THE “BED & BEER”
DESTINATION IN
TÉMISCAMING

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We have the largest beer selection in the region!

As microbrewers are increasing in number, both in Ontario and Quebec, we decided to promote their products that are well worth trying out, but that are still too little known.

The trend is increasingly toward IPA (India Pale Ale), a delicious beer characterized by its bitter taste, but there are also richer and more opaque beers like stouts and porters. However, even though you do not enjoy beers that are too bitter, you will still find something to delight yourself with thanks to our selection of pale ales and pilsners brewed here in Quebec!

De plus en plus, la tendance est aux IPA (India Pale Ale) cette bière savoureuse qui se distingue par son amertume, mais il y a aussi les bières plus opaques et riches comme les Stouts et les Porter. Par contre, vous trouverez quand même votre compte si vous n'aimez pas les bières avec trop d'amertume avec notre sélection de Pale Ale et de Pilsner faite ici au Québec!

Come and rest in one of our cozy rooms.

Planning an excursion in the Témiscaming forest? Even though you intend on camping, our comfortable rooms with clean, snug beds are available for you to rest after long days spent walking or rafting, and are located in the town centre near all the outdoor activities you may be considering!
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Need to grab a bite
during your stay?

Amélie joined our team in 2013. Her vision of ready-to-eat food differed greatly from Vincent’s initial ideas, but little by little, customers let themselves be tempted by the fresh, and most of all healthy lunches! It is with enthusiasm and creativity that Amélie puts together her menus to match the seasons. She discovered herself a passion for cooking and helps her customers discover new flavours.

Get some fresh air out in the pure
and simple nature of Témiscaming

It is difficult to remain unmoved before such an awe-inspiring territory. Bordered by Lake Timiskaming on one side and by Lake Kipawa on the other, the Parc national d’Opémican aims to protect part of the Southern Laurentians natural region. Covering an area of 252.5 km2, the park will be divided into four distinct sectors: the Kipawa River and the cliffs of Lake Timiskaming sector, the Pointe Opémican sector, the White Lake sector and the Île aux Fraises sector.
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CONTACT US

557 chemin Kipawa J0Z 3R0 Temiscaming Canada

819.627.3085

stationcentreville@gmail.com