Quebec Winter Wonderland

Montreal, Countryside Quebec and Quebec City

From £2500 per person in low season

per person based on 2 people sharing, including domestic flights, accommodation and private transfers.

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  • A fun Winter itinerary making the most of Quebec's Winter festival

  • Stay overnight at the Hotel de Glace, Quebec's very own Ice Hotel

  • Enjoy winter activities including snowmobiling and dog sledding at Hotel Sacacomie

  • Explore Quebec's beautiful cities, Montreal and Quebec City

  • Travel in the first 2 weeks of February and enjoy Quebec City's Winter Carnaval

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Winter activities are available from December through until early April. To include the Hotel de Glace in the itinerary stays must be between January and March

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Itinerary

The Province of Quebec offers a wonderful snowy getaway during the winter months. This week away embraces this magical winter wonderland with dog sledding, snow shoeing and snowmobiling aplenty and even a stay at the Ice Hotel.

First fly from London to Montreal, arriving early evening for a stay in the charming old town. The cobbled streets are even more romantic when dusted with snow with plenty of inviting restaurants beckoning you in to the warmth.

The following day you will have a private transfer out to the stunning Lake Sacacomie and into a white blanketed forest. Peeping above the treetops, Hotel Sacacomie is a welcome sight and you are whisked straight in to warm in front of the log fire.

The hotel offers a host of winter activities. With packs of husky dogs settled into the forest for the winter months, a dog sledding experience is a must. They will kit you out for snowmobiling too with miles of trails that experienced guides will take you out on to. Before you know it you will be in the ultimate scenic winter wonderland. Back at the hotel the spa is the next treat, the hot tubs are well worth the chilly run out to for the view is amazing!

Although the accommodation at Hotel Sacacomie is simple, the welcome is warm and the experience and setting just unforgettable.

After a few days here you climb aboard the float plane once again although now you will be heading north toward Quebec City. Once landed you head out of the city, 10 minutes North for a unique and very special experience, a night at Hotel de Glace. This very special hotel is rebuilt every year and is open for just 3 months in mid winter. This is not a luxury experience but certainly must be done once in a lifetime. Spend a night in a beautifully carved ice chamber in warm arctic sleeping bags, if the budget will stretch to it, I would recommend the Premium Theme Suite with fireplace, for a little touch of luxury.

The next morning, after a warming breakfast, you will be transferred back into Quebec City for the final part of your stay. The city itself was simply built with winter in mind. Delightful cobbled streets hide traditional boutique shops, intimate restaurants and cafes and cosy log fires to warm yourselves from the cold. For the city is very cold during the winter, but this is all part of the magical experience. If you are lucky enough to stay in the first 2 weeks of February, the city comes to life for the Winter Carnaval. With ice sculpture competitions, canoe races, outdoor parties and parades, it is a wonderful time to be there.

Your winter week away finally comes to a close. You will be transferred to the airport for your flight down to Montreal where you connect on to an overnight flight back to London. Alternatively you can take the train back to Montreal for a more scenic and leisurely way to travel.

This itinerary is an example of what we can prepare for our guests and can be tailor made to fit in with your exact requirements. Please speak with one of our specialists for guidance on how to make your perfect Canada getaway.

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  1. Fly to Montreal

  2. Days 1-2: Le Saint Sulpice

    Montreal, Quebec

    Le Saint Sulpice is a lovely all suite hotel in an ideal location just steps away from Basilica Notre Dame and the vibrant restaurants and bars of Rue St Paul in Old Town Montreal, yet it offers an oasis of calm and tranquillity away from busy city life

  3. Days 2-5: Saint Alexis des Monts

    Accommodation: Hotel Sacacomie (3 nights)

  4. Days 5-6: Quebec City, Canada

    Accommodation: Hotel de Glace Quebec (1 night)

  5. Days 6-8: Auberge Saint Antoine

    Quebec City, Canada

    So much more than a hotel, the Auberge St Antoine lives and breathes the history of Old Quebec in a stylish and elegant environment. An ideal choice for couples and families alike this beautiful hotel fuses contemporary living with old world charm.

  6. Fly home from Quebec (via Montreal)

Experiences

  • Le Massif Gourmet Train Day

    Spend the day travelling by luxury train Le Massif de Charlevoix along the banks of the St Lawrence River to the picturesque village of Baie-Saint-Paul. Enjoy gourmet breakfast on board and spend a few hours exploring this pretty area

Location

Montreal, Countryside Quebec and Quebec City

Le Saint Sulpice is situated on Saint-Sulpice, in the heart of Old Town Montreal, adjacent to the Notre-Dame Basilica, and just steps away from the Old Port. Hotel Sacacomie is located 15 minutes from Saint Alexis des Monts, in the heart of the forest and bordering the Mastigouche wildlife reserve, it overlooks the majestic Lake Sacacomie whose shore extends for more than 40km. The location of Hotel de Glace Quebec alters each year due to weather conditions and location suitability. For 2012 the hotel is located 10 minutes drive from downtown Quebec City. Auberge Saint Antoine is located at the heart of Québec City’s Old Port and across from the majestic St. Lawrence River, the Auberge is just steps from the fortifications, museums, and bustling streets of the Petit Champlain district.

How to get there

7.5 hour international flight (non-stop) to Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, followed by a 30 minute drive to Le Saint Sulpice.

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We design each itinerary around you, so this suggested itinerary is a starting point that we can tweak or transform into something completely bespoke to you. Call us on 020 3993 8245 to start planning your holiday.

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