My girlfriend and I traveled from Virginia to Quebec City in February for the 2012 Winter Carnival and had a fabulous time! We stayed in three different B and Bs throughout the week and wrapped up our vacation with a Monday-Wednesday stay in the "Condo Suite" at Manoir Sur-Le-Cap. We wanted to end the trip with a cozy bedroom with a fireplace and jacuzzi tub for two so we could rest and spoil ourselves after several busy days of walking around in the snow, wind and cold. This place was the ticket! It had a kitchen and dining area, too, and a nice view of the icy St. Lawrence River. Chateau Frontenac was just outside the main door of the lobby(about a two-minute walk), so it was ideally located for exploring all over Upper and Lower Town. One night we ventured out to dinner, the other(our last), we just filled the fridge with fine cheeses, bread and fresh pates from a nearby grocery, popped open some sparkling wine, soaked in the amazing tub, then layed by the fire. Man, just writing this makes me want to go back! Sandra and Audrick were terrific hosts, very friendly and accomodating and we would stay there again in a heartbeat. Don't know what the other rooms were like, but I'm sure they're more than adequate and you just can't beat the location. If you travel to Quebec City and want stay somewhere nice and close to everything, yet still very much in seclusion(tucked away in your own private nest), treat yourself to a night in the "Condo Suite," or two like we did. Can't recommend it enough!
- Also Known As:
- Manoir Sur-Le-Cap Hotel Quebec City
- Manoir Sur-Le-Cap Hotel
- Manoir Sur-Le-Cap Quebec/Quebec City
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Manoir Sur-le-Cap is located near the Château Frontenac and Notre Dame Basilica in Old Quebec, in the the most historic quarter of North America.On this site, facing the Jardin des Gouverneurs, a wooden house was built at the end of the 18th century.After purchasing the property in 1837, William L. Felton had the small house demolished and replaced by a comfortable stone house.Subsequently, Doctor Georges Mellis Douglas, owner of the residence, had the Grosse-Ile opened up for sick immigrants and became their medical superintendent.In 1856 and 1857, the owner of this home was painter Théophile Hamel who lived there after his mariage.The Roy family, owners of the premises since 1967, have preserved the historic cachet of this hotel. Their warm hospitality will make your stay unforgettable. ... more less
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