The inn was once the first presbytery of the municipality of L'Ascension de Notre-Seigneur in Lac-Saint-Jean, built in 1917. It was then sold in 1978 and moved to Hébertville. With the advent of the Mont Lac-Vert ski center and its development, it was decided to convert the former presbytery into an inn in February 1986. During your visit, you can also enjoy an extraordinary gastronomic experience with our table d'hôte and our local products.
We are the first snowmobile relay when arriving in Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean from Quebec City, at the junction of trails 23 and 83. Rooms, bar, foyer and restaurant. Snowmobile package: dinner, accommodation and breakfast. The whole team is happy to welcome you and wish you the most cordial welcome!
The Inn offers a variety of 7 rooms with a capacity of 2 to 13 people, including breakfasts. In addition, there are two thematic cabins, ready to camp with fires, suitable for four people each.
Number of units : 7
Star rating : Rating - Pending
Establishment number : 018454
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Period of operation
Gourmet cuisine inspired by Quebec terroir. Each ingredient is chosen with care. Intimate and warm dining room. Lunches are available for everyone from Wednesday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. In addition, we prepare various kinds of pizza either to eat in the dining room or ready to bring. Every week, the chef prepares a new dessert and a different kind of pizza to satisfy you. The trademark of the inn is all-you-can-eat Chinese fondue.
Who is this activity for?
To be validated for the spring and autumn periods. Contact the hostel for more information
Period of operation
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