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20 Gorgeous Airbnb Chalets In Quebec For The Best Fall Foliage Views

Grab a pumpkin spice latte and hit the road.
20 Gorgeous Airbnb Chalets In Quebec For The Best Fall Foliage Views

I've always loved living somewhere with four distinct seasons. Yes, winter takes some getting used to in Quebec. But we are lucky to live in a province that is beautiful all year round. 

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With fall now upon us, it's time to start planning all those seasonal activities we love so much. You don't have to leave Montreal to experience it, just walking around the city's parks can be enough.

But what's more perfect and wholesome than a road trip to check out the best fall foliage Quebec has to offer? 

We took a look at Airbnb for the top 20 chalets, condos, and homes you can rent to experience autumn. Just imagine being surrounded by trees that you can see from your windowed walls. Some are secluded, with only the roar of a (sometimes indoor and outdoor) fireplace to keep you company. 

Quebec foliage can vary wildly depending on the area you travel to. Check out this map that shows you when and where it will be peak season in the province.

So make sure your phone is charged, as some of these places are so Instagrammable you won't be able to stop snapping photos. 

Cabane Dans Les Arbes!

Airbnb

Where: Saint-Jean-de-Matha

Cost: $130

What better way to see the turn of leaves than actually being in the trees. This cute cabin has an indoor fireplace and a private outdoor jacuzzi.

Book here

Luxurious, High-Vibration, Modern Retreat

Airbnb

Where: Gatineau

Cost: $274/night

This 3600-square-foot home is all luxury and the perfect balance of modern and cozy. Even the sauna has a view of the forest.

Check it out here!

Cabin Perched On Escarpment Bank

Airbnb

Where: Plantagenet

Cost: $130

Windowed walls reveal spectacular views in this glamping Airbnb. You do need to be comfortable with walking 20 minutes to the location, but it will all be worth it once you get there.

Book here

The Bulle Double 

Airbnb

Where: Saint-Calixte

Cost: $130

This countryside retreat is a magical getaway. Spend the night in your bubble bedroom staring up at the trees.

Book here

Magnifique Chalet D'Architecte à Flanc De Falaise!

Airbnb

Where: Bolton-Ouest

Cost: $169

With so many cozy escapes on this list, this one grabbed our attention with its hyper-modern, cliffside location. There are only spots left in November, so take advantage of this architectural home in the wilderness.

Book here

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Magog Waterfront – Cozy and Comfortable Studio 

Airbnb

Where: Magog

Cost: $99

Located near downtown Magog, this condo has the perfect view of the water and mountains to experience nature in every way.

Book here

Cocon #2

Airbnb

Where: Sainte-Lucie-des-Laurentides

Cost: $89

If it's not too cold, this modern chalet has an outdoor shower (but don't worry they also have an indoor shower) with views of the lake.

Book here

La Zenitude Mont Ste-Anne

Airbnb

Where: Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges

Cost: $170

You will find the best view of the mountain at this pristine chalet. You can curl up in front of the outdoor fireplace or enjoy one of the many outdoor activities.

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Chalet Le Sous-Bois

Airbnb

Where: Saguenay

Cost: $192

You can stay in your own private chalet on the steps of the Saguenay Fjord. This is a breathtaking area that you won't even have to leave the comfort of the rental to experience.

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Charming Log Cabin In The Countryside

Airbnb

Where: Lac-des-Plages

Cost: $61

There is access to a firepit outside, where you can stare up at the skies once you're finished taking in the vibrant colors of the leaves.

Book here

Chalet Saint-Armand

Airbnb

Where: Saint-Armand

Cost: $140

With its beamed ceilings, this chalet pays homage to its water and forest location. There are many outdoor activities within driving and walking distance from this escape.

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Wood Cabin, Mont Ste-Anne

Airbnb

Where: Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges

Cost: $142

A picture-perfect cabin set only a four-minute bike ride from one of the most beautiful cabins in Quebec, Mont Sainte-Anne.

Book here

Vue Imprenable Sur Le Fleuve

Airbnb

Where: Cap-Santé

Cost: $130

Surrounded by trees and facing the water, this two-bedroom chalet is perfect to watch the leaves change and boats pass by.

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Pine Home – Ancestrale Au Coeur De La Nature

Airbnb

Where: Hatley

Cost: $97

This is another place to get away from it all. Located in the heart of nature, it's only a 20-minute drive from the U.S. border. And there's a wood-burning stove!

Book here

Chalet On The Mountain 

Airbnb

Where: Saint-Sauveur

Cost: $125

If you really want to see fall foliage, this gorgeous one-bedroom will do it. There is a 40-kilometre hiking trail right at your doorstep.

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Taoist House 

Airbnb

Where: Saint-Fulgence

Cost: $85

Located in a remote area in the middle of the woods, this is the perfect escape if you want solitude and minimalism.

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Refuge Récréatif Dans La Forêt

Airbnb

Where: Sainte-Lucie-des-Laurentides

Cost: $81

It may be lacking in amenities (there is an outhouse) but it makes up for it in its idyllic setting.

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Maison Bord de L'eau 

Airbnb

Where: Saint-Calixte

Cost: $86

This chalet is just an hour's drive from Montreal. It was created so that residents and visitors could appreciate the sunrises and the beauty of the landscape.

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Laurentian Lake House Off The Grid

Airbnb

Where: Wentworth-Nord

Cost: $90

There is too much to write about for this secluded cabin only accessible by boat (which you can rent for $10 a day). It's off the grid, in the heart of a forest and overlooks a serene lake.

Book here

Refuge In The Forest

Airbnb

Where: Cookshire-Eaton

Cost: $53

This place may be one of the cheapest on our list, but what it lacks in luxury it makes up for in quaint. Read, take long walks in the forest or just listen to the birds.

Book here

Quebec has so many choices to enjoy autumn, the only problem will be picking just one.