Our guest rooms have private bathroom and queen beds
B&B A la Decouverte, Old Quebec city offers simple but pretty guest rooms with each a private bathroom. Each room has a private bathroom with a large corner shower. The rooms are quiet and are kept very clean by our care. All the windows can be opened to let fresh air enter the room. It is usually possible to leave the windows open at night as the city is quiet and there are very little mosquitoes or flies.
You will find in each room a pedestal fan, a hair-dryer, towells and toiletries (including a natural hand-made soap made by Nathalie!)
High-speed wireless Internet access is available in the house and rooms. Sorry no TV sets in rooms or in B&B for everyone’s tranquility!
Artwork and maritime-inspired decor
The artwork in the guest rooms and B&B was made by Nathalie. The decor of the rooms was inspired by the maritime environment of the old port of Quebec city and the importance of the waterways to the discovery and foundation of Old Quebec city by Samuel de Champlain in 1608.
The founder of Quebec City and one of the most charismatic figures in Canadian history, Samuel de Champlain opened up the St Lawrence river and extended French influence throughout the Great Lakes basin.
Samuel de Champlain was born in 1580 and by the time he passed way in 1635, he was known as the father of new France. He was a protestant which was unusual for a Frenchman of that age and grew up on the west coast of France in the seaport of Brouage. He became a sailor and learned the skills of navigation and cartography…