Time for a road trip? 😍
This site in Quebec's Charlevoix region is a four-hour drive from Montreal, but undoubtedly worth the mini road trip.
Remember how badly we all wanted to live in a treehouse when we were young? Well, this is basically the adult version of that dream come true.
The "UHU" cabins — which Repère Boréal says means "owl" in Innu-Aimun (an Algonquin language spoken by the Innu) — stand on massive stilts, providing you with a magical view of the Saint Lawrence River during every season.
To get to the cabin, you'll have to climb the covered stairs before crossing the short wooden walkway to discover the interior of this little haven of peace. And inside, you've got everything you need to have a stress-free stay.
"The UHU offers a unique experience that combines design, comfort and relaxation. Indeed, you will find a superior quality bed, a toilet, a shower open on the stars, a heated floor, an integrated sound system and a fully equipped kitchen," the website says.
And of course, since it's the 21st century, there's Wi-Fi in the cabins too.
Downstairs, you can even enjoy a small fire pit and the various facilities of the site such as the spa area.
Prices start at $329 per night, accommodating two people, with a minimum of two nights per stay. Check-in is at 4 p.m. and departure is at 11 a.m.
You can see when the cabins are available directly on the website.
Repère Boréal's new UHU cabins
Price per night: $329+ for two people
Address: 3141, rte. du Fleuve, Les Éboulements, QC
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.
Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.