Manoir St Castin

Address: 99, chemin du Tour du Lac, Quebec City, Quebec, G3B 2J8, Canada | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 99, chemin du Tour du Lac, Quebec City, is near Stoneham Mountain, Erabliere du Lac-Beauport, and Sation Touristique Lac Beauport.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Manoir St Castin Quebec City

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Oh, my barking dogs!

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx on May 20, 2015

5 comments, 7 photos

... guide who imparted some of the same history as the morning guide had, as we moved from place to place, enjoying small bites and samples of local food. Drinks included cidre, beer, and different kinds of wine in several establishments. My favorite was the mini buckwheat crepes stuffed with ham and cheese.

In mid-afternoon the sun finally appeared and the wind died down. By the time the tour ended three hours later, I was bushed so we took ...

Blue skies in Quebec City

A travel blog entry by jkutzik on Oct 03, 2014

8 photos

... hill. Once there, you are rewarded with the most fabulous view of the St Lawrence seaway. There is a battlefield monument on top and also the most-photographed hotel in the world (so Canada says), the Hotel Frontenac. This imposing edifice reminded us of The Biltmore, which was modeled after several French chateau. Since Quebec City is a decidedly French city in architecture, food and language, that makes perfect sense. The beautiful natural scenery ...

Funicular funiculae

A travel blog entry by jobloor on May 28, 2014

4 photos

... the old town. It is such a pretty place and lots of small shops, cafes and restaurants. After walking the length of the two main streets at the lower level we paid €2.5 Canadian to get the funicular to the higher level where the Chateau sits. The views around here are great and after a reviving coffee and very fast free wifi in the Starbucks ...

Where`s the fun?

A travel blog entry by versastyle on Feb 12, 2014

23 photos

... among us buy our effigy, a small plastic Bonhomme Carnaval costing $15, allowing us to access the official Carnaval sites for the entire two-week period. Children under 7, by the way, are free.

Facing the wind is soon made easier thanks to the winter playground that is Le Carnaval de Quebec: ferris wheel, ice sculptures, luge rides, sleigh rides,tubing, ice fishing, and much more. Silly me, I forgot my speedo to enjoy the outdoor hot tub! We are lucky enough to be greeted ...

Quebec sooo Amazing

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 17, 2013

23 photos

... of the newer regions with modern buildings and high rise towers. In the midst of all this was our local supermarket which we stopped at to pick up more dinner provisions. The old town of Quebec is surrounded by long walls with many gates. One such gate was about 200m from our hostel. This gate was french designed gate and sat on Place d'Youville. It was a stunning example of the old fortifications. We arrived at the hostel about 6pm after a long day walking which had raised ...