Presbytère de St-Urbain B&B in Rémigny Quebec
Presbytère de St-Urbain B&B Rémigny Quebec Bed and Breakfast Inn Places To Stay Lodgings Accommodations

Hosts: Diane and Dennis

Guestrooms: 3

Address: 1282, Chemin de L'eglise, Rémigny, Quebec J0Z 3H0 Canada

Telephone: 819-761-2411,

Activities/Attractions: Abitibi-Témiscamingue lies in the western part of Quebec, skirting the natural frontier of Ontario. From north to south, its 65,000 km2 of lavish forests, fish-rich waters, dynamic cities and picturesque villages stretch from the 47th to the 49th parallel. Nearly 145,000 persons have chosen to live in Abitibi-Témiscamingue.

Our closeness to our roots, which are still quite young, has nurtured our determination to make this land our home and to build a healthy life of exceptional quality.

Abitibi-Témiscamingue’s history is closely linked to natural resources development. The region came into being in the late 18th century with the discovery of its agricultural and mining riches. However there is evidence of Algonquin occupation in the region for more than 8,000 years. Their contribution to the region’s growth is very significant and their heritage can still be felt and seen in seven communities.

The 22,000 lakes and rivers found in Abitibi-Témiscamingue have had a catalytic effect on regional growth. The only passageway for more than two hundred years, water provided explorers the means to travel the region. Lakes and rivers are still key assets to the people of Abitibi-Témiscamingue, and the development of this vital resource constitutes a major issue.

From north to south, the diversity of wildlife, flora and relief make the region unique. When you visit Abitibi-Témiscamingue, you visit two regions in one that are connected by the watershed divide, not by a hyphen. On one side, water travels north to James Bay and on the other, it flows south and drains into the St. Lawrence River.

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General Information: Welcome to Presbytère de St-Urbain Bed and Breakfast nestled in the peaceful community of Rémigny, Quebec. Come to enjoy relaxation and peace or partake in the many seasonal activities available. Come to discover the history and serenity of the Presbytère in Rémigny with a blend of Ontario and Quebec hospitality.

We have always enjoyed the Lake Temiscamingue area as this is where we would spend our summer vacations camping. The beauty of the forests, the Canadian Shield and the many small lakes and waterways are perfect to canoe, camp, fish, swim and observe many types of wildlife, such as moose, loons, muskrats, beaver, ducks, hawks and a host of others too many to list - it is a nature lovers paradise unspoiled, not like many similar areas south of us. Our B&B and Room features include:

  • Curé Roch Majeau initially occupied this room, with an ensuite bathroom. You can feel the history and enjoy the modern upgrades
  • Curé Eudore Côté was the last Curé to live in the Presbytère. Enjoy this bedroom that would have been used by visiting priests or dignitaries. There is an adjoining bathroom that can be private or shared with the Library room
  • Enjoy the twin beds in The Library Room that was originally the library for the parish
  • Enjoy morning coffee in the living room, meditation room or on the wrap around gallery with gardens that only enhance the experience
  • The call of the loon soothes the mind and soul
  • We offer a full range of services, such as Reiki, massage, exfoliation, wraps, hand and foot care and hot tub
  • Come and enjoy the beauty of our gardens, water and Rémigny

Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Interac, Cheques and Cash.

Rates: (Prices quoted in CAD Dollars).


Rates include a full served breakfast.
Other meals are also available at an additional cost.
Please contact us for information.

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