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Magog, QC, Canada
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Auberge La Belle Victorienne
8.5 Excellent
142 Merry Nord, Magog, QC, Canada
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0.5 km from city centre, Magog 
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8.5

Auberge La belle Victorienne et Spa is located in Magog and is close to the area's popular attractions. It also provides a sauna, a Jacuzzi and free Wi-Fi.

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Cheapest month:October
Most expensive month:September
Average price in Magog:S$ 176/night
Cheapest price found:S$ 72/night
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Most expensive day:Friday
S$ 136 - S$ 245
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S$ 98 - S$ 204
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Auberge La Belle Victorienne
8.5 Excellent
142 Merry Nord, Magog, QC, Canada
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0.5 km from city centre,  

Auberge La belle Victorienne et Spa is located in Magog and is close to the area's popular attractions. It also provides a sauna, a Jacuzzi and free Wi-Fi.

S$ 152
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Auberge La Belle Victorienne
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Auberge La Belle Victorienne

142 Merry Nord, Magog, QC, Canada

8.5 Excellent
S$ 152

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A Tout Venant B&B Et Massotherapie

20 Bellevue, Magog, QC, Canada

9.0 Excellent
S$ 158

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Where to stay in Magog

About Magog

Surrounded by national parks and ski fields, Magog is a charming French-Canadian city nestled at the confluence of Lake Memphremagog and the Rivière aux Cerises and Magog River. Magog boasts a provincial atmosphere, particularly along its main street where waterfront French restaurants sit alongside tranquil parks, museums and a concert hall.

Things to do

Magog is a popular gateway city to Mont Orford, where you can carve fresh powder while skiing or snowboarding during winter. The alpine resort area also has a lively apres-ski scene and is popular in summer as a hiking and golfing destination. Summer is also a great time to check out the nearby Lake Massawippi, where you can go swimming and fishing.

Stroll down Magog’s main shopping and dining strip, which hugs the river and provides delicious French fare in Pinocchio and casual Mexican dining at Guacamole y Tequila. Duck into some of the local boutiques positioned between the restaurants, such as the Boutique Lifestyle homewares store and Beau Et Fou, which stocks unique trinkets and jewellery.

The Musee International D'Art Naif is just around the corner and showcases exceptional contemporary art by local and international artists. Head across the road to Vieux Clocher de Magog, a popular concert hall with comedy acts, live music and plays.

Want to rest your feet? Kick back in the Parc de la Pointe-Merry, a grassy expanse overlooking Lake Memphremagog. Alternatively, head to Marais de la Rivière aux Cerises to let the kids enjoy a large playground or to explore the nature trails. The park also boasts an information centre with exhibits and family programs.

Getting around

Magog is well-connected to Montreal and Sherbrooke via multiple highways and long-distance Greyhound buses. You can easily walk around Magog or use the local trolley services to cover longer distances. You’ll need a hire car to reach the ski fields.

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Surrounded by national parks and ski fields, Magog is a charming French-Canadian city nestled at the confluence of Lake Memphremagog and the Rivière aux Cerises and Magog River. Magog boasts a provincial atmosphere, particularly along its main street where waterfront French restaurants sit alongside tranquil parks, museums and a concert hall.

Things to do in Magog

Magog is a popular gateway city to Mont Orford, where you can carve fresh powder while skiing or snowboarding during winter. The alpine resort area also has a lively apres-ski scene and is popular in summer as a hiking and golfing destination. Summer is also a great time to check out the nearby Lake Massawippi, where you can go swimming and fishing.

Stroll down Magog’s main shopping and dining strip, which hugs the river and provides delicious French fare in Pinocchio and casual Mexican dining at Guacamole y Tequila. Duck into some of the local boutiques positioned between the restaurants, such as the Boutique Lifestyle homewares store and Beau Et Fou, which stocks unique trinkets and jewellery.

The Musee International D'Art Naif is just around the corner and showcases exceptional contemporary art by local and international artists. Head across the road to Vieux Clocher de Magog, a popular concert hall with comedy acts, live music and plays.

Want to rest your feet? Kick back in the Parc de la Pointe-Merry, a grassy expanse overlooking Lake Memphremagog. Alternatively, head to Marais de la Rivière aux Cerises to let the kids enjoy a large playground or to explore the nature trails. The park also boasts an information centre with exhibits and family programs.

Getting around Magog

Magog is well-connected to Montreal and Sherbrooke via multiple highways and long-distance Greyhound buses. You can easily walk around Magog or use the local trolley services to cover longer distances. You’ll need a hire car to reach the ski fields.

  • What are the best hotels in Magog?

    Magog is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Auberge Du Grand Lac, which has a current rating of 8.1. For other potential stays, consider Motel de l'Outlet and Auberge jeunesse Magog-Orford, which can also be great places to stay in Magog.