We live in a small historic village , 4,000 citizens. The village is in the the Eastearn Townships at I hour30 to Montreal and Quebec and near Sherbrooke. The site is on gravel, peacefull near full trees and near of my garden behind my house. There is no neighbors near. Another site is on the parking behind house. There is ectricity and fresh water. Nearest convenience stores, cycling,hiking walk,tennis,good restaurants.
No running generators after 9 pm
Easy, I live in a little historic village and the site is behind my house. Gravel road for reach parking , but just 50 meters from the street. Its a dead end.
First: Back our property, behind trees who give an intimate.
Second: back our house on another parking.
Feel free to give us a shout and see if we can accomodate you
Piste cyclable, marche à l'étang Burkbank . Bureau d'information touristique. Restaurant gastronomique Le temps des cerises. Café La Mante du carré et marché des producteurs locaux le samedi. Mont Ham à 30 minutes.A proximité de Sherbrooke et 1h30 de Montréal et Québec
After being « attached » to the English language for 5 month it was us a pleasure and very welcoming to talk to you in French. We write this in English as Nicole likes some practice as well. We appreciated very much our stay and especially the appéro in the afternoon where we exchanged our travel experience. Great host to stay; we highly recommend. Nicole & Guy merci beacoup pour tout.
Bergeracois vous salue.
Coli offered us a site on grass alongside a gravel drive or at an oblique angle to it. The angled site is level but suitable for units to 25 feet, so we parked our truck and trailer of 45 feet combined along the side. The sight is sloped, but we were able to easily level the trailer without unhitching. Madame Coli professed weakness with English, but her regular small group meetings to practice the language are putting the lie to that idea. Monsieur Coli is quite comfortable with English, and we had a great time discussing rv vehicles and their specifications, and solar energy production. This couple was interested in our comfort, but also recognized our need for privacy. Our next visit will be longer, to allow us time to walk about the town viewing the glorious century old architecture of the well-kept homes and commercial buildings. The language barrier is strictly imaginary; Québécois boondocker hosts offer us and our rudimentary French a warm and eager welcome.Take them up on it!