From the Appalachian Mountains of Maine to Lake Ontario and Quebec, only lakes, rivers and colossal waterfalls dot the road. Moose watching on the banks of Moose Lake, overlooking the Saint Lawrence River from the heights of Quebec City, the Biosphere Environment Museum in Montreal or a country day on the islands of Toronto... Enjoy nature in its raw state!
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Hotel and restaurant overlooking a lake. Set high atop a massive field stone wall, here all your senses will be awakened by broad clear skies, sparkling lake waters, fragrant forests and fresh mountain air. Built in 1891 as a gentlemans breeding farm, the 21 hillside acres of Blair Hill Inn unveil a panorama of northern Maine’s unspoiled landscape. Through its covered entry by a stone encircled fountain, the scenery unfolds with each step into the light-filled, pristine manor. Maîtresse de Maison Ruth McLaughin showers guests with a genuine kindess. From delicious breakfasts to mountain hikes, star gazing paddles to sumptuous dinners, Blair Hill Inn envelopes you with comforting hospitality. ... Learn moreless
In the heart of the Appalachian Mountains, Moosehead is the largest natural lake in the state of Maine. Its scope extends over 80 islands, the largest of which is Sugar Island. Rafting, guided white water rafting and kayaking are some of the most common activities offered by this majestic preserved lake.Read More less
What would Maine and the Moosehead Lake area be without the moose that make this natural microcosm its preferred habitat? Take your camera and walk the trails... they might just allow you to catch an early morning glimpse of this impressive beast, weighing up to 500 kg. An indispensable and unforgettable...Read More less
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Hotel and restaurant in town. Like Charles Dickens, you will be fascinated by the city of Québec, the “Gibraltar of America” with “its giddy heights, its citadel suspended, as if it were in the air, its picturesque steep streets…” In the heart of the first city to be founded in North America, standing on an archaeological site that formerly housed wharves, cannon emplacements and warehouses, the Auberge Saint-Antoine bears witness to the history of this important commercial and military port. Many relics from the French and English colonial times were discovered when the Auberge was built. Now they can be found among the elegant designer interior of this irresistibly charming museum-hotel. ... Learn moreless
Built in the seventeenth century by the Frenchman Samuel de Champlain, Quebec is the living testimony of what European colonization was to the Americas. Stroll through its narrow streets, take a carriage ride, visit the Museum of Civilization, saunter along the cobblestone so laden in history; you’ll...Read More less
15 minutes from Old Quebec, the Montmorency Falls unfurls its waters at a height of 83 meters. In winter, it offers a striking countenance, alternating the power of the fall with the softness of the snowpack. Different locations allow you to admire its rumbling waters or to catch the sea spray, much...Read More less
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Hotel and restaurant in the country. A stay at Manoir Hovey comes with the promise of an abundance of fresh air in a scenic, unspoiled part of Québec, close to the U.S. This charming manor was built at the turn of the century and modeled on George Washington’s Mount Vernon home. It is nestled in English gardens in a forest on the shores of a lake, and there is a romantic and authentic way of life here. Rates include an array of onsite recreational facilities that make Manoir Hovey a destination in itself. The artful cuisine is enhanced by the wine list, which features 900 wines, and an exceptional selection of Québec’s finest cheeses. A wonderful getaway in all seasons, only 80 minutes from Montréal. ... Learn moreless
At Europea, Chef Jérôme Ferrer prepares refined, creative, market-fresh cuisine with a Québecois accent, calling upon his Catalan roots to glorify the flavors of the earth and the sea. In this Victorian house modernized with an ultra-contemporary décor, try the Gaspésie lobster cappuccino with shavings...Read More less
Passionate about environmental issues? Plough through St. Helen's Island in the very heart of Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau. The Environment Museum is a real delight for those interested in protecting the planet. Exhibitions, events and workshops help to understand how everyone can act on a daily basis...Read More less
In the heart of Little Italy, Jean-Talon is one of the most important markets in North America. Here, fruit and vegetable stalls adjoin bakers, butchers or restaurants. Winter and summer, in this market of local producers, teems a crowd of district regulars and curious tourists come to discover a friendly,...Read More less
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Restaurant and hotel in the country. “Epicurean” and “romantic” are the words that best describe Langdon Hall: warm interiors with silky fabrics and wood paneling, tranquil grounds with century-old trees and a pond reflecting the elegant manor house… In the kitchen, every detail counts. Each meal is unforgettable, transforming the finest local ingredients into sophisticated dishes that are as elegant as the setting. For added relaxation, the spa offers sublime body and beauty treatments and there are guided visits to an extraordinary garden. Just a 90-minute drive from Toronto and the Niagara area, this is the place for those who love beauty. ... Learn moreless
On the third floor of a building in Chinatown, Patrick Kriss and Amanda Bradley have chosen the most unexpected of places for this sophisticated restaurant, guarding its air of mystery. Wide parquet floors, large windows that look over the street and allow in natural light, detailing all in copper......Read More less
Have a pastoral soul? Board a taxi-boat and leave downtown Toronto for the archipelago of islands located just 1.6 kilometers from the city on Lake Ontario. Here, a relaxing atmosphere holds sway, where people go for walks, bike rides and barbecues with friends. With breathtaking views of Toronto’s towers...Read More less
**Offer cannot be combined, valid for an itinerary in at least 2 different Relais & Châteaux establishments before December 31, 2021, reserved with Relais & Châteaux concierges from June 25, 2020, discount applicable on certain rates and certain establishments. List available from our concierges.
Total price communicated as an indication, based on a stay of the number of nights recommended on this webpage, taking place in the next 3 months, and based on double occupancy (excluding recommended activities, excluding properties not bookable online).
To give you inspiration, Relais & Châteaux presents the Routes du Bonheur: Suggestions for travel itineraries that you can fully personalise according to your wishes and the experiences you would like to discover. Our consultants are available to help customise your route and assist you in making reservations at our properties. It is up to you to reserve any recommended activities on-site or nearby that might interest you.