At La Belle Victorienne, everything is designed according to whether you can feel at home, safe with all the necessary amenities and especially in complete privacy. Each room is more than just a place to sleep: it is a space specifically created for relaxation and pleasure. A perfect balance between old and new.
A haven where beauty and character rub shoulders with the most modern elements of comfort. You will discover a functional spa year-round, a lounge to relax and a business area with a printer. You can enjoy our tasty breakfast platters served to your room, at a time that suits you! Terraces, gardens and swing await you in a bucolic environment in the heart of the city.
In addition, the region of Magog is unique. Surrounded by mountains, its heart is located on the banks of one of the largest lakes in Quebec, Lake Memphremagog. Its quaint downtown is lined with Victorian houses, art galleries, boutiques, gourmet restaurants and all the attractions of nature. With its cruise ship Grand Cru, its skating rink, its ski mountains, its Route Verte bike path, you are close to everything. Discover Cantons-de-l'Est in Quebec, in a unique way! Canada in all its splendor.
After booking, a code will be sent to you by email that will allow you to have access to your room when you arrive, completely independently. You will also have received, by email, all the necessary information to make your stay more enjoyable. The wifi code for example, the operation of the spa and television.
A LITTLE HISTORY
La Belle Victorienne is two ancestral homes.
The Merry Pavilion, built around 1885, was owned by Mr. Murch Judd, a shopkeeper whose family was one of the first to settle in Hatley Township. In fact, at the time Mr. Judd also owned the vast majority of the lands on Abbott Street and a few lots on Merry North Street. In 1920, the current Victorian property will be valued at $ 3900...
The Abbott Pavilion, will be built between 1896 and 1901, also by Mr. Murch Judd. The vernacular American dwelling, valued at $ 850 at the time, is now classified as heritage.
La Belle Victorienne will open its doors as a bed and breakfast in 1994 with a single establishment, the Merry pavilion! The Abbott Pavilion will be sold in June 2020 to be transformed into a private residence. The Hébergia team managed everything for more than 20 years until January 2021. In January 2021, the Merry pavilion, La Belle Victorienne is sold to Madame Natalie Daviault & Monsieur Régent Gamache, they decide to establish there their private residence and leave their native region of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. A dream of many years to own and operate a shelter is coming true despite the fact that we are in the midst of a pandemic.
The couple make the purchase without any immediate expectations and are thinking about future plans. Quickly demanded that they immediately have to think of new strategies for paused breakfasts, accommodate customers so they can bring their supper meal in view of the government curfew and see to making the stays unique, personalized and safe.