3 exceptional B&Bs, 3 neighbourhoods


September 14, 2012 ─ Warm, hospitable and inviting, Montréal Bed and Breakfasts offer an authentic accommodation experience infused with the unique flavour of the surrounding neighbourhood. Here are three traveller favourites:

Casa Bianca in the Plateau Mont-Royal district puts particular emphasis on “organic”, from the linen to the mattresses to the breakfast fare. Housed in a French Renaissance-style urban chateau, this fully-restored residence offers spacious guestrooms with exceptional views of Mount Royal. Each suite in this century-old residence includes a large, private bathroom complete with a vintage clawfoot tub. What’s more, its central location provides easy access to a wide variety of restaurants, cafés, trendy boutiques and nightlife.

Not far away in the safe and tranquil Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie neighbourhood, hosts Daniel and Petra warmly welcome guests to the À la carte Bed & Breakfast. At some 50 metres from the bustling Promenade Masson lined with quaint bakeries, boutiques and bistros, this early 20th-century home offers the utmost in comfort and amenities, including generous and delicious homemade breakfasts served daily. Incredibly hospitable and attentive, Daniel and Petra enjoy nothing more than to share their knowledge of the city to help their guests make the most of their time in Montréal!

Just steps away from major downtown attractions and shopping, Au Coeur Urbain B&B sits squarely in the heart of Montréal’s Golden Square Mile district, a beautiful neighbourhood lined with gorgeous Victorian homes, abundant green spaces and picturesque architecture. Luxurious textures and harmonious colour schemes fill this elegant and enchanting abode that dates back to 1925. Enjoy the optimum in sleep comfort as you nestle into a latex mattress and pillows adorned with fair-trade linen and silk-fibre comforters, then greet the morning with a four-course, homemade gourmet breakfast featuring the very best of local produce.