Auberge Bruine Oceane is located in downtown Matane, near the St. Lawrence River. A few steps from the beach, activities of all kinds and good restaurants. Auberge Bruine Océane is a place of choice in Matane.
Established in an ancestral home, our Inn has kept its cachet of yesteryear while being renovated in a contemporary way. You will feel at home in our warm, country setting. You will feel at home in our warm, country setting. Our comfortable and luxurious rooms will allow you to relax.
"Magnificent inn! Warm welcome from the owner, extraordinary room, beautiful and comfortable! And then the breakfasts. Thank you very much!" -Francine Labrecque
"I am very proud to be able to say that the Auberge Bruine Océane is the best hostel in Matane. Rated 9.6 on sites such as Expedia, our hostel is undoubtedly the place to sty while enjoying a place full of history!"
- Sonia Lavoie, owner
"We had excellent service! Very accommodating, very nice room, in a beautiful rustic house! Very clean! Exceptional view:)"
"A nice surprise. A personalized welcome. A beautiful, modern and pleasant room."
"I would recommend this hostel without hesitation. Superb welcome, spacious and comfortable room. We took the last room which was in the basement. Of course, there was no view, but we were very comfortable there. Big and delicious breakfast! "
Established in the heart of Matane, a dynamic and lively city, Auberge Bruine Oceane is full of activities. Between mountains and rivers, find the activities that interest you and discover Matane. Whether you are sporty, artistic or want to rest, there is something for everyone.
To be up to date and not miss anything, it is Tourisme Matane that you should consult!
During your stay, you can take advantage of promotions in different places. Whether at the La Fabrique microbrewery, at the Oblivio Spa relaxation center or at the Jardins de Doris.
Since its construction in 1930, this ancestral home has provided well-being with its wooden walls and warm character. In December 1947, the Puize family moved into the house near Captain Puize's boat. They stayed there until 2004 and their house then became an inn. Its vocation was preserved with the arrival of Sonia Lavoie, the host of the house, in 2013.
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