When it comes to things that are unique, Quebec knows what's up. Not only is our province full of surprises, so is the accommodation. When I was looking through Quebec Airbnbs, I found some pretty original spots to rent — all of which look like a whole lot of fun.\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.\nFrom stays on the water to stays in a tree, looking for a total one-of-a-kind stay is definitely doable.\nBecause after all, half of the fun of travelling is where you stay.\nEditor's Choice: 13 Spontaneous Day Trips That Are Less Than 2 Hours Away From Montreal\nAnd since we think that our province is too beautiful not to explore, we decided to make a list of some of our favourite Airbnbs across the province to help get you started.\nFor this list, we've listed the price per night before tax and fees for the maximum amount of people.\nWe've also gone ahead and found the next available weekend while taking into consideration minimum-night stays.\nThat said, you could totally go in the middle of the week if you can. In fact, we're quite jealous.\nSo take a look below and get to booking — we wouldn't be surprised if they book up fast.\nPrivate Yacht In The Old Port\nAddress: Montreal, QC\nPrice: $3,090 per night for 16 people (August 21 – 23)\nAirbnb\nYou and your crew can rent this incredible boat experience right in the Old Port. With rave reviews, you'll be sailing straight into a weekend you'll never forget.\nMore info\nNetflix n' Airbnb\nAddress: Montreal, QC\nPrice: $57 per night for two people (July 31 – August 2)\nAirbnb\nDo you love Netflix? Then this is the Airbnb for you.\nBinge your favourite series in this cool studio apartment downtown. And when you need to stretch your legs between episodes, head over to Crescent street, which is just a few minutes away.\nMore info\nForest In The City\nAddress: Quebec City, QC\nPrice: $104 per night for four people (August 15 – 16)\nAirbnb\nJust because you're in a big city, doesn't mean can't you can't get a charmingly rustic experience in this charming listing in Quebec City, perfect for "total Canadian" stay.\nMore info\nLoft With A View\nAddress: Quebec City, QC\nPrice: $419 per night for 6 people\nAirbnb\nAlso in Quebec City is this stunning loft, with high beams and big windows. And if you think the loft is impressive, you should see the view!\nMore info\nA Hotel At Home\nAddress: Baie-Saint-Paul, QC\nPrice: $470 per night for 12 people\nAirbnb\nA good hotel makes you feel at home. But what about a home that's basically a hotel...\nThis listing in Charlevoix offers stunning views of the mountains, an open concept and even a spa.\nMore info\nTreehouse Goals\nAddress: Nominingue, QC\nPrice: $200 per night for four people (October 16 – 17)\nAirbnb\nIf you were the type of kid that wanted to have the ultimate treehouse, then your prayers have been answered.\nThis amazing spot in the woods five meters above the ground and has beautiful views of its surroundings and has some incredible outdoor activities to do nearby.\nMore info\nEntire Chalet In The Laurentians\nAddress: Sutton, QC\nPrice: $1,760 per night for 16 people\nAirbnb\nYou can stay in this luxury chalet in the Laurentians that's close to the mountains, vineyards a golf course and more.\nIt even has an indoor heated pool, heart-shaped lake, two big deck areas for relaxing, a firepit and plenty more.\nMore info\nHappy Airbnb-ing!\nThese prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.