is located on the seafront in Bonaventure, isolated from Route 132, at the mouth of the Cullen’s Brook on the Baie des Chaleurs. With no immediate neighbours and with direct and private access to the beach, it enjoys an exceptional view of the sea and the mountains.
A contemporary house with abundant windows illuminating a large minimalist common space, the Maison de l'Échouerie has a number of terraces opening to the sea and the countryside. Bordered by hedges of wild roses that bloom from St. Jean-Baptiste Day until the end of August, small paths wander through the property revealing their mysteries and delights, such as the presence of a well-protected kitchen garden.
Open all year round
Rooms with private bathrooms, breakfast included
- $110 single occupancy
- $130 double occupancy
Weekly rate (Saturday to Saturday)
- $690 single occupancy
- $820 double occupancy
Deposit: 40% when booking, payment of the balance on arrival.
Credit cards: VISA, MasterCard, Discover
Cancellation: 72 hours before arrival. No refund of deposit after this period.
Check-in: after 3 p.m.
Check-out: before 12:00 noon
Français, English, Deutsch, Italiano
- fish and seafood restaurant (5 min walk)
- in Bonaventure (4 km):
- restaurants, bars and cafés in the village and on the quay
- delicatessen, artisanal bakery, supermarket, SAQ liquor store
- sea excursion
- Musée Acadien du Québec
- Bioparc interpretation centre (Gaspé fauna)
- Fauvel 18-hole golf course (3 km)
- CIME Aventures, descent of the Bonaventure River (12 km)
- Banc-de-Pêche-de-Paspébiac National Historic Site (17 km)
- Grotte de Saint-Elzéar, speleology (20 km)
- Ski resort at Pin Rouge in New Richmond (50 km)
- Miguasha National Park, UNESCO fossil site (80 km)
- Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé National Park (130 km)
- Gaspésie National Park, alpine hiking (140 km)
- VIA RAIL station in Campbellton (NB), served by the Montreal-Halifax line (110 km)
A captivating and charming town, Bonaventure – Wagamet in the Mi’gmaq language – was founded in 1760 by families deported from Acadia during the Great Upheaval. People in Bonaventure identify as belonging to the Acadian community, and are proud to express their heritage.
Bonaventure has a well-developed tourist infrastructure. There are a number of restaurants and bistros with varied and quality cuisine, as well as several shops and boutiques. Its main street, Avenue de Grand-Pré, has the advantage of being slightly off the path of Route 132, thereby preserving its original charm.
Bonaventure’s beaches and its famous river are food for the soul, calling you to choose from among the many available outdoor activities: sailing, canoeing, kayaking, cycling, river rafting, swimming and fishing for striped-bass, salmon and mackerel. The sunsets over the Baie des Chaleurs with the Chic-Chocs as a backdrop are magnificent.
Come see us. Bonaventure is the heart of the Acadian identity of Quebec and the Maison de l'Échouerie, a magical place, its best kept secret!