This Quebec Airbnb With A Stone Fireplace & Massive Hot Tub Is A Winter Dream (PHOTOS)

One of the most serene places in the province. ❄️
Contributing Writer
This Quebec Airbnb With A Stone Fireplace & Massive Hot Tub Is A Winter Dream (PHOTOS)

It's no secret that la belle province got its name from the beauty that surrounds us here. And some of the Airbnbs in Quebec are truly like no other.

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And this incredible chalet in Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury, Quebec, should definitely be on your radar.

This unbelievable find is amazing all-year-round but come winter, it becomes even more spectacular.

Just be sure to keep your eye on it because you can just imagine it'll book up faster than you can say "Should we go away this weekend?"

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Located just minutes from the heart of Quebec City and Village Des Sports in Valcartier, it has a breathtaking view of the whole valley and Stoneham Ski Resort.


Very large and spacious, it's perfect for everyone to keep their distance.


The queen-sized beds can comfortably fit 30 people, so it's perfect for when we can finally increase the size of our bubbles.


It's not just beautiful, but there are so many great amenities, like a modern and fully stocked kitchen and a games room.


But by far, the best part of this listing is the unbelievable outdoor hot tub that will keep you cozy, even while you get outside and enjoy the beauty that is Quebec in the winter.


Luxury Chalet


$1,275 for February 5 to 8


Neighborhood: Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury, QC

Why You Need To Go: The perfect spot to daydream of for once we can travel through Quebec again.

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

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Gabi Sandler
Contributing Writer