La Petite Prune is conveniently located in the middle of the trendy plateau area! Enjoy your stay in a heritage house (1890) and start your day with our homemade breakfast! It is close to the bus terminal, metro station, many restaurants and boutiques. A lot of festivals, including the famous Jazz Festival, happen in this neighborhood too!
The word "koume" means "little plum" in Japanese, and "petite prune" in French. This plum colored spacious room has 2 beds, a TV and a couch, and is the only guestroom on the 1st floor. - 2 double-size beds - TV - Air conditioning - Alarm clock radio - Bathrobes - Wireless Internet - Private shower (outside the room)
The word "sora" means "sky" in Japanese. This room features a queen-size baldaquin bed. Enjoy the romantic atmosphere and feel as if you were in the sky! - 1 Queen-size baldaquin bed - Alarm clock radio - Bathrobes - Wireless Internet - Shared bathroom
The word "taiyo" means "sun" in Japanese. This yellow room gives you energy like the sun does! There is a double-size bed and a single-size bed. - 1 Double-size bed 1 Single-size bed - Alarm clock radio - Wireless Internet - Shared bathroom
The word "mori" means "forest" in Japanese. Escape from the busy city life and relax in this light green room. - 1 Double-size bed - Alarm clock radio - Wireless Internet - Shared bathroom
4.8 on June 08, 2013
We stayed at the Petite Prune last week and loved the location. Our room was the one featured in the photo about (purple bedspreads) and it looked exactly like the photo. We loved being able to walk around the corner to the great restaurants and lively atmosphere of the Plateau, and then come back to our quiet B&B. I would definitely return. I have stayed in Montreal 3 times and this was by far the best location and best value. The owner was exceptionally kind and very professional.
Montreal, PQ, Canada (YUL-Dorval)
Bed and Breakfast
Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Radio, Telephone, Washer/dryer
Alarm clock, In-room internet, Desk, Wi-Fi
English, French, Japanese
Love to travel, love to meet people from all over the world, love to cook, and love music!
Homemade bread and jams!
We bake our own bread and make our own jams!