In a country setting, the house offers you the chance to enjoy a warm and authentic atmosphere as well as all the modern comforts. Gîte à L'Abri Du Clocher is the ideal place for a holiday break or a relaxing weekend with your partner, family or friends. You will find all the modern amenities in a yesteryear decor, and more!
Come live out the Quebec history with Josée and Michel, the happy owners of the Gite à L'Abri Du Clocher. This home belongs to a time when religion was prevalent throughout. We offer you an overview of our presbytery’s history and we hope to share our love for the beautiful region of Baie-des-Chaleurs, in Gaspésie.
Five comfortable themed rooms
A private bathroom for each room
Cable TV in each room
Delicious cuisine and lunches, always freshly made on the day
A large solarium offering a place to relax or to go through leaflets and brochures from nearby attractions
Free Wi-Fi network
Desktop computer available to do searches by yourself
Looking for a bed and breakfast or short to medium term accommodation where it feels good to live? You knocked on the right door! In fact, tourism in the Gaspésie was ranked third in the world’s most beautiful destinations in 2009, for its sustainable development and numerous attractions.
Miguasha National Park
Tourism in Gaspésie
Ecomuseum Savonnerie du village
Microbrewery Le Naufrageur
Public beach and water activities
Miguasha National Park, recognized by UNESCO for its extremely old fossils, is located in the municipality of Nouvelle, which is part of the north shore of the magnificent Baie-des-Chaleurs. We are located just minutes away from the Ecomuseum Savonnerie du village and 15 km from Carleton-sur-mer with its beautiful beaches and majestic Barachois. We are also just minutes away from Mount St. Joseph, which is renowned for its Oratory and is a historic pilgrimage destination with a memorable view of Baie-des-Chaleurs as well as New Brunswick. The cottage is open all year round and accessible by the Trans-Québec 5 snowmobile trail.
Direct access by road 132, the cottage is halfway between the road to Parc de la Gaspésie (road 299) and the interprovincial bridge of New Brunswick.