Manoir du Lac Delage
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- On the edge of Lac Delage, this hotel is situated at the gateway to the Jacques-Cartier glacial valley and is a 30-minute drive to historic Quebec City
- The area is known for outdoor activity; from canoeing and fishing in summer months to skiing and snowshoeing in the winter
- Recently renovated, rooms are decorated in a country-classic style; some have cozy seating areas and Jacuzzi tubs
- On-site Gourmet Champêtre restaurant earns a 5-star rating on TripAdvisor
In the Jacques-Cartier Valley area, Manoir du Lac Delage sits within the mountainous plateau on the edge of a provincial park. Though situated on a quiet lake in rural Quebec, the hotel is only a 30-minute drive to historic Old Quebec City with its quaint cobblestone streets lined with boutiques and restaurants. In the winter guests can take advantage of skiing at Stoneham Mountain Resort, a five-minute drive from the hotel.
On-site, guests will appreciate the more remote location and the scenery Lac Delage has to offer. The Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier is host to one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Quebec and is a 15-minute drive from the hotel; the property itself boasts expansive lake views.
Recently renovated, rooms are quaintly decorated in plaid and floral fabrics, giving the décor a classic-country style. Dormer rooms have skylights while expansive suites have cozy seating areas; some with kitchenettes and Jacuzzi tubs. Guests can really spread out in the two-storey VIP Suite with fireplace, panoramic terrace and separate master bedroom. All rooms have free Wi-Fi; however, there is no elevator so contact the hotel if you prefer ground floor accommodations.
Guests have complimentary access to the outdoor spas and sauna during their stay. The resort also has an extensive list of services, from traditional massages and facials to body wraps and chromatherapy baths. Also on-site, Gourmet Champêtre restaurant serves breakfast, brunch and dinner daily with menu items such as pancakes with maple butter, duck confit and, of course, poutine.