About this listing
A charming, clean upper storey suite that includes private entrance, kitchenette/salon, double bed, and bathroom Located in the quaint village of Dorval, guests can enjoy proximity to the airport and public transportation into the city of Montreal. Officially registered with Quebec Tourism (CITQ) as a tourism residence.
(Please note: an obligatory 3.5% Quebec Lodging Tax is embedded in the nightly fee, rounded off to the nearest dollar).
Manoir Lakeshore Manor is a delightful, alternate accommodation in the Old Village of Dorval - close to the airport, train and bus terminals with express connections to the subway in downtown Montreal. Officially registered with Quebec Tourism (CITQ) as a tourism residence.
Guests can enjoy a relaxed country feeling, only 10 miles from Montreal's year-round attractions. This newly renovated upper level 2 1/2 apt suite includes private entrance, full bath, double bed, equipped kitchenette and salon with Satellite TV & WiFi. Housekeeping and fresh linens are provided once a week. for long term stays. Laundry facilities and airport/train valet services are available. A beautifully landscaped back yard offers quiet relaxation surrounded by nature. Public access to Lac St. Louis is only steps away for visitors to enjoy the view.
Located along the excellent bicycle and waterfront walking routes that follow the scenic riverside of the St. Lawrence Seaway, guests are motivated to explore recreational activities. Picnic tables, bistros, terrace bars and restaurants dot Lakeshore Drive.
Your host, Jacqueline, has a wealth of tips for getting around the city of Montreal to see the sights or catch festival events, and has lots of histories to share with guests.
Ideal for the Executive, Adventure Travellers, and Post Grad students requiring alternate extended-stay accommodation.
Guests are provided a key for front door private entrance. Includes access to Wifi and fibe TV, private off-street parking site. Outdoor garden furniture is available for guests to enjoy the yard.
Interaction with guests
Guests can expect a Welcome Basket of fruit with snack bites and condiments for tea/coffee. The host welcomes requests for information about what to see and do on the island of Montreal.
Dorval Village has a variety of amenities (eg., Deli, Ice Cream Bar, Tavern, Italian restaurants, Dry Cleaners, Confectionary Stores, Coiffeure/Spa, and Art Studio/Gallery) for guests to visit. A Bicycle/Walking Trail allows guests to enjoy the shoreline and views of the St. Lawrence River.
Public transportation services provide express bus schedules from the Dorval Circle to the closest Metro Station that leads to underground shopping, convention centres, and hotels/restaurants.
Other things to note
MainStreet Dorval holds a Vendor's Market on the third weekend of May along Lakeshore Drive. Fireworks displays are held in Millenium Park on June 24 and July 1st, with family oriented outdoor concerts and inflated playground equipment. Millenium Park has permanently installed "Lifestyle Resistance Training" equipment for adults' use.
Check - In: after 3pm. Check - Out: before Noon.
Payment by secure online transfers confirm and immediately guarantee the booking or upon receipt of check at least two weeks prior to arrival. Only registered guests are allowed entry to the apartment suite.
Tenants are expected to keep the kitchenette clean on a daily basis. Alcohol consumption is permitted in moderation. Courteous consideration of noise levels is appreciated. Laundry facilities are accessible upon request. Smoking outdoors only.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
I am a retired teacher who has travelled through Europe, USA and Canada using alternate accommodation successfully. Having renovated my childhood home in Dorval, I saw the potential to offer the same to travellers visiting the island of Montreal. I can offer guests tips on where to best view the city, places to eat and sights to see. Manoir Lakeshore Manor is located 300 metres from a public access to the lake, where one can see the ships passing along the St. Lawrence Seaway, and is on the scenic bicycle and walking routes that extend from the Port of Montreal to the west end of the island. I take great pleasure in extending a hearty welcome to everyone. Please note this venue is a non-smoking environment.