Which is your preferred lodging—hotel, B&B, inn, camping or country cottage?
You’ll find plenty of such accommodations along the Townships Trail, so you can make the very most of your journey. Along the way, you’ll meet friendly hosts with a passion for their region.
Auberge la Chocolatière
A charming Victorian style house built in 1904…for the enjoyment of everybody who comes to visit! Every square foot is made for joy, tranquillity and relaxation
Sleep in a century old house with yesterday’s charm, and today’s comfort. Choose from our 12 rooms to find the one best for you!
Au Diable Vert
Our 100-year old mountain lodge will take you back into the past. It is fully licensed, and features a magnificent terrace and breathtaking views of the Missisquoi Valley and Green Mountains. Accommodations: all-season camping, wood-heated rustic cabins, tree houses, log cabins and prospector tents, 2-bedroom suites with kitchen and fireplace.
14 km of private trails with log bridges and interpretation panels, workshops, kayaking excursions, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing. Dogs are welcome.
169 rue Staines, Glen Sutton
The Gould rush inn
The loving restoration of La Ruée vers Gould is a tribute to the Scots’ determination to establish this village in 1835. At the beginning of the century, Lingwick Township was home to some 800 people, both Scots and Quebecers. La Ruée vers Gould offers traditional Scottish and Quebec cuisine with original and tasty dishes served in a nostalgic and warm decor of the first general store. You will also find home-made products, local crafts, the beautiful flea market and some antiques.
At the back of the store, the former shed, transformed into a beautiful Victorian-inspired room and upstairs a large multi-functional room serves various work groups, serving meals or celebrating weddings.
19, route 108, Gould
À la maison Campbell B&B
Welcome to one of the most beautiful century-old homes in the region. The Campbell house was originally built in 1907 for Magog dentist Dr. Adams and his large family. Today, the Campbell B&B features five cosy rooms, each with a private bathroom. Previously owner of L'Abri'cot B&B in Knowlton, Danielle accommodates all types of diets. Creativity and recycling old furniture are also part of this home. Check it out, you’ll see!
In 1864 the Senator A.B. Foster’s family had this manor built and designed by the famous architect Sir John William Hopkins. All the specifics of a typical French manor can be found, front gate, library, chapel, a spacious living room, stables with a coach gate, large courtyard and a gazebo looking out on the property
Today, Manoir Maplewood combines the comfort and refinement of a hotel and the intimate and cosy atmosphere of a guest house.
Ten rooms and suites, tasty cuisine, gourmet breakfast, conference room and health centre are offered to our guests for an authentic and personalized experience…
«Crossing the threshold of ‘maplewood Manor is to witness an exceptional place with its own unique charm.»
B & B Le Bonheur
Situated in Scotstown in the Quebec Region, 49 km from Sherbrooke, B&B Le Bonheur features an Old Victorian House of the 1800 where you can savour Scottish treats and a variety of teas on an outside terrace and in a private interior tea room. Free private parking is available on site.
Every room share a common bathroom where there is a large shower and a spa bath. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes, slippers and free toiletries. B&B Le Bonheur features also free WiFi (High Speed) throughout the property.
There is a shared lounge/common room at the property and dinner is available upon prior request. A 2-course breakfast is served with mostly organic products from the region. A variety of breakfast is offered for those clients who have a longer stay.
Guests can enjoy various activities in the surrounding area, including the use of pedal boats and kayaks on the Salmon River, the water fountains for the kids, picnics, walking and cycling in summer and cross-country skiing and snow shoeing during winter.
More than 12 km of hiking trails are nearby, starting at the Walter MacKenzie Park along the Salmon River, then through the Parc des Marécage des Scots up to the Franceville sector of Mount Mégantic Park. Let’s not forget the Astrolab and the events of astronomy and shooting stars during the months of August and February.
During the evening, you can either read a good book being warmed by a fire in the fireplace either watch a film from of our large video library or one of your favourite television show or either play one of our numerous board games.
This property also has one of the best-rated locations in Scotstown! Our clients appreciate that the B & B is a few steps away from Main Street and all of its activities, the warmth and hospitality of its hosts, the serenity and calm of its surroundings and the breakfasts created with delicious local and healthy products. A place to discover!
We await you with pleasure!
Au gîte des 4 lacs
Lovers of tranquility, the site of 16 acres with 4 small private lakes will transport you in a few moments miles away from city life.
Our cottage charm you with its warm and friendly atmosphere inspiring calm to replenish energy.
Come watch the sunrise while having breakfast with a beautiful view of a lake from the cottage.
Les matins de Victoria
Built in 1870, this restored inn offers Victorian decor and individually decorated rooms.
The bright rooms at Les Matins offer large windows, hardwood floors and are decorated with antique furniture. All rooms include bathrobes, a hairdryer, refrigerator, coffee machine and seating area.
Free Wi-Fi is provided as well as a garage for bike and ski storage.
A six person Jacuzzi is also available in the rear garden.
In addition to our direct access to the bike path (Campagnarde, at the end of our parking) we also offer bike rental.
For heritage buffs, Visitour Cantons propose guided tours of Waterloo’s heritage and surrounding areas.
950 Rue Western, Waterloo