Discover Manoir d’Youville

Nestled on Saint-Bernard Island in Châteauguay, between the Châteauguay River and Lake Saint-Louis, Manoir D'Youville is an exceptional resort center. Offering 114 hotel rooms and nine meeting rooms, it blends enchanting natural and cultural surroundings. Saint-Bernard Island, steeped in history, houses heritage treasures, including one of North America's oldest mills dating back to 1686. In addition to accommodation, Manoir D'Youville offers a variety of activities and services, including a bistro, massages, an orchard, and relaxation areas along Lake Saint-Louis. Guests also benefit from a 15% discount to access the Marguerite-D'Youville Wildlife Refuge. Activities such as nearby boating and access to the heated outdoor pool are complimentary. Just 20 minutes from Montreal, Manoir D'Youville provides a total immersion in nature and culture, with a myriad of on-site activities, including the Marguerite-D'Youville Wildlife Refuge!

Manoir d’Youville is bustling with projects and initiatives:

It accommodates a group of 10 individuals living with autism spectrum disorder and/or intellectual disabilities, integrating them into their preferred department.
It houses an Emploi Québec training hub aimed at equipping local community organizations and their managers.
It creates original public events.
It generates memorable experiences in a guardian angel style, especially for stakeholders.
It maintains a garden where vegetables from Marguerite d’Youville's time are grown, which she supplied to the hospital in Montreal.
And much more!
The goal is to reinvent hospitality by integrating the four fundamental pillars into each action: history, social impact, disconnection/relaxation, and nature.

Manoir d’Youville stands out for its tangible impact on the community, visitors, and society at large.

It engages in meaningful hospitality, a social hospitality. Its mission, inspired by the Grey Nuns who inhabited these lands, is to give back and assist those in need.

For Jean-Martin Côté, President of Fondation Compagnom, General Manager of the hotel, and former educator, it is crucial to reinvest profits to support organizations - which he did to the tune of $100,000 last year.

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