Cozy accommodations: Outaouais B&Bs and inns to discover
What better way to discover a village or a region than by booking an overnight stay? B&Bs and inns are among the businesses run by passionate and generous locals who love their part of the country. The warm welcome, the wonderful food and the people you meet all add up to a memorable getaway. Here are a few Outaouais gems where it’s a treat to check in for a good night’s sleep and a morning coffee … or more!
A B&B in the heart of the Collines
There are many B&Bs in the Collines-de-l’Outaouais. Just 20 minutes from downtown, it’s the perfect year-round destination for enjoying nature, the river and Gatineau Park. Stay overnight at the Auberge de Mon Petit Chum, a charming B&B close to Wakefield’s boardwalk, cafés and unique shops. A gourmet local breakfast is served right in your room, and there are gluten-free and vegan options.
29 Burnside Road, La Pêche
A log chalet in Petite Nation
On the shore of Lake Preston, nestled in the forest, get back to nature at the Auberge Couleurs de France. The rooms and suites of this large log chalet are all equipped with whirlpool tubs, a small touch of luxury you’ll appreciate after an active day outside! And there are lots of activities to choose from, including biking, golf, canoeing, pedal-boating, kayaking, paddleboarding, rafting, water skiing and hiking. It’s the perfect place to recharge your batteries, with attentive service and gourmet French cuisine.
212 Des Jonquilles Road, Duhamel
A spacious B&B near Gatineau Park
For a break in the village of Chelsea, stop by Auberge Tom B&B! This spacious B&B with four well-lit rooms is for adults only. A true oasis of peace! Whenever the season, the proximity to Gatineau Park allows you to practice your favorite sports with ease! Located along the Gatineau River, the view is sure to charm you. In the morning, enjoy a delicious breakfast prepared by your host, and then set out to explore the area.
1090, Route 105, Chelsea
Overnight stay in an 1875 house
A beautifully restored mansion on the Ottawa River in Fort-Coulonge, Pontiac, the Auberge Spruceholme Inn is a trip back in time. Surrounded by century-old trees, it takes you back to the days of the lumber barons. Today, the great-granddaughter of George Bryson, Jr., the original owner, manages the inn and protects its heritage. During your stay, enjoy a meal at Bryson’s Bistro du Bûcheron and many nearby activities such as biking, rafting or hiking at Coulonge Falls Park.
204 Principale Street, Fort-Coulonge
Overlooking Thirty-One-Mile Lake
Wake up to a beautiful view of Thirty-One-Mile Lake! Each room at the Auberge Minitik has a private balcony equipped with two Adirondack chairs and a lounge chair for relaxing in the sun. In the heart of the Village Majopial tourist resort, a host of activities are offered: boat rentals (canoe, kayak, paddleboard), swimming, water skiing (and lessons), fishing, hiking, etc. Add the gourmet cuisine of L’Huile d’Olive restaurant, and you have the perfect getaway!
351 Montée du Lac des Trente-et-Un Milles, Bouchette
You’ll find all types of lodging in the Outaouais, from cozy B&Bs to upscale inns with gourmet cuisine. We take care of you from A to Z. And if you’re interested in staying in more unusual accommodations, we’ve got you covered!