When cold and wet weather finally makes its way to us, the best thing to do is grab some warm clothes, arm yourself with enough hot chocolate for an army, and bunker down under a heavy blanket. But if you really want to up the coziness ante, then taking a road trip to a remote Airbnb chalet near Montreal will help keep winter at bay. 

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With that in mind, we took a look at some of the best Airbnb chalets that aren't a long drive from Montreal. These are the perfect end of the week escapes that range from isolated, fire-warmed cabins to luxurious five-bedroom homes.

It doesn't matter if you're interested in a weekend having fun skiing with 12 of your closest friends or want something more rustic for a two-person romantic getaway, these places are sure to suit everyone's needs.

The best part is, a lot of them have outdoor spas to soak in or indoor fireplaces to cozy up in front of. Either way, you're staying warm and relaxed for your entire stay. The only problem is, you may never want to leave. 

Keep scrolling to take a look at 19 of the best Airbnb chalets to escape to during the cold winter months. 

Sainte-Adèle: Spacious and Contemporary 

Cost: $120

This gorgeous chalet is only a 10-minute drive from Mont Avila and Mont Saint Sauveur. Even if you're not a skier, the panoramic views are enough to make you feel like you spent a day on the hill. There are five bedrooms in this cabin, so bring your friends. 

Ready to get cozy?

Val-David: Cozy Rustic Cottage

Cost: $106

Spend your weekend hidden away in this three-bedroom rustic cottage that's only 30 minutes from Mont Tremblant. You can warm up on those cold winter nights after a day of skiing in front of the fireplace.

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Saint-Donat-De-Montcalm: Beautiful And Cozy Log Home

Cost: $191

Cozy up in this three-bedroom authentic Scandinavian log cabin. It's located right next to a lake, so get ready for quiet snow-filled walks during the day.


Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré: Le Rustique

Cost: $231

Grab five of your closest friends and take them to this gorgeous mountain log cabin in the Laurentians. There is an outdoor jacuzzi surrounded by nothing but the forest, how cool?

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Saint-Côme: The Place To Relax

Cost: $390

A bit more expensive than most on this list, but this beautiful cottage on the edge of Lake Bourgeois sleeps up to 12 people, meaning you can split the price! You don't even have to leave the warmth of this rental for views of Mont Val Saint-Come ski slopes.

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Lac-Des-Plages: Charming Log Cabin In The Countryside


Cost: $85

All you need to enjoy this rustic cabin located on a quiet lake is a book and some good food. There is an indoor and outdoor fireplace, which allows for the ultimate coziness factor. If you love the outdoors, you're even supplied with snowshoes.

Snowshoeing? Yes please!

Gracefield: Private & Modern 4 Seasons Cottage


Cost: $54

You can't do much better for the price than this ultra-modern cabin. And, it's just a two-minute walk to a lake. There's even a good chance you'll sight some deer on the way!

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Mont-Tremblant: The Cozy Bear's Den And Spa

Cost: $177

This may just be the quintessential cozy cabin in the woods. You won't even want to leave the premises - even though Tremblant is only a five-minute drive away. There is also a six-seat private hot tub open year-round.

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Labelle: Off The Grid Log Cabin In 100 Acres

Cost: $120

Sometimes you need to get away from it all, and this is the place to do so. This hand-hewn log cabin with no electricity isn't for everyone; you need to make fires for warmth and for the wood-fired sauna. But with no one around for miles, access to streams, waterfalls and beaver dams, it's totally worth it. 

More details here!

Wakefield: Cozy Cabin

Cost: $225

This is where you go to recharge. The glass walls on three sides of this cabin give you the perfect (and private) winter wonderland views. The eco-friendly cabin is in the idyllic village of Wakefield where you can find almost any activity to suit your needs. 

Book it here!

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Bolton-Ouest: Glen Mountainview Guesthouse

Cost: $94

Nestled in the woods, the newly constructed cabin is a short drive to the Scandinavia Spa if you're looking to spoil yourself. The breathtaking views of Glen mountain manage to be even more beautiful than the warm interior.

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Hatley: My Cabin in Canada!

Cost: $59

This is for those that care more about nature than they do about luxury. There is no running water or electricity at this tiny chalet and you have to bring your own propane tank. But who cares?  Grab a coffee, relax in the gallery and spend your afternoon watching deer and wild turkeys.

Sound cool?

Brigam: La Halte Chaleureuse

Cost: $90

A one-bedroom getaway that is nearly too cute for words. Close to Granby Zoo, Bromont Ski Center and the Dunham wine route, this cottage is meant for only one or two people. 

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West Brome: Treehouse, House & Spa

Cost: $188

Can't decide between a treehouse and a chalet? Why not take both? This rental comes with a four-person treehouse, a four-person house, and a giant outdoor spa. 

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Saint-Hippolyte: High Ceiling Cottage With Water Views And Spa 

Cost: $188

This Swiss-style cabin sleeps up to 12 people and has an outdoor hot tub that fits the same amount of people. There is cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling nearby.

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Entrelacs: A Quiet Landmark

Cost: $113

A cozy and rustic little house that sits on two acres of private land surrounded by a forest and lake. The best part is that there are no neighbors visible. 

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Sainte-Famille: Laurentian House

Cost: $199

Sometimes you just need a little luxury in your life. This isn't so much a chalet as it is a mini-castle with unbeatable views of St. Lawrence River and the Laurentians.

Wanna live the royalty?

Shawinigan: Havre De Paix

Cost: $225

This cabin is a haven of peace. Located on the banks of Lake Canard, which is on the edge of the National Park of Mauricie, sits this cozy home that offers all the privacy and security you could want in your winter getaway.

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Sainte-Mélanie: Rustic Chic Waterfall Cottage

Cost: $67

Only one hour from Montreal and less than $100, this cottage located within walking distance to the Chutes Mont-à-Peine Regional Park and the Dalles at Sainte-Mélanie might be the best deal on this list. Gotta end on a high note. 

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A lot of these places are highly sought out during the winter months, so it's best to start planning your city escape now. 

Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

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