The delight and pleasure of welcoming you to our inn!
Diane and Robert, Fanny and Pierre
Auberge La Grande Maison was originally a Victorian house that was abandoned in 1913. It was the passion and commitment of the Bouchard family that led them to rebuild and restore the former glory of this spectacular home and infuse it with new prestige.
Thanks to the leadership of builder Robert Bouchard, wife and manager Diane Savard and their right-hand daughter, Fanny Bouchard, Auberge La Grande Maison was finally unveiled in 1992.
So put on your Sunday best and come discover our charming inn in the heart of the artistic village of Baie St-Paul!
In addition to exploring the Charlevoix region, one of the most storied in our province, you can also indulge your taste buds at Le Marion Grill. Gastronomic pleasures will mingle with a wine aptly chosen by the newest member of our family, Pierre Sylvain, a renowned sommelier who loves to travel the world in search of the best wines.
The four passionate owners of La Grande Maison await your arrival. Our inn is a labour of love and a story to be shared. Come and discover why for yourself!
What is unique about us
Our inn is now accessible by the new Massif de Charlevoix train, which travels 140km alongside river and mountains to offer a most breathtaking landscape. If you choose to travel by train, we will gladly come and pick you up from the Baie-Saint-Paul train station to ensure that you have a truly Charlevoix experience from the start!