If you’re looking for a romantic inn in La Tuque, look no further than Le Gite du Parc.
A sun terrace, outdoor furniture, and a coffee shop are some of the conveniences offered at this inn. If you are driving to Le Gite du Parc, free parking is available.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a park, such as Parc des Chutes de la Petite Rivière Bostonnais.
The staff at Le Gite du Parc looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We stayed here for 2 nights while visiting relatives in La Tuque. We had the upstairs front room that had a king-sized bed and a private balcony with a bit of a view. The room had everything we needed including all the bathroom amenites and most importantly, everything was immaculately clean. The room also had amazing historical detail, as did the entire home. Natalie was lovely and provided wonderful breakfasts on both days. We were provided with a key to the front (main) door, which was handy as we were able to come and go as we pleased, no matter the time. We also appreciated that there is off-street parking. Would definitely recommend.
Came to La Tuque quite late in the day and just stumbled on this place while driving around. first B & B we stayed in in Canada and we loved it. The room was pleasant and comfortable. The breakfast was excellent - plenty of fresh fruit. Best of all the hostess told us what to see in La Tuque before we left.
Very welcoming b&b just off centre of town and within easy walking distance of restaurants. There are about five rooms, all in the basement. Ours was clean, comfortable albeit quite small but ok for one night. There was no choice for breakfast, although we were asked if we had any alergies. The food was fine but we would have preferred a choice.
Very welcoming and friendly host. Nice and cosy room, tenderly decorated and spacious. Excellent breakfast (pudding, fruits, delicious waffles, several beverages) in a nice dining room. We totally recommend this extraordinary accomodation. We stayed for one night.
Late posting this review but here goes... My daughter and I went on a road trip through the Saguenay region in March 2013 so that she could photograph the same towns my parents, her grandparents, had visited on their honeymoon 57 years earlier. We booked hotels for most of our stay but Le Gite for our overnight in La Tuque. This is the original home of one of the founding fathers of the town. The hostess was not home when we arrived because she was picking up a brand new mattress for one of the beds we would be sleeping on. She had found it too soft. So that was the first thing that impressed us. The room was cute and tidy; nothing to write home about. But we had a nice quiet night's sleep and arose to enjoy a delicious breakfast of homemade waffles, jam, fresh fruit and freshly squeezed orange juice. Then in my unpolished French, we had a lovely conversation about the history of La Tuque. Our hostess had all sorts of books to show us. We had such a lovely, informative conversation that we ended up leaving later than any other town we had visited to that point.…