OUTDOOR LODGE GLEN SUTTON  
 
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1351 Vallée Missisquoi
Glen Sutton, Quebec
J0E 2K0
450.538.5816
info@outdoorlodge.ca

Mailing address
125 Bridge Road
Sutton, Quebec
J0E 2K0
Canada

     

Outdoor Lodge Glen Sutton

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By Car

US APPROACH FROM WEST, SOUTH

Exit Vermont Interstate 89 at 104 East (St. Albans). Turn right off 104E onto 105 East. Progress through Sheldon Springs, Enosburg Falls (Hannaford’s is your last source of liquor supplies before entering Canada and costs much less than in Canada), and Richford. Legal amounts per adult when crossing the border: 24 beer or 2 bottles of wine @750 mls. or 1 bottle of spirits, 40 oz. Once in Canada you are treated as a Canadian (no more liquor can be brought back into Canada if we cross the border on a day trip) for the duration of your stay. In Richford, stay on 105E (you must turn Right at the big, red brick church) then turn onto 105A and continue two miles to Canadian border. We are located approximately 3 miles straight ahead from the border in Glen Sutton. Our Lodge is the second building on the right hand side as you enter the village proper (large wraparound porch, white columns, red door, stone wall out front). Next door is the former Catholic Church, now a private home. You may park your car in the crushed stone area facing the main road or in the evergreen grove across the street from the Lodge. Side by side parking would be most appreciated.

US APPROACH FROM EAST, SOUTH

Leave Vermont Interstate 91 at Newport, last source for supplies (liquor, wine cheaper in U.S. but buy before entering Canada and see previous paragraph for amounts allowed) and continue on 105W following directions to North Troy. Pick up 243N to the Canadian border. After customs, proceed to Highwater, cross railway tracks as well as two bridges and take first left onto Chemin de la Vallee Missisquoi. After passing the village of Dunkin, you will soon arrive in Glen Sutton. As you enter the village, proceed straight on until you reach the former Catholic Church (our stoneclad neighbour and now a private residence) on the left hand side of the road.. The Outdoor Lodge is the next building (large wraparound porch, white columns, red door and stone wall out front). Please park as described above.

TRAVELING FROM MONTREAL VIA CHAMPLAIN BRIDGE OR FROM SHERBROOKE AND POINTS EAST

Take Autoroute 10 to the Cowansville/Granby/Sutton exit. Proceed to Cowansville, thence to Route 104. Continue on 104 to 139S and onwards to Sutton. Continue straight through town and follow signs to Glen Sutton. See two paragraphs above for our location in the village (second building on right in village proper). Please park as described two paragraphs above.

By Public Transportation

Planes, trains and buses pull into Montreal from all directions and at various times of the day and night. The Trudeau International Airport (Dorval) shuttle bus to downtown Montreal (about 45 minutes, approx. $12.40 one way if 65+, approx. $13.29 if 65-) runs about every half hour. The only link, by public transportation, from downtown Montreal to our area is by bus to the nearby town of Sutton, Quebec (one way fare approx. $18.43 if 60-, approx. $12.98 if 60+). We will gladly meet you in Sutton (complimentary shuttle) if we know your timing. The bus going to Montreal leaves Sutton at 6:30 and arrives in Montreal at 8:18. The second Sutton departure is at 14:16 arriving in Montreal at 16:05. The bus station in Montreal is called theVoyageur Bus Terminal (505 de Maisonneuve East, telephone 514-842-2281)

If overnighting in Montreal (before or after taking a bus to our site), a favoured basic hotel next to the bus station is the Comfort Hotel Taj Mahal, 1600 rue St. Hubert, Montreal, Quebec H2L 3Z3, (514-849-3214). Another nearby favorite is the Hotel Institute (hotel/culinary school), 3535 rue St. Denis, Montreal H2X 3P1 (514-282-5120 or 1-800-361-5111). Or check out www.bonjourquebec.com for the hospitality profile of every B+B/Hotel/etc. in the province. Most people traveling by bus take the weekend 9:30am departure from the Voyageur Terminus arriving in Sutton at 11:19. Upon notification, our free shuttle will meet your bus. A second bus (but you’ll be a bit late for supper) leaves Montreal at 5:30pm and arrives in Sutton at 7:19pm. The last bus (Sunday only) leaves Montreal at 9:15pm and arrives in Sutton at 11:04pm.

Planes also fly into Burlington International Airport, Vermont. Glen Sutton is approximately one hour and twenty minutes by rental car (there is no public link from Burlington to Glen Sutton). Some good deals into Burlington (plus car rental) can easily beat Montreal prices.