See why so many travellers make Auberge Lakeview their inn of choice when visiting Knowlton. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Auberge Lakeview offer air conditioning and a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a sun terrace and baggage storage. Guests of Auberge Lakeview are also welcome to enjoy a pool and a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Knowlton fish and chips restaurant such as Le Relais Restaurant Bistro, which is a short distance from Auberge Lakeview.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than United Church Of Canada (0.4 mi), which is a popular Knowlton attraction – and it is conveniently located within walking distance of the inn.
At Auberge Lakeview, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Knowlton.
So planned a last minute romantic get away for my wife and I. Almost everywhere was booked solid so was happy to find something in the general area we wanted Pluses - Super Super Clean - Very Friendly and helpful stuff -Nice neighborhood -Outdoor Pool _Charming Neutral, can't really call this a negative but this place is super dated yes it opened in 1873 but somethings could use some updated it does feel like you are visiting that Aunt that never married Negative No AC however the ceiling fan was quite powerful and if you opened the window it was doable Internet was terrible No elevator ( be warned the railing on the stairs is super low and can be awkward for anyone tall Price - wasn't outrageous but was not a bargain but it was a long weekend so not that terrible SUPER SUPER SMALL Pillows ( see if can ask for a couple extras)…
This is a unique place, where you can feel that you go back in time...very special hotel boutique museum, with excellent customer service. Run by family members who care about your stay. i would recommend it.
We five women spent two nights at this quaint inn. The owner and staff provided helpful personal attention, adding to our enjoyment of beautiful Knowlton. The hotel is walking distance to restaurants and shops.
Was treated like a trespasser. Van,the owner, was ignorant and rude. Not really sure why anyone would go there let alone Hillary Clinton. Larry, the night watchman was very accomidating and polite. Again , the owner , wasn't understanding and raised his voice to me. No meals were available.
Service was slow. Food was ok but cold. No one came to ask how are meal was until we had finished. No apology when I said meal was cold and bland and service was slow. We only stayed because we were there for a show. The show was fantastic. Laura Teasdale and Ralph Steiner, incredible performers.
If you're looking for a rustic (lost in the 50's) this is the place to stay. Comfortable, overstuffed period sofas and chairs in the lobby. Lots of wood and wallpaper. The room was small but comfortable with a modern bathroom. Comfortable bed. The only negative is we were told breakfast was $7.00 what we were't told is that is for toast and coffee, which was not available. The only breakfast was a full one at $14.00. Otherwise all good
My sister and I are in our sixties. We stayed at the Auberge Lakeview for two nights while we attended, with anticipation, the Louise Penny book launch of Glass Houses. We stayed in a room on the second floor that had two twin beds and looked out the front to the road. We knew that there are no elevators and that the Auberge is not a modern facility. The photos on the Auberge website are a pretty accurate depiction of what you should expect. At times we giggled at some of the eccentric decor and even wondered if we'd detect any spiritual senses (which we did not). The bathroom sink is in the bedroom area. There is no closet but a wardrobe. Inside the wardrobe we found the television. It did work with a remote control but was only about 12 inches wide. No flat screens here! The lighting in the hallway to our assigned room was a little bit wacky. During the day the lights are on but at night when we'd come down the hall the lights are off and on a sensor. If you jumped up and down and waved your arms, they might have sensed us and come on, or not. There is wifi, but not in the room we had. We were told that there's too much copper in the walls. There is a sitting area upstairs, with a settee where you could get wifi. There is a restaurant on site for breakfast, lunch and supper, but we didn't eat there. It was a comfortable walk back-and-forth to the shops and restaurants in the area. It was with delight that we found the open-air farmers market on Saturday morning on our way to the village and picked up some local fresh food items. From there we took the pathway to the village. Two different evenings we drove down to the marina (which is not far from the Auberge) and had drinks and a bite to eat while enjoying the relaxed atmosphere and view of Lac Brome. We paid approximately $130 before taxes for each night. There is a pool but we didn't use it and never saw anyone in it.…
A very quiet, cute, quaint and comforatble. A little far from restaurants and services, but a nice stay and friendly staff. The restaurant and pub were unfortunately closed so we did not have the opportunity to experience either.
We spent two nights her in late June. The town is sleepy, the Auberge Lakeview is sleepy, but grand. Fabulous balconies front the building. Reception was cordial. Neither the dining room nor the pub were operational during our visit. Pool area is good. Room was well appointed and comfortable. It would have been nice to have had basic coffee and muffin service there in the morning, in such a grand old hotel. By the way, there is no lake view here : )
Spent two nights at this lovely Auberge in the heart of Knowlton. Our room was a spacious studio room, with access to the covered balcony out front. I only wish I had the time to sit out on the balcony, in the lovely Adirondack chairs, watching the sunset. The room was clean, and well appointed. The furnishings are a mix of colonial and french Canadian. The ground floor bar is beautiful, with brass railings and wood booths. The main floor restaurant is quite fancy, but a quick walk down the street allows you to choose among several nice restaurants in downtown Knowlton. And after a great night sleep, it is hard to beat a lovely walk down the hill to the Star Cafe for fabulous coffee and breakfast.