We stayed at Auberge Sutton Brouerie for one night. The room was advertised as: "Located in Sutton, Auberge Sutton Brouerie offers 3-star accommodation with a terrace, a shared lounge and a bar. The property is set 5 km from Mont Sutton. Mediterranean cuisine is served at the restaurant. The rooms include air conditioning, a fridge, a coffee machine, a shower, a hair dryer, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and DVD Player. The inn features certain units with river views, and each room is fitted with a kettle. All rooms have a wardrobe." Our room was not in the big building as shown and advertised in their photos, but we were given a room in a little ‘annex’ next door, across the parking lot. The shower / toilet were down the hall. Kitchen was on the next floor. Our room did not have a kettle, a fridge, a coffee machine, a shower, a TV, and not even a bathroom or shower. We had a bunk bed, a wardrobe and a hairdryer (no mirror in the room). The bathroom and shower were down the hall. The kitchen was on the next floor and was a shared kitchen with the 3 other rooms. The listing clearly states “private kitchen”, which it is now. We never saw a TV. Also no toiletries are offered, except bodywash in the bathroom. We had clean towels and linen. The listing is misleading and falsely advertised. Unfortunately when we arrived at 5pm, the Auberge was fully booked and we couldn’t change rooms. Had we known that there was no bathroom /shower, fridge or TV in the room, we would have booked elsewhere. Check in time was 4pm and checkout time was 10am. No breakfast was available on the property. Our $149 room with all taxes came to $175. Their only saving grace was that it was clean.…
When we arrived, we were told that the air conditioning was not working... It turns out that it was already 30 Celcius outside, result, a good 33.5 well felt upstairs without possibility of cooling because only two windows in R-C. No notice except once there telling us that it wasn't that bad. There were three other rooms in the same situation. A call would have allowed us to reassess our options. Result, we went to Cowansville without any apology from the receptionist. Checked although the air conditioning is working if you book
We loved this little inn. 8 rooms, we stayed in #4 i believe which had a king bed with another king bed in an upstairs loft. Super comfortable bed, nicely sized bathroom with good shower, in-room refrig filled with their own brews, coffee maker, Netflix on the TV and good AC. Sutton is the cutest of the Eastern Townships towns that we visited. Lots of small shops and restaurants within 5 min walking distance. I wish we had booked 2 nights. This inn was so much nicer than one we booked at Knowlton. Really cute place and great stay! Dog friendly too. Only downside was that the brewery/restaurant was closed the day we visited, although that probably kept it quieter. Would definitely return!
Check-in is in the middle of the brew pub. Rooms and lodgings have an industrial loft feel: lots of steel and concrete floors. Bed was comfortable and location is quiet overlooking a creek. A bit pricey for the type of property. Lots of restaurants nearby.
Auberge Sutton Brouerie is an eight-room inn situated above a very good restaurant/bar that brews its own beer, offers good food, and occasionally features live music. The room #4 is well designed with two king sized beds on two levels that can each be converted to two singles. The bathroom is modern with a large shower and basin. The WiFi is very good! The beds are comfortable and it is relatively quiet, although the restaurant was closed on account of COVID pandemic. The staff at this Auberge are so welcoming and helpful. We stayed for three nights and enjoyed two days of decent weekday skiing on Mont Sutton. Auberge Sutton Brouerie offers food delivered to the room, so all in all I can highly recommend this “auberge” even during the pandemic as a way to escape the city, appreciate the quiet streets of the village of Sutton, and enjoy some fine skiing! …
Spent 1 night on a Thursday night which was perfect to enjoy the 2 x 1 at the microbrewery and enjoy just having to walk up the stairs to the room! Room itself is modern and big, with the bed up the stairs. Bed was huge and comfortable but sadly the pillows could be improved. It well sound proof from the brewery so you don't hear the restaurant from the room, but you may hear the other rooms (mostly people going up and down the stairs). There was only one downside: there is a window facing the bed that should be somehow covered. It got really bright as soon as it was sunrise.
Wonderful modern auberge! My sister and I stayed here as part of a kayak trip with Canoe & Co. nearby and we were blown away by the hotel and the restaurant.. It was a great deal for a weekend that included a 3 course meal with 2 beers! The food is outstanding. The first night we had a share plate, muscles & fries, and 2 cheesecakes and we couldn't finish it. We were allowed to bring the mason jars of cheesecake back to our room though. It was so good, we decided to stay there for dinner the second night. The servers are very knowledgeable, take their recommendations and try out the flights of beers, you wont't be disappointed. We were greeted very warmly upon arrival, check in was as fast as a large chain hotel but certainly more personable. Our room included 2 king beds, one was upstairs in a loft.. it was clean and modern and very comfortable, great for 2 people but roomy enough for a family of 4. I will certainly be back and will recommend to anyone travelling to the Eastern Townships.…
I was skeptical not staying at a name brand hotel, but this place blew my socks off. The restaurant had great food and service. Sitting out of the patio with the large fire pit burning away was great. The rooms were clean and the beds super comfortable. The door locks were slightly difficult to operate and the HVAC controls need some clearer directions. Very nice bathrooms with local artisan soaps. The live music was fun to listen to and did not carry into the rooms (done at 10pm). This is a must stay if in the area.
Good beer, all brewed with brettanomyces (sour) yeast. Not a big brett fan but the stout was nice and creamy. Decent cider too. Probably the highlights of the meal. The food overall looked good but was exceedingly bland. We had smoked fish and fried GF zucchini fritters. Very mild, nothing special. The poutine looked great, but was a bland, gooey jumble of no flavor. Not even a dominant flavor of salt ... how can you make poutine so blandjtsnot even a little too salty? Stop here for a beer but look elsewhere for food.
The rooms are small, it's a bed and a bathroom. The temperature is set low, so turn up the thermostats (plural) when you get in. The floor is concrete, bring slippers. The sliding barn door to the bathroom will slide closed on it's own. There is no couch, watch TV from the bed. This is not a great place for kids. The back stairway goes down to the open kitchen door, stacking plates is very noisy. Dumpster pick-up was a 5 AM wake-up call. They do not serve breakfast. If you get a "ski do-do ski" package you get a huge breakfast at the ski hill, opens 8AM. The ski resort is 4 km down the road and there are condos, motels, etc along the road for about the same price. Next time I would rent a condo.