We were welcomed with open arms (keeping up with social distancing, of course!) by the owners of this sweet bed and breakfast. Speaking of breakfast, their gourmet meals were down home delicious from their homemade apple butter to their succulent French crepes. Room was spotless and the decor artsy and interesting. A truly wonderful experience for us that we would like to take part in again.
We stayed here for three wonderful nights. The room was very comfortable and loved the common areas. We were very intrigued with the various original art located throughout the home. Our breakfasts were multi course, delicious and varied, served at a beautiful table setting. Pierre and Christine were outstanding hosts, always gracious and available. Pierre gave us a wonderful suggestion for a fromagerie and cycling ideas. We concentrated on the cheese and townships tours. Even though our French is very limited we felt most welcomed in all areas of the Townships we visited and look forward to returning to complete the Summit Drive etc.
Nice and quiet backyard where you can sit by the stream. Room was comfy and had products in the bathroom. Didn’t use the common space amenities. Located downtown. Owner was nice and showed us around the property.
The location, the home, the grounds, the hosts, the food, the decor - everything is 'perfect'! In this new situation of Covid-awareness, the charming hosts (tri-lingual!) promote very safe measures. There's a hammock, a shaded, covered terrace overlooking lovely grounds and the river, an extended, well-tended garden, including a pathway to the river and different places to sit and relax. Tons of good books to read, and a small fridge for guests (the hosts will provide wine glasses/openers). Superlative breakfasts, walking distance to so much (including the local farmer's market on Saturday mornings and the home of Oneka - bring your containers to get re-filled!). A lovely get-away!
We spent four nights at Gite au Chant de l'Onde in the days following the Christmas holidays and over New Years. Freliighsburg is a small village located beside a river and down the hill from the village of Dunham. The town of Sutton is about 20 minutes by car. Although we arrived at a very quiet time of the year and experienced a winter storm that tested our driving skills and winters tires (we couldn't get up the hill on the night of the storm), we enjoyed the peace and beauty of this B&B and the warmth of the locals. Pierre and Christine take care of every detail and prepare amazing breakfasts each morning. Each night, we returned to a sitting area with a wood stove and plenty of books and magazines. On New Year's Eve, we spent a few hours with locals and other guests who stayed at the inn. Late December is a bit too early for skiing but we really enjoyed taking walks around Frelighsburg and checking out a few of the pubs and bistros that remained open during this quieter time of the year.…