"Fall under the spell of
Les Trois Érables"
You will be enchanted by the Victorian ambience, with original stained glass, floors and unusual wood-work details. Different rooms allow you to relax and enjoy your get away. Unwind on the spacious veranda, stroll through the inviting gardens, read a book or snooze on a garden bench.
A three course breakfast at Les Trois Érables is traditionally served for you in the dining room.
You will find a variety of restaurants within walking distance. Wakefield and area offer many opportunities to connect with nature, adventure and history.
History of Les Trois Érables
of the Gatineau Historical Society
The "Doctors" or "Geggie" Home, also called "The Maples", was built in 1896 for Dr. Hans Stevenson, for a cost of two thousand dollars. The architect was Moses Edey, who also designed the Aberdeen Pavilion in Ottawa. The building housed the office, dispensary, examination & operating rooms for the doctors practice, as well as the family residence. Dr. Harold Geggie, Dr. Stevenson's assistant, purchased the property after the former's death in 1911.The house remained as the Doctors home in the Geggie family until 1980. At that time it was transformed into a beautiful bed & breakfast country inn, while keeping the original features of a neo-Queen Anne Victorian mansion.
|Your hosts, Shana and Bruce, will be happy to advise you of the many activities that the Wakefield area has to offer to make your stay a memorable one.