Zenitude guarantee in Saint-Léon-de-Standon
The Journal of Montreal
Saturday, 30 september 2017
A pleasant lodging
You will discover beautiful old buildings such as the old presbytery built in 1890 and then moved to the 1950s. Jacques Gaudreault, a contractor specializing in the restoration of heritage buildings and his spouse Muriel Brochu, interior designer, of the building (which also served as a residence for the elderly) and they have restored it carefully, preserving its original character. They have made a pleasant and comfortable lodging.
The hosts, very welcoming, offer hearty breakfasts and in the evening a 4 course country meal, provided that you are at least four people at the table. You may be lucky enough to meet walkers on the Saint-Remi road. It is a kind of Compostelle that begins in Saint-Adrien in the Eastern Townships and ends in Matapédia, while criss-crossing the Appalachian mountain range. This 800 km path promotes the enhancement of the villages, traditions and the terroir of Quebec.