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Our host was fabulous. He shared much history of Quebec, Canada, and the Oldest store in Quebec City, Jim. A. Moisan.
By far, the breakfasts were the most delicious food that I have ever had in the many B&Bs that we've stayed in.
I had read a review of this inn many years ago in the Boston Globe Travel section. Over the years I tried to make a reservation but the inn was always booked. I succeeded this year in securing a two night reservation over a weekend,...More
Everything was perfect. Rooms are beautifully appointed, breakfast was elegant and nourishing, and our host knew Quebec City history and locations. Home is in a perfect location to great shops and restaurants, and outside of the old city so you are not amidst tourists all...More
They have done it correct! The bed is very comfortable and the breakfast is fabulous. The host, Clement, was always cheerful, presenting the food and explaining about each dish. It was truly a gourmet experience. The rooms were a tad small, but very clean and...More
I love staying here, the home is absolutely beautiful, the market downstairs is fun to explore, the rooms upstairs are like staying in a doll house. The bedrooms are small and intimate with everything you could use and the chandelier adds the finishing touch. The...More
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US$121 - US$152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from 1georgette | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Kalli3. Since you have stayed there before, you are familiar with how customer-centric they are. Giving him a heads-up will give him the opportunity to create workable options for both you and him.
Response from happytrvIr | Reviewed this property |
I believe J.A. Moisan B&B is open during December. The winter rates are probably better than summer or during the winter carnival (February). The J.A. Moisan B&B website should have the rates posted for you to see. The J.A... More
I believe J.A. Moisan B&B is open during December. The winter rates are probably better than summer or during the winter carnival (February). The J.A. Moisan B&B website should have the rates posted for you to see. The J.A. Moisan breakfast, location and ambiance are fantastic so don't just look at price when comparing to other B&Bs.
Response from teachermanMichigan | Reviewed this property |
NO. There is one very narrow flight of steps to the commons area, and another flight to the sleeping areas. Both flights have a sharp turn near the top. I also feel it would be difficult, although not impossible, for a... More
NO. There is one very narrow flight of steps to the commons area, and another flight to the sleeping areas. Both flights have a sharp turn near the top. I also feel it would be difficult, although not impossible, for a "disabled" person to enjoy Quebec City. It is very hilly. I did see some people in wheel chairs, but VERY few. This is just my opinion.
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"you need to climb stairs to enter the building and to get to the rooms."