is situated within the fortified walls and in the most animated historic
district of Old Québec, few steps from Frontenac Castle, Plaines
d'Abraham, Citadelle, Parlament, Congress Centre, museum of Civilization,
river Saint-Laurent, terrace Dufferin, in the heart of summer festival,
winter carnaval and all touristique attractions and restaurants.
This ancestral house was built in 1860 by the architect Charles Baillargé
for Pierre Baillargeon (1812-1891), doctor, dentist and then senator. Pierre was the brother of Mgr. Charles-François Baillargeon (1798-1870),
sixteenth bishop and third archbishop of Québec. Both of them were
native of l’Île-aux-Grues. The son of Pierre Baillargeon, Jules (1850-1945), wine importer, and
his wife Atala Gourdeau (1858-1943), succeeded him. They broght
up 8 children
in this home.
When his parents passed away, 5 daughters, Blanche, Julienne, Jeanne,
Yvette and Marguerite, continued to live here until the departure of the
youngest in 1996.
Why should you choose our property?
Great location, all tourist attractions and restaurants are situated within walking distance from our property
Spacious, AC Rooms with ensuite bathrooms and
some of them with private balconies
Common Upper terrace with a beautiful view
Common Lower terrace with an intimate view
Breakfast included in the room rate
Flat Rate - no extra taxes/fees on the room rate
except the parking fee
All rooms have traditional windows that open !
If you cannot climb up the stairs please let us know !
Are you looking for a room with character, romance and comfort, Call us today !
1-888-666-5220 (US and Canada only) Local phone: 418-262-0048
note our property has no ELEVATOR and is inconvenient for people with
limitations or who cannot carry their luggage up the stairs.
you require special attention please let us know in advance.