The lovely house located at 27, rue Saint-Georges in Métabetchouan-Lac-à-la-Croix is very special. Here is a true monument to its former occupants, men and women who marked the history of the region.  Built in 1908, it features highly distinctive architectural elements such as a gabled roof, windows with pink granite surrounds, and a long balcony with railing balusters. But as unique as this house appears on the outside, its true soul comes to life in the classical and romantic beauty of the interior design. This was the goal of innkeepers Claire and Daniel when they bought this large, 13-room house in 2001. After months of intense decorative and renovation works, the new owners have succeeded in restoring this architectural jewel to its former grandeur, quickly turning it into an exceptional bed & breakfast. Today La Nymphe des eaux, which translates as “The Water Nymph”, opens its heart to all travellers seeking warmth and serenity.
 
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