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This Sacré-Coeur property is located in Saguenay National Park, 15 minutes from the tourist village of Tadoussac. The property offers a cabin with an outdoor hot tub and fireplace. Everything - the location is incredible with the view on the fjord at a 15min walk, the staff is really nice and friendly and the chalet super clean with very comfy beds :)
Mon Coin de Pays offers accommodations in the center of Sacré-Coeur, 15 minutes' drive from Tadoussac. Free private parking is available on site. Very friendly staff, welcoming. They were helpful and resourceful as to what to do and see in the area. The hotel is very well maintained and kept. Tastefully decorated. Bust most importantly it was extremely clean. Breakfast was nice. We felt at home.
This Sacré-Coeur property is next to the Saguenay Fjord and the boreal forest of Quebec. The nonsmoking property offers comfortable cabins perched in the trees with a kitchenette and terrace. Everything was amazing, the team was super nice and right there for you if you needed anything. We stayed at the Le Bouleau Penché and loved it. Everything you needed was there. You need to be okay with the dry toilet and not being able to shower too long, but after all this is not a hotel vacation, but really staying in the middle of nature.
Located 5 mi from Tadoussac, Auberge La Tanière offers rooms with private bathrooms and WiFi access. Fishing, hiking, swimming, kayaking, diving and wildlife observation are among on-site activities. I loved everything about it! Just amazing and very clean. I would definitely go back
Nice small town with useful amenities set in a stunning part of Quebec. Anse de la Roche on the fjord is a few miles away - extremely photogenic, while it's close to the National Parc and to Tadoussac where you can watch whales. Unlike other whale trips we've taken, we actually saw a lot of whales - 4 different species.
We stayed here rather than directly in town in Tadoussac. We arrived late and left early so we did not see any of Sacre-Coeur except for the convenient grocery store next to Chez Caro. Nice and quiet though. We did the 4:30 zodiac whale watching, ate a great meal at Cafe Boheme in Tadoussac then arrived at the hotel at 10:30pm. We left the next morning at 9:00am after a quiet peaceful night.
Located in a nice but quite remote location. Overall the place was quite charming and kept clean. Rooms were quite small and to get to the upper rooms you have to climb a ladder with no banister and only a very wobbly railing on top. And no toilet on the upper floor. Not to recommend if you travel with elderly people who are not too stable on their legs - or small children for that matter. We ordered two rooms with a shared bathroom, believing that this meant between our rooms only, however it was not clear from the description that the bathroom was also shared with the other rooms in the house - four rooms in all, which created bottle necks in the morning. At a cheaper rate I would have found this acceptable as the place was kept charming and clean, but for the price I found it not to bee good value for money. Besides there we no safety instructions and no fire alarm or sprinklers visible. With a house built all in wood and no emergency exit, the feeling of safety wasn't great.
Great area for Snowmobiling. Had dinner at the Chantmartin Restaurant. Had a good meal and good service on one day; at end of trip returned and had the worst service we ever experienced. The waitress was rude, unfriendly, gave us wrong meal; never came back to table to refill drinks had to ask twice within 20 minutes. Then she slammed the drinks on the table. Will go somewhere else when we visit again.
Everything was amazing, the team was super nice and right there for you if you needed anything. We stayed at the Le Bouleau Penché and loved it. Everything you needed was there. You need to be okay with the dry toilet and not being able to shower too long, but after all this is not a hotel vacation, but really staying in the middle of nature.