Rent accommodation and lodging in Mansonville with Owner Direct Vacation Rentals. Potton, part of the Memphrémagog County in the Eastern Townships region of Québec is located 125 kilometres southeast of Montreal bordering on North Troy, Vermont.
Mansonville, the main village in Potton, has experienced growth and prosperity because of its proximity to the ski resort and golf course at Owl's Head making this area an ideal vacation rental accommodation for your family or romantic couple’s getaway. Owl's Head has been long known for its amazing views, exceptional grooming, excellent snow sports school programs, and overall family feel. Located in a quaint section of the Eastern Townships, the chalet rental and vacation rental home owners have been hosting skiers for more than 45 years.
Bordered by Lake Memphrémagog, it is well situated among the Potton Township and offers many tourist attractions including the covered bridge, the circular barn, the Missisquoi River, the historic buildings, the hiking, snowshoeing and cross country skiing trails, the Ukrainian church, the Russian Orthodox monastery, and exceptional scenic routes.
Mansonville, like many Eastern Townships communities, has long had a mixture of French and English-speaking residents, as demonstrated by the presence of Roman Catholic, United and Anglican churches a few yards apart. Mansonville was also the home of Russian Orthodox prelate Metropolitan Vitaly Ustinov for some five decades until his death in 2006. Be sure to visit this charming Russian Orthodox Church monastery with its onion-bulb roof like those at the Kremlin and note its cemetery with Cyrillic inscriptions on the headstones.
Potton Township distinguishes itself both by its cultural and religious diversity – over 20 nationalities have contributed to its population, a fact celebrated every summer since 1992 with the Multicultural Festival , starting on the second Saturday in August and nearby vacation rental accommodations.
The Arts Tour and Circuit also offers tourists an opportunity to visit local artists' workshops and not far away, is the Province Hill covered bridge, built in the town style in 1896. All this and more is available at the doorstep of your condo rental or ski chalet rental accommodation.
Head off for adventure and discover the region’s irresistible charm by taking the Townships Trail. This marked tourist route offers you the opportunity to relive two centuries of history and learn about the region as you travel through 31 municipalities, from Ulverton to Bromont, covering a distance of 415 kilometres. This is a unique way to experience history through villages, churches, museums, interpretation centres and vacation rentals such as ski chalet rentals.
As you explore the many treasures found in the Eastern Townships, take time to stop and appreciate the country setting and the many services offered. To get the most out of your trip, stay in one of the many warm and friendly lodging establishmentsincluding condo rentals and chalet rentals.