Le Widor has 6 bedrooms with a contemporary flair in the rustic charm of a centenary building. Every room presents a unique décor with chair, desk table, a flat-screen cable TV and most have a private bathroom. The rooms are located on both highest and lowest floors of the building. Some of the rooms offer access to a private lounge. Le Widor has air conditioning on the main upper floor and is well ventilated. Our rooms offer all the modern comfort in a rustic environment. Le Widor continually strives to provide a comfortable stay to its guests with a complete range of services. Whether you're in town for business or pleasure, you can enjoy a homemade breakfastgenerous including vegetables omelette, crepes, ham and cheese, yogourt, cerals, toast juice and coffee. Featuring a bistro-style terrace our accommodations are near the Plains of Abrahams and offers free WI -Fi access throughout its walls. Also available to you, a communal kitchen and dining -room are at your disposal. City Central Appartment This City Central Appartment is the first floor (one level above ground so one set of stairs) of a big house located in the heart of cultural and touristic activities. It provides 3 large bedrooms with their respective bathrooms, a fully equiped kitchen and a large dining area connecting to a outside deck (summer only). The location is perfect as you are walking distance from Old City, Abrahams Plaines, Museums, Restaurants and bars, etc. This 1929 house is well maintained and combine old look with modern comfort. Paying parking is just behind the house (CAD$16 per 24 hours). Grocery store and drugstore are just around the corner. The owner lives on the ground floor and is available to answer your questions or help your sightseeing plans.



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Located in uptown Quebec city, on Grande Allée Street, the small Hotel Le Widor will enchant you. You will find the best of what Quebec has to offer at a walking distance; many restaurants, shops and attractions. Le Widor is just 2 miles away from Old Quebec, less than 1 mile from the Museum of Fine Arts, and 5 miles from the Museum of Civilization.

Rates ( CAD($) )

Period Minimum Price Maximum Price
1 Night 600.00 800.00
From Date To Date Night Rate Week Rate Month Rate Min Stay Additional Person Other Fee
30. 04. 2017 30. 10. 2017 800.00 4800.00 2 nights
20. 12. 2016 02. 01. 2017 800.00 4800.00 2 nights


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Cancellation Policy: Full reimbursement if cancelled more than 14 days before arrival date. 50% payment is kept if cancelled 10 days or less before arrival date. Full payment is due for cancellation less than 7 days before arrival date.



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  • Appliances:

    Vacuum cleaner, Iron, Ironing board, Freezer, Four burner gas stove, Washing machine

  • Attractions and relaxation:

    Local craftshop, Bar/pub, Discotheque, Restaurant, Park and garden, Leisure park, Art gallery, Historical site, Museum, Theatre, Festivals

  • House:

    Garden/swimming pool maintenance, Air Conditioning

  • Interior layout:

    Veranda, Laundry room, Bedroom, Living room, Sitting room, Kitchen, Dining room, Dining area, Bathroom, Shower room, Washroom

  • Kitchen:

    Coffee Maker, Dishes & Utensils, Dishwasher, Microwave, Oven, Pantry Items, Refrigerator, Toaster, Stove

  • Leisure:

    Cycling, Spa, Sightseeing, Festival

  • Local Services & Businesses:

    Bicycle Rental, Bike/mountain bike hire, Car rental, Household linens for hire/laundry services, Caterer, Local shops, Supermarket, Hairdressing salon, Internet cafe, Post office, Bank, Cash point, Doctor, Hospital

  • Outside accommodation:

    Terrace, Balcony, Courtyard

  • Outside amenities:

    Garden seated area

  • Sleeps - bed(s):

    Queen-size bed(s), King-size bed(s), Double bed

  • Surroundings:

    River, 18 hole golf course, Marina, Ice skating rink

  • Swimming pool:

    private swimming-pool

  • Washing:

    Sheets, Blanket(s), Quilt(s), Pillows, Linen


Enjoy the warm hospitality and comfort of this well maintained house.


  • teresaknguyen   Ottawa, Canada

    “Cute B&B”

    Three friends and I stayed for three nights in the Symphony room over the long weekend. We had never stayed in a bed & breakfast before, but we loved it here. Check-in here was the easiest thing I've ever experienced. The location is great for exploring: plenty of restaurants and pubs nearby and Old Quebec isn't too far a walk either. We just sucked it up and paid for the parking garage in the back, since the streets were under construction when we were there, and didn't use the car until we left. It was also nice that we could go into the kitchen and grab a cookie or pastry for a snack (they were put out where the breakfast food was laid out in the morning) if we were stopping back in between our day plans and evening plans. Breakfast was good, if not a little repetitive (a lot of bread-types = croissant, bagel, bread), but that's okay, just get a little creative with what you put in your breakfast sandwich. The room was great, with plenty of room for the four of us. It was so clean when we got there and was also tidied while we were out during the day, which we weren't really expecting. We had a great stay here and I could definitely see us staying here again.

  • gsoucy   -

    “Perfect price and location”

    Spent three wonderful nights here and would stay again! Hotel is clean and very centrally located, a nice walk into the center of the city. The breakfast was wonderful and the pate is a must! The rooms were spacious clean and quiet, we slept wonderfully Stayed July 2014, travelled as a couple

  • samaPerth_   Australia Perth, Australia

    “Don't believe the pictures!”

    The location of this b&b was good - close to the St John Baptiste area. It was half price when we stayed because of roadworks. We we're put in one of the basement rooms which are really only for sleeping in - no natural light, cold, inhospitable. The other rooms looked marginally better, but not like in the photos. Even at half price these rooms are not good value.

  • Adriene O   Algonquin, Illinois

    “Sweet spot to stay”

    We stayed in the Symphony Room. It was a delightful room with plenty of space for my daughter and myself. Bed was comfy. The walking distance into the old city was very doable. Our hostess, Sophie, recommended we stop around the corner on Cartier Street which had wonderful restaurants and cafes. We were so glad she shared this little secret with us or we would have missed out on something unique and special. Stayed September 2016, travelled with family

  • Mom-of-Max   Arlington, MA

    “Long Weekend in Quebec City”

    What a wonderful place to call home for the weekend. My sons and I were in the Symphony room. It was like having a little suite. The room was spacious, beds were comfortable and the owner Sophie Guilmette was gracious. Very close to the Old City area, about a 15 - 20 minute walk along Grand Allee. Breakfast was lovely each day. Quiche, crepes, fresh fruit or yogurt and cereal. Nice rice pudding. After exploring all day it was nice to come back and sit on the terrace, enjoy a glass of wine and relax. Grocery store nearby, reasonable parking too. Refrigerator and microwave are available for guest use.Will definitely stay here again.


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CAD($) 600

per night


 (5 Reviews)
  • Sleeps 14
  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathrooms 5
  • Property Type BnB
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