Here are nine Quebec Airbnbs where guests can actually get out of the house and explore while practicing social distancing.\nAt these cottages and chalets, you can have some fun and minimize coronavirus exposure risk.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nStaying home and watching Netflix could actually save lives, according to public health experts. Governments and celebrities are promoting social distancing — "minimizing close contact with others during the peak of an outbreak" — as a way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to vulnerable populations, like the elderly and people with compromised immune systems. Luckily, there are plenty of Quebec Airbnbs where residents can do just that.\nNarcity may receive a portion of sales if you purchase something from this article, which was created independently by Narcity's editorial team just for you.\nBelow are nine secluded cottages and chalets for rent where guests can get out and enjoy nature without risking exposure to coronavirus.\nPlus, far from the eerily empty streets of Montreal, each of these rentals is a good place to turn off those pesky news notifications, which, though important, can certainly take a toll on one's mental health.\nYou can catch up on all the news and the latest recommended precautions at the end of your stay.\nStock up on food and drinks, sit by the fire, and just unplug.\nChic Bright Chalet With Valley Views\nAirbnb\nPrice: $109 per night before fees\nThis house, an hour from Montreal and, according to the Airbnb listing, five minutes from the village of Val-David is "perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, artists or simply for those who want a romantic getaway in the Laurentians."\nBook your stay.\nCozy Cabin Near The River\nAirbnb\nPrice: $110 per night before fees\nGuests at this cabin enjoy private access to the Rouge River and proximity to Mont Tremblant. It's the ideal place to just turn off your phone.\nBook your stay.\nLittle Red Chalet Near Hiking Trails\nAirbnb\nPrice: $95 per night before fees\n"This riverside cottage located at the entrance of the Ouareau Forest Regional Park" and with nearby hiking trails "will charm you from the moment you arrive."\nBook your stay.\nLakeside Retreat\nAirbnb\nPrice: $68 per night before fees\nSteps away from the water and with a large front deck to take in the views, this cabin includes two kayaks, fishing poles, and an outdoor BBQ.\nLittle Glam Campsite\nAirbnb\nPrice: $100 per night before fees\nIn this teeny tiny chalet, you can curl up with a glass of wine or cup of coffee in front of a little stove and just enjoy views of the trees outside while bingeing some Netflix.\nBook your stay.\nRenovated Cabin With Private Trails\nAirbnb\nPrice: $95 per night before fees\nAll you need for a staycation is right here in this charming little space. Grab some good books and sit by the stove on the porch with some hummus.\nBook your stay.\nPine Forest Dwelling\nAirbnb\nPrice: $95 per night before fees\nThere's no wifi here, so you can enjoy the sounds of creaking trees from the porch of this secluded cabin without the interruption of news alerts.\nBook your stay.\nHappy Home On A River\nAirbnb\nPrice: $115 per night before fees\nThis house has a little patio on the river with a pair of Adirondack chairs and a little sunroom for nature-watching.\nBook your stay.\nLog Cabin With A Back Porch\nAirbnb\nPrice: Price:$93 per night before fees\nThe raised porch in the back commands views of a small valley and creek below. If you really want to feel removed from society, this log cabin experience might be for you.\nBook your stay.\nMore information on social distancing is available on the government of Canada's website here.\nThese prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.