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The editors of Fedor's Travel, one of North America's leading travel writing powerhouses, choose an exclusive list of hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions that they recommend visiting in various regions for pople who wish to holiday and travel in regions such as the Estern Townships. Knowlton is proud to be once again recognized as a worthwhile attraction according to such discerning and critical tastes!!
The Fedors guide are popular around North America as comprehensive guide books for travellers as they hire local writers in hundreds of worldwide destinations to comment and critique local places to stay, sleep, shop and eat.
To garner recommendations from Fedor's guide is an honour for Knowlton, Quebec!
Originally named Blinn's Inn the structure was originally built in 1849 by Edward Blinn created Knowlton's first public establishment offering accommodation, food and beverage. Located in the heart of Knowlton, Blinn’s Inn was succesfull because the old-time stagecoach route from the Bolton Pass to Gilman’s Corner passed before the hotel doors. Around 1851, Mr. Blinn sold the Inn to Albert Kimball, who changed the name to Kimball’s Hotel and the Knowlton Stage House. For many years after that , two generations of Kimballs dispensed hospitality on this ever-popular corner.
The Inn has surely been witness to a range of characters over the years! Destination Knowlton extends congratulations to Auberge Knowlton hoping that such prominent exposure will enable the establishment to complete the minor renovations that have been "in progress" for many months!
The Auberge Knowlton is featured in one of Destination Knowlton best places to stay accomodation listing