Take your pick: adrenaline packed or slow and contemplative?
The loving restoration of La Ruée vers Gould is a tribute to the Scots’ determination to establish this village in 1835. At the beginning of the century, Lingwick Township was home to some 800 people, both Scots and Quebecers. La Ruée vers Gould offers traditional Scottish and Quebec cuisine with original and tasty dishes served in a nostalgic and warm decor of the first general store. You will also find home-made products, local crafts, the beautiful flea market and some antiques. At the back of the store, the former shed, transformed into a beautiful Victorian-inspired room and upstairs a large multi-functional room serves various work groups, serving meals or celebrating weddings.