A guy I jam with has a Seagull S6 which he likes, and I have a LaPatrie classical ... both of which are part of the Godin group of Canadian guitar companies, based in Quebec.
My classical is an all-solid-wood model ("Concert") which only cost $450 new ... not bad for an all solid guitar. (http://www.lapatrieguitars.com/guitarsconcert.html) With a nice warm tone and "familiar-feeling" in the hands ... I would heartily recommend them. The steel-stringed Seagull necks are a little wider (1.8" at the nut) than standard (1.65") so with you being a classical guitarist, they may feel better to you than the narrower necks used on most steel string acoustics.
The only thing I don't like about Seagulls is the shape of their headstock. It's a matter of personal esthetics, but they look under-sized and just plain "goofy" to me.