Posts Posts by: "Lynda Graham"

I love autumn in Sutton. There is loads to see and do and the autumn colours are just breathtaking! But to help you pick and choose here is a list of my personal Sutton autumn highlights: Hike on the Sutton massif. There are over 250km of trails and circuits of all types of difficulty and…(Read More)


Not everyone is a down hill skier but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying the fresh air and snow by enjoying winter hiking around Sutton. There are all sorts of possibilities for snowshoeing and winter hiking regardless of the conditions. If the snow is good then head to Plein Air Sutton (previously Sutton En…(Read More)

I was thrilled to make my own apple jelly from the Dolgo crab apple tree that was planted in the permaculture garden behind the B&B just last year. Great on toast at breakfast. Ingredients 6 lb (2.7 kg) crab apples 4-1/2 cups (1.125 L) granulated sugar Preparation Remove both…(Read More)

  Here in Sutton we are almost spoiled for choice when it comes to mountain trails but I find that walking the backroads is the best way to discover the true beauty of the Townships. Old barns, babbling brooks, towering trees, wild flowers, vistas and views are all waiting to be discovered. Roads are wide…(Read More)

Here at Vert Le Mont B&B I do my best to make as much of the things that we serve for breakfast myself  using, whenever possible, local ingredients. One of the things I make that people seem to love is a fruit compote and the good news is that it is really easy…(Read More)

I don’t know if nice people choose to stay in B&Bs or if there are just more nice people in the world than we realize. Regardless, we have lots of really nice people who come to stay here at Vert Le Mont . A case in point are Edward and Agata who regularly…(Read More)