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357, chemin Schweizer, Sutton, Quebec J0E 2K0 Canada
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#4 of 6 B&Bs / Inns in Sutton
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Over-looking a lovely scenery of mountain meadows following green prairies, the Schweizer Inn offers a quiet farm setting and spectacular views high above the Sutton valley. The Schweizer Inn has become an historic landmark in the Eastern Townships. Nestled high above Sutton valley it’s situated close by Mont Sutton. The Guest House has 8 bedrooms, 5 of them with en-suite bathrooms; it also features a 2 bedroom apartment. Furthermore, the Hillside Chalet, which includes 3 bedrooms, is also available and will easily accommodate your group in a private manner. Come relax at our place! Karen & Alexandre
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Free parking
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Ngosi wrote a review Sep 2018
Vancouver, Canada218 contributions77 helpful votes
This a place worthwhile to visit. If you look for a relaxing place this is the one. The owner is extremely helpfully and the rooms are clean and comfortable. If you look for a TV its not here, which is sometimes a blessing. The WiFi works well but the connection may take a couple of minutes, but than I had no problems with it. The continental breakfast is sufficient. It is as well a child friendly place and there is enough space for them on the property. Just a couple of minutes out of town. We certainly enjoyed our stay.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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tedster074 wrote a review Sep 2018
Montreal717 contributions200 helpful votes
This was a very comfortable place to stay. It is out of the way. Easy to find during the day. However the second sign should be lit at night as it is very dark in the countryside. The breakfast was excellent despit it being a continental. Coffee was good as were the croissants.
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Ken M wrote a review Aug 2018
Toronto, Canada1 contribution1 helpful vote
I had high hopes for this Auberge based on the glowing reviews on Tripadvisor. I used the Auberge as a base for a cycling holiday mid-august August. My plan was to explore the area by bike for a couple of days before pedalling back to Montreal on my final day. As a solo traveller, I was looking forward to some of the activities that were mentioned in previous posts (e.g., great lounge area, farm animals, views of the valley, etc.) Unfortunately, the inn has changed hands and the lodgings are in a single dormitory style bunkhouse. More like a hostel than a rustic Swiss Auberge. My room was actually very comfortable and quiet. I enjoyed falling asleep to the sound of crickets and the occasional owl. Breakfast was pretty good; excellent croissants and muffins. I really appreciated the energy buds that powered my bike rides. On my last day, a group arrived at 8:30 for a business conference and took over the hostel. They took over the breakfast area and several people walked into my room as I was getting packed up for my day's ride. I found it very strange that I was rushed out of my room before 9 a.m. when check out is usually 11 a.m. The new owners seem like nice people. The Auberge needs more amenities including a breakfast/ longer area and some more attention to the needs of their guests.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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Lulu O wrote a review Feb 2014
Medford, New York1 contribution1 helpful vote
We went there 2 years ago! Heidi the owner and chef is amazing. The homes/rooms are decorated well, clean, and she knows how to entertain. She even sang one night with her family. She yodels! It was a swiss mini moment! When we adopted our baby, we called her personally to tell her the news. Next year we are going back with our 2 children and extended family/friends.
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Date of stay: February 2014
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Frisbit wrote a review Sep 2010
Cornwall, New York2 contributions2 helpful votes
My husband and I first discovered this treasure about 25 years ago before we had children. We have returned yearly since, sometimes a few times a year. Here we feel, not like guests, but like family. Our two boys have so many wonderful memories of this unique place. We have visited both in winter for skiing and in summer for hiking and swimming in the pond. We even introduced Schweizers to our parents and my inlaws visited several times when they were able to still travel. The scenery, the atmosphere, the food and fellowship are all fantastic. When our children were young, visits to the barn to see the horses, goats, chickens and rabbits were popular. One year we were lucky enough to be there during the maple sugaring. Our older son helped keep the fire going and did some canning of the syrup. I would not hesitate to recommend Schweizers to anyone. While you are there you truly feel like family.
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Date of stay: March 2010
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Tom11 wrote a review Aug 2010
Montreal, Canada1632 contributions319 helpful votes
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We’ve stayed at the Auberge Schweizer (Schweizer inn) twice, once in early January 2010 and then in early August this year. We really liked the place and will be back. (This review replaces the earlier one I wrote last winter.) The Schweizer is run by a long-standing family of immigrants from Switzerland who speak perfect English and French (and probably German), and who live on site, and you feel the love they have put into the place over the years. It is located about 4 km (2-3 miles) from central Sutton, heading south and then way up into the hills (not real easy to reach in the middle of winter without snow tires ). There are horse pastures above the main inn, woods all around and great views over the surrounding countryside and valley below. They have about 10 bed and breakfast double rooms with a pretty shared living room area, all recently renovated and half with private baths, plus one small apartment (for a couple and maybe 1-2 kids), and 4 furnished cottages – we stayed in two of them (the Heidi in the winter and the Pines this summer). A good part of the food they serve is organic, from their own garden – they have breakfasts for guests in the rooms, and can also serve dinners during weekdays. They are used to accommodating vegetarians too, if that is important to you. The cottages we’ve seen were all very nice but fairly simple, none gunning to win the Martha Stewart award for overly cute decorations. The two we stayed in were clean and real functional – polished pine walls, a fireplace with wood, a regular TV with DVD & VHS (but no cable – only a few channels available). Behind and to the sides are beautiful woods, and in front you see the pastures. The Heidi Chalet was smaller but abit nicer - two large BR with 2 beds each plus a loft with two small single beds, and a large living/dining room/kitchen area and two small music systems (CD). The Pines could sleep more people in their 4½ smaller BRs, also had a combined living/dining/kitchen area, plus a large outdoors terrace with table and great views over the valley and pastures, and a ping pong table in the basement. On New Years eve (the day we arrived in the winter), they had torch-lit sledding down the pasture hill for kids from 9-11 PM, a bonfire at the top of the hill, wine and cheese in the small dining room from 10-12 (with guests playing various games), and fireworks at midnight. Around the inn area they have marked snowshoe trails, and they rent 5 pairs of snowshoes to guests at a very reasonable price ($12/day). In the summer, they have an attractive swimming pond with a couple chairs in the shade on a flat rocky area, and watching the horses in the pasture and the view over the valley at sunset is great. If you are looking for a Hilton, this is not the place for you. But if you are looking for a very peaceful and often sociable simple place, in a beautiful high-up country setting right beside the Sutton Mountains, with very congenial owners, it is great. Finally, in some ways it resembles the Auberge des Appalaches where we've also stayed many times, which is also a smaller family-owned Sutton inn, although the Appalaches has a few more rooms but no cottages, all compressed into just one building – not the space nor the views of the Schweizer. The Appalaches is on the main road from Sutton to the ski resort, and so has somewhat better access to downhill skiing. (But in both cases you will need a car.) What we don’t like about the Appalaches is that they have gone mostly to a full-board format; being vegetarians, we don’t eat very well there anymore - in any case we enjoy often eating out at one of the good local restaurants. But both inns are real nice places for those on a low/moderate budget. For newbies to the area, Sutton is a real pleasant small town with a few good restaurants and pubs, an excellent French/Quebec cheese and pastry/bread store, a fair number of artists and craftsmen, great nearby hiking in a large natural wilderness area, biking in the summer (bring your bikes) and skiing in the winter, and nearby blueberry picking farms and the Eastern Township wine road. It is a real nice change of pace from the made-for-tourist places like Mont Tremblant.
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Date of stay: August 2010
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Frequently Asked Questions about Auberge Schweizer Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Auberge Schweizer Inn?
Nearby attractions include Mont SUTTON (3.4 km), Parc d'environnement Naturel de Sutton (6.9 km), and Galerie Art Plus (2.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Auberge Schweizer Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and meeting rooms.
What food & drink options are available at Auberge Schweizer Inn?
Guests can enjoy breakfast and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Auberge Schweizer Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Auberge Schweizer Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Pleasant Cafe, A L'Abordage Microbrasserie, and Microbrasserie Auberge Sutton Brouerie.
Are pets allowed at Auberge Schweizer Inn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Auberge Schweizer Inn?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.