Chateau Bahia, Quebec, Canada is an extraordinary chateau-style hostel surrounded by forestry on the Gaspé peninsula.
'Entirely built by Jean, the owner, and his father, over a period of 18 years, Château Bahia is located 500 metres off route 132 at Pointe-à-la-Garde, on the south side of the Gaspé Peninsula. It is surrounded by a most luxurious forest and from the towers one has a spectacular view of the Baie-des-Chaleurs. The castle is comprised of 26 rooms including a large banquet hall, 4 towers and 7 turrets. The château offers 12 rooms for rent, most of which have recently been renovated.
In Autumn, visitors are charmed by the kaleidoscope of colours.'
Auberge du Château Bahia
152, boulevard Perron
Pointe-à-la-Garde, G0C 2M0
TEL: (418) 788-2048
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