L'Auberge sur le Fleuve (The Inn On The River) is a warm and comfortable cottage. Located in the beautiful town of St-Andre -de- Kamouraska , L'Auberge , dominates the center of town, anchored on the banks of the majestic St. Lawrence River. Formerly operated as a hostel, restaurant and terrace bar as the Auberge Saint-André, L'Auberge sur le Fleuve (the Inn On The River) has been completely renovated. Now, everything is done in order to ensure a pleasant and relaxing stay. The purpose of the hostel was also changed to reserve places exclusively to our valued customers who stayed with us. You can, for an extremely affordable price, get the best environment. Indeed , spa, solarium, home, land bordering the river terraces, everything is done according to your well-being in a warm setting. L'Auberge has served as film locations in the famous television series Cormoran. Indeed, the cult Radio- Canada , chose the building and grounds of the Inn On the River to establish slaughter villain of the series, Mr. Clement Veilleux. The latter, the village butcher , Clement Veilleux, creates an organization called the Blue Shirts , which actively promotes Nazism. Proud of a certain resemblance to Benito Mussolini, Veilleux also draws Adrien Arcand and his fascist ideologies (source Wikipedia). In addition, the adjacent land served as filming locations for the film Route 132 and the team stayed here at the Inn. Moreover, Saint -André- de- Kamouraska was also selected for the filming of Village en vue at TV5 who discover the most beautiful village in Quebec .