Your home away from home!
Le Chateau du Vignoble, ideally located in the charming waterfront district of Lachine. Minutes away from Downtown Montreal and the city's Airport. We offer a range of Studio, One & Two bedrooms. This waterfront location is a favourite with the pharmaceutical & aviation industry and offers warm and private ambiances suitable for both singles and families.
Unlike ordinary hotels rooms, our practical living quarters have an inviting, home-like feel, and a lot more space to relax and unwind, making it perfect for extended stay business travelers, relocating employees, temporary housing, long-term leases, corporate housing and others seeking a specious and cost-saving alternative to hotels. Twice the living space at half the cost of conventional hotel rooms. Units with 1610 square foot of living space and 16 foot ceiling will marvel you and your family. That's one of the reasons that Le Chateau du Vignoble and its sister buildings are so popular with our corporate clients.
History of Le Chateau du Vignoble Le Chateau du Vignoble welcomes guests and offers gracious accommodations all year round. This historical building originated in 1878 as the Dawes Brewery and was gently restored in 1992. the building has interesting windows, ornate woodwork and original stone walls in various units.
History of Le Manoir des Berges Le Manoir des Berges was known as L'Auberge de la Marina and has a long history. this building was part of the complex of buildings of the Dawes Breweries.
In earlier days, this building which is situated a little more west of le Chateau du Vignoble, was used to house the employees who were working at the Dawes Brewery. This building also served as cellars and warehousing for the barrels.
As you can imagine, Mr. Dawes liked to be surrounded by his employees. Mr Dawes himself lived in the magnificent home on the waterfront of Lake St-Louis, which was once known as "El Paso". The home was later purchased by the City of Lachine and transformed into a cultural center. Mr. Dawes and his employees used to travel from one building to another using underground tunnels between the buildings and all connecting to the Canoe Club facing Le Chateau du Vignoble; these tunnels have since been blocked.