Make a discovery in Quebec for $235

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Posted September 29, 2012 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

vicky vacay deal of the dayTravel Deal for September 29-30, 2012

Hôtel Baie-Saint-Paul has a package via Tourism Charlevoix that’s worth discovering!

The Baie-Saint-Paul Discovery Package is your opportunity to see this inspiring region of Quebec for yourself! Hôtel Baie-Saint-Paul is located at the gateway to the city and offers 62 fully renovated rooms. Its highly accessible location is within easy reach of all the attractions that make Charlevoix famous, including Le Train du Massif de Charlevoix, hiking, art galleries, helicopter tours, and whale watching. Prices begin at $235 a night.

Package includes:

  • Two-way rail cruise on the Train of Le Massif de Charlevoix, departing from Gare de la Chute- Montmorency Station
  • On-board gourmand breakfast with morning rail cruise (not provided by hotel)
  • One night at Hôtel Baie-Saint-Paul in comfort room
  • Two-way shuttle to hotel
  • On-board tapas by return rail cruise (not provided by hotel).

Vacay.ca Recommends Quebec Vacations For Historic Accommodations

Isn’t it nice to put your head down on a piece of history? Vacay.ca writer Jody Robbins had a chance to do just that at the Wakefield Mill Inn and wrote about it in her story “Inn from the cold in Quebec.”

Robbins: “Many unique features of the 19th-century mill building have been preserved. Room numbers are made from the leather belts that connected the pulleys in the old mill and the heavy wooden beams featured in the reception area are fashioned from old leavers. The historic theme is carried through to guest rooms with exposed one-metre-thick stone walls and original hardwood floors. Of course, all 28 feet of MacLaren Falls is still there, just as it was when the mill opened in 1838.”

To Book with Hôtel Baie-Saint-Paul: Click here, or call 1-418-435-3683. Email them at info@hotelbaiestpaul.com.


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