When you visit Quebec, Canada
, you will find lodging and accommodation near some of North America’s oldest and most historically significant buildings, battlefields, monuments.
In fact, staying in a vacation rental in Quebec is like getting two holidays in one: You will enjoy a unique combination of Canadian hospitality and old-world European charm. Quebec City
, the province’s Capital, is the last remaining fortified city in North America and has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Not to be outdone, Montreal
is Canada’s second largest city (almost 2 million residents), and is home to some of Canada’s finest works of art, architecture, and urban design. It’s also the birthplace of Cirque de Soleil, home to the fabled Montreal Canadiens, and boasts the largest church in Canada (Saint Joseph’s Oratory) with the second largest copper dome in the world. (The only bigger dome is on Saint Peter’s Basillica in Rome
). It’s no wonder they call Quebec “La Belle Province.” And it’s no wonder accommodations, condo rentals, chalet rentals, and vacation rentals in Quebec are so diverse.
A vacation rental
in this vibrant province will enable you to experience the incredible walled fortress of Quebec City. Montreal’s cultural mosaic. Small towns. Big rivers. Tall ships. Fall colours. Winter carnivals. Summer jazz. Fine arts. Formula One. Fireworks. Film festivals. High fashion. Smoked meat. Maple syrup. Just for Laughs. And there’s simply no other place you can get French pastries, middle eastern kebobs, Quebecois poutine, and Italian gelato in the same bistro!
Vacationers and business travellers alike can find accommodations, vacation rentals, cabins, homes, and apartments that range from luxury slopeside chalet rentals at Mont Sainte Anne
, and St. Sauveur, to condo rentals in the heart of Montreal and Quebec City, to quaint cabins and cottages well off the beaten path.
Quebec has been waiting more than 400 years for you to visit. What are you