A romantic weekend, an intimate dinner, activities for couples... there’s always a good reason to spend time with your sweetheart. Add a touch of magic this winter courtesy of snow-covered scenery and enjoy a vacation in a cozy cottage, a tasty meal shared by a fireplace, a day of relaxation at the spa or an enchanting walk out in nature. Whether you want to spice things up, go on an adventure or bank on comfort, plan a lovely winter escape for two.

Taste the beers made by La Grange Pardue

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La Grange Pardue is a brewery farm rooted in the beautiful landscape of the Appalachian Foothills. In the municipality of Ham-Nord, this establishment uses the land and resources of its hometown to create tasty craft beers with local ingredients. On site, a warm atmosphere, good food and all the comforts you need even in winter, near the indoor fireplace. The unique architecture and the decor with the works of Marcel Fecteau set the scene to spend good times with friends in this place that is ideal for get-togethers. A true hidden treasure that is definitely worth a visit!

A tour tailor-made for cheese connoisseurs

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In Compton, the Fromagerie de la Station is more than just a cheese shop: it also offers several activities, including a bucolic outdoor interpretive tour. Inside, you will find an immersive room where you can experience the conditions of aging cheese: temperature, humidity and smells. There is also an organ of scents that will help you discover the olfactory essences present both on the farm and in the cheeses.

Sleep on the water with Flotel

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Flotel is an innovative, eco-friendly and fully autonomous lodging concept, open year round. The brand new floating units in the Haut-Richelieu area are settling in the Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu marina for the winter. The 8 unusual floating accommodation units will be available all winter to offer an unusual experience on the Richelieu River. The floating units in the bay of Lake Saint-François in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield will also still be available for rent this winter.

Good food and a breathtaking view at Camp Boule

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The ideal place to drink good wine while enjoying the view from the highest summit of the Massif de Charlevoix, Camp Boule buvette de montagne offers a simple and casual menu, concocted by Chef David Forbes and designed around grilled meats prepared over a wood fire. Through its flavours, this restaurant brings you toward new horizons, placing special emphasis on the local products of Charlevoix.

Inns with a unique cachet

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For a truly memorable getaway, let the region’s enchanting winter landscapes and appealing inns work their charm on you. Find yourself in the heart of nature at the Auberge des Gallant, and take advantage of its skating rink, trails, and spa to experience the best the season has to offer. If your taste runs more to discovering lovely little cafés, restaurants, and shops, treat yourself to a stay at the Auberge Willow Inn or the Maison Rose Hudson in the charming town of Hudson. And for the ultimate luxury weekend, you can’t do better than the elegant Château Vaudreuil.

Treat yourself and encourage local producers

If you have a gourmet palate or a sweet tooth, rejoice! Memphrémagog offers an infinite number of regional products. Whether it's Belgian chocolate, pastries, delicious cheeses from the Abbey of Saint-Benoît-du-Lac or tasty dairy products and spreads from La Pinte, there's plenty to enjoy. This charming region also sets itself apart with the quality of its restaurants and its three microbreweries. You could also buy an original gift in one of the region's soap factories.

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