Hovey Manor

575 chemin Hovey, C.P. 60, North Hatley, Quebec, J0B 2C0, Canada
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Quebec City, Montreal, Eastern Provinces (Aha!), Burlington

by 2chill

Hi...will give this a shot.

I'm planning a 1-week Summer trip: a quasi-triangle...starting in Burlington, VT for 1 night (passing Champlain Lakes for a bit), 2 nights in Montreal (thinking Hotel Gault or Place d'Armes), drive to Eastern Townships (1 night) and then QUebec City (Dominion 1912 Hotel or Maison Du Fort.) After that...train back to Montreal, 1 night...and ...sigh...Burlington, VT (back home)

So..in all ignorance, no nothing about the Eastern Townships. Found Manoir Hovey Inn in North Hatley, which looks beautiful but would LOVE to hear from someone who's been and/or lives around there.

Do the Montreal and Q.City sound good?
Is this a good place to land for 1 night?
Is there an alternative place in the Townships you's recommend instead?
Does the itinerary make sense in the 1st place?

Thanx so much!


RE: RE: Quebec City, Montreal, Eastern Provinces (Aha!), Burlington

by hawkhead

Talk about a blast from the past! Many years ago my (now) husband proposed to me at the Manoir Hovey. It was in the middle of winter, the place was snuggled in snow, and inside there was a big roaring log fire. The food was wonderful. From all accounts, the Manoir is still excellent.
I would stop off in the Eastern Townships on my way to Montreal.

RE: RE: Quebec City, Montreal, Eastern Provinces (Aha!), Burlington

by 2chill

Thank you so much!!!
What a sweetie...I love it!

RE: RE: Quebec City, Montreal, Eastern Provinces (Aha!), Burlington

by 2chill

thank you....hopefully, i'll be able to say the same down the road...

Travel Tips for Quebec

See Vieux Quebec (the Old...

by gnowk

See Vieux Quebec (the Old walled-in section), Quarter Petit-Champlain, Place-Royale

The picture is of Rod and Vieux Quebec in the background (Hotel Frontenac is prominant in the back) Driving to and from Montreal and around Quebec City with Rod and singing out loud (thanks for tolerating my singing Rod!) to the Smiths, Cure and the like


by vaara

When you're done exploring the little warren of streets around the Place Royale, just hop on this little funicular tramway that transports you directly to -- where else? -- the Château Frontenac. Fare is $1.50 each way.

French Food and Drink # 4 - Caribou - The Drink!

by jamiesno

Caribou, a feisty alcoholic beverage, was popularised ever since the first carnival. The recipe is attributed to Ti-Père, a commerce that was first established on Ste-Thérèse Street in the lower city, then, more recently, in Old Quebec. Suffice to say a typical drink of caribou contains brandy, vodka, sherry and port... Wow!

The bar tender I spoke too said my particular drink of Caribou included the Caribou wine mixed with 100% alcohol "Alcool" and it was heated up like coffee!!

I tried very hard, I really tried my best to acquire a taste for it but it didn't come naturally. I promise to try again next visit :-)

Packing List

by sbrookes

Film and good walking shoes... Walking shoes. This was July! Bring your things from home... We took snapshorts and bought postcards. It did not rain while we were there. But bring rain gear and sun protection. The walking on well groomed trails to see the island bird sanctuary was a great experience. Any one can walk the 2.5 mile way. I beleve one way wheel chairs can be used. Check with the National Park Service.

See a Giant Beehive!

by KarenandCory

Ferme Lune de Miel is a bee-keeper farm. Tours are given in French and English. The guided tour will give you an understanding of the life of bees, their role in nature and the steps in producing honey. After watching a video, you will get to see bees working in a glass beehive and see the opening of a real hive.The extraction room and flower garden can also be toured.

Stoke is near Sherbrooke, Take King Street East then 13th Avenue North
Via highway 10 or 55: Take Exit 143 then on highway 10 East take Exit 150
Turn left and drive 4 km toward Stoke.

252 3e Rang Est, Stoke, Québec, Canada, J0B 3G0


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 Hovey Manor

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Manoir Hovey North Hatley
Manoir Hovey Hotel North Hatley

Address: 575 chemin Hovey, C.P. 60, North Hatley, Quebec, J0B 2C0, Canada