Take some time for yourself this season
and treat yourself to a trip where relaxation is at the forefront.
Plan a romantic vacation, get pampered at the spa and say yes to any
little thing that tempts you. No matter what route you set out on,
you’ll find delicious foods, invigorating activities and stunning
snow-covered scenery along the way!
This region provides a wonderful
countryside setting where it’s easy to let go and relax. Start with
a refreshing day at the Bolton
Spa – located on one of the most beautiful natural sites of
the Eastern Townships – to enjoy their range of treatments and
massages. This spa is known for its magnificent waterfall and its
top-quality facilities, including the polar bath in the river at the
foot of the fall, the outdoor hot tubs, the Finnish saunas, the
eucalyptus steam bath and the outdoor heated pool.
On site you’ll be able to dine at Bistro
L’Archipel, known for its nutritious menu that takes inspiration
from the region’s best homegrown products. You might choose to
extend your stay at the Villa du Spa, a charming four-room house
available to rent per room or in full to accommodate groups. Will
you be travelling with family this winter? Then check
out the treatments and massages designed especially for kids and
teens, so that the whole family can indulge!
Another amazing place in the Townships is
Hovey less than 30 minutes from the Bolton Spa. This five-star
hotel characterized by understated elegance invites you to recharge
your batteries in the charming village of North Hatley. The room,
suites and lakefront cottage promise superior comfort for your
overnight stay and the numerous activities on site and nearby are
sure to keep you entertained. In addition, your visit is a chance to
treat yourself to the cuisine of Le Hatley Restaurant, which uses
the best terroir products available.
Drive up toward the St. Lawrence River and
cross to the other side to reach the surprising region of Mauricie.
The vast open spaces and huge territory of the region make it an
ideal place for lovely discoveries. Le
Baluchon, Éco-Villégiature is an establishment that proposes a
one-of-a-kind concept focussed on the environment, land, heritage
and history of its location. You can choose to stay a few days or
simply sample the food at the Éco-café, which values organic farming
and local ingredients. You can also expect an amazing time when you
go out to explore the trails or opt for a horse-drawn carriage ride.
This really is a place that goes above and beyond!
Follow your itinerary into the
province’s capital, a marvellous winter destination known for its
must-see events and bustling urban atmosphere. Choose to stay at a
hotel that will make it easy to get to the region’s main
attractions, whether they are in the heart of Old Québec City or
in the suburban areas. Hotel
Sépia, located right next to the bridges and 15 minutes from
the old district, offers package deals in partnership with nearby
spas as well as market-fresh dishes served at its restaurant, Le
Galopin. Another great option is Hotel
Quartier, a place of serenity and comfort where you can pick
from various categories of rooms according to your needs. After a
fun-filled day, the BAROLO restaurant extends a warm invitation to
sit down to a comforting meal.
A heart-warming trip is just down the
road in Quebec this winter!