The Best Bed and Breakfast in Quebec City

Where to Stay: Best B&Bs in Quebec City

Last Updated on May 5, 2021 by Pamela

B&Bs in Quebec City is one of the BEST ways to experience a little of the local culture. Whether you’re on a budget or you craving a more local experience during your Quebec City vacation, staying in a B&B is the way to go.

Here are our picks for the BEST B&Bs in Quebec City!

Le 253

Tucked away in the neighbourhood of Saint-Roch, Quebec, Le 253 is a beautiful bed and breakfast in Quebec City with cozy rooms and absolutely charming hosts. Perfect for couples, or singles.

Book a roomNeighbourhood: Saint-RochAddress: 253, rue de la Reine

Le Coureur des Bois

Located on a quiet street in Old Quebec City, Le Coureur des Bois is quaint and beautiful and one of the more popular bed & breakfasts in Quebec City. Rooms are a mixture of old and new, the breakfast is delicious, and your hosts will make you feel like you’re family.

Book a roomNeighbourhood: Old Quebec City • Address: 15, rue Sainte-Ursule

Acacias Bed & Breakfast

If you’re looking for something away from the city centre and in a more quiet and residential neighbourhood, this bed and breakfast may be perfect for you. Located in the neighbourhood of Saint-Sacrament. Rooms are fairly spacious and quite comfortable. Breakfast is good.

Book a room • Neighbourhood: Saint-Sacrament • Address: 1336, rue Marie-Rollet

La Victorienne Urbaine

Rest up in an air-conditioned room with a private bathroom. This b&b is tucked away in a quiet part of Saint-Sauveur, and still within walking distance of neighbourhoods like Saint-Roch. Rooms are a good size, beds are comfortable and the owner speaks French, English and German. A lovely option.

Book a roomNeighbourhood: Saint-SauveurAddress: 684, Saint-Vallier Ouest

B&B des Grisons

Located a short walk from Fairmont Château Frontenac and Dufferin Terrace, B&B des Grisons is small with comfortable rooms and shared bathrooms. Breakfast is delicious and the neighbourhood is peaceful, no matter how busy Old Quebec City may be. Owners speak French, English and Spanish.

Book a roomNeighbourhood: Old Quebec City • Address: 1, rue des Grisons