Hotels in Lac-Mégantic

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Lac-Mégantic, QC, Canada
23 Jul — 24 Jul2
Lac-Mégantic, QC, Canada
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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Lac-Mégantic:$141/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$47/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$131 - $150
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$126 - $155
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Lac-Mégantic

About Lac-Mégantic

Hugging the northern shores of the lake after which it is named, Lac-Megantic is situated in the historic Eastern Townships of Quebec. It’s home to a striking church, lakeside golf course and adventure treetop park and also serves as a gateway to the spectacular Summit Drive route.

Things to do

The most prominent landmarks in Lac-Megantic are the asymmetrical, neo-Gothic spires of the Saint Agnes Church, which lies in the heart of the downtown area. Dating back to 1913, the interior features stunning stained-glass windows, while the soaring spires are illuminated majestically at night.

Soak up the lakeside views during a round of golf at the Lac Mégantic Golf Club, which has an 18-hole course surrounded by beautiful woodlands. Tackle the variety of challenging holes or sharpen your skills in the practice area with a driving range, putting green and training sand trap.

Enjoy a scenic drive along the 193-kilometre-long Summit Drive, which extends through the mountainous landscapes and villages of southern Quebec. Explore the charming villages of La Patrie and Saint-Adrien, then stay until it’s dark to experience the incredible night sky vistas in what has been designated an International Dark Sky Reserve.

Challenge yourself at the canopy adventure playground From Tree to Tree, where 66 different stations overlook the waters of Lac-Megantic. You can fly across the elevated zip-lines and negotiate the wobbly rope bridges, as its courses are specifically designed for adults, teenagers and young children.

Getting around

Lac-Megantic is around two hours’ drive from Quebec City and Jean Lesage International Airport and three hours from Montreal. The town is compact enough to explore on foot, but having your own vehicle is best for accessing the surrounding sights.

Lac-Mégantic travel FAQs

  • What are the best hotels in Lac-Mégantic?

    Hotel Motel Le Quiet (8.2/10 from 357 reviews), Manoir D'Orsennens (8.8/10 from 124 reviews), and Auberge Les Victorines Du Lac (8.4/10 from 116 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Lac-Mégantic.