Address of accommodation: J0Z 3H0 Remigny, 1282, chemin de l'egliste
Capacity (number of people): 1
Number of kitchens: 1
Number of bathrooms (pcs): 1
Special offering are on our web site.
In 1935 the colonists arrived from the Joliette region. These were families seeking a better life while in the grip of a severe economic crisis. In their new home, the courageous pioneers had to work hard to develop the village we enjoy today.
In 1938 the pioneers of Remigny built the presbytery next to the future site of their church, St. Urbain of Remigny.
The St. Urbain of Rémigny Catholic Church was constructed between 1941 and 1946 by the parishioners of the village. The church was constructed with rock in the Dom Bello style, without columns to the interior, with an polygonal arch. The concept of the church was created by Adrien Dufresne. This is the only church of the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region having these characteristics. The stained glass windows that decorate the interior are a gift from the residents of Joliette.
In 2000 it was sold and transformed it into a Bed & Breakfast. The renovated building recovered its former charm and grace while obtaining many modern upgrades.
In 2003, a full body care and an interior spa were added to provide a complete Health Centre, that caters to the body, mind and soul.
We purchased the presbytery in August 2010 In honour of the initial pioneer’s work and dedication to St. Urbain as well as the 75th anniversary of Remigny, we named the Bed and Breakfast/Health Centre ‘Le Vieux Presbytère de St-Urbain de Rémigny’ . Special offering are on our web site.