Cabins for grown-ups

Outside: woods as far as the eye can see, direct contact with the joys of the outdoors and — because why not? — a lake all to yourself. Inside: the warmth of wood and all the privacy of a place where you are the hero. Staying at a cottage means feeling independent, being immersed in an exceptional environment and enjoying great comfort. Did you know that Authentic Quebec is to cottage living what the Sahara is to desert lovers? You’re quite simply at the right place!

Tempting cottages

La Sainte Paix and Natur’Eau cottages and Chalets des Pins: three destinations in a class of their own that offer a deeply peaceful break, with wood and the woods as a theme.

How can anyone resist being captivated by La Sainte Paix’s log cottages? The Saint-Maurice cottage, located on the banks of the river of the same name, is impressive with its four storeys, woodsy ambience, and high-end furnishings. It can accommodate up to twenty people and is only steps away from La Mauricie National Park of Canada. For a solo adventure or a romantic couple’s getaway, the Saint-Flavien is the best option.

In the foothills of the Lanaudière region, Chalet Natur’Eau combines the outdoors, comfortable lodgings and the ultimate in relaxation. Known for its Nordic spa, Spa Natur’Eau, Chalet Natur’Eau also rents out two spacious wooden cottages. Fully equipped, they serve as perfect base camps. There are also packages that combine lodging and access to the baths.

A haven of peace tucked away under centuries-old pine trees in the heart of the Laurentian forest: this dream is a reality at Chalets des Pins. Three hundred arpents of woods and gardens form the backdrop of this estate containing six charming cottages, some with fireplaces and whirlpool baths. In the good weather, you’ll love boating on Lac des Pins and taking advantage of the sandy private beach.

Chalet la sainte paix ete   chalet Natureau   chalets des pins
Chalets La Sainte Paix                  Natur’Eau                                   Chalets des Pins

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