This hotel built in 1891 is decorated to the nines. The rooms are not large reflecting the original style but are comfortable. There is extensive use of wood for wainscotting and it has an old time feel with squeaky floors and steps. There was no coffee maker in the room nor a small fridge. The location is a bit away from the new centre of the town. It seems a bit stranded where it is. The neighbourhood does not reflect the hotel's period. The host was gracious. We did not eat here. While it is a nicely kept hotel the cost per room seemed a little high based on others we have stayed in during a trip through Gaspe to PEI.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Critically acclaimed by New York Times and Le Figaro Magazine. A seaside boutique-hotel on Baie des Chaleurs, New Brunswick, Canada. Operated by 3rd and 4th generations of Paulins, owners, Gerard Paulin and Karen Mersereau offer exclusive personalized services. Enjoy spectacular sunsets, private beach, golf, adventure and spa packages. Renowned cuisine specializing in local fresh seafood and artisan products. Table d'hote presents such delicacies as steamed lobsters in Champagne. Open year round. Offers winter adventures. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Paulin Hotel Caraquet