Just outside of Montreal is the small city in southwest Quebec, Bromont. It is known for its slopes, Ski Bromont, but that’s not the only thing to do here. Bromont is packed with natural beauty as well as tourist-friendly attractions. The city’s roots are actually tied to tourism, as it was established in 1964 as just that, a tourist resort community. From the rolling green golf courses to art galleries and local shops, this city offers almost everything you can imagine. You’ll find family friendly activities and romantic restaurants, outdoor adventures and pubs where you can enjoy a drinks with friends.
The biggest attraction in Bromont is Ski Bromont, its 141-trail ski resort located within the city limits. The resort offers 5 different parks for snow bunnies of all levels. For beginners, try Experience Zone where you can get comfortable learning freestyle skiing and snowboarding tricks. Like night skiing? You’re in luck. Ski Bromont boasts 98 different lit runs on 7 different slope sides. The mountain isn’t just for winter sports, it can be enjoyed at any time of the year. In the summer, head to the mountainside waterslides. You’ll find 13 different slides and 4 heated pools. On top of that, the mountain also features 2 bobsled-style downhill runs and offers a free introductory mountain biking lesson on one of the trails. There really is something for everyone at the mountain, no matter what the temperature.
Bromont is home to many beautiful golf courses. Le Royal Bromont lies in the heart of the city with a beautiful view of the mountains on nearly every one of its 18 holes. Domaine Chateau-Bromont provides visitors a retreat in addition to some incredible golfing. Vacationers can be treated to a day at the thermal baths or a romantic meal at the resort’s restaurants. Golf Duvieux Village is another beautiful course, especially in the fall when the foliage can be seen from the outdoor terrace of the course’s clubhouse that overlooks the 9th and 18th holes.
Play tourist and enjoy some shopping and fine dining while in Bromont. Head to Antiques La Blanche Hermine and peruse their selection of antiques. Find a new outfit at Rouge Prune Boutique or check out Vintage et Sucre a la Crème where their homemade ice cream isn’t the only thing that will win you over; they also double as a vintage consignment shop! You’ll find everything under the sun here while you have a tasty treat.
Drive an hour northwest of the city and you’ll be in Montreal, the largest city in the Quebec province. Mount Royal Park, one of Montreal’s biggest green spaces in the heart of the city, gives visitors was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the co-designer of Central Park in New York. Visitors to the park are given many options with how to spend their time there. An artificial lake, sculpture garden, and cross-country skiing trails are among the park’s offerings. Most notably, though, Mount Royal Park features a hilltop view of Park Avenue and the entire Montreal skyline. Come at night when the buildings light up the sky. Just outside the park are other attractions like St. Joseph’s Oratory, the largest church in Canada, and L’ilot-Trafalgar-Gleneagles, a historic block in the city. If you want more than just a block of historic Montreal, check out Old Montreal, the oldest neighborhood within the city. The gorgeous homes and buildings date back to the mid-1500s and provide a great area to do some walking. Montreal has much more, including world-class restaurants, entertainment and shopping. You’ll have to make the day trip to explore it all!
Take your family on a winter adventure and stay in one of Tripping.com’s vacation rental options. Choose a cozy, Swiss-style chalet where you can start skiing right from your doorstep. The hot tub here will come in handy after a long day out in the cold. Bringing more than just the family? Try staying at a mansion set on 4-acres and with a 17-acre wooded forest surrounding it. The heated pool and outdoor fireplace will provide enough space for everyone to enjoy a little warmth, and the mountain view from the house is breathtaking.
Getting into Bromont is best done by flying into Montreal - Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport and renting a car to drive to Bromont. Taxis and shuttle buses are also an option, but they can be costly unless splitting the cost with multiple people. While in the city, a rental car will be useful since public transportation is not a highlight of the town.
Looking for a vacation rental in Bromont? Tripping.com has 52 vacation rental homes available in Bromont. You'll find 0 studios, 30 1-bedroom, 7 2-bedroom and 15 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $42 a night. For extra convenience, many of these vacation homes can be booked directly online.
The average price of a nightly rental in Bromont is $144 while the average price of a weekly rental is $581. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Bromont home is $1317.
Wondering if you can bring your dog or cat along with you? There are 5 pet-friendly vacation rentals available in Bromont. In addition to accommodating pets, Bromont rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 50 rentals have Internet and WiFi, 45 have TV and/or cable and 34 have a pool or hot tub.Search properties from 6 vacation rental sites in Bromont where the top providers in that area are Booking.com, HomeAway, and Expedia. There are 18 Booking.com rentals, 13 HomeAway short term rentals and 12 Expedia vacation rentals.