Wakefield Bed and Breakfast ; In Wakefield, there are no shortages of bed and breakfast spots for such a small village.
Since we have only stayed in Wakefield Quebec this one time so far, by the nature of that short visit, we did not get to experience other lodgings.
Yet when we go back for another weekend, and we will since we enjoyed our first visit so much, do we stay at the same B & B that we did the first time, or try another?
Les Trois Erables B&B
At Les Trois Erables the hosts are Judith & Patrice, and they bend over backwards to make you welcome.They have four rooms at Les Trois Erables, and on this Canada Day weekend, as well as much of the rest of the year I would expect, their rooms are all booked. If this is where you would like to “hang your hat” for a summer or winter stay, book well in advance!
It is not just their location, on Chemin Riverside (yes, right across the street from the Gatineau River). It is not just their wonderful porch where we sat enjoying the July summer evening, savouring a couple of glasses of vin rouge. And it is not just their multi-course, absolutely delightful gourmet breakfast served in the Victorian dining room. It’s everything!
It’s also the mini-fridge full of cool drinks and water, with yummies placed strategically for the enjoyment of their guests if they feel a bit “snackish” after hours.
Les Trois Erables offers the guest large, well appointed, clean rooms with ensuite wc’s. You can stay in a home that is an established part of Wakefield history, with a park just down the street on the river that is named after the home’s original owner.
This Wakefield B&B is within walking distance of almost everything in Wakefield, including the Vorlage Ski area. Though it isn’t too far, it is more convenient to drive to the Wakefield Covered Bridge to avoid a couple of busy roads.
Patrice and Judith make Les Trois Erables a home away from home for visitors to Wakefield and worked very hard at making us welcome. We thank them for that. Expect the same when you visit.
Are there other lodgings and B&B’s in Wakefield Quebec? Sure. And many of them have their own stories to tell about history in Wakefield too, I’m sure.
For us though, I’m thinking that our next visit to Wakefield will include a stay at Les Trois Erables, whether to enjoy their sultry summer on the Gatineau River, or a winter skiing holiday.
That is, if they have room.
If you want more info about Les Trois Erables, here is their site: www.lestroiserables.com.
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