The Eastern Townships, a quintessential gourmet region renowned for its many quality local products.
Enjoy a gastronomic meal, afternoon snack or lunch on the go at these restaurant locations.
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!
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
Laiterie de Coaticook ltee
Laiterie de Coaticook Ltée is one of the largest ice cream manufacturers in Quebec. We offer various products made from milk and cream: ice cream, ice cream log, ice milk, cheese. Discover our delights
100, rue Child, Coaticook
Fromagerie la Station
The fruit of the work of four generations of determined farmers, la Station de Compton fine cheese makers springs from the very heart of the generous countryside in the small town of Compton in the Eastern Townships region of Quebec. Here you will find farm cheeses made of raw milk from cows raised in an organic farming environment.
The cheese makers’ shop is open to the public.
See you there !
The La Station cheese makers’ team
Musée du Chocolat et de la Confiserie Bromont
The Musée du chocolat de la Confiserie Bromont invites you to discover its unique country-style terrace, breakfasts and delicious meals, vast choice of desserts, fine chocolates made on the spot. Its gourmet shop offers a wide selection of chocolates and European delicacies. Visit our chocolate museum!
679, rue Shefford, Bromont
Verger le Gros Pierre
With its 8,000 apple trees, Le Gros Pierre processes, packages and educates the public about apples. Picking, tractor rides and juice extraction. Creperie and heated patio.
12 varieties of apples, fresh pressed juice, pies and other delights. Cider. Many local products, cheeses and maple products. Restaurant and heated patio.
Every day from early August to late October, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 pm.
6335, rte Louis-S.-St-Laurent, Compton
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.»
11 COMTÉS brewery
We are a rural brewery located in the Haut-St-François, a country of hills, forests, fields and pretty villages, populated by inspiring people. What is a rural brewery? For us, this is a brewery, not built on farmland, but rather in a rural setting, rooted in its community, and fueled by its history, its producers and the landscapes of its region. We feel a duty to highlight this land still unknown.
Local and diversified ingredients, a fresh and intact, our own yeast, fell from the sky, which will evolve with us a unique microflora and complex that invades the small winery in small, respect the seasons, proximity, nordicity, rurality, the memories of a childhood where one was picking cherries in cluster and elderflower to make wine, the smell of hay drying in the sun, the friendships, the complicity and the dream of a common future. That's what we brew.
225 Rue Pope, Cookshire-Eaton