Auberge And Spa Au Lion D'Or

2240 Chemin Du Parc, Magog, QC, J1X 7A2, CA
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  • Families50
  • Couples57
  • Solo0
  • Business100

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Travel Tips for Magog

Cycle La Route Verte

by sbiswas

The Route Verte is best cycling route in the world according to National Geographic. And it happens to go right through Magog. From Magog, you can go NW through the Mont Orford National Park or NE to North Hatley, Lennoxville, Sherbrooke and past.

We actually started in North Hatley. Less than 10km from the start point, there is a pitstop where you can get hot dogs, sandwiches, soup, local baked goods and honeys. Less than 10km from there is Lennoxville and Bishops University. That's where we turned back.

If you are too tired to bike back, you can try the taxi-velo. We tried this but they took too long to get to us (we called them twice and they arrived 50min after our first call but we were already on our way back). The number is 1-877-766-VELO (8356). Bikes. Some parts are good for rollerblading too.

Visit North Hatley

by sbiswas

This is not really off the beaten path. This is actually another village 15km away from Magog but the location is not available at this time in virtual tourist. The drive should take 15min but took us an hour because I had to stop to take pictures along the way! It's a picturesque little place at the northern tip of Lac Massawippi. The downtown area is situated right at the tip and there are little shops here well worth a visit for local crafts and produce. There were some really funky cast iron tea kettles. Buy some gourmet baked goods, deli items, or get a freshly made panini at Saveurs et Gourmandises (the croissants and chocolatines are brought in from Montreal) and take it down to the waterfront park to eat. There are a couple of ice cream shops too. When we were there, there was a band playing in the park gazebo.

The 2 sides of the lake are lined with beautiful homes - we were told the east side is old money, the west side is new.

A great place to stay - although can expensive if you want the good rooms - is Manoir Hovey. It's a renovated old mansion right on the lake with a heated pool with barservice and beautiful gardens. We managed to get a lakeside room with large balcony. Beautiful views. Dinner and breakfast was included and should not be missed. The dinner was absolutely exquisite! The chef put together tastes that complented each other perfectly. Cheese cart was extra but worth it. This region makes excellent cheeses. Try the Benedictine Blue even if you don't like blue cheese - it changed my life. Service is excellent and gratuities included.

You can also use their kayaks and canoes for a paddle on the lake. For more land-based exercise, you can bike into North Hatley (10 min) and from there catch the Route Verte and head towards Lennoxville and visit Bishops University or if you're in shape, all the way to Sherbrooke. You can also bike back to Magog but we didn't do this route. If you get tired on the way, call the Velo Taxi (we tried this but they took too long to get to us so we ended up just biking back).

There are B&Bs you can stay at too in North Hatley - some even on the water.

For cultural entertainment, check out the Piggery Theatre http://www.piggery.com/. It's an English language theatre group in the area.

MAGOG, Lake Memphrémagog

by Simonneeddy

"Magog"

We had dinner here on our bus tour."AUBERGE L'ETOILE SUR LE LAC" Our dining room was overlooking the lake. This is in the heart of the old town which has been preserved as it was many years ago.
Population 14,612 founded id 1890 surrounded by mountains

"GROUP AT DINNER"

"View from Dining Room"

"Waterfront Lake Memphrémagog"

"THE BEACH"

"BIKE PATH and WALKING PATH"

Covered patios and excellent walking areas along the waterfront with bench's. There is also a great bike path.

"VIEW OF THE DOCKS and TOUR BOAT"

"SIGNS AT WATERFRONT"

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