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This is certainly a winter wonderland! We were impressed from the moment we arrived. We selected a package with meals. The rooms are lovely and the food delicious. Service was especially good, considering we don't speak French. The highlight for us was visiting the Ice...More
Just want to join in the applause for Duchesnay. We also stayed here in conjunction with a stay at the Ice Hotel. The setting is spectacular, and we have never met more accommodating staff. The night before our stay at the Ice Hotel, we had...More
Stayed here one night after staying at the Ice Hotel. Great staff and service that accomodated English guests with ease. Nice view of the lake and property from your room. Many activities available, including: dogsledding, snowmobiling, ice fishing, ice skating, winter golf, snow shoeing, and...More
We stayed at the Auberge Duchesnay in January 2006. We were getting married at the Ice Hotel, which is on the same site, and stayed at the Auberge for the three nights before our wedding.
We stayed in a suite on the first floor and...More
Response from vacationer123 | Reviewed this property |
I would say, no. There was a bit of a village not too far away. We didn't go there, but stayed on site, no need to leave. If you mean Quebec City, I think it's about maybe 1/2 -3/4 hour away? You can google that.
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"Stay in the main lodge, avoid stand-alone cottages, they are antiquated and poorly equipped"