Valois’ was established in 1934 and has been a community icon in the town of Mattawa and a true “Northern Tradition” ever since. Join the many vacationers who make Valois their regular meal stop on their way through Ontario’s North. Rest here on the shores of the magnificent Ottawa River in one of our 42 rooms and two seasonal cottages. We are open year round and the staff and management of Valois’ look forward to greeting you.
Sink into a comfy bed while enjoying the free cable TV and Wi-Fi internet. Each room is equipped with a telephone, full bathroom, air conditioning and individually controlled electric heat. Not to mention some of the best scenery in Mattawa. Valois will soon become your home away from home. Or review our room rates. Check-In is at 2 pm, Check-Out at 11 am.
You can always enjoy a wonderful meal at Valois without straining your travel budget. If it’s just you or the entire family, there is room for all your hungry bellies. We specialize in mouth-watering “Home-Style” cooking. Whether you are looking for a scrumptious breakfast, lunch or dinner, Valois’ is sure to please everyone. Exquisite views of the Ottawa river and Laurentian Mountains will add the right ambiance you are looking for. And we are fully licensed under the L.L.B.O.
We are open to serve you every day from 7 am to 9 pm. Click Here to explore our menu.
Plenty to do!
When you want to enjoy the outdoors on the water, a boat launch and docks are available at no charge for our motel guests. There is fantastic fishing and outstanding scenery on the Ottawa River. The groomed OFSC snowmobile “A”-trails are located right across the street. You can also bring your ATV’s and enjoy a big meal after playing for the day on our incredible trail system! The VMUTS (Voyageur Multi Use Trail System) is also accessible right from our property. Mattawa is the outdoor adventurer’s dream. Please feel free to browse our site to see what Valois has available to you.
Take a look at Mattawa’s adventurous side.
By the way, it’s pronounced “Val-Wawz” just in case you were wondering. The name comes from Arthur Valois who established our tradition back in 1934. You can read more on our history here.