Historic Vacation Rental Home in Georgeville, Quebec
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The Old Mansion House overlooks Georgeville on pristine Lake Memphremagog in Quebec's stunning Estrie region, with a mountainous landscape to the west and rolling farmland to the east.

It is 90 minutes east of Montreal and 20 minutes north of Vermont (USA). The town of Magog is a 15Km drive, offering excellent shopping and dining.

Georgeville itself was founded in 1797 and the village is considered an unspoiled gem, its streets lined with period homes and lovely trees.

In winter visitors can enjoy the adventure of skiing, skating or exploring the local trails on snowshoes. Mount Orford and Owl's Head offer a host of outdoor attractions, while Jay Peak in Vermont is also within easy driving distance. The Old Mansion House offers a cosy, secluded home in which to relax after the exhilaration of Winter activities, and the competitive seasonal rate makes it an ideal choice for a large group.

In summer the region offers lavender fields, vineyards, orchards and a variety of sporting and other leisure activities including sailing, swimming, scuba diving, fishing and horse riding. The scenic cycle and hiking trails of the Eastern Townships are nearby, and Inverugie Golf Club is less than a five-minute walk away.

The local area inspired the fictional village of 'Three Pines' in which Louise Penny's Inspector Gamache mysteries are set. The Old Mansion House features as the 'Old Hadley House', especially in The Cruellest Month. Plan a tour of the area using the Three Pines Inspirations Map...


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