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Situated in Saint-Pierre, Chez Marie Jo features accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. Fitted with a terrace, the units feature a TV and a private bathroom with bath and a hair dryer....
The room and B and B was very clean and comfortable and the hosts were incredibly friendly!! The wifi worked great, breakfast was perfect, and the location was fantastic…within walking distance to everything around town, and just a short walk to the ferry to Miquelon and Ile aux Marins, as well as to a wonderful lookout point on the hill behind the house. Saint Pierre was beautiful, and Chez Marie Jo was a perfect place to stay.
Just 15 minutes’ walk from Saint-Pierre town centre, this B&B in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon offers a non-smoking environment. Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms.
Josette was very kind and helpful. we really appreciated and enjoyed her breakfast of fresh pastries each morning.
Copper Kettle Restaurant is a superb eatery. George served up an especially delectable lobster wrap. The wait was long, but with one server/manager/bartender and one cook, the full house could not have expected much less. It was worth the wait.
There is an excellent provincial Seamen's Museum there, a fascinating architectural walk around Grand Bank, an interactive geological centre in nearby Fortune, as well as a working outport with marina and fish plants. Not too far away are other excellent monuments and museums detailing the history of the peninsula including the tsunami of 1929, the mining of asbestos, and various shipwrecks. If you have children, there is an indoor heated pool as well as an excellent playground in Grand Bank. We liked the fact that there was a medical centre there with 24 hour emergency services. Other things to do include dinner theatres by a regional theatre company, and golfing at a nearby golf course and driving range. This destination is easily worth several days of a traveller's time.
There is a really classy restaurant and a few basic diners. The real criticism should be directed to Saint Pierre. The tourist office makes a real effort but is not supported by the locals. I suspect the French Government feeds lots of money into the economy. The place shuts down for 2 hours at lunch time but unlike in France where you can get a great plat du jour in a restaurant with workers, Saint Pierre closes the restaurants. Unbelievable. If the locals can’t pull their weight the French Government should withdraw the subsidy. Also, the Canadian Immigration should stop treating people who have a visa and have been through Immigration when arriving in Canada previously, like criminals. I thought the visa and computer system were supposed Link everything together.