Brome-Missisquoi

Circuit du Patrimoine

This route departs from Bedford and takes you to some of the region’s most unique historical landmarks like Walbridge Barn, the only dodecagonal barn in Quebec and the province’s smallest covered bridge (!). There are also countless heritage homes and churches to admire, plus some gorgeous scenery, especially along the U.S. border.

  • Paved road 38.4km
  • Unpaved road 3.2km
  • 41.6 km

On the road

Starting point: Catholic Church
rue de l'Église, Bedford

Start

Café Rouge

Fuel up at this Bedford Café de village, which offers a menu that’s as appetizing as it is varied. Finish on a sweet note with pastries or cake, plus tea or coffee (the latter brewed from house-roasted beans).

KM 25

Domaine du Ridge

Sample award-winning wines at this Bedford vineyard: Bise d’Automne (a late harvest wine), Le Stanbridge (a vibrant white), Champs de Florence (a light and fruity rosé), and Fado (a port-style dessert wine), for starters. Note: Picnic tables are available.


KM 26

Vignoble de l’Ardennais

There are plenty of reasons to drop by this Stanbridge East vineyard: the setting, the hospitality, the wines… And while you’ll certainly want to sample the whites, reds and rosés, treat your palate to the flavoured mistelles, too.

KM 31

Missisquoi County Museum

This museum is comprised of three buildings: Walbridge Barn, Cornell Mill (built in 1830), and Hodge’s General Store, which served the community for 120 years.


KM 39

L’Oeuf

A restaurant, tearoom, chocolate factory and quaint inn all under the same roof. Bonus: This adorable property is located in the equally charming village of Mystic.

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