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Maison Historique James Thompson
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All reviewsfrench toastcrepesb bother guestscroissantsprivate bathwithin walking distancefresh fruit bowlold citygreat locationbed and breakfastthird floorhelpful suggestionstop floorbreakfast was amazingwithin the wallsenjoyed our stay
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Reviewed 11 March 2012

We spent the last weeknd of the 2012 Winter Carnival at the MHJT. Greg and Guita were very helpful, responsive and accomodating to our inquiries, reservations and stay. Very historic, lots of character,; the house and Greg!
Easy to find, located where you park your car and dont get back into it untilo you are leaving for good.
There were six of us, myself, my wife and two kids and my daughter and her husband. We were able to get two adjoining rooms on the third floor. Our room ahd a queen and two individual beds for the kids. the other room was a queen. central shared bathroom, no big deal. warm, lots of blankets, heat was good. we were very comfortable the entire stay. Even ahd a TV area we could all sit and warm up and watch a movie on a giant flat screen TV.

The breakfast was amazing. Juice, endless coffee, tea, hot coccoa, individual fresh fruit bowl, muffins, croesants. You have a choice of eggs to order, french toast, Belgian waffle , fresh blueberry creppes, all with suasage or bacon. and more coffee. a table of cereals to choose fomr that had to be at least 30 different choices. Greg is a retired firefighter and knows the importance of lots of good coffee. Plan on only eating two meals a day. You are stuffed from the breakfast.

Greg will advise you on places to eat, things to see and such. he is a wealth of info, has a great sense of humor and goes the extra mile.

If you want a great lodging experience without the impersonal feel of a hotel, this is the place. You cant go wrong. we will return. Highly recommend.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 10 March 2012

Its in the heart of walled city, one can walk to all the the most interesting sites.
The owners are very hospitable and knowledgeable of the place.
Breakfast! it is was so good and so much .... that I wished I booked my lunch heaps later in the aftenoon. The house itself is historical. better value, specially if one is a couple.

Room Tip: all the rooms are spacious, the bottom rooms tend to have bigger bath space
  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled solo
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Reviewed 23 February 2012

This historic home is located right in middle of the Old City, just steps from the famous Chateau Frontenac. Greg (the proprietor) not only sets an elegant table and prepares a mean French toast, but he is also full of helpful tips and historic information about Quebec City so you don't miss a thing during your stay. This has to be the best deal in town.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 31 January 2012

It's nicer than what we expected...clean and close to the festival by walk, close to all old city ...service by the owner who's really helpful with area information.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 7 January 2012

Our hostess, Guitta, went above and beyond all expectation to make our stay unforgettable. The location is as central to all sights as possible. Breakfast was a feast, with a great selection of delectable food. The house is very authentic yet provides all the amenities one could require. Very family friendly, accommodating and welcoming. Parking is tight, but so is everything in the neighborhood.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank Jordan W
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