Hotel

Auberge des Glacis

L'Islet • Destination Région L'Islet
Family-owned bussiness
Chef Pascal Androdias
Lapin de M. Pelletier

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Description

  • Number of Guests : 14

  • Washroom : 16

  • Wireless Internet Access

In a few words

L'Auberge des Glacis is a hidden treasure in the middle of an estate, between the seaway and the mountains. A page in the history of the Côte-du-Sud region is engraved on the stone walls of this old mill (1840). In our cozy dining room, discover the unique flavors of our extensive gourmet menu concocted with 55 local producers from Chaudière-Appalaches. The Chef Olivier Raffestin knows how to blend flavors, with a mixture of boldness and subtlety. Each of his dishes is a true work of art. Let us charm you with one of our 16 rooms with enchanting decor and private bathrooms, and two romantic suites. Each room has wooden beams. Rooms offer antique furniture or furniture made by local artisans, beams and stone walls. Scour our maintained trails in our five acre park, with a small lake to swim in. Browse through the beautiful gardens and trails in the park surrounding the hotel, with swimming lake, a gazebo and Zen garden. Four-season solarium.

For Real!

Every morning when I cross the bridge that leads to the Inn, I say to myself:"How fortunate I am to work in such a beautiful place, with friendly people and a golden clientele! What a beautiful life!"

Diane Laflamme, Auberge des Glacis

Certifications et distinctions

  • Terroir et saveurs du Québec
  • Quebec Resorts & Country Inns
  • Bienvenue cyclistes !™
  • Aliments du Québec au menu
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2008
  • Grand Prix National BRONZE - 2008
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2009
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2010
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2010
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2011
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2014
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2015
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2016
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2017

Offers (4)

Offres

Arrêts Gourmands

Arrêts Gourmands

On vacation an hour from home!

Ah ! Saint-Jean-Port-Joli ! Here is a village that lives up to its name! As I am lucky enough to live in the neighbouring MRC, only an hour away, it is not uncommon for me to head to Saint-Jean-Port-Joli for one or two days, simply to get a change of scenery. The experience works like a charm: every time I take exit 414 off the 20, I immediately switch to "vacation" mode, even though I'm only a few steps from home!