You can dine inside amid old stone walls or outside on the patios at the foot of a tiny, peaceful waterfall at this restaurant, which was converted from an early-18th-century stone mill. Scrumptious snacks, such as quiche and salads, are available on the terrace, and evening dishes include regional salmon and sweetbreads. You can stay overnight at one of the Moulin de St-Laurent's chalets—nine available in summer; six in winter—on the edge of the St. Lawrence. Lodging
packages, which include some meals, are also available.