Places to stay in Sutton, Quebec

We currently have 14 accommodations in and around Sutton with other regional listings available for Motor Inns, Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, RV parks and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:

A trip to Sutton is a step back in time. The resort made its debut in 1960 and still has some of its original chair lifts, which you board after working your way through a lift line of wooden fences and passing ticket-checker booths that look like little red-trimmed log cabins. All around you, skiers and riders decked out in the latest gear and apparel chatter away in French. Which reminds us to tell you that Sutton and the nearby town may just be one of the friendliest places we’ve ever visited. Local restaurants include Le Cafetier De Sutton, Bistro Beaux Lieux Inc, L'international Resto-bistro, and Creperie Du 14 (La).

Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the town are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Sutton is located close to Sainte-Marie-Médiatrice, Ruisseau Adams, Étang Sugar Loaf Pond, Brook Cove and Ruisseau des Pruches.

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Selected and best reviewed properties in Sutton

The Auberge Agnes Horth Inn

Nestled in the Appalachian region of Southeastern Quebec, stands one of the oldest farmhouses, a living page in Mont Sutton's history. Over the years the Agnes Horth Inn has constantly improved and expanded. The renovations that we completed over the last 5 years allowed us to obtain a 3 star .....

The Le Domaine Tomali - Maniatyn

Photograph of Le Domaine Tomali - Maniatyn, Sutton
Le Domaine Tomali-Maniatyn is a 5 suns luxurious B&B nestled high on the slopes of Mount Sutton, in Quebec's beautiful Eastern Townships. We propose 5 antique furnished suites with a spectacular view, 2 swimming pools (1 indoor), 26 acres of fields and woods with direct access to hiking and .....

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Everyone seems to know everyone, and if they don’t know you, they act like they do. By the way, just say bonjour or merci and everyone happily switches to English .

At first glance, Sutton appears to be a small area, but it skis like a large resort. Trails and glades take you all over the mountain before reaching the bottom. Ability levels are generally separated from each other: Beginner terrain is on the far right; intermediate terrain is in the middle; expert terrain is to the far left. Two lifts in the middle of the mountain also serve beginner terrain.

Glades, or sous-bois, clearly set this mountain apart from others. They are thinned enough to groom—not often, because they’re most fun in the powder. The glades were cut in 1960, long before other resorts even thought of such a thing. Trails follow the true fall line. You’re constantly winding your way down the mountain. Trails are also usually left au naturel—only 13 are groomed nightly, and fewer than that on a powder day. Are you getting the message yet? This charming retro resort gets a lot of powder, and that’s what the skiers here like, so the owners don’t mess with it. Speaking of the owners, the same family that opened the resort still runs it, with great affection and respect for the mountain and its guests.

Other local Sutton information.

  • Longitude: -72°36'59.992
  • Latitude: 45°6'21.218

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