This bed and breakfast looks like no other we have stayed at. Each bedroom is individually decorated with unique art and comfortable furniture. Little features that are a nice touch include personal bathrobes, a mini-fridge, and CD player. Should you forget your favorite CD at home, there is an ample selection of music downstairs to borrow. Laptops complete with wireless Internet access are available if you ever need to look something up before going out.
Breakfast became our favorite meal of the day. Make sure you bring a huge appetite in the morning, because the chef never disappoints with his original and creative way of serving food. Everything tastes as good as it looks. While we were staying there, a typical breakfast would begin with a croissant accompanied by your choice of tea or coffee. Then followed by a hot main course (Belgian waffle pictured) decorated with fresh fruit such as cinnamon shredded apples, melons, and kiwi slices.
If you ever have any questions on what to eat or where to go, the innkeepers know where all the best restaurants and attractions are located and are happy to share them with you. Compared to other hotels we have stayed at, the service at this bed and breakfast is by far the best. The atmosphere is relaxing and cozy, just like a home away from home.
Their website: http://www.montrealbandb.com/
-Ching and Lynn
Silver Spring, Maryland
November 10, 2003
From journal Le Petit Prince Bed and Breakfast, Montreal