Sample a myriad of local flavours prepared specially for you.
Between Sherbrooke and Lac-Mégantic is the Township of Lingwick, created in 1855, which includes the hamlets of Gould and Sainte-Marguerite. The Ruée vers Gould, a small inn in Gould, immerses visitors in an ambiance reminiscent of the Scottish passion of the pioneers of this village, also referred to as the Highlands of Québec. Once guests cross the threshold of this former general store, built around 1850, the place’s charm and its menu, featuring typical Scottish flavours, lead them on a journey through time. The nearby heritage-rich buildings are an added feature: Chalmers United Church, the old Town Hall, three ancestral cemeteries, and the McVetty-McKerry covered bridge. This covered bridge, the second-longest in Québec and the most beautiful in the Eastern Townships, has a unique area near the Saumon River (also known as the Salmon River).