Auberge Lakeview Inn
Auberge Lakeview Inn is an inn / B&B located in Knowlton.
The Lakeview Inn is a gateway property for New England and Atlantic Canada. After a few days to unwind, travel onward to the Moosehead Region or Bar Harbor Regions of Maine and, thence, to New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Or travel south to our Select Inns in Vermont, New Hampshire and the Berkshires. By car and ferry, to New England's woods and mountains and Atlantic Canada's breath taking coastline, history and hospitality, stay at Select Inns and B&B's
Lakeview was built in 1874 by United Empire Loyalists having fled the United States. The inn combines both the charm of a glorious past and the comfort of the modern age. Listed a historic monument, it has maintained its elegance and style of yesteryear. Each studio has been named after an illustrious person who has been a guest at the Inn. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Sir Robert Borden, the Right Hon. Arthur Meighen, all former Prime Ministers of Canada, and Paul Holland Knowlton, among others. As you enter a studio, you will notice a photograph and biographical notes about the historic figure featured.
A Vacation to Remember. .begin and end your travels at Auberge Lakeview Inn in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, one hour east of Montreal, Quebec.
Places to eat within 5km of Auberge Lakeview Inn include Café Floral Enr, Restaurant Club De Golf De Lac Brome, Pizzeria Papaspiros, and Bonheur Gourmandé (Au).
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