See why so many travellers make Auberge du Mont-Edouard their motel of choice when visiting L'Anse-Saint-Jean. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
The motel features 24 hour front desk and a concierge, and you can stay connected during your stay as Auberge du Mont-Edouard offers guests free wifi. Plus, Auberge du Mont-Edouard offers a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
If you’re looking for a French restaurant, consider a visit to Boulangerie Artisanale Nuances de Grains, which is not far from Auberge du Mont-Edouard.
At Auberge du Mont-Edouard, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to L'Anse-Saint-Jean.
The pictures are very inaccurate and misleading. I would not recommend this place to anyone!!! The rooms and hallways are dark, and very uninviting. The owner was not friendly and I would avoid this place at all cost!
One of the least expensive, simplistic motels I have ever been at. No microwave, mini-fridge or air conditioning but it's clean and well kept. There is an old CRT TV connected to cable but that's about it. It a place to stay if you are visiting the Saguenay Fjords National Park and every other place is too expensive or booked. There is a nice dining room in the motel so you don't have to drive around looking for someplace to eat.
Very well located and they accept dogs in the room without supplements. Owner very helpful. I have discovered a new bike trail. Price very affordable and this is a very quiet place to get rested. Free and very good WIFI.
We are New Englanders who spent two nights here in August 2005. This is a small motel. The rooms are basic and clean, small but fine. The owners, a couple of Quebecquois, are very welcoming and accomodating, happy to have you as guests. The public space is eclectic - funky furnishings and intersting artwork on walls that have been painted with unusual colors for a distinct sense of being in someone's studio. We were encouraged to stay for dinner, and the owner planned our dinner for us - no menus! Just great food - a rich, complex beef stew with fresh vegetables from the region in it one night, an earthy tomato-turnip broth based soup, and a great piece of salmon with a lovely cucumber sauce. Food was VERY inexpensive - beer was less than $4 Canadien. We agreed that this was a place you would return because the service was so warm, and the price was so reasonable. Location was just fine for our planned kayaking on the fyord - only a couple of miles to the town center where we could put in. And the paddling was fantastic. What a hidden gem for Americans. Speaking french or being willing to venture into it even if you don't speak it well is a plus, but at this motel they do speak english and were very willing to do so. The owner was a commercial fisherman who worked all over the world before settling here ("I fell in love with a Quebecquois woman!" he says is the reason he stopped traveling). Since French is the official language of this province, we found that we had to use our less than stellar french skills quite often. Everyone was very helpful and we had a great time.…