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“A distinctive and remarkable hotel, set on a working farm in the heart of Baie-Saint-Paul. The sleek and carefully designed modern rooms offer spectacular views. A range of restaurants all serve produce directly from the land, fresh full flavours are key. A real show stopper! ”

“A distinctive and remarkable hotel, set on a working farm in the heart of Baie-Saint-Paul. The sleek and carefully designed modern rooms offer spectacular views. A range of restaurants all serve produce directly from the land, fresh full flavours are key. A real show stopper! ”

Hotel Review

It's hard to pin down a favourite room (they all scream originality and offer their own quirky perks) but Le Clos, meaning the enclosure, wins out for us. There is a raw, slightly barn-like quality to the structure, with Hanging Edison lamps and exposed wood beams. However this first impression fades to periphery as you observe the luxurious fourposter bed, sumptuous linen, elegant chez lounge and freestanding bath. Everything in the hotel has been carefully crafted and designed by local artisan carpenters and sculptors. The food is to die for, with everything from Tapas to pizza and fine dining. The working farm supplies the produce so you can rest assured it is fresh, seasonal and about as local as you can get!
Recommended for
  • Eco break
  • The hotel has its own train station, it locally sources goods and produce, uses geothermal energy, and recycled rainwater
  • Great walks
  • Be sure to bring your walking boots, Parc national des Grands-Jardins is famed for its hiking trails
  • Skiing
  • If you come in winter don't forget your skis- a train runs from the hotel directly to Le Massif
  • Local markets
  • On sundays the hotels' farm produce is up for grabs at their very own on site farmers market
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • In the winter months staff build bonfires in the main square and construct a skating rink
  • Museums
  • The Baie-Saint-Paul's Contemporary Art Museum 23 is just a few steps from the hotel
  • Back to Nature
  • Set on a working farm, complete with bee hives, vegtable gardens and sheep!

Recommended For

  • Eco break
  • The hotel has its own train station, it locally sources goods and produce, uses geothermal energy, and recycled rainwater
  • Great walks
  • Be sure to bring your walking boots, Parc national des Grands-Jardins is famed for its hiking trails
  • Skiing
  • If you come in winter don't forget your skis- a train runs from the hotel directly to Le Massif
  • Local markets
  • On sundays the hotels' farm produce is up for grabs at their very own on site farmers market
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • In the winter months staff build bonfires in the main square and construct a skating rink
  • Museums
  • The Baie-Saint-Paul's Contemporary Art Museum 23 is just a few steps from the hotel
  • Back to Nature
  • Set on a working farm, complete with bee hives, vegtable gardens and sheep!
  • Full of character
  • Designer
  • Views
  • Romantic
  • Luxury
  • Contemporary
  • Wellbeing
  • Farmhouse
  • Child friendly
  • Gym
  • Artworks
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Hills & mountains

Facilities

  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Wifi
  • Views
  • Games room
  • Parking
  • Bar
  • Sauna/Steam
  • Massage
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Garden
  • Child friendly
  • Sitting Room
  • Suites
  • Hot Tub
  • Air conditioning

Activities

  • Great walks
  • Be sure to bring your walking boots, Parc national des Grands-Jardins is famed for its hiking trails
  • Skiing
  • If you come in winter don't forget your skis- a train runs from the hotel directly to Le Massif
  • Local markets
  • On sundays the hotels' farm produce is up for grabs at their very own on site farmers market
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • In the winter months staff build bonfires in the main square and construct a skating rink
  • Museums
  • The Baie-Saint-Paul's Contemporary Art Museum 23 is just a few steps from the hotel

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"Throughout, the hotel has employed the talents of a long list of local sculptors and wood carvers, as well as furnisher makers for everything from tables and chairs to beds and sofas, and artisans who produce lamps and custom bedding."

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