I’ve been an innkeeper since 1997, and a certified massage therapist since 1996. I’m also a dyed-in-the-wool Montrealer, as we say here in Quebec. I was born here in 1955 only a short distance from our B&B.
Montreal is a wonderful place, whether you live here or you’re just visiting! It’s a multicultural city shaped by French and English influences, and of course our four seasons make all the difference.
I enjoy strolling through Montreal’s various neighbourhoods, heading out on foot to see as movie or a play, and walking to Old Montreal or downtown to check out one of our many festivals. I also love a good bike ride, and Montreal really delivers the goods there – from our B&B, I can use the city’s bike paths to ride to the Plateau Mont-Royal, the Old Port, or the Lachine Canal.
I really like crossing the Jacques Cartier bridge, which is right near here, to visit the islands that were created to serve as the Expo 67 world’s fair site. Yep, you read right, I went to Expo 67. The islands provide a beautiful natural setting, as does Mount Royal – our hill as Europeans like to say! Call it what they will, it certainly looked like a huge mountain to us when we were kids! Both the islands and the mountain provide an amazing view of the city
I offer massage therapy onsite at our B&B, so why not treat yourself during your stay in our calm and peaceful environment?
I look forward to meeting you or seeing you again on your next stay with us.