Pure energy or contemplative, you'll find what you're looking for at Station touristique Duchesnay.
It all started in 1643, when the Juchereau-Duchesnay family moved from France to Québec. Soon after, Jean Juchereau and Robert Giffard, the king's doctor and a family friend, established themselves in Beauport and reinforced their connection with marriages between two Giffard daughters and two Juchereau sons.
Over time, a series of owners took possession of the land. In 1932, the Ministry of Lands and Forests reappropriated the Duchesnay land to use for teaching forestry and scientific research, and then in 1999, the land was transferred to Société des établissements de plein air du Québec (SÉPAQ).
From then on, SÉPAQ worked with regional organizations to develop and enhance the recreational/touristic potential of the new Station touristique Duchesnay, while still maintaining the mandate for teaching, popular education, research and experimentation.
High-quality accommodations with a warm ambience await. The inn is built on a hillock overlooking Lac Saint-Joseph. All rooms have a view of the lake.
Regular room with one bed
Regular room with 2 queen beds
Our suites feature one bathroom with a therapeutic bath for one and one double shower with multiple jets, one private bedroom with a king-size bed, and one living room with a sofa bed and sound system.
Suite with 1 king bed