Located just west of Montreal, the picturesque town of Hudson, Quebec, provides a year-round destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors will enjoy the many hiking trails, world-class golf courses, sailing, cross-country skiing, skating and horseback riding. In the early spring, enjoy a visit to a local "cabane a sucre," or sugar shack, and watch (and taste) how maple syrup us made. In the fall, see some of the most spectacular autumn color anywhere. There are a number of great places to stay during your visit to Hudson.
Auberge Willow Place Inn
Auberge Willow Place (auberge is the French word for inn) is nestled on the shores of the Lake of Two Mountains. It is close to downhill ski resorts, skating rinks, and hiking trails. Auberge Willow Place is close to Arbraska, an outdoor center that offers its athletic patrons zip-lines, extreme geo-caching and whitewater rafting. Rooms are decorated with an early 20th-century aesthetic and offer private bathrooms, Wi-Fi access and air-conditioning.
208 Main Road
Riversmead Bed & Breakfast
This 1849 stone house is located on Hudson's main street, providing easy access to cross-country skiing trails, sleigh rides and ice fishing in the winter and sailing, golf, tennis, cycling and hiking trails in the summer. The Riversmead offers elegantly decorated rooms, with both shared and en-suite baths, air-conditioning and a grand common room complete with a fireplace and grand piano. In the morning, guests are treated to a gourmet breakfast that includes maple syrup made on the property.
245 Main Road
Château Vaudreuil Hotel & Suites
Chateau Vaudreuil offers four-diamond luxury accommodations surrounded by breathtaking beauty. Guests will find themselves immersed in a natural wonderland on the shore of Lake of Two Mountains. Hiking, canoeing, and kayaking take center stage in the summer, only to be upstaged by skiing and skating in the winter. The hotel's newly renovated suites feature king-size beds, marble bathrooms with whirlpool baths, high-speed Internet access and ivory duvet covers, all in a French provincial decor.
21700 Transcanada Hwy.