We only stayed there for one night and had to leave early the next morning so we didn't get to see everything around the hotel that we wanted. We all agreed that we would come back and stay for the weekend so that we could fully enjoy this amazing hotel/resort. We were in complete awe of this place. The staff were so accommodating and the place was absolutely stunning. Next time we want to make it to the golf course.
We are definitely going to come back.
The bilingual staff were extremely nice. The lovely scent of the lavender growing on the property perfumed the air. The view from our room of the St. Lawrence River was lovely, but the furnishings in the room were quite worn. The inn was quite isolated and not near any other restaurants or entertainment, and the road into town was not well lit. The dinner we had at the restaurant on the premises was gourmet quality, but there is no option if you feel like an inexpensive lighter meal.
Traveller from Toronto
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The hotel is a bit old, but the rooms were comfortable and spacious. When we arrived, our booking was lost, but they managed to give us a room right away, but made the booking for 2 nights instead of one. Friendly staff, but they spoke very little English ... Breakfast room was very crowded and understaffed.
My wife and I stayed in the Auberge Fleur de Lune in La Malbaie in June 2013 on trip through Eastern Canada from Quebec to Nova Scotia. We were quite pleased with everything about the bed and breakfast. It's located just a few minutes outside of the town proper, easily accessible, and on a short road where several, more expensive bed and breakfasts are also located. It offers individual balconies with lovely distant views overlooking the St. Lawrence River in the distance and has several other places, including a long sloping garden space, where one can read or converse. Our room was small (because we chose the least expensive) but still more than adequate, quite comfortably furnished; the free breakfast was great, and the friendliness and service of the host was very helpful -- from an excellent restaurant recommendation, to supplying our needs for the future trip, to offering to provide our breakfast extra early so we could make the ferry across the St. Lawrence. Indeed, it is a fine place to stay if you need an overnight before catching the Ferry some 20 minutes or so North.
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