ABOUT BOHO DUNHAM
Located in the Eastern Townships, renowned for its vineyards, BOHO Dunham is the first boutique-hostel establishment in Quebec. By welcoming our guests in a pleasant bohemian atmosphere, we wish to be at the heart of your adventure. With quality shared or private rooms at an affordable price, let yourself go for a complete experience. Take advantage of the many local activities to discover the region or stimulate your taste buds with culinary or brewed experiences. Indeed, the BOHO Dunham is located on the floor of the building that houses La Brasserie Dunham, ranked among the 100 best microbreweries on the planet, and its Table Fermière is inspired by the concept "farm to table" to make you discover dishes created from local flavors.
KABIN is at the forefront of experiential hosting in Quebec. At the base of Mount Sutton, they created the province's first micro-cabins domain. They also developed La Route des Bières to showcase the diversity of regional brewing products. By opening the very first boutique-hostel in Quebec, KABIN is still demonstrating its ability to innovate. Always first of their class, their accommodations offer the meeting of design and people in a safe environment favorable to exchanges, and at an affordable price.
DISCOVER THE BOHO DUNHAM
Housed on the third floor of the internationally acclaimed Brasserie Dunham, BOHO Dunham offers a modern environment while honoring the heritage building it occupies. KABIN, at the forefront in the field of experiential hosting, is proud to invite you to the very first boutique-hostel in Quebec.
Inspired by the European concept of high-end hostels, which has become extremely popular in the United States, the BOHO Dunham boutique-hostels will appeal to all travelers, outdoor enthusiasts and those who enjoy a good beer. The historic building of the Relais de la Diligence is an ideal place to live a new and unparalleled hospitality experience.
LUXURIOUS HOSPITALITY AT A GOOD PRICE
Treat yourself to the luxury of first-class accommodations at an affordable price. The comfortable shared rooms are popular, with a single bed at 59$, and we have shared rooms for three or four people ideal for a group of friends. Our environment is safe and warm. For those who wish more privacy, it is also possible to book a private room. At BOHO Dunham, we offer the same amenities as the big hotels, at a competitive price. Stay in a room with private bathroom between 139$ and 149$.
The BOHO Dunham is accessible by car and a shuttle service between the terminus and Autoparc 74 in Bromont will allow you to reach us on Saturdays for people arriving at 13:30 and Sunday for a return at noon. You will thus be able to carpool or use LIMOCAR bus services.
A CULTURAL, ARTISTIC AND TASTE EXPERIENCE
Always exalted to encourage creativity and craftsmanship, the BOHO Dunham offers its walls to various exhibitions of artists carefully chosen by our curator Simon Bossé. With its lounge area, the BOHO Dunham offers a place to exchange and make unexpected encounters, whether you came alone, in duo or in groups. A multidisciplinary room, Espace BOHO, can be booked to accommodate a multitude of activities. Whatever your project is, be it for artistic purposes such as an exhibition launch, or for business purposes such as a corporate meeting, book our room on an hourly basis or by day thanks to the easy-to-use virtual calendar.
The Eastern Townships Route des Vins is better known as the Route des Vins Brome-Missisquoi since it was in this specific region that Christian Barthomeuf, who founded the first vineyard of the region, established himself in 1977. It was a learning experience at the time because farming was difficult on these rocky lands. More than 40 years later, 22 vineyards are now bottling in the region and have formed the Association des Vignerons du Québec to promote their products and also to promote their legalization in 1985 by the SAQ. Since then, the entire Quebec wine industry has exploded and is recognized outside our borders. It is this same Christian Barthomeuf who will later invent ice cider using frozen apples to produce the liquor that is now so popular.
The Route des Vins Brome-Missisquoi, located in the Eastern Townships, allows visitors to discover some of the oldest wineries in the province and discover the knowledge of our local producers by following circuits over more than 140 kilometers. This region is the main wine producing region of Quebec since more than 60% of the wine production comes from this place.
Here is a list of the 22 wineries participating in the Route des Vins: