La Marquise de Bassano

Situated in the heart of historic Old Québec, just steps from the Château Frontenac hotel, the Quebec Citadel and the Plains of Abraham, the bed-and-breakfast La Marquise de Bassano will surely charm you with the warmth of its hospitality and its authentic cachet. This Victorian dwelling, built in 1888 by Scottish immigrant George Stephen, later Lord Mount Stephen, a founder of the Canadian Pacific Railway, has preserved much of its 19th century character. The wood paneling, stained glass, plaster mouldings and high ceilings have survived the passage of time.
Make yourself at home! Welcome to B&B La Marquise de Bassano, YOUR home away from home.