Opt for an authentic experience and personalized welcome MAPLEWOOD MANOR Combines comfort and refinement of a hotel & the intimate and cozy atmosphere of a guest house MAPLEWOOD MANOR Hospitality is at the heart of our philosophy MAPLEWOOD MANOR Enjoy the Maplewood Manor EXPERIENCE

For the 2020 summer season, the Maplewood Manor will only be available as a “Private Villa”

The opportunity to meet up with family or friends to live the Manoir Maplewood experience in a private villa formula.

For stays of 5 nights minimum.
From $ 1,500 per night.

You will therefore have access to the number of rooms you wish to use depending on the number of guests (maximum 16 people), the chef's kitchen, dining room, veranda and tasting area of the wine cellar, our many relaxation areas indoor and outdoor, Spa, sauna, heated pool, fire area, terrace, BBQ and bocce ball field
The perfect place for a stay in a unique and private place in one of the most beautiful regions of Quebec.
Contact us to check availability.

Hospitality is at the heart of our philosophy

Located in the heart of the Eastern Townships, Maplewood Manor offers an inspired and inspiring experience where your comfort and well being rule.

Surrounded by majestic trees and only minutes away from both the centre of the village and the magnificent lake Waterloo, the newly renovated Maplewood Manor will greet you in the most charming way, making time stand still if only for your stay.

Only 4 kilometres away from highway 10, the village of Waterloo is perfectly positioned between Bromont, Knowlton and Magog making it ideal for biking, skiing, hiking or a walk in nature and relaxation.

Crossing the threshold of Maplewood Manor is to witness an exceptional place with its own unique charm.



Cross the threshold of Maplewood Manor is to recognize an exceptional place



Built in French cities since the middle ages, manors are vast homesteads with single owners belonging to the bourgeoisie.

Families and nobles owning a manor would find all the services and comforts offered by hotels.

In 1864 the Senator A.B. Foster's family had this manor built and designed by the famous architect Sir John William Hopkins. All the specifics of a typical French manor can be found, front gate, library, chapel, a spacious living room, stables with a coach gate, large courtyard and a gazebo looking out on the property

A large residence capable of greeting the nobility from the past with all the comforts of a modern hotel.

Today it is for us to greet you as guests ...!

Valérie & Martin

Room 1 ( Les Demoiselles ) Superior Suite Senator Foster and his wife had 10 children, of which at least 7 were girls. This room is like a little girl's hideout, with a large golden bed and precious objects decorating the room. It is easy to imagine the life of a little princess from another time. See the rooms Room 2 ( Mme Élizabeth) Luxury superior suite Elizabeth Fish became Mrs. Foster in 1840. This room has a very feminine touch, with a corner living space as well as a free standing bath. It transports us to very gentle, soft surroundings. See the rooms Room 3 ( Junior ) Superior suite The youngest of the Senator's sons was born in 1850 and was named after his father: Asa Belknap Foster Jr. This is a traveller's room where the nautical world is featured. See the rooms Room 4 ( Sénateur Foster ) Luxury superior suite The largest of the house this magnificent room with its impressive fireplace and the huge bay window where the cabinet secretary throne, does not lack prestige. See the rooms

Manoir Maplewood

26 Clark
Waterloo (Quebec)
J0E 2N0

450 920-1500
514 773-2703