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La Maison Molson-Beattie

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145, rue du Bateau-Passeur,
Tadoussac (Quebec)
G0T 2A0
Phone: 514 393-1417
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Number of units : 1
Price Legend: plus de 150$
Périodes d’activités :
Opening hours :

June 1 to September 30


Establishment #: 276150

Ottawa: 546 km
Montréal: 413 km
Québec: 186 km

Description

This building is one of three houses built in the 1850's, by John Evan Price, along the north side of the road leading up from the Tadoussac village wharf at l'Anse-à-l'Eau. Only two of the houses remain. When they were built, the economy of Tadoussac was undergoing fundamental changes. The Price Company's sawmill had closed in 1848 when local wood resources had been exhausted, and the industry moved further up the Saguenay River. The Municipality of Tadoussac was beginning to rely on the fast-growing tourism sector.

The houses were originally covered with board and batten. The Tadoussac Protestant Chapel, built around the same time, retains this type of cladding. After the turn of the century, the board and batten were covered with brick and a small extension was added. The house was donated to CHQ in 1991 and for several years it has hosted a maritime exhibit highlighting the history of Tadoussac as a port and shipbuilding center, honoring the captains and sailors of the region.

The property can be rented as a holiday summer house for families or small groups.

Equipment

π High Speed Internet
¢ Kitchenette
! Microwave
¥ Non-smoking
, Private bathroom
J Wireless Internet

Nearby activities

Y Cycling : trails near
Y Cycling trails
g Golf nearby
& Hiking trails
l Nearby beach for swimming
Theatre / Summer theatre nearby

Services and commodities

9 Bedding
¢ Common computer
¥ entirely_non_smoking
E Free outdoor parking
ø Public transportation nearby
Secure bike storage
ß Washer and dryer
Wireless Internet

Room rates

Per night $175 / Night

Prices may have changed. We recommend you contact the establishment to check their prices before reserving. Cash only. No credit cards accepted.

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