Accommodation center in Sherbrooke

Estrie Lodge

3001, 12e Avenue Nord, door 36
Sherbrooke, Quebec  J1H 5N4

Right on the site of the CHUS – Fleurimont Hospital, our Sherbrooke accommodation centre offers you a pleasant and safe environment where you can concentrate on getting well.

Our personnel will welcome you warmly and do their best to respond to your needs and meet your expectations. 

Please note: our accommodation service is also offered to other clienteles than those affected by cancer.

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“The accommodation service at the Lodge is an essential service of proximity. It relieved me of a lot of stress. Benefiting from the services offered and meeting and sharing with other residents living in a similar situation was very positive. What a beneficial stay!”

For your comfort

Available activities

The Estrie Lodge offers you various activities to help you relax or spend time socializing with other residents. We propose, among others, our complementary therapies, all offered by professionals who adapt their practice to people with cancer. Furthermore, our dedicated volunteers organize weekly activities and outings to take your mind off things in good company.

Benefit from the following activities:

Nearby

Several stores are located near the Lodge, such as convenience stores, grocery stores, pharmacies and restaurants. In addition, you have easy access to several bus lines to facilitate your travel around the city.

Staying at the Estrie Lodge means also taking advantage of the city’s most beautiful features:

  • Hiking trails
  • Marché de la Gare
  • Lac des Nations
  • Sacred Heart of Beauvoir Sanctuary
  • Museums
  • Libraries
  • Cinemas
  • And even more!

Parking

The Estrie Lodge offers six parking spaces nearby, reserved for residents, at a modest price.

On arrival, and according to availability, you may use these once you have paid at accounting. If a parking place is available, the receptionist will give you a vignette to hang from your rear view mirror. No space can be reserved.

Rates

The Estrie Lodge allows you to stay near your place of treatment at a very affordable price. The rate for one night varies according to your status. 

Please note that we do not accept payments assumed by insurance companies, organizations or others. You must pay for your stay in person before your departure, either by credit card (Visa or MasterCard), by check or in cash.

Double occupancy

Resident

30$/
night

Double occupancy. For people being treated for cancer, whether it is in the period of investigation, treatment or during follow-up visits.

Including meal coupons for the CHUS – Fleurimont Hospital cafeteria

Carer

35$/
night

Double occupancy. For a person accompanying someone being treated for cancer.

Including meal coupons for the CHUS – Fleurimont Hospital cafeteria

Visitor

50$/
night

Double occupancy. For someone visiting a person hospitalized for a cancer or being treated for medical issues other than cancer. 

Rate also in effect for other clienteles than the one affected by cancer.

 

Visitor

75$/
night

People from the same family: spouse or parent-child of a person hospitalized for cancer or for medical reasons other than cancer.

The rate of $75 is valid for two people.

You can reserve your spot at the Sherbrooke Lodge as soon as you have the official date for your first treatment or your tests, along with the number of treatments. It is also recommended to do this as soon as possible to ensure a place with us.

To reserve, you need only to phone us at 819-822-2125 or toll-free at 1-800-363-0063. If possible, have in hand your hospital card, your health insurance card (RAMQ), a pencil and some paper. You can also fill out the information request form by clicking below. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Resident's Guide

Once you have made your decision, consult our Resident’s Guide for this information: 

  • What to bring on site
  • Meal schedule 
  • Reception schedule 
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