$128 ‘Grandparents’ deal in Quebec

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Posted October 25, 2012 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

Travel Deal for October 25, 2012

vicky vacay deal of the dayNow is your chance to getaway with the entire family.

With the Grandfather and Grandmother package, Quebec Eastern Townships Tourism has a deal for everyone in your group.

Home to 101 units, Le Centre de villégiature Jouvence is nestled in the heart of Parc du Mont Orford, on the shore of Stukely Lake. The nature resort is a peaceful destination for a holiday as a couple or with the extended family. With a wide range of packages and activities, the resort is pleasurable place to stay during any season. This opportunity is valid until December 15, 2012 and starts at $128 a night.

Package includes:

  • One night stay – lodging in a small cottage with wood stove
  • One breakfast, one lunch, one dinner (buffet style)
  • Access to all outdoor equipment on site
  • Gratuities included
  • Up to two children can stay free per two grandparents.

Vacay.ca Recommends a Montreal Getaway

Located 115 kilometres northwest of Le Centre de villégiature Jouvence is Montreal, the world’s largest French-speaking city outside of Paris and home to hundreds of cultural activities.

Vacay.ca Family Travel Columnist Nicole Keck, who lives in Michigan, had the chance to visit for the first time and wrote about her experience in the article “An American’s first trip to Montreal.”

Keck: “Walking the streets of this enchanting city over the next few days brought clearly to mind the contrast between the hurried, multitasking mindset dominant in American culture. In Montreal, no one seems to power walk to work in a suit and sneakers, sipping coffee and scarfing down breakfast. The difference from many cities in the US is so stark and so compelling, I often found myself thinking, ‘This is the way I want to live.’”

To Book a Quebec Hotel Deal with Centre de villégiature Jouvence: Click here, or call 1-800-567-3134.


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