LODGING, MAPS & DIRECTIONS

Lodging

For your convenience, the table below lists a few motels in Lennoxville, and two main hotels in Sherbrooke, but there are numerous others in the region.  We do not have any special rates for any of these accommodations.

Book early – many of the local motels have very few available rooms.

Name & Address Distance to Bishop’s (kms)  Star rating Rate

(approx)

Website
Motel Le Refuge

43, rue Queen, Sherbrooke (Lennoxville)

2.3 3 $75 and + www.motellerefuge.com
Motel La Paysanne

42, rue Queen, Sherbrooke (Lennoxville)

2.3 3 $90 and + www.paysanne.com
Les Matins d’Antoine (Bed and Breakfast)

39, rue Queen, Sherbrooke (Lennoxville)

2.4 3 $87 and + www.lesmatinsdantoine.ca
Motel La Marquise

1700, rue Wellington Sud, Sherbrooke (Lennoxville)

3.8 3 $85 and + www.lamarquise.ca
Grand Times Hotel

1 Rue Belvédère S, Sherbrooke

6.9 4 $143 and + http://www.grandtimeshotel.com/grand-times-sherbrooke/
Delta Hotel

2685 Rue King O, Sherbrooke

10.7 4 $99 and + https://www.deltahotels.com/Hotels/Delta-Sherbrooke-Hotel-Conference-Centre

All rates in Canadian Dollars, taxes excluded.

Directions to Bishop’s University

Bishop’s University
2600 College St.
Sherbrooke, QC, Canada
J1M 1Z7

Warning: You may also use Google Map, but please be advised that the directions this tool provides may be different from what is provided below.
From Vermont or points south

  • Take Interstate 91 North to the Canadian border
  • Cross the border at the Stanstead Border crossing
  • Once in Canada, stay on the 55 for 1 km, take the first exit onto Highway 143
  • Take route 143 (for 45 minutes) takes you straight into Lennoxville
  • Turn right a main intersection on College street.
  • Bishop’s University is after the bridge, so take the first entrance immediately (20 feet) after the bridge and park in any parking lot on campus – parking is free on Friday evening and weekends. Be careful, you cannot enter from the second road onto campus, it is EXIT ONLY. If you miss the first entrance, take the third (Sport Complex entrance). There will be signs and students volunteers to assist you if you get lost.

From Maine and points east

  • Take route 27 from Farmington, ME
  • Cross the border at the Coburn-Gore Border Crossing
  • Once in Canada, stay on the route 212 until you reach Cookshire
  • Take route 108 until you reach Lennoxville
  • Take the first entrance onto campus (Sports Complex entrance). Please note the second road is EXIT ONLY and the third road is not accessible for drivers coming from the East.

From Montreal or points west

  • Take the Champlain Bridge from Montreal to Autoroute 10.
  • Take exit 140 for Sherbrooke (Autoroute 410).
  • Travel South to the end of Autoroute 410.
  • Follow the roundabout towards route 108 East – route 143 North (Sherbrooke).
  • Continue on route 108 East until you reach Rue College. Turn right on College.
  • Bishop’s University is after the bridge, so take the first entrance immediately (20 feet) after the bridge and park in any parking lot on campus – parking is free on Friday evening and weekends. Be careful, you cannot enter from the second road onto campus, it is EXIT ONLY. If you miss the first entrance, take the third (Sport Complex entrance). There will be signs and students volunteers to assist you if you get lost.

 

Campus map

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Exploring the city

 The City of Sherbrooke with a population of 154,700 boasts rich and diverse urban activities and a charming natural setting created by its lakes, rivers and valleys. It is this rare blending of two worlds that, year after year, attracts people from all over. Sherbrooke is filled with cultural and heritage treasures ready to be discovered. Sherbrooke’s varied landscape, from rolling hills to small valleys, is fascinating and greatly accentuates the beauty of the city. This close proximity to nature not only offers access to many sports and outdoor activities, but also lets you discover, with the help of various nature interpretation establishments, the rich fauna and flora that characterize the region.

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For more information visit the following websites: