Our home is a charming Norman style stone house located in a quiet suburban area close to the magnificent old Québec. Family living at his best with central air conditioning, a newly renovated kitchen, a formal dining room which sits eight, a living room with a masonry fireplace. And you will fall in love with our reading sunroom parlor annexed to the house. Upstairs, there are three family bedrooms; a master room with a queen size bed and walk-in closet, one boy room with single/double bunk beds and one girl room with a double bed. To complete, there is a large bathroom with two sinks, a large bath and a separated shower.
Our house is 3,300 sq. ft (307 sq. meters) and sits on a 11,600 sq. ft (1076 sq. meters) of landscaped yard surrounded by wooded area facing a golf course. A perfect get-away in a quiet suburb, yet only a 30 minute car ride to the unique Old Québec (see official web site- Quebec city tourism http://www.quebecregion.com/en?a=vis)
Located in the heart of a sumptuous nature area, Québec City hospitality and joie de vivre will charm you whatever you feel to be in the Old City doing sightseeing and shopping or in the nature doing biking, hiking and canoying.
In this corner of Canada, the preparation, presentation and enjoyment of gourmet cuisine is an art! The quality of Québec’s regional produce and gastronomic diversity of its restaurants, where food is served with typical Québecois flair, rivals the great gourmand destinations of the world.
The province of Québec - known as New France in the 16th century when French explorers first came to these shores - is where the St. Lawrence River, one of the longest waterways on the planet, flows seawards. Rich in the history and spirit of New France, Québec proudly guards its francophone heritage - a unique society within North America. You can always find somebody who speaks english and can help you if needed.
Quebec City, the provincial capital, is a charming and sleepy government town. It is a very safe pedestrian - friendly city and one of the best way to visit and discover its spirit is simply by walking through its lovely narrow cobblestone streets. The many pleasures of walking in picturesque French Québec are entirely comparable to walking in similar quartiers in northern European cities. Stone houses rub shoulders with each other; carriage wheels creak behind muscular horses; sunlight filters through leafy canopies; drinkers and diners lounge in sidewalk cafes; childish shrieks of laughter echo down cobblestone streets. Not common to other cities, however, is the bewitching vista of river and mountains that the higher elevations bestow.
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We are a family of 5: Patrice (45), professionnal engineer working in sterilization, Lynne, veterinarian specialized in pathology, Jacob (10) sportive boy, Isaac (8) who loves to cook and Justine (6) who is the princess of the family.
The key of our family success is organization and participation. We have house rules and routines that apply to everyone in the family. We do houskeeping, go to the grocery, cooking, playing and do outdoors activities in family.