Make yourself at home on the road:

Located off Exit 66 on Highway 417, the Hotel is a central hub for connections within the Montreal, Highway 401, Ottawa triangle. It allows for easy access to anywhere in Eastern Ontario and is an optimal solution for work-related extended stays.

The vibe

Witness traditional charm and forward thinking vision.

Let the region of Casselman and its surroundings warmly welcome you like only small towns can. Familiar main streets are all easily accessed in the towns of Casselman, St-Isidore, St-Albert, Crysler, Limoges and Embrun. Picturesque fields tie all towns together, showcasing the region’s agricultural and breeding heritage, but also its receptiveness to green technologies of the 21st century.

A rendezvous with the great outdoors

Discover the 4-season pleasures the Larose Forest has to offer.

In 1928, to combat the natural phenomenon of soil erosion, agronomist Ferdinand Larose took on the task of planting conifers on abandoned land. Today, the Larose Forest boasts more than 18 million trees on a surface of 11,000 hectares. It’s a natural haven for recreational cyclists, skiers, hikers and vehicles alike.


What to eat?

You’ll find a la carte dining, local breweries, town restaurants and fast food options for when time isn’t quite on your side. The absolute must: The St-Albert Cheese Co-operative which offers a plethora of poutines topped with their very best, very squeaky curds and a boutique showcasing many of the region’s local products.

Here’s a list of the restaurants located in the village of Casselman:
Brian’s Bar and Grill, 1844 Bistro Pub & Eatery, Milano Pizza, Café Sucré, Casselman Restaurant, Eric’s Pizza, Poutine Center, Asian Bistro, A&W, Quesada Burritos & Tacos, Subway, Traiteur la Bonne Bouffe, Tim Hortons, St-Hubert Express, Harvey's, McDonald’s, Burger King, Pizza Hut Express, Bogota Café, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Starbucks, Metro grocery store (warm and cold food offerings).

What to do?

In addition to the Larose Forest, you won't want to miss the unique Popsilos circuit which has visitors discover giant urban art murals on farm silos and the numerous fruit and veggie stands along the route. And for the family? Visit Calypso, the largest theme water park in Canada.

Here’s a list of activities to do located in the village of Casselman:
Casselview Golf Club, Drouin Farm, Popsilos circuit, Casselman Historical Museum, Domaine Cléroux.

Microtel Casselman
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