I'm sorry, I really don't remember the name. But I don't think it's important, since it was the only place to stay in Peribonka (north side of the St-Jean lake, where we were told we would find the most Ouananiche... fake salmons that think the Lake is the sea...).
It looked weird at first, but we had the most fun there!
Our room was amazing, comfy and sweet. Like a real B&B room should be. The breakfast was very tasty and the owner took great pride in making it for us. At night, after our fishing trip, we gather a few items at the coop supermarket. The owner gracefully offered plate, forks and knifes, and even a little candle to lit our sandwichs supper. We had our desert on the balcony, comfortably seated in the old couch! A little hillbilly, but very fun!
I reserved this site through the internet and they were kind enough to put me on a campground overlooking the fjord... Althought the view was a bit blocked by the forest surrounding all the campsite, it's still amazing! Good accomodation, they sell woods for the fire, perfect little campground hidden in the forest, tons of bugs (those little small black flies that eat you alive with no remose), tons of squirrels to feed peanuts, a great and real experience!
Cabins for about 10 campgrounds with bathrooms, showers (hot water!), laundry and kitchen area if it's raining. Hidden garbage cans so the bears will never find us (althought I did had a one on one encounter with a black bear...!).
Althought not so close to the trails and kayaking site, we had to drive to those activities. And they told us we could fish: in little rivers surrounding us, perfect. But the promised lake was very far away, had to had a 4x4 vehicule and walk the rest of the way...
I could not recommend you to stay there for a night, it's way to expensive, but just go to look around, take a cofee in the veranda, it's wonderfull! So chic, magnificient and rich.
You'll have access to the Casino just in front.
65-75 canadian dollars
The most beautifull, hearty, wellcoming house I've ever been. And the hostess, Robert and Danielle, are very friendly and will make you feel at home. Overlooking one of the most beautiful streets of Baie-St-Paul, in the heart of a vast tourist activities hub, 'Les Lits du Village' were created in a old, comfortable 1930's house. The colours, the woodwork, the fabrics, the old furnitures all contribute to it's warm and easy atmosphere. Each room pays a tribute to a local artist (we were in the Jacques Hebert's room). All four bedrooms have their private bathroom and the house has retained all its aspects of days gone by that you'll almost feel as if you're visiting an old aunt. You'll be able to relax and read before undertaking your activities. Since the owners do not live in the house, you'll quickly feel at home and free to do as you please. A hearty, european-style breakfast will be served each morning by your hostess who will have made and prepared the bread, croissants and jams. If you feel like extending your stay, outdoors, a terrace has been installed for your pleasure. Since Baie-St-Paul is located in the center of Charlevoix, you can visit the region and return for supper and stay overnight in the same day.
75-90$ CAN dollars
We tried to rent a room when we were there because we were told it's the best place to stay in Baie St-Paul. But it was full, so maybe it would be better to call ahead.
The rooms have differents theme (comic book, paint, litterature, cinema, felix Leclerc which was one of Quebec best poet), ... You can also rent a small apartment completely equipped. It's a sweet and romantic experience!
Aug.16th and 17th, 2000. stayed at the Comfort inn ( see clip )In Chicoutimi ( 25 minute drive to La Baie) in order to get tickets to the play we wanted to see at Ville De La Baie ( La Fabuleuse Histoire d'un Royaume) we reserved here as none were available at the ticket outlet. Only some Motels or Hotels had some tickets left as this was the last show of the season. We wanted to stay at the Auberge De La Grande Baie in VILLE DE LA BAIE (see clip) but we had reserved elsewhere.
NONE-- but they had tickets that could be had if you stayed at their Motel. We had learnt this by phoning long distance from home to the many motels and hotels in the area.
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