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
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.»
Hébergement Le Scot
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!
Alcôve des Céramistes
L’Alcôve des Céramistes, nestled in a 1834 historic home is in Waterloo, the crossroads of bicycle paths in the center of the Eastern Townships!
Neighbor to Bromont, Eastman, Granby and their attractions; near Yamaska National Park, Mont Orford and Sutton, Waterloo is the ideal place to explore the region.
L'Alcôve is a place of healing and artistic inspiration. Located above the workshop-boutique of ceramist Coralie Huckel, you can discover all the phases of creation!
Very bright open concept loft on the second floor that can accommodate up to four people with a closed bedroom (queen size bed) and bedroom space (double bed) in the open concept living room. Full kitchen with island and dining area, bathroom with bathtub. private covered veranda and access to the garden of the property.
The loft is surrounded by a large garden and hundred-year-old trees which create a bubble of tranquility in the heart of dynamic Waterloo. Just a few steps away and you will find the beat of the city: shops, terraces, historic buildings, etc. Also enjoy the many parks and the lake: volleyball, kayaking and paddle boards!
As a couple, with family or friends, come explore the Eastern Townships at L'Alcôve!
L’Alcôve is part of the Robinson House, built in 1834 in stone and wood in the neoclassical style by Hezekiah Robinson. It is one of the first buildings in Waterloo.
Hezekiah Robinson (1791 – 1851) was an important figure in the life of Waterloo. He was a businessman, justice of the peace and civil servant. Born into an American Congregationalist family, Hezekiah Robinson was educated at Newfane College in Vermont. At the age of 18, he worked as a carder and manufacturer of “made clothing” in the summer and as a schoolteacher in the winter. On June 30, 1817, he married Selucia Knowlton, eldest daughter of Luke Knowlton, Deputy Judge of Windham County, and from this marriage nine children were born. In May 1821, he immigrated to Stukely Township when the Eastern Townships were opened to the Loyalists and settled in Waterloo shortly thereafter.
You will find the name Robinson in many public landmarks in Waterloo. Although the house remained in the Robinson family until the early 20th century, it was once owned by distinguished members of society, professionals and artists, before becoming the home of the Huckel-Fidalgo family.
Au Loup, Bed & Boutique
Au Loup, Bed & Boutique is located in the heart of the village of Waterloo, a few steps from the lake, where many of the most beautiful bicycle paths in the Eastern Townships converge. This magnificent century-old house offers a unique lodging experience where several unusual concepts come together. Au Loup offers 4 cozy rooms, each with a private bathroom. Common areas, including a fully equipped kitchen, are available to clients who wish to have breakfast, an aperitif, or even dinner! The walls are also adorned with works of art from Quebec artists that are ready to find an owner! The same is true for many of the antique furniture pieces that local artisans have given a second life. In order to delight your senses, many other surprises await you!
Île de Garde B&B
A welcoming and authentic place, with a touch of fantasy, this is how one of the most beautiful homes in Old North Sherbrooke is presented.
Ile de Garde B&B opens its doors to welcome some privileged guests. The brick walls of the 19th century have been preserved, and rub shoulders with extensions with geometric lines in a beautiful harmony. The decoration is simple, warm, decorated here and there with bright colours by local artists, and the 4 rooms each evoke an emotion linked to the history of the house and its owner.
The breakfast are marvellous. Composed like paintings, signed by a flower or a grass grown in the garden, they highlight the best of regional products.
A 5-minute walk from downtown Sherbrooke, surrounded by its large park, herb garden and gardens, calm and relaxation make it a must to discover the Heart of the Eastern Townships or to recharge your batteries.
Au coq du bonheur B&B
The lodge is located a few steps from the majestic Lake Memphremagog, rue Principale, close to restaurants, shops and the old bell (Vieux Clocher), where artists and comedians perform year-round. A prime location and everything you need for an unforgettable stay. In all seasons, le Coq du bonheur is the perfect destination for couples, friends for gatherings or business people who are looking for a more personalized approach. You have a special occasion to celebrate or a team building activity? They are here to serve you.
L'auberge Le Sunshine
Friendly place in the border region! Stanstead stands out for its unique history, its architectural buildings and its landscapes.
Our 4 rooms (or complete apartment for group) is located above
our “Café de Village” (bakery, local grocery, homemade meals...). The travelers shared: living room, fully equipped kitchen, terrace, BBQ, toilet and shower and washer-dryer. 2 rooms have a private toilet. Breakfast, lunch box and caterer available.
Our Café-Bistro has an offer in counters and menus of the day, simple and gourmet (homemade with love by maximizing local products). For breakfast, for lunch, no matter the time of day. To eat in or to take away. The walls of the Café-Bistro are embellished with works by artists. Children's corner and picnic area.
Nearby: Parc du Cercle de Pierre, bike paths (La Tomifobia, Newport Bike Path cross-border trail…), free access to lakes, hiking, biking, skiing, snowshoeing, several mountains around 1 hour drive (Orford, Sutton, Bromont, Owl's Head, Pinnacle, Jay Peak (US), etc.), Foresta Lumina, and much more.
La Raveaudiere is one of the prestigious properties in North Hatley located across from the North Hatley golf course and close to the heart of the village and Lake Massawippi. La Raveaudière is the perfect place for enjoyable moments in an ancestral house, with two a 2-acre yard, offering relaxation and delight.