From Montreal, it's only an hour and a half drive up to picturesque Lake Massawippi. We send clients to the Manoir Hovey, an inn which was built as a home in 1900 and is based, loosely, on the design for Mount Vernon. The inspiration is perhaps appropriate, given that Lake Massawippi was long a popular summer destination with Americans, and especially Southerners. Today, the rooms at the Relais & Chateaux property are a mix of traditional and contemporary, while the restaurant serves amazing food. Other country inns in a range of budgets and styles can be added to your customized Québec itinerary. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Upon landing at Sherbrooke Airport, we’ll head to our home for the next three nights, the Relais & Châteaux Manoir Hovey. Built in the Georgian colonial style and modeled after George Washington’s Mount Vernon home, Manoir Hovey is guaranteed to transport guests to a simpler time. The 37-room inn overlooking Lake Massawippi was originally built as a private residence in 1899 and has not lost any of its coziness since being converted to a hotel. One of the most charming and romantic inns in the Qúebec area, the Manoir has breath-taking views of Lake Massawippi. Its expansive covered terrace is the perfect spot to enjoy morning coffee before we head out on our bike riding adventures! For more details on our trip exploring the Eastern Townships on bicycle, contact me at email@example.com.
Le Manoir Hovey, in the picturesque village of North Hatley in Quebec's Eastern Townships, has been around since the late XIXth century as a luxury retreat on Lake Massawippi. It is part of the world famous Relais & Châteaux.