We spent one night here, on our way from the Saguenay Fjord to Quebec. A lovely, restful stop. We had a large corner room (the Balcon Room) with two windows, right beside the stream, a delightful natural sound, like a heavy rain on the roof... Only downside to the room is that the shower stall is very small, due to the limitations of the space available. It was OK for us, but it people in your party are large, you might want to inquire about rooms with a larger shower or a tub.
The gourmet dinner and breakfast were both superb, the latter a full European-style cold buffet, with cereal, meats, hard-boiled eggs, fruits, toast, croissants,homemade jams, etc.
The property has many acres, with well-laid out hiking trials,with informational signs about the history of the property - a very nice amenity.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- L'Auberge des Glacis is a hidden treasure in the middle of an estate, between the seaway and the mountains. One hour from Quebec city ! A page in the history of the Cote-du-Sud region is engraved on the stone walls of this old mill. In our cozy dining room, discover the unique flavors of our extensive gourmet menu concocted with local products. ... more less