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Hotels in Gaspe Quebec

Introduction to Gaspe

The town of Gaspe, or Gaspesie, is part of the Gaspe peninsula, first claimed by the French in 1534 by Jacques Cartier. Fronting the Gulf of the St. Lawrence in north-eastern Quebec, the town makes the perfect getaway for those that appreciate the best Mother Nature has to offer. Skyscanner can help you book the perfect hotel, at the best rate for your stay. Book the cheapest air and arrange for that rental car while you're at it. You'll be all set to explore this French-flavoured scenic locale.

Things to Do in Gaspe

Immerse yourself in the history of Gaspe with a visit to one of the local museums. The Musee de la Gaspesie, in the heart of town, takes you back to Gaspe's beginnings. It includes displays featuring the First Nations people, the Micmacs, as well as the landing of Jacques Cartier, whose memorial is nearby.

Art lovers, head for the Gallerie Claude Cote, featuring a collection of watercolours from its namesake artist along with works by other locals. About 40 kilometres north of town is the Manoir Le Boutillier, a National Historic Site of Canada. Built in 1860, the fully restored private mansion now houses historic artworks, vintage furnishings and maritime artefacts. Visit the gift shop for souvenirs and the tea shop for a sweet treat.

Take a boat tour to wildlife rich Parc Fallon. Along the way, you may see whales spouting and leaping about. Tours leave from the Grande-Grave Harbour, about 37 kilometres north. For a land-based wildlife adventure, visit Forillon National Park, a scenic 33-kilometre drive up and around the rim of the Gaspe Peninsula.

Getting To and Around Gaspe

You'll find the Michel-Pouliot Gaspe Airport (YGP) only about 10 kilometres from town. The single terminal airport is small and easy to navigate, with Air Canada Express, the main commercial carrier, running flights from Quebec City and Montreal. A taxi will cost about $25.00 CAD for the run into town. Gaspe is a scenic, rural area, with little public transportation. Most people get around by car. Rentals are available at the airport. If visiting in winter, consider renting a 4x4 vehicle. It snows a lot in this part of Canada.

Hotels in Gaspe

  • Boasting an enviable seaside locale, the moderately priced Auberge Le Caribou is an intimate property offering hotel rooms as well as two cottages complete with kitchenettes. The cottages, available during the summer season, also have private patios. Enjoy a seaside meal on the outdoor terrace at the onsite La Rovolte Resto-Pub. During the winter, enjoy their fare in the cozy indoor dining room.
  • Located in downtown Gaspe and overlooking the bay, Hotel Plante features 42 contemporarily furnished guest spaces. Choose from basic hotel rooms, kitchenette rooms, two-level studio apartments or suites. Special two-room family suites can accommodate up to six people and include kitchenettes. High speed Wi-Fi is available in all room types. No restaurants are onsite but several cafes are within easy walking distance.
  • Motel Adams is another well-priced property in the heart of Gaspe town. Standard and superior rooms are offered, all with breakfast included. Wi-Fi access and parking are free. Dine at the Adams Restaurant or next door at the Resto-Bar, locally known as the "beaver bar." The menu is similar for both places.