We did not like the continental breakfast very much. The coffee would be OK for general tourists from North America who like brewed coffee that is not very strong. Coming from Europe, we would have preferred an espresso option on the machine.
And the rest of the breakfast was very ordinary: the croissants were a bit like stale bread (we live in France so this is perhaps not a fair comparison to make!), some fruit such as apples or diced melon, yoghurt and jam.
The hotel is very calm and quiet even though it is located right in the middle of the Upper Town of Old Quebec and right near the famous Chateau Frontenac.
The owners, mother and daughter, are very charming,friendly and welcoming and were able to give lots of advice about where to find museums, restaurants and shops.
The decor is very special in the hotel, with each room having its own color scheme and quite exquisite period furnishings.
There is also a pretty courtyard at the back and a terrace where one can take breakfast.
Altogether, a very charming place to stay. We will come back (apart from breakfast - see comments on this)