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We stayed here with friends, and it couldn't have been a better experience. It's a clean, lovely place in a great area (right near McGill University). We stayed in the top suite, and it was great with two little balconies and spacious rooms. The only...More
What a pleasant surprise to find a B+B as comfortable or more to one's own home. The Castel Durocher is an immaculately kept townhouse of one and two bedroom suites. We stayed in the Grande Suite( full flat) with our two children and the space...More
This "B&B" apartment came recommended by a friend and we greatly appreciated the recommendation. This is a wonderful alternative to staying at a hotel and enjoy a local Montreal neighborhood. We stayed 3 nights in a clean, quaint 2 bedroom with a fully equipped kitchen,...More
This was my second visit to Castel Durocher. I came with freinds to see my musician son play at a local club. The apartment was delightful. I love this place, it is reasonable, refreshing, beautiful, charming and so so convenient. Located within walking distance of...More
US$193 - US$279 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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