Beams, stone walls and original pine floors evoke abundant historic charm in this 1840 French-Canadian farmhouse. Antiques and rustic features mix with cozy comfort in the varied guest rooms. Rooms range in size from small to spacious. Outside the main inn, accommodations also are offered in a loft unit, a single cottage and a nearby historic house that has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, perfect for a family retreat.
Smoke free premises. 8 units, some houses and cottages. 2 stories (no elevator), interior/exterior corridors.
Jct Rt 138, 0.6 mi (1 km) n on rue Huot, then 1 mi (1.6 km) e. 8790 ave Royale G0A 1N0.
Dining & Entertainment
Restaurant Baker, see separate listing.
wireless Internet. Some: refrigerators.
Sports & Recreation
14 day cancellation notice-fee imposed.
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 27 guests
Showing reviews 1 - 5 of 7
Pros: This was a stylish traditional hotel with most welcoming staff. The traditional Quebec menu was refreshingly different.
Cons: Rooms are small as this is a historic property.
Pros: While the lodging was modest it was as I expected. We wanted to stay in a traditional lodging and Auberge Baker was fine.
Cons: Loved the attached restaurant.
review category group of friends
Pros: Breakfast was very good. We were asked if we were AAA members, and they gave us an extra 10%.
Cons: Room was a bit odd, with the sink across the room from the bathroom.
Pros: The dinner we had at Auberge Baker was the best meal of our entire 10 day trip to Canada. The breakfast the next morning was also very good. The room was very nice and exactly as described.
Pros: Beautiful room. Ambiance in the room and the restaurant was phenomenal. Close to Quebec City, Ile d'Orleans, Montmorency Falls and St. Anne de Beaupre. We had a wonderful experience. We very much would like to go back and stay there.
Pros: clean, cheerful staff
Cons: Restaurant a tour bus lunch stop, all you need to know, several large groups off busses arrived while i was eating there/. This is NOT a destination restaurant as some reviews suggest.
Breakfast a nice table of cold items.
Hotel rooms upstairs are former farmhouse attic rooms. Well cleaned, but mattress well beyond its expiration date and not possible to sleep with very loud window aircon unit on.
Pros: Perfect location just outside Quebec City, close to St Anne de Beaupre. Great for overnight stop on route North up the last Lawrence.The food is very french. We had the special 5 course menu which was superb and good value.