Located in the village of Cap-à l'Aigle, in Quebec's Charlevoix region, this inn is nestled between the sea and the mountains and offers stunning views of the St. Lawrence River.
Auberge Fleurs de Lune is within walking distance of the Cap-à-l'Aigle gardens, which offer over 850 varieties of lilac. The church of Saint-Peter-on-the-Rock, built in 1872, is located right next door. Tadoussac, a whale watching departure site, is just minutes away.
Breakfast at Fleurs de Lune Auberge is available at a cost. Menu items may include eggs, pancakes or country-style omelets with toast, freshly baked croissants and fresh fruit. The inn's guestrooms are uniquely decorated with custom-made furniture, hardwood floors, rugs, armchairs and drapes.