Welcomes you to our genuine ancestral Manor built in 1860 by the famous architect Charles Baillargé for Pierre Baillargeron (1812-1891), doctor, dentist and then the 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 one in 1996.
Our house is situated within the fortified walls and in the most popular 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, cafés, bistros and restaurants. Auberge d'Amérique Française thanks to its strategic location in the heart of Old Québec City, is an ideal starting point for exploring all that Quebec City has to offer.
All Rooms are spacious, equipped with AC, private en-suite bathroom, TV cable, refrigerator, sitting area, free Wi-fee. You have access to common area - the dining room open 24 hours by 24 hours, the main terrace equipped with bistro tables and chairs where you can sit and enjoy magnificent view to the Ursuline Garden, chateau Frontenac, Edifice Price, Laurentian mountains.