January 9, 2013 – If you are looking for a cozy place in which to flake out or freshen up before some Montréal fun, the Village offers plenty of choices in the B&B department.
Studio Living provides charming, cosmopolitan accomodations in a peaceful neighbourhood in the heart of the city, complete with private garden, free parking and complementary Wi-Fi access. While prices may vary according to season and duration of stay, the gracious hospitality of the innkeeper and his staff remains constant all year long.
Meanwhile, over at La Loggia, you can soak up the ambiance of rooms tastefully decorated with modernist paintings, or watch talented artists channel their creativity at the on-site studios. This unique venue also hosts exhibitions and offers creative and personal growth workshops.
While the mood is relaxed, at Atmosphère the setting is modern, urban, and stylish. Gourmet breakfasts are made from fresh local products, and the works of an emerging Québec artist adorn the halls and walls of this smoke-free environment. In 2008, Atmosphère was voted best B&B in Canada on BedandBreakfast.com. Locally, this little luxurious spot has also proven to be a favourite, being named the Lauréat Or (Gold Winner) in the category of B&Bs at the Grand Prix du Tourisme Québécois in May 2009.
You can time travel at Alexandre Logan (1870), a Victorian-era home that has been carefully restored to its period grandeur, featuring original woodwork and plaster mouldings, soaring ceilings, large rooms, balconies, and a terrace with an outdoor shower.
Aubergell Bed & Breakfast, formerly Auberge l’un et l’autre, also welcomes you to a recently renovated hundred-year-old home, where historic and modern elements comingle in a refined and comfortable fashion. Here, antiques, trendy objects, hardwood floors, heated tiles, brick walls, and sound-proof rooms complement one another perfectly. The common areas are charming and include a magnificent terrace.
Another comfy option is Le Cartier, a splendid stone house which holds a large collection of masterfully appointed artwork. Located on a quiet street just steps from the action, this property seduces with its welcoming, tranquil surroundings, elegant décor, and lovely courtyard. You will feel right at home as soon as you walk through the doorway.
Last, but certainly not least, the Sir Montcalm welcomes you with an inviting urban chic décor in a non-smoking environment. Its three rooms and two suites feature a private bath, cable television, telephone, and high-speed Internet access. A landscaped courtyard, a living room with fireplace, and a 4-course breakfast create a welcoming and peaceful atmosphere.
Seven great places in the Village to discover, each providing you with renowned Montréal hospitality. Have a wonderful stay chez nous, and sweet dreams!