Au Petit Chateau is located 5 minutes driving to the Ferry to Old Quebec. All our rooms are furnished with genuine antiques and most have exceptional views over the St-Lawrence River. A Bed and Breakfast in a Private Home. For your comfort, Queen and Double beds, air conditioning, wireless Internet, refrigerators, fireplaces, plush terrycloth bathrobes and many more luxury amenities. A Full Breakfast is served in our Victorian dining room in a very cozy atmosphere. Lounge chairs on our large Victorian veranda overlooking the St-Lawrence River. Beautiful gardens and complementary BBQs. Bike rentals on site.
The Tower Loft Suite: A 900 Square foot 2-bedroom Suite with Kitchen and Living Room. From CAD$129. The Loft Tower Suite occupies the entire third floor of the building. It includes a Master Bedroom with Queen Size, a living room with a hide-a-bed, a second small room with a single bed, a fully equipped kitchen, a private bathroom with washer and dryer. Maximum 3 adults or Family of 4. This Tower Suite is very quiet and a Great Romantic escape, ideal for longer stays, small families, honeymooners and for special occasions.
The Tower Room Beautiful Room with a Great River View and Reading Corner (Size of Room is 11 X 15 feet, plus 8 X 9 ensuite bathroom). CAD$119 Bathrooms:Private, ensuite Beds: Double.Crib on request. Technology: Phone, Internet. Amenities: Fireplace, Fridge, Air Conditioning, Clock Radio,Iron and Board, Desk.
The Marie-Christine Room. Beautiful Room with a Great River View (Room Size is 10 X 16 feet). CAD$89 Bathrooms: Shared with the Queen Room. Beds: Double.Crib on request. Technology: Phone, Internet. Amenities: Fireplace, Fridge, Air Conditioning, Clock Radio,Iron and Board, Desk.
The Queen Room A beautiful Room furnished in Louis XV, Baldaquin Queen (Room Size is 12 X 15 feet) CAD$89 Bathrooms: Shared with the Marie-Christine Beds: Double.Crib on request. Technology: Phone, Internet. Amenities: Fireplace, Fridge, Air Conditioning, Clock Radio,Iron and Board, Desk.
5 on August 19, 2012
Au Petit Chateau is a hundred year old house with four gorgeous rooms. The owners, Richard and Helene, are incredibly nice and full of information about the area. If you love to bike, this location is perfect. You can cross the river from Levis and be in Old Quebec in 10 minutes and take advantage of many beautiful bike paths, restaurants, restaurants and lots of history. On the Levi side, our favorite ride was from St. Henri to St Claire, through rolling fields of wheat, clover, corn and beans. Beautiful farms are along the way and you can bike forever. Helene and Richard are both bicycle enthusiasts and they can offer a million suggestions for beautiful rides. They have lovingly redone every inch of this old house with beautiful furniture, paintings, gorgeous wallpaper, etc...... The breakfast is to die for. What more could we have wanted? Wonderful people, beautiful and confortable lodging, delicious food, and all the help we could need. This place is a gem!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
5 on June 23, 2012
We chose Au Petit Château for a two-night stay in the Quebec City area. It was a 100% positive experience for us. Our host and hostess, Richard and Hélène were friendly and helpful, and within moments we felt like we were staying with family. They know the area very well, speak fluent English, and were happy to answer our questions and make helpful recommendations. Other guests were there, and we all enjoyed stimulating conversation and exceptional home-cooked breakfast together. The suite was lovely, clean, quiet and comfortable. WiFI was effortless to make work with a great hight-speed connection. Parking is conveniently on the property where your car is safe and secure. Overall, we were very happy with the accomodations. Au Petit Château is in Levis, across the river from Old Quebec City. The recommended way to get from the B&B to Old Quebec is the ferry, which is a short drive and on the same street (no turns necessary). The ferry runs every half hour most of the day and every hour late at night. You can ditch your car at the ferry in Levis, enjoy the ferry ride, and arrive in Old Quebec city in minutes. Once there, you find you are far better off on foot. So, this solution worked very well for us. Note the ferry's last run back to Levis is at 2:20 AM. We would not hesitate to recommend this B&B. And, the next time we return to this area, we will absolutely stay at Au Petit Château again.
5 on October 10, 2011
During a one week stay, we enjoyed both the Tower Room and the Tower Suite. The Secret Garden was simply Eden. There we were, sipping wine on a glider next to a pleasant waterfall, and picking up the most delicious macIntosh apples to eat, as they dropped to the ground from the adjacent shade tree. The house was meticulous. The ferry passes to QC were free. The guests were very happy with their choice. The owners were delightful, and while Richard is an artist on canvas, Helene is an artist in the kitchen. All daily explorations began with a wonderful breakfast from a pantry filled with smiles, great conversation, and amazing food! Merci, Helene! La vie c'est bon!
4.0 on July 05, 2011
We had an amazing stay at 'Au petit Chateau' The place was beautiful and in a very nice, quiet neighborhood. It was nice to be close to the old Quebec City, but we also loved the way we could wind down. Reading a book on the veranda, eating outside in the garden filled with flowers, going for a walk or bike ride. The hosts were very friendly and helpful. And the breakfast was wonderful. We would definitely go back.
5 on September 02, 2009
We had such a great experience at the Au Petit Chateau. Richard & Helene are great hosts and made the most wonderful breakfasts. I recommend this B&B 100% and would love to visit again. M. Mesce
4.0 on January 10, 2009
We had a very nice one week stay at Au Petit Chateau. Helene & Richard are very friendly, knowledgeable and excellent hosts. The breakfast was excellent both in terms of quality and quantity. We really enjoyed with our stay in this wonderful and very well maintained house, and would recommend this B&B to our friends
4.0 on November 22, 2008
We stayed at Au Petit Chateau in October. What a beautiful time to visit Quebec City - the foliage is spectacular. Helene & Richard are very worldly, knowledgeable and excellent hosts. They made us feel entirely at home. The entire house and guest rooms are meticulously clean and well-appointed. The only disapppointment we encountered was with the breakfast. Although served gratiously, the advertised level of a 5-star breakfast was not met. If you are expecting crepes, eggs benedict and homemade waffles with whipped cream as we had with a 5 star billing, you will not find it here. The menu was certainly adequate but could be enhanced. We also question the practice of stocking the bathroom with items collected on hotel stays. That being said, we would certainly return and enjoyed our stay!!
4.8 on August 11, 2008
Had a wonderful visit and would love to stay there again.
5 on July 30, 2008
The rooms were comfortable,appealing, and the service was open and welcoming. Helene was a wonderful source of ideas for places to visit and sites to see, and the breakfasts lived up to their five-star rating. We only stayed two nights at Au Petit Chateau, but would have loved to stay longer. Thanks so much.
4.4 on June 12, 2008
I had the pleasure of staying at Au Petit Chateau and it was excellent! Helene was so accommodating and friendly, the rooms vere in excellent condition, and it was lovely staying across the river from Quebec City. I would definitely recommend this B&B to anyone looking to stay in the Quebec City area. Very affordable for what you get, I only wish I could have stayed longer!
Near Old Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec, River Front
Quebec, PQ, Canada (YQB) 10 miles
To Duplessis highway across the Pierre-Laporte Bridge. Follow directions for Lévis-Rivière-du-Loup/Autoroute Jean-Lesage Est (Highway 20 East). Exit 330 Route Lallemand and right (towards river) to B&B on St-Joseph St. Distance is 15 to 20 minutes.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Old Quebec, Fine French Cuisine, Quebec City, Historical district & Museums, The Quebec City Winter Carnival, Bicycling, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Zoo
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, CD player, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV , Sofabed / Foldaway / Z-Bed, Housing Service, Hair Dryer, Washer and dryer in Suite, Library, Souvenir Photos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, In-room internet, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Telephone, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, Historic Quebec City, Grosse-Island Irish Memorial, Montmorency Falls, Isle of Orleans, Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré Shrine, Valcartier Village, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming
Richard & Hélène
Portuguese (Brazil), English, French, Italian, Spanish
Well travelled, Richard is also an artist and a photographer. Art work includes oil and watercolour paintings. Hélène is a former teacher and a musician. Baby Grand Piano in the tower section of the living-room. Both Helene and Richard also sail and bike and have plenty of local knowledge for the surrounding regions.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian