We stayed for 3 nights at the Auberge . It was perfect. Breakfasts were excellent. We had dinner one ight in the restaurant and it was superb. Our room had a beautiful private balcony overlooking the St. Lawrence. Very quiet. The pool and spa area are terrific. Simon, the owner, arranged for us to go whale watching in St. Catherines which was fantastic. I would stay at the Auberge again and strongly recommend it. What a lovely area of Quebec. Merci !!! M
We had a wonderful dinner in an elegant dining room. The amuse-bouche was delicious, as were our appetizers of emu rolls, soup or salads. The veal was tasty but a little tough, and I enjoyed the accompanying fresh vegetables. The maple crème brûlée was very good and surprisingly so was the goat cheese banana pie! Excellent service, superb wine list.
This place was lovely, and the staff was very helpful. Although the room was rather small and didn’t have much space to move around, it was a very nice room with a beautiful view of the river. The shower was great – it had a large rain head, plus a handheld shower head, and also 2 water jets. The shower was spacious and had good water pressure. We had dinner in the restaurant, and had a wonderful meal (this will be a separate post). I would definitely return to this inn.
We had memories of 12 years ago, so we booked here for 2 nights, but had to cancel one night, so we limited our stay to one full day. Room was fabulous, large with east view of Gulf of St Lawrence. Robes enticed us to go up to the spa, which is wonderful, nice heated pool with showers and changing rooms beneath, 3 customized hot tubs that blend in with garden, 1 cold soak, sauna, two quiet rooms with piped in music, massage room, all with glorious views of Gulf. Gastronomic dinner started with great teaser, some courses lacked consistency (Thai soup tasted like Tea soup, Emu role was slightly burnt, linguini did not match pork.) Wine were very good, especially 1/2 bottle choices. Breakfast brunch was fabulous and almost made up for weakness of dinner. otherwise 5 stars
I’ve been here twice. It’s lovely. But only on the second visit did we notice how dated the rooms are. Old furniture pieces. But the rest makes up for it. Yes, it has a balcony, very dated but offers spectacular views. However, you only get a few hours of sunshine early in the morning. There is a spa area that’s just beautiful, several jacuzzis, lovely pool (the frost fence kills the mod - change it to Glass please). There are small huts with gas fireplace and blankets for cold nights. Even a tea kettle with lovely assortment of teas. The dining room is spectacular. Closed due to Covid this time but loved it last time. Very grand. Tons of parking. From the outside it looks more like a motel and so does the inside. It’s going to take a lot of money to fix it up to a real 4 star hotel. The food in the restaurant is superb. Worth dining in. It’s a 10 minute walk downhill to the restaurant and town area. It’s a very small town. You can see it in a few hours. The beauty is the location to places up the river. Spend 2 nights and discover Ile aux Coudres, Baie St Paul (only 1/2 hours). For gold I think they have one of the most majestic views anywhere! It’s worth visiting but the rooms are disappointing.…
It is a beautiful place but it is not adapted for the COVID time. The mask is not mandantory. The auberge is not asking any questions about regarding the COVID symptoms. The place needs to be refurbished.
The Auberge sits in its own extensive grounds well back from a minor road and is wonderfully peaceful. The rooms are, motel-style, in a separate building from the reception and dining areas. Parking is plentiful. Our third floor suite had wonderful views across the countryside and the St. Lawrence. The suite measured a generous 580 square feet and was well equipped and furnished. The bathroom had an in-tub shower. The restaurant is a very pleasant place to enjoy a meal. Breakfast was very good but dinners fell short of being anything special. Service tended to be inattentive. All in all, our two nights at the Auberge des Falaises were much enjoyed and we wished we could have stayed longer.
This was our first time here. The room needs a bit of love, the furniture is a touch old but in tune with the region. They added some outdoor spas, really nice, adds a perfect touch to enjoy the great outdoors that is the Charlevoix region. We stayed 2 nights, the views from our balcony were incredible, it's quiet, nice fireplace in the room and perfect to have friends over as the room is quite big. Great balcony. The breakfast at their restaurant was perfect. The service was excellent. I will definetly return. A great , relaxing place.
Come here if you are looking for a unique holiday that reflects the culture and beauty of the region. The rooms are large and comfortable with expansive views over the St Lawrence. Make sure to ask for a room with a river view. The restaurant Le Perche Gourmand serves up delicious meals that source local products, agriculture and livestock. Select the gourmet package and you will be rewarded with a 4 course dinner and a bountiful breakfast to get you going for the day. The area offers plentiful opportunities to explore - beaches, parks and whale watching - to name a few activities. Staff were all helpful and polite at the front desk or in the dining room. Could not ask for a better holiday.
A unique upscale renovated motel-style boutique property that has spectacular views from every room. We did NOT experience any of the negative smells or other problems mentioned in a review by Fran H and based on some of the things said in that review, it makes me wonder if she is actually reviewing the correct property. Pros: good value for an upscale accommodation / lovely, updated, large rooms with fireplace and sea views / overhead showers and jacuzzi tubs / on-site restaurant serving chef-inspired meals throughout the day (reservations are suggested) / wonderful breakfasts can be included in a package price / Scandinavian spa area includes large heated pool (seasonal) with beautiful views of the bay / multiple small hot tubs, cold tub, sauna, outdoor fire pit, massage huts and heated relaxation room with water and blankets / free on-site parking / great service Cons: not easily accessible for people with mobility issues / not within easy walking distance of downtown / cost is on the higher end of available properties in the area but does provide more amenities…