By Tori Cryan and Maryclare MacIsaac
Need a place to sleep during the conference? On a tight budget? We've got you covered! Our Adopt a Duck Accommodations Program houses you with local Bishop’s students, faculty or community members. This program gives you the chance to save some money and is also a great way to meet new people, many of whom are involved in the QUEUC organizing committee. Your host will provide you with a roof and sleeping space (bed/futon or couch) for one or two nights, depending on your needs, from the evening of Friday, March 10th to the morning of Sunday, March 12th.
Spots are limited and are on a first come, first served basis, so make sure you sign up fast! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a spot or to ask any pressing questions about Adopt a Duck! Remember to: specify your name, institution, gender, and any special requirements or restrictions we should note in placing you (e.g. pet allergies, etc.).
If you are a member of the Lennoxville community and are able to take a Duck in for a night or two, please e-mail us!
If you don’t want to go the Adopt a Duck route there are many hotels and motels in Lennoxville and Sherbrooke you can stay at.
Motels and Hotels:
Motel Lennoxville, 94 Queen St.
Right around the corner from the school, about 5 minute walking distance.
Preferential rates for visiting QUEUC attendees.
2 double bed room $90 per night / 1 double bed room $70 per night
Motel la Paysanne, 42 Queen St.
Very convenient distance from the school, within walking distance. >10 minutes.
$75 dollars per night
Hotel la Marquise, 1700 rue wellington sud
5 minute drive from the school, ~30 minute walk.
~$80 per night
Hotel Wellington, 68 Wellington street s.
10 minute drive from school.
Prices start at ~$60 for one, ~$70 for two.
Grand Times Hotel, 1 Rue Belvedere s.
10 minute drive from school
Starting at ~$150 per night.
Note: Ask for the "Bishop's University Rate" when booking hotels. A discount may be available.
We can’t wait to see you!