Québec heritage-classified country inn, in the heart of the Laurentians and historic Nominingue.
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.
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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