- As the snow starts to take over our beautiful province, many people start to plan their weekends away, which is why MTL Blog has made a list of Airbnbs in Quebec which are perfect to escape to.
- See pictures of the tiny homes you could be spending time in this winter below!
The tiny house movement was made popular in the hopes of a smaller environmental footprint, greater savings and more of a self-sufficient lifestyle, and it is showing no signs of slowing down. If you're curious about small living, you don't have to fully commit and Marie Kondo all your belongings quite yet. It seems as though tiny homes are all the rave for Airbnbs in Quebec, as more people want to check out what it's like or just need a reason to live in very close proximity to their favourite person.
Plus, tiny homes are just so damn cute. Usually spanning anywhere from 100-400 square feet, tiny homes can range from a secluded off the grid, no electricity, no running water cabin to an ultra-modern, architectural delight.
Hey, there are no rules with tiny living, as long as you're slightly uncomfortable, you're golden.
And yes, Quebec is getting on board with rentals throughout the province. The pros are that rental prices tend to be cheaper but the cons are they do rent out quickly since the mini getaways are so on-trend.
Check out the list below to see the 8 cutest Airbnb tiny homes for rent in Quebec if you're looking for a mini adventure away.
Tiny Home In Mont Tremblant
If you want to dip your toe in off-the-grid living, this cozy home is a good introduction. The large windows will help with any claustrophobia you may have and there is even a fully equipped kitchen. Though there's no running water, there is electricity that powers the TV and a small fridge.
Guests have access to an outdoor fire pit, a BBQ, and over 10 km of private trails.
Waterfront Home In Meach Lake
This home is on the waterfront of Meech Lake in the heart of Gatineau Park. You have your own private dock, an indoor and outdoor fireplace, and all the everyday necessities you could need (bathroom, functioning kitchen).
The Wifi here is spotty at best, which makes it a perfect place for an unplugged weekend away.
Le Lagöm In Lac-Beauport
Just under 400 square feet, this tiny home falls into the architectural and scenic wonder categories.
It's only 20 minutes from Quebec City, but you'll feel like your hours from civilization with sweeping panoramic views from the floor-to-ceiling wraparound windows.
Boreal Paradise with Spa in Saint-Côme
Less than an hour and a half drive from Montreal sits this luxurious tiny cottage. Spend the day snowshoeing, skiing, snowmobiling and then relax at night in your own private spa with views on the mountain.
Mini-house Nature Experience In Rimouski
You will have to wait until the first days of spring to book this gorgeous tiny home but it's worth the excruciating wait. This is tranquillity at its best.
Situated on a beautiful piece of land covered in flowers, trees, and gardens, this is where you go to get away from it all. If you're lucky enough you can even catch the aurora borealis on a summer night.
Le Perché-sur-la-rivière In Notre-Dame-des-Prairies
This charming micro-chalet is surrounded on three sides by a dense forest and overlooks the river. It has all of today's modern luxuries along with access to a pedestrian and cycling paths, shops and nearby cross country paths.
Only 45 minutes from Montreal, this is the perfect retreat for work or relaxation.
Experience 200 Square Foot Living In Chelsea
The original owners lived in this tiny place for two years. There are two bedroom lofts, so if you really want to get crazy in a tight space, this home sleeps three. There is on-demand hot water, composting toilet, fully equipped kitchen, and even Wifi.
Shepherd’s Hut In Labelle
Now we're talkin' tiny, simple living. The inside of this custom-made hut may be tiny but is pretty ingenious in its use of space.
There is only an outdoor toilet and you will have to use a shared shower area, but if you want to strip away all the unnecessary hassles of everyday life, this is the place to do it.
Which is your favourite? Off the grid seclusion or modern and bright?