Built around 1765, the Moulin seigneurial de Pointe-du-Lac is one of the most beautiful jewels of Quebec’s rural architecture. Classified Heritage site, the Moulin is one of the few premises of its era to still have a functioning mechanisms.
Looking for an enchanting site for an event? The Moulin seigneurial de Pointe-du-Lac is perfect for a reception. Built around 1765, this beautiful jewel of Quebec’s rural architecture still has the same charm and welcoming atmosphere it has during the feudal period.
The Léo-Arbour hall
Located on the last floor of the flour mill, the Léo-Arbour hall offers a unique decor, thanks to its original wooden floor and stone and brick walls. This hall can accommodate up to 96 guests.
The Desjardins sawmill
Completely made of wood, the Desjardins sawmill welcomes you in a historical building, built in the 1940”s. The hall can accommodate up to 100 guests and gives access to the outdoor terrace.
2 other halls can be rented in the miller’s house. On-demand and only during the off-season: from the end of October, until mid-May.