On a historic and spectacular hill, midway between Haute Ville and Basse Ville, in the very heart of Old Quebec, and inside the fortified town, this beautiful fully restored ancestral freestone home, offers you a calm stay in this charming bed & breakfast located in one of the finest locations for discovering the old town on foot.
It's located at 54 Côte de la Montagne, a site that connects the archbishopric's quarter and the cathedral to the Quebec port, a short walk away from the world famous Château Frontenac and the place d'Armes, this noble residence will be the ideal pied-à-terre for your discovery of all the charms of Old Quebec.
The Casse-Cou staircase and Petit-Champlain street, the oldest commercial street in the Americas, originate right from here, and where, starting at the Lodge, you'll have an impregnable view of the port and the quarter that saw the birth of the French colony in 1608.
The 'painters and artists' quarter, antique shops, lots of good restaurants and throngs of art shops and beautiful stores are within your reach and all are within walking distance of the Lodge.
You're just a short walk away from the Museum of Civilization, the Wax Museum, the Museum of French America, the Cruise Terminal and the Louise Basin, which is the point of departure for many excursions on the Saint Lawrence River, and just a few minutes from the Convention Center.
Your stay at the Côte-de-la-Montagne Bed & Breakfast also includes daily housekeeping services and breakfast brought to you every morning at the time of your choice.
The Lodge is under the management of the Hotel Le Saint-Paul, at 229½ rue Saint-Paul, a short distance from the Lodge, where our reception desk is also located.