In 1935, Alvin Baker converted the Lefrançois home, built in 1840, into a country inn. Restored with a great attention paid to authenticity, each of the five rooms have a private bathroom as well as antique furniture which contribute to the rich historical atmosphere. A historical home (1776), a studio and a chalet complete Baker's inn accomodati
Provincial certification(s): Terroir et Saveursmd.
How to get there: East of Québec City, Road 138 East dir. Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré. At 18.5km after the Montmorency fall, at the third signal light after the Church of Chateau Richer. Left on Huot S
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Taxes not included. Reduction: out of season, long stay. Payment methods: Visa, Master Card, American Express, En route, Interac payment.
Number of rooms: 7
Beds single, double, queen, king, sofa-bed, extra bed, infants cot.
Description - Rooms:
air-conditioned, hot-tub, with sink, with half-bath, fireplace, telephone, TV, CD, DVD, Internet access, balcony, modern comforts, under the eaves, old-fashioned charm, the charm of yesteryear, the charm of yesteryear, country character, antique furniture, skylights, hardwood, stone wall, beams, patio, private entrance, suite, family suite, view across the fields, countryside view.
Basic services English spoken fluently - Restaurant on site - Accepts reservations through travel agencies - Wireless Internet connection .
Complementary services: picnic area, patio, restaurant & bar , reception / meeting room, bike shed, bike rental close by, car rental close by, other.