See why so many travellers make Castel d'Amerique Francaise their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Quebec City. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quaint setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Castel d'Amerique Francaise is a quaint bed and breakfast offering a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a desk in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The bed and breakfast features room service. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Quebec City.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Quebec City, Castel d'Amerique Francaise is located a short distance from Upper Town (Haute-Ville) (0.2 mi) and Basilique Cathedrale - Notre-Dame-de-Quebec (0.3 mi).
Quebec City has plenty of French restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like L'Affaire Est Ketchup, Le Continental, and Restaurant Le Saint-Amour, which are serving up some great dishes.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Old Quebec (0.3 mi), Quartier Petit Champlain (0.3 mi), and Plains of Abraham (0.4 mi), which are some popular Quebec City attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the bed and breakfast.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Castel d'Amerique Francaise as you experience all of the things Quebec City has to offer.
I had a really lovely stay at Castel d'Amérique Française. It is very centrally located near a street with restaurants and other attractions. (Take a tour of the Morrin Centre if you can.) The room we had, Radisson, was gorgeous and inviting. I had to conduct a video meeting during my stay and found the internet fast and reliable. The beds were very comfortable, to the point where I want to ask Jolanta what brand the mattress is. It was the most comfortable bed on my entire trip around eastern Canada. The breakfast included hard-boiled eggs, an array of bread, jams, cereals, and even homemade fruit loaves and local cheeses. Guests have full access to the dining area for after-hours tea and coffee, as well as the lounge area behind reception and the rooftop deck. Jazz or classical music playing in the common areas adds to the relaxing ambiance. It is a fantastic place to "come home to" after full days of playing tourist. We stayed here for three nights and couldn't have asked for better accommodations.…
A funky Victorian B&B in the Old City with large rooms, tons of furniture, endless artworks, and a delightful propriétéss in Jolanta. There is no elevator and the stairs are steep but the climb worth the effort. There is a two room, two floor suite on the main floor but it has its own staircase. Beds are comfortable and luxurious. Breakfast includes a homemade cake or sweet bread, bread selection for toasting, cereals, hard cooked eggs, homemade jams and good coffee. Walkable to everything in the historic Old City.
We spent 4 days/3 nights in Quebec City in Sept as we were going to a concert and wanted to spend a bit extra time in this lovely city. We took an Uber from the airport and easily found our lovely hotel in the old town. We were greeted personally, and were provided everything we might need for a very comfortable stay and exceptional visit. Our host, Jolanta, was lovely, and while we were independent, we knew if we needed anything we would be well taken care of. Our room was very spacious, very well equipped with everything (and more) that we might need, not to mention the beauty of the walls, decor and lighting. Breakfast was very filling and seemed to accommodate everyone's tastes and sensitivities. Coffee was very good, and there was a lovely area for chatting with other guests, plus a terrasse (we were too busy exploring to get to use this much but it looked lovely!) We were surprised how close everything was within walking distance - it is truly a great location!…
We stayed 3 nights, our first time to Quebec City. The house was great, and the owner is wonderful. She assisted us out of a little jam as soon as we arrived. Thank You. My only suggestion is be sure what room you are staying in. We were on the 3rd floor, no elevators. Which is perfectly fine for us. But might not be for everyone in a house built in 1800's. The location was perfect. Quebec City is easy to walk so no place is going to be too far. Thanks for a wonderful stay.
Historic building with a charming, eclectic decorating scheme. Friendly and helpful staff. Clean, comfortable rooms with good beds and modern plumbing. Rooftop terrace with nice view. Good breakfasts in a cafe-style room affording camaraderie with fellow travelers. Ideal location in upper town, 5 min walk to the Artillery, Place d'Armes, Frontenac, and funicular to the lower town. No on-site parking but secure parking garage within a 5 min walk at reasonable rates. Overall an excellent value in a city that can be quite expensive.
Quebec is a city you absorb. It is a sensory experience and one not to be missed. To enjoy it at its best you need to be at its heart and experience it in style. Jolanta's Castel delivers both in spades. This is a friendly, elegant, historic billet, stuffed with antiques and decorated in Ancien Regime style. Breakfast is good with a great selection of cereals and tasty homemade goodies. We enjoyed the balcony views of Old Quebec and our room was extremely comfortable. Jolanta and her team were helpfulness itself. Negatives? Not really - tea and coffee in the room would have been welcome and hauling heavy suitcases up two floors provided a good workout but these are insignificant wrinkles on the beautiful face of Castel d'Amerique Francaise. Merci Jolanta for a memorable stay.
We really enjoyed our 4 night stay here in August, 2022. Wonderful hostess, large room, good location, and wonderful breakfast with a homemade treat every morning. It was easy to walk to many of the places we wanted to go to.
Awesome place to stay, great location and breakfast. Jolanta baked banana bread or some other type everyday for breakfast, was wonderful! Place was so decorated beautifully. Rooms were so spacious and beds and sheets so comfy! Little patio off the room, which was so cute.
We enjoyed our stay here! The room was clean, private and air conditioned. Old Quebec is a quick walk away. There were several places to eat and parking was straight forward. Highly recommend staying.
How Jolanta came to running a b&b is a classic travel tale on the website. She insisted you put your car flashers on in case the police came by during check-in. No use starting with a ticket! Parking was a 5M or so walk away in a municipal parking garage [$18.00 a day]. My room [Montcalm] was on the fourth floor [third floor if using the European system of counting] It was spacious. The mattress was nicely firm. There were five chairs in my room. Some of the furniture had the look of period pieces. I liked the two brick walls. The bathroom was good. The shower head was not fixed, a blessing. What I expect was shower gel was pretty much empty but I travel with extra soap [I did eventually find such supplies in the cabinet under the sink]. The a/c was strong and simple to operate. The room faced west so keep those curtains closed in the afternoon. The public areas had vibrant colours, edgy and traditional artwork on the walls. There is a sitting area beyond reception to chill or play some board games. One couple with young children had breakfast there. Breakfast opened at 0800 [late for me but you adapt] and only had five tables [ten rooms I believe]. It could have been an issue but never was. The fare consisted of coffee, teas, OJ, various cakes, hard boiled eggs, oranges, toast and cereal, enough range you would not leave hungry. There is no elevator which may put some off [only two rooms are on the main floor (La Baronne and Marquette)]. Consider the stairs that final bit of exercise you probably need/want in any event. There is a third/second floor terrace, affording a nice view toward the St Lawrence River. The stairs creaked, adding a bit of character. The wifi signal was a bit temperamental. The street is a quiet one. You can pay double, triple or more the price to stay in the Old Town but I doubt you will get better value. Well done, Jolanta!…