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This is the last page that still needs some rebuilding

French : Activités et Attractions

Rebuilt page will show details of:

LOCAL ACTIVITIES
– Cycling & Hiking trails
– Skiing
– Golf & Tennis
– Horseback riding

ATTRACTIONS
– Mont Tremblant (82 km)
– Parc Omega(13 km)
– Le Chateau Montebello
(18 km)
– Montagne Noire (16,5 km)
– Lac Simon (25,9 km)

YOUR COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFASTS

(INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF YOUR ROOM)

FREE HI-SPEED
WIFI INTERNET

Because both professionals and travelers need to access the Internet anywhere!

OUR SERVICE IS YOUR PLEASURE!

Enjoy our warm, courteous service. A wholesome Breakfast is included for each guest, in the price of the room.

FREE PARKING

Our guests have free use of our parking lot. Typically one vehicle, per room

KIDS ARE WELCOME

AND ONE CHILD
UNDER 6 YEARS OF AGE
STAYS FREE OF CHARGE !

(minimum 2 paid occupants)

Local attractions, Activities, & Events

Gil Ann’s Bed & Breakfast is very well situated, giving our guests access to diverse tourist attractions, seasonal activities, popular local events. Please check out our ‘THINGS TO DO’ page, to find out more about them..

Gil Ann’s Location

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Gil Ann’s Location

We are in the quiet town of Saint-André-Avellin, located at the Southern foot of the Laurentian Mountains in the province of Québec. The renowned Mont Tremblant year-round ski-resort and activity-filled national park are just an hour’s drive to the North. 15 minutes to the South, is the beautiful & popular Montebello village. Downtown Ottawa is just an hour’s drive to the West. And Montreal is just an hour’s drive to the East.

165 Rue Principale
Saint-André-Avellin,
Québec,   J0V 1W0
Canada

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BEFORE GIL ANN…

This victorian home was originally built at the end of the 19th century (circa 1889), by the politician Adélard Quesnel. After his death in 1938, the house was inherited by his daughter, Simone, who lived there for several years. Today, the house is living out it’s second vocation as a bed and breakfast while exploiting it’s ancestral beauty, and is officially classified as a historical site.