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Gaspé was much more scenic than I thought it would be. There were many very large hills that were much steeper and dramatic than anticipated. The views were spectacular! In a very short trip we saw whales surfacing along the coast, several waterfalls cascading down rock cliffs along the highway, and countless picturesque villages and vistas. I would highly recommend driving along the Gaspé coast, but the interior drives are also very impressive. The drive from Quebec City to Gáspe is quite long (around 8 hours), so bear this in mind!
The Gaspe area is spectacular . Although it rained on our trip it didn't hinder our enjoyment . Most of the folks we met and all service staff were bilingual and this was so nice as we don't speak French . The restaurants are good ! Try the Cod it is delicious . Be prepared to walk up and down some hills if you go exploring . Gaspe is another of Canada's treasures
I love the Gaspe area in general alot of activites to choose from like salmon fishing, kayaking, scuba diving, boating, cottages, whale watching, seal watching, bird watching. Overall this area is a gem to visit.
A lovely and scenic little town in the Gaspe. The town and vicinity has a fascinating history dating back hundreds of years. Forillon National Park is a short distance away and has wonderful walking trails with spectacular scenery. There is a multitude of activities if you enjoy the outdoors, from sailing, sea kayaking, whale watching, and hiking. There are also fine restaurants for relaxing in the evening.
Everything about Gaspe met, or exceeded our expectations. The National Park is wonderful, hiking trails are rated accurately. Whale watching tours are available. There is a restaurant for lunch, a wonderful place to visit. Breathtaking scenery. Restaurants were great in town.
The trip was great. I loved the route, it was scenic and great for motorcycles. The views were beautiful and the rolling hills and twisty roads were made for bikes! I would do the route again at a slower Pace and spend more time in some communities. The only thing missing in two of our stays was air Conditioning and it was very warm.
It was kind of ok and cool for this type of establishment (Inn with Shared commodities such as bedrooms, kitchen, washrooms/bathrooms and leisure rooms). I knew what I was getting, but did it for my 30 yr old son and nephew. I usually rent very good to luxury hotel rooms when I travel, so I can't be fully satisfied.
Beautiful, large and renovated room with a view of the city and the Baie de Gaspé. Lots of connectivity for our phones and computers. Paved (but very steep) pathway from the hotel premises onto Gaspé's main street where the most popular restaurants are situated.
Amazing location, close to everything in Gaspé and not too far from Percé. Very clean, and well equipped kitchen, laundry/bathroom, and the beds were very comfortable. Would definitely stay there again should I visit the area once more in the future!
The hotel is well-located in the town, with multiple restaurants within walking distance, which was convenient after a long day of driving. The staff were very helpful, polite and responsive, which was appreciated.
Property was good and the rooms were updated. Hey this isn’t a five star hotel, but your in the mountains. This location and hotel shines.
The Auberge is attractive, comfortable and well presented. The staff member on duty was very friendly and helpful.
Location, friendly staff and helpful. Beautiful view. Close to National Park and Gaspe.