- In a private house in 1930, you will be charmed by the warmth of Quebecers. After 13 years we are still animated by the pleasure to tell you about our beautiful city. With our beagle Juju, we are still waiting to visit the beautiful The Ave. Murray, lined with maples and lindens offers tranquility and charm of the countryside. Near the Museum of Quebec, ave. Cartier and the Plains of Abraham overlooking the St-Laurent will accompany you during your walk to the Old Town. Relax on the porch with classical columns. In the lounge, a library filled with passions: travel guides, art books, history, literature and Quebec all catalogs of exhibitions of the Museum of Quebec. Music, TV and tea service. Comfortable rooms decorated in our image. Breakfast plentiful and varied with Quebec specialties is served in the dining room, furniture X1Xe Quebec, we chat about what makes you happy. Flexible Scheduling. You benefit from our free private parking. All travel information and good addresses will be delivered during your stay. Closed from August 13 to September 6, 2009 ..
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