Designated a national historic site of Canada, this house perched atop a cliff offers a direct view of the river and its breathtaking sunsets. As a couple, alone or with your family, come and discover this welcoming place and enjoy a good home-made breakfast. Our B&B is certified Terroir et Saveurs (Terroir and flavours) and as the charm of yesteryear (claw-foot bathtub, antique furniture, etc.).
We are always happy to welcome cyclists. You want to come by public transport? The intercity bus station is less than 15 minutes walk away and taxis can take you there. A large parking lot is also available at the B&B for travelers who come by motorcycle or car. BIENVENUE CYCLISTES!-CERTIFIED ACCOMMODATIONS and CERTIFED TERROIR ET SAVEURS DU QUÉBEC
Where else could you sleep in the former bed of the first Prime Minister of Canada ?
From 1873 to 1890, this house was the summer residence of Sir John A.
Macdonald, first Prime Minister of Canada. The story goes that Sir John A. Macdonald had asked his doctor to find him a place where he could recuperate and relax. Together with his wife, Lady Agnes and his daughter Mary, they made the long journey with their entourages (secretaries, butlers, nurses...). Sir John A. Macdonald and his family were tenants of this modest farmhouse for nine summers and bought the property afterwards in 1882. Following its purchase, Lady Macdonald doubled the size of the house by adding some rooms to the west wing (where the living room and the guest rooms are located now), as well as the beautiful gallery which has a spectacular view of the Saint Lawrence River and the mountains of Charlevoix.