Architectural heritage

Percé Rock House Hotel Annex
(currently City Hall)


This annex of Percé’s oldest resort called Percé Rock House, was built at the beginning of the 20th century. In 1991, architect Gilles H. Tremblay undertook the restoration of the abandoned annex, which eventually became Percé City Hall. The building currently stands a short distance from its original location. Its narrow lateral addition bears a gable-top roof. Replacing the facade’s stoop-gallery is a sun porch enhanced by a pyramid roof and flanked by an overhanging porch. The latter main entrance bears a pediment, significantly adding to the building’s civic function. Restoration has clearly respected the structure’s architectural legacy.

  137, route 132 West, Percé