Delicious food, good people and a delight for apple lovers
Coronation Hall is a traditional West Quebec-style Cider mill that offers a wide variety of fresh apple-based products.
Be it ciders, apple juice, cookies, jams, ice cream and even homemade freezes, Bristol’s Graham Family has something delicious for you, fresh from “Grandma’s Kitchen.
Located at 206 Chemin River in Bristol, Quebec, about 40 minutes northwest of Aylmer, Coronation Hall was built in the early 1930s as the MacDougall Dance Hall, but was later renamed for the coronation of King George VI in 1937.
A long-time home for touring orchestras, dances, and parties, the hall was the vibrant centre of the village; however, changing patterns in tourism led to the decline of the railway villages, and the hall was closed and largely forgotten for 40 years before being purchased and saved in early 2003 by Third Line Orchards, established by Greg and Ronda Graham, with the help of their families at the McJanet Farm.
Since 2008, the Hall has been reopened and plays host to many a party and wedding from comers and goers from across the region.
Every single apple product sold at the mill comes from an enormous variety of apples (Northern Spy, Gala, Paula Red, Honey Crisp, Spartan, McIntosh, etc.) picked locally at the McJanet farm and pressed right on the spot.
For additional information about Coronation Hall Cider, their products and all of their services, you can consult their website at http://www.coronationhall.com or call 819 647 2547.