In a stunning natural environment, this rambling white Victorian-style hotel with a red mansard roof is as much a symbol of Tadoussac as the Château Frontenac is of Québec City, and it's a great choice for an active or a romantic stay. Is long corridors lead to country-style rooms, half of which overlook the bay. The 1942 wood building has retained its gracefulness over the years and the spacious lobby has a stone fireplace and sofas for relaxing. Hand-painted murals
and wood paneling from the 1852 hotel that originally stood on this site encircle the oldest dining room.