Discover the charm of this loft both rustic and modern, nestled in a heritage building of Montérégie. Relax in front of the fireplace or enjoy a coffee on the balcony overlooking a beautiful wooded area.
“I have stayed at many Air Bnb's and this place was my favourite! The set up and decor was amazing and Audrey was super accommodating and helpful. I will stay here again in a heart beat! I recommend every couple visiting Montreal stay here. Quiet, super clean and modern. I also want to mention the shower because to me, a great shower experience in the morning truly sets the tone for the remainder of the day. The shower they installed creates the ultimate experience. Thank you Audrey for building this little piece of heaven for us traveller's rolling through the area. What a masterpiece!”
ENGLISH FOLLOW (APRIL/MAY AVAILABLE FOR LONG TERM STAY FOR LOCALS AND COVID RESPONDERS ONLY) Petit chalet rustique dans un endroit tranquille des Laurentides avec accès au superbe lac Sarrazin. Rustic small cottage in a quiet area of the Laurentians with access to the wonderfull Sarrazin Lake.
“The chalet is really nice. Clean, well equipped (kettle, cooking, toaster, bathtub) but also with linen (towels, handkerchiefs) Arrival is very simple with the key box. Very positive experience in a wooden chalet and its fireplace.”
Renovated studio, fully equipped in the heart of the new downtown of Quebec (trendy neighborhood of Nouvo St-Roch). Many restaurants and shops nearby. Close to main bus and train station. Unlimited internet and cable television. Elevator and secured door. Located on the 4th and last floor. The studio is at the heart of Québec City's main attractions, such as Old Quebec, Champlain and the Old Port, all within walking distance.
“Very cute studio. The location was amazing. The studio was small but more than enough space for us. Yannick was very friendly and had a binder with lots of recommendations for places to eat around the apartment. We didn’t bother trying to street park as it was snowing the night we stayed but the parking garage was right across the street”