If you go to vineyards southwest of Montreal...

If you go . . .

Where to stay

B&B Domaine des chutes  

6 chemin des Chutes,



011-450- 298-5444

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Two miles west of Frelighsburg village, this B&B and art gallery overlooking the Pike River offers five uniquely decorated rooms with ensuite baths, $91- $101, with breakfast. Guests can swim in the river.

Au chant de l’onde  

6, rue de L’Église, Frelighsburg


On the Pike River in the center of town, this B&B has four rooms, each with private bath, $101-$172.

Where to eat

Aux deux clochers  


2, rue de l’Église, Frelighsburg


Popular restaurant serving local, seasonal cuisine with veranda overlooking the Pike River. Croque Monsieur, veggie burger, or mango and duck salad, $8-$13; grilled meats and fish $12-$25; Table d’hôte Friday evenings $10-$23.

Les sucreries de l’érable

16, rue Principale, Frelighsburg



Housed in the old general store, famous for its wide variety of savory and sweet pies, notably the maple sugar pie.

Homei Bistro and café  

3809, rue Principale, Dunham


Pairs fresh, local ingredients with the flavors of Asia. Reopens end of March.

Nid de poule  

3260, 10e rang, Dunham


Restaurant and charming inn off the beaten path. Changing seasonal menu featuring local specialties. All-inclusive five-course menu $45 for guests of the inn; $52 visitors.