Coaticook

Ville de Coaticook

Participants in Coaticook

To find out more about the municipality, visit :
www.coaticook.ca

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Fresque animée Foresta Lumina

Fresque animée Foresta Lumina

Place Tillotson, corner Child and Main. See the outside wall come to life under your eyes! Stroll through the downtown area and visit Child street attractive shops, enjoy a drink or a meal on a terrace. Free shuttle will take you to Foresta Lumina
in time for departure.

Until 11 p.m

Place Tillotson, angle Child et Main

(819) 849-2331

Gîte Clair de Lune

Gîte Clair de Lune

At Clair de Lune, you may sleep, cool down, have fun, relax, meditate and eat well. Clair de Lune is located across from Foresta Lumina, close to the downtown area. You will enjoy a breathtaking view from the suspended bridge.

712, rue Child, Coaticcook J1A 2C2

819 968-5776

L'étoilée de Coaticook

L'étoilée de Coaticook

Built on private grounds, this paradise boasts all the amenities you may need, including a spa, a babyfoot table and a large screened veranda. An opportunity to spend an unforgettable moment as a couple, with family or friends!

29 rue Iberville, Coaticook (Québec) J1A 2L2

450 278-4575

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Repère des fées

Repère des fées

Visit a fairies’ heaven and discover these gentle and kind little creatures which are
found everywhere in the world!

Price : $3,50
Until 10 p.m

137, rue Michaud, Coaticook

819 849-6669

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La Diperie

La Diperie

Soft Laiterie de Coaticook ice cream and over 24 Belgian chocolate dips. Large choice of toppings for a unique creation!

24, rue Child, Coaticook

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Aux mille et une fleurs

Aux mille et une fleurs

Flower shop, original gifts, wide variety of gourmet products. For amazing discoveries, come see us! Professional and friendly service. Open Monday to Saturday.

228, rue St-Jean-Baptiste, Coaticook J1A 2J3

819 849-7444

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Beaulne Museum

Beaulne Museum

The museum has its premises in a sumptuous historical home. Come and discover enriching themed exhibitions. In summer, you will be charmed by the English-style tearoom.

English tea service on the château’s porch | Various pastries on Wednesdays, scones on Thursdays and Fridays. Museum visits are possible then.

96, rue de l’Union Coaticook (Québec) J1A 1Y9

819 849-6560

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Bijouterie Yvette

Bijouterie Yvette

Established since 1965, this jewelry shop enjoys a solid reputation. Watches, gold, silver and stainless steel jewelry. Repairs on the premises.

67, rue Main, Coaticook J1A 1P3

819 849-2850

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Bistro Halte du Pinacle

Bistro Halte du Pinacle

At the foot of Mount Pinacle. Open from Friday to Sunday in summer. Draught beer, wine and sangria. Next to campgrounds and municipal beach. Breakfast served on Sundays.

Mini grocery. Ready-to-eat dishes. Picnic area, local products and dairy bar.

1883 Chemin May, coaticook Qc, J1A 2S4

819-849-7773

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Cantine la Luciole

Cantine la Luciole

Located in Foresta Lumina waiting area, La Luciole is a sympathetic food truck where local products are offered as well as other meals prepared especially for you. The magic of the region inspired the menu!

Près du 135 Michaud, Coaticook

819 432-7743

Centre sportif Desjardins

Centre sportif Desjardins

Training complex open weekdays until 9 p.m. Flextime. Badminton and pickleball in drop-in activities. Sport facilities rental and spinning available.

Until 9 p.m

497, rue St-Jean-Baptiste, Coaticook J1A 2K2

819 849-7016

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Chalet Aube sur le Lac

Chalet Aube sur le Lac

In an enchanting maple grove, facing Lake Lyster, you will find calm and intimacy in the comfort of this newly built cottage.

240, Chemin des Chalets, Coaticook, Québec J1A 2S4

819-349-0495

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Coaticook lights up

Coaticook lights up

Take part of the Coaticook lights up

Centre-ville de Coaticook

Coffret de l'imagination

Coffret de l'imagination

Traditional French, Quebec and family inspired cuisine. Salads, poutines, nachos, paninis, pastas, chicken, fish, mussels, steaks, homemade desserts. Discover our Coaticook to savour and share menu or our evening local products table d’hôte. Gluten-free and vegetarian dishes – Evening dairy bar.

145, rue Michaud Coaticook (Qc) J1A 1A9

819 849-0090

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Découvrez Coaticook

Découvrez Coaticook

Walking guide

Architectural tour

The past and the present Coaticook's industrial llife.

Available in french only at the Tourist Information Office.

Coaticook

819 849-6669

Délices du Nord

Délices du Nord

Campers’ friend! Lunch on the go, ready-to-eat meals. Home cooked and regional products. Fresh local fruits and vegetables. The region’s best corn is to be enjoyed on the terrace!

885, rue Child Coaticook (Qc) J1A 2C8

819 804-3334

Halte du Pinacle

Halte du Pinacle

At the foot of Mount Pinacle, close to the public beach and campground. Mini grocery. Ready-to-eat dishes. Picnic area, local products and dairy bar.

1883 Chemin May, coaticook Qc, J1A 2S4

819-849-7773

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Jardin des Trouvailles

Jardin des Trouvailles

Garden centre. Surprising decorative items. Everything you need to prepare great meals on the grill. Vast selection of gourmet products including marinades, dressings, spices, condiments and olive oil.

533, rue Main Ouest, Coaticook J1A 1R2

819 849-0299

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Laiterie de Coaticook

Laiterie de Coaticook

(all summer until 11 p.m. Friday to Sunday until midnight)
An inescapable stop while visiting the Coaticook River Valley! Over 20 ice cream varieties. Which one will you choose?

1000, rue Child, Coaticook

819 849-2272

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Léon Thomas House

Léon Thomas House

You will be charmed by this 19th century property located in the heart of the historic district near Beaulne Museum.

89, rue Norton, Coaticook, Qc J1A 1R8

819 849-3759

Les créations de Bonnie

Les créations de Bonnie

In an intimate ambiance on the boutique’s vast porch, come and make your lantern-like candle. Choose colours, sparkles and shape, and bring your creation home!

Only sunday, until 8pm.

394, rue Saint-Jacques Sud, Coaticook

819 580-9117

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Memoirs from beyond the grave : Tour of Coaticook’s cemeteries

Memoirs from beyond the grave : Tour of Coaticook’s cemeteries

Sail through history while touring Coaticook cemeteries! This self-guided visit, with photographs and archives will take you to ten different cemeteries while ghosts relate their memoirs.

Free download on BaladoDiscovery.

Miel Pur Délice

Miel Pur Délice

To learn more about the fascinating world of honeybees and beekeeping throughout the seasons. Guided tours. Observation and handling of equipment. Honey and honey-based bites tastings.

The evening activity is only the monday, from 6.30 pm. to 8 pm.

The guided tour Apiculteur d'un jour is also available during the day, on reservation.

815, route 141, Coaticook

819 849-9994

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Mont Pinacle - Mountaineers

Mont Pinacle - Mountaineers

From the top of the Pinnacle, a favourite spot for nature lovers, feast your eyes on an incredible view of the area.

1883, chemin May Baldwin Mills,Coaticook (Québec)

819 849-2677 / 1 888 849-2677

Musée Beaulne

Musée Beaulne

English tea service on the château’s porch. Various pastries on Wednesdays, scones on Thursdays and Fridays. Museum visits are possible then.

Until 7 pm.

96, rue de l'Union Coaticook, QC J1A 1Y9

819 849-6560

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Pavillon des Arts et de la Culture de Coaticook

Pavillon des Arts et de la Culture de Coaticook

Performance hall in an intimate atmosphere, located within an old church built in early 20th century. Professional performances and diversified program.

116, rue Wellington, Coaticook J1A 2H7

819 849-6371

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Piste cyclable de Coaticook - Vélo de route

Piste cyclable de Coaticook - Vélo de route

Cycling in the city, means 15 km (9.3 mi.) of trails spread over 3 axis to better appreciate the urban charm of Coaticook.

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Ressourcerie des frontières

Ressourcerie des frontières

The largest selection of second-hand items in the Eastern Townships. Antiques, furniture, decorations, hardware, toys, sports… Something to suit every taste and budget!

177, rue Cutting, Coaticook J1A 2G2

819 804-1018

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Sushi Shop

Sushi Shop

Sushi Shop is a creative, responsible and progressive enterprise. With an appreciation for sushi and life, the personnel is dedicated to sharing this passion with customers. Taste the Coaticook sushi, a combination of apple, honey and smoked trout. Bring your wine!

81 rue Child Coaticook, Québec, J1A 2B2

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Tigre Géant

Tigre Géant

Daily savings on clothing and accessories for the entire family. Casual and friendly atmosphere. Monday to Friday: 8:a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

25, rue Wellington, Coaticook J1A 2H6

819 849-7443

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Townahipstrail

Townahipstrail

The Townships Trail lets you discover the Eastern Townships differently.

Dans les Cantons-de-l'Est

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YOUR STAY

Enjoy the most of your stay in the Coaticook River Valley!