Maisons du Phare de l'Île Verte (B&B)

2802, chemin du Phare

Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs
Île Verte (Quebec) Canada
G0L 1K0
Phone:
+418-898-2730
Email:
phare@ileverte.qc.ca

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The authenticity and peaceful surroundings of Île Verte (Green Island) will captivate you as the rural charm of the area takes you back in time. This island B&B is nestled in an inviting setting with 9 rooms available for guests. This is the only B&B on the north side of the island, with rooms located in two buildings: the lightkeeper's house and the assistant lightkeeper's house. Breakfast is served in the lightkeeper's house, and you can prepare your own meals in the kitchen. Come and experience the atmosphere of Québec's first lighthouse, built in 1809.


Opening dates

June 1 to late October (except for Thanksgiving weekend, in October the houses are available for groups that reserve at least 4 rooms)


Room capacity

9 rooms


Cost

Single Occupancy $88
Double Occupancy $120
Additional Person $40/adult, $25/child aged 5 to 12, free for children under 5

Payment methods

  • Visa  Visa
  • Cheque  Cheque
  • Cash  Cash
  • Travelers Cheque  Travelers Cheque

Types of lodging offered

Hotel Establishments
Discover the sandy coves and multi-coloured rocks of Île Verte, and stay in one of the 9 rooms of this island B&B, which offers old-time charm. Built in 1809, this was Québec's first lighthouse.
Lighthouses
Discover the sandy coves and multi-coloured rocks of Île Verte, and stay in one of the 9 rooms of this island B&B, which offers old-time charm. Built in 1809, this was Québec's first lighthouse.
Unusual Accommodations
Discover the sandy coves and multi-coloured rocks of Île Verte, and stay in one of the 9 rooms of this island B&B, which offers old-time charm. Built in 1809, this was Québec's first lighthouse.


Services

Included in rooms

  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Hair dryer
  • Internet access

On site

  • Bicycle rental
  • Shuttle to wharf
  • Panoramic lookout
  • Free outdoor parking
  • Group rates

Outdoor equipment

  • Tables

On-site activites

  • Wildlife observation
  • Observation of marine mammals
  • Bike path
  • Sea nearby
  • Hiking trails


How to get there

Take Route 132 to the Isle-Verte wharf and then board the ferry. On the island, follow Route du Quai to the lighthouse.

Ferry crossings depend on the tides; check the schedule on this site: www.traverseileverte.quebec (in French only).


Affiliations and distinctions

Affiliation

  • Tourisme Bas-Saint-Laurent

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