BED AND BREAKFAST
LA MARQUISE DE BASSANO
Bed and Breakfast
located at the heart of old Quebec city
B&B La Marquise de Bassano
is offering a very unique experience
Discover this amazing Victorian style family owned house
The financial genius behind the creation of the Canadian Pacific Railway, Lord Mount Stephen, built this home in 1888 for Clara Symes also known as
la Marquise de Bassano.
The building still features its original woodwork and stained glass and has preserved much of its 19th century character. A distinctive opportunity to breath in the history of old Quebec. Welcome home!
Bed and Breakfast
La Marquise de Bassano
is ideally located offering
the best of both worlds.
Nestled on a quiet street
inside the fortifications of historical Old Québec but just steps away from the Fairmont Château Frontenac, festivals, restaurants, sightseeing, museums. shopping and nightlife. The perfect place to
Be and Be in Quebec city!
The matchless hospitality from the two very longstanding friends
Véronyc and Francis, will make you feel at home instantly.
In fact, Francis has been living in this house
for more than 40 years and he's been running it as a B&B for 25 years.
Nestled within the fortifications of Old Quebec city, the Marquise de Bassano proposes rooms with a contrasting decor and lush comfort, each different from the other.
Our house is like a book, each room a chapter
and each has its own history.
Which chapter would you like to read?
The choice is yours!
COVID: Our pocedures are adjusted daily following the protocols established by local authorities
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See & Do
The Chateau Frontenac
The Petit Champlain
The most photographed hotel in the world. Splendid architecture and perfect location... 34 seconds walking distance from your B&B.
Known as the most beautiful site of Old Quebec. A ''Must see''. Oldest commercial street in North America.
5 minutes on foot.
The Plains of Abraham
Canada's first-ever historic park. Battlefield where The English under Wolfe defeated the French under Montcalm in 1759.
15 seconds walking distance.
Museum of Civilization
Offers both a permanent anthropological exhibition and galleries for changing displays. Combines exhibits
for kids and adults.
A nice 10 minute walk.
The Citadelle of Québec
Largest British fortress in North America. Integral part of the Québec fortifications and is located...
24 seconds away.
Parliament of Québec
Built in 1877, it is a national historical building. The National Assembly is where the 125 parliamentarians elected by the people of Québec sit.
Under 8 minutes