Auberge La Glacière, an icon in the region
Icon in the region
Passageway on Route 131, Auberge la Glacière has 28 rooms to accommodate you and its restaurant La Marmite Gourmande. With a large dining room, you will discover a table where fresh food reigns. Owners Lionel Moultoux and Gaétane Pelletier will be very happy to welcome you during your stay.
A bit of history
It was in 1928 that Mr. Emilien Forest built his inn, which he named “Auberge La Glacière”. At that time, people used ice to preserve food, so the inn’s first mission was to sell ice to the parish of Saint-Zénon, hence the name of the inn.
At the same time, fishermen were starting to tease the different species of fish in the area, so they too were in great need of ice to preserve their catch.
From this heritage, this place is still remembered as a paradise for fishing.
The exceptional situation we’re currently experiencing have leaded us to adopt exceptional measures for ensuring the safety of customers and employees. We would like to say thank you for your support. Thank you to you, loyal customers.
Restaurant take-out orders are available. However, the dining room is temporarily closed until the situation is restored. You can always book rooms at Auberge La Glacière. We apply appropriate sanitary measures to ensure your safety.
Note that we currently prefer debit and credit card payments for security reasons.