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Marie de l’Incarnation

1599 - 1672

Marie Guyart, better known as Marie de l'Incarnation, was an Ursuline missionary, at a time when very few women went on mission. With the help of two Ursuline sisters, she founded in 1639 the first school of New France, initially to convert the small natives to Catholicism and then to educate the children of the settlers.

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This beautiful little room offers a remarkable stone wall. Smartly designed, it is a treasure trove of imagination to maximize space while responding to the concept of hospitality. The original double frame deserves a glance. It has been restored according to the rules of art.

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Feel the spirit of New France and of Old-Quebec, and experience the intimacy and comfort of the Superior rooms of our inn, featuring exposed stonework or brick walls dating from the 17th century.

  • Queen size bed
  • Bathtub and/or rain shower with body jets (some bathrooms also have heated floors)
  • View on Old Quebec or on the inner courtyard

Included in every room

  • Nespresso Coffee Machine
  • High-speed wireless internet access
  • À la carte breakfast at Brasserie Française Chez Jules (complimentary only if room reservation was made directly through the property, otherwise $)
  • Ultra-silent individually-controlled air conditioner
  • Flat screen television set
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • In-room hairdryer
  • 100% cotton towels
  • Clock-radio with ipod dock
  • Umbrella, upon request
  • Vintage handcrafted furniture, work desk and reading chair
  • Soundproofed windows


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