Spacieuse résidence de plus de 2 600 p.c. dans un quartier cossu au coeur de la ville de Québec. Grande tranquillité. Piscine creusée chauffée privée. 3 chambres. Salle d'entraînement. 2 salles de bain et une salle d'eau. Également possibilité de vivre un séjour dans Charlevoix (résidence secondaire voir photos).
Située à deux pas du Parc national des champs de Batailles (Plaines d'Abraham), à 2h30 de Montréal, à proximité de la très belle région de Charlevoix reconnue comme réserve mondiale de la biosphère (observation des baleines) et classée comme 37e destination à voir en 2013 par le NY times. Le Fleuve St-Laurent est à proximité (très belle promenade de plusieurs kilomètres sur le bord du Fleuve). New-York est à moins de 8 heures en voiture et se fait très bien en avion. La station de ski le Massif de Charlevoix est à 1 heure de route (possible de s'y rendre en train).
See National Geographic traveler paper about Quebec and Charlevoix where our second home is:
The very name Québec conjures up images of easy living, historical riches, world heritage treasures, and incomparable tourist appeal. Québec City is as unique as they come.
It is on Money Magazine's list of North America's top ten tourist destinations, a distinction the CNN publication attributes above all to the French experience, the rendezvous with history the city offers, and the extraordinary beauty of its setting.
Québec City's topology, it is true, is one-of-a-kind. The city stretches out from the shores of the St. Lawrence, one of the largest rivers in the world. It extends north as far as the foothills of the Laurentians, the oldest mountain range on Earth, and east as far as Montmorency Falls. To the west, it reaches beyond the bridges that link the city to the south shore, past Jacques-Cartier beach, and on to the municipalities of Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures and Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier.
BAIE-SAINT-PAUL, QC, Dec. 12, 2013 - National Geographic Traveler, recognized as a benchmark in the tourism industry for 125 years, published its list of top can't-miss winter destinations today. A superb achievement for Le Massif de Charlevoix, which now proudly ranks on the prestigious "Best Winter Trips 2014" list, alongside Paris, France; the Sauti za Busara Music Festival in Stone Town (Zanzibar, Tanzania); the Gold Coast (Queensland, Australia); Winter Wolf Viewing (Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park); Nosara Beaches (Costa Rica); Lake Baikal (Siberia, Russia); Phu Quoc (Vietnam) and a few other hand-picked destinations from around the globe.
National Geographic's reputation is firmly established, as attested by the more than 257 million unique visitors to its website. This publication has also attracted more than 4.8 million Twitter followers and 8 million Facebook fans, making it one of the five most popular media in the world. "We take pride in this prestigious ranking by National Geographic, especially following on the heels of the Canadian Tourism Awards barely a week ago, where Le Massif de Charlevoix was named Innovator of the Year," said Daniel Gauthier, Chairman of Groupe Le Massif's Board of Directors. "We are happy to contribute to the development of this industry and to position Charlevoix as an absolutely must-go destination," he concluded with pride in this exceptional showcase opportunity offered to a number of local businesses and producers that share in this prestigious ranking.
While National Geographic suggests winter as the time for a trip to Le Massif, it also recommends a visit anytime between June and October, when the tourist train is running and thus generates interest in Hôtel La Ferme, one of the three hubs of Le Massif de Charlevoix.
About Le Massif de Charlevoix
A year-round resort destination, Le Massif de Charlevoix was born of a desire to share a fully integrated experience with curious, adventurous clients who care about the planet. Its tourism product offer rests on three pillars: Hôtel La Ferme, whose interior décor was named the most beautiful in the world; The Train, which runs through 140 km of exceptional scenery between a river and the mountains - a circuit accessible only by rail; and The Mountain - much more than a ski centre, which features a range of activities unique to North America, such as a 7.5-km luge run over the highest vertical drop east of the Rockies. Le Massif de Charlevoix seeks to do all things differently, presenting a diverse and unique product offer for a wide range of tourists, designed to fit every budget.