Spent a few nights at La Mansarde in late July. Everything was great. Extremely clean, large room with fridge and, in our case, separate entrance and terrace. Great breakfast included in rate which could be had inside or outside on the porch. Service was excellent, friendly and all questions and special requests were handled well. Located in Cap a l'Aigle which is just outside of La Malbaie. The area is very scenic with great views of the river while walking down the street yet only a 5-10 min drive to La Malbaie for restaurants, groceries, shops,... Overall, it was an excellent stay. and already reserved a return trip. Strongly recommend.
This lovely large century old B & B had many rooms, but it was all so well appointed and planned that we never heard anyone else. The floors were of old polished wood, well maintained..Our party of 3 had a suite of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living area and private entry to the suite from the hall (second floor). It was such a surprise to see four other tables occupied at breakfast. This meal was outstanding.....in quality and service. Friendly and welcoming hostess/owner., who recommended a place to eat dinner the first night, right on the water. Definitely we would return!
Had a beautiful room with our own private deck overlooking the garden. Breakfast was amazing!! Room was recently renovated and very clean. Only a 5-minute drive into town so location is very convenient. Highly recommend this B&B if you are in the area.
Lovely large bed & breakfast in beauiful location across the street from the St. Lawrence River. Beautiful home with many rooms. Our room was large, divided into two areas with two beds, couch, private washroom. The beds were on the firm side. Friendly and courteous owners who went out of their way to provide us an early breakfast as we were checking out early. Lovely grounds surrounding this charming bed & breakfast.
We stayed one night in a superior queen room that faced out onto the front yard and driveway. The room was very clean, and had a queen bed as well as a double bed on the other side of a partial wall - lots of space. Very nice linens on the bed. The auberge is a century year old large home, and the floors are interesting (and quite creaky in spots!). There was a sink in the room, and a separate bathroom. Our hostess was very friendly and provided us a breakfast that was delicious, and plentiful. We had scrambled eggs that were nicely presented. Plus, there were lots of breads and jams. The auberge is about a 20-minute walk from the local marina where there is a nice restaurant right on the St. Lawrence, and where you can whale watch from chairs that are provided (we saw several whales). If you plan to stay here, you should note that you cannot see the St. Lawrence River from it. All in all, we had a very nice stay.…