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Discover the Eastern townships

Discover all the charm of Sutton, its main street with boutiques and restaurants, its mountains, Mont-Sutton, offers kilometers of trails for hiking, summer and winter alike. For golf lovers the region offers several courses including Les Rochers Bleus of Sutton. And of course in winter hit Mont Sutton ski slopes.

The B&B Aux Douceurs Matinales is located in the village, just a few steps from restaurants and boutiques and a few minutes from Mont-Sutton. Our bed and breakfast offers three comfortable rooms with private or semi-private bathroom. A complete full breakfast is always included in our packages.

What awaits you also in Sutton and region: festivals, art galleries, museums, vineyards, orchards, antiques shops and much more.

Whether by car, motorcycle or bicycle, the B&B Aux Douceurs Matinales welcomes you.

History

Drapeau inscrit 'ouvert' situé à l'avant du B&B

Frank N. Carr is Manager of the, Sutton Daisy Creamery, open since 1894. On the advice of two of the first founders, S.N. Boright and F.A. Olmstead he purchased the creamery in 1919 with five partners. Six years later he bought from John Seale this large house, built by the farmer Nathan Powers, where five generations of Carr lived. In the 1960s Frank Carr’s son, Cecil Frank and his wife Ola Dyer open an antiques store in the barn. At the time it was also used as an exhibition hall and storage places.

Architecture

The gable end of this Queen Anne-style house is clad with ornaments lozenge-shape wood shingles. Windows are frame with simple mouldings and small bevelled coloured panes. The large angle-veranda with is shingles parapet was added in 1927.

Today

We acquired the House in 2007, from the 5th generation of Carr’s, to make a Bed & Breakfast. We carry out the renovation while retaining the Queen Anne style of the house.

Pictures

Picture of the lounge, conservatory, entrance hall and massage room