18 Crazy Airbnbs You Can Rent In Quebec That Look Too Cool To Be True
Time to plan your next vacay!
One of the best ways to say farewell to summer is to rent a chalet with your friends. Basic cabins are a thing of the past because, thanks to home-sharing companies like Airbnb, you can rent over-the-top properties and still save some serious cash. These incredible Airbnbs in Quebec may seem too good to be true, but they could be yours for a weekend (or longer).
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Chalets across Quebec are often affordable, especially when you split the cost amongst a group of friends. These insane rentals are sure to offer some crazy fun for you and your crew.
Price: $115+ per night
Why You Should Go: This boho-inspired yurt offers a warm atmosphere and an open concept space. The rounded, magical hideaway includes a modern, welcoming interior and is surrounded by striking nature full of opportunities for hiking. You can experience a remote, peaceful escape without straying too far from the city because this spot is only 25 minutes from downtown Quebec.
Price: $117+ per night
Why You Should Go: This treehouse-style shelter is suspended on stilts in an open-air center. At 12 feet in the air, it overlooks the Cameron lake with a beautiful view of the shimmering water. The rental is located on the top of the mountain on the border of a maple tree forest, so you can experience all the peace and quiet that nature has to offer here.
Price: $145+ per night
Why You Should Go: This cozy cabin has rustic vibes intertwined with a modern, renovated interior. Enjoy over 30 amenities for optimal comfort, including a private dock overlooking the calm waters and rolling mountains on the horizon.
Price: $1,375+ per night
Why You Should Go: This Old Montréal boat experience has luxury written all over it. The extravagant 4,500-square-foot rental includes a jacuzzi on the deck, a modern oasis area with lounging options, a gourmet kitchen and modern lodging that fits up to 19 guests.
Price: $199+ per night
Why You Should Go: You can live like a celebrity for a weekend at this elegant space in the Golden Square Mile neighborhood. You'll have your own private rooftop terrace with city views, in addition to exquisite bathrooms, a fully-renovated kitchen
with quartz countertops and two luxury suites.
Price: $320+ per night
Why You Should Go: This lakefront cottage comes well-equipped with endless amenities including a spa/hot tub, pool table, air hockey, trampoline, an outdoor fire-pit and a private outdoor oasis. There are plenty of hiking and skiing opportunities closeby if you're up for an adventure.
Price: $800 per night
Why You Should Go: This massive home sits on 600 acres of nature with private lake access. A pedal boat, canoe, rowboat, kayak and two paddleboards are available for use. Enter a land of pure bliss with a six-person whirlpool jacuzzi, home theater, and veranda. There's also a full-sized volleyball court!
Price: $200+ per night
Why You Should Go: This eco-friendly accommodation in the mountains offers superb views of the valley of Mount Glen and the mountains to the south. The unique interior includes polished concrete and pine with recycled maple ceilings, a skylight and a high-performance masonry fire-place. Enjoy the outdoors on the large terrace and re-center in the relaxing sauna.
Price: $279 per night
Why You Should Go: Travel back to the horse-and-carriage days at this uber retro spot in the woods. This one-of-a-kind camping experience features a wagon-turned-tent and it's more spacious than you may believe. You can swim in the pools or the river, grab some drinks at the on-site bar and chill on the private deck or in the hot tub.
Price: $4,000 per night
Why You Should Go: This massive, magnificent country estate sits on 10 acres of rolling fields and pastures with 550 feet of lakefront property on Brome Lake. There's a boathouse, horse stable, tennis court and a deluxe pool. With 16 beds, you can get an enormous group together for a party-style vacay.
Price: $595 per night
Why You Should Go: This spot has modern architecture inside and out, a volleyball court, a massive outdoor dining terrace, a jacuzzi, a pool table, an outdoor lounge area with a fire pit and all the fancy vibes meshed with a warm ambiance.
Price: $176+ per night
Why You Should Go: This quiet abode comes with a pool, a seven-person hot tub, fire pit and a fireplace in the living room. With hundreds of kilometres of trekking path and a nearby 80-foot waterfall, there's no shortage of peaceful outdoor exploration. It's also close to the Green Mountains ecological reserve, Owl's Head Mount, Lake Memphré and more.
Price: $190+ per night
Why You Should Go: The intimate Cabin Vü du Lac is surrounded by gorgeous flora, fauna and lake views. Located on a rocky cape, you can hear the peaceful stream below.
The uniquely-shaped house in the trees is solar-powered and sits on 66 acres of land offering multiple activities including snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, sliding and a spa.
Price: $1,235 per night
Why You Should Go: You'll be in the lap of luxury right in the woods at this gigantic spot adorned with an indoor heated pool, two large decks, a chef's dream kitchen, a bedroom with a fireplace and bathrooms with heated floors. There's also a library, foosball and ping pong if you want to get your game on. This countryside mansion has access to tons of hiking trails and a heart-shaped lake for swimming.
Price: $970 per night
Why You Should Go: This massive, fancy lodge with closeby access to ski resorts offers panoramic views over the entire valley. There's a huge game room on the mezzanine with a pool table, baby-foot and a hockey table. Relax in the hot tub and cozy up by the indoor wood fireplace or outdoor fire pit for an evening under the stars.
Price: $150+ per night
Why You Should Go: This tiny yurt accommodation offers all the advantages of camping and all the advantages of modern life. You won't have to worry about staying warm because the space is heated and a private hot tub is provided. You can relax in the vintage soaker tub next to views of the forest and enjoy dinner and wine on the private deck.
Price: $152+ per night
Why You Should Go: Experience something like never before at this bubble treehouse chalet hovering over the hillside. The four-meter sphere is transparent, offering views of the surrounding nature from the comfort of your spacious tent perched in the trees. Amenities include a double bed, private shower and toilet.
Price: $285+ per night
Why You Should Go: This mountainside escape offers unforgettable views of the bay and St. Lawrence River, a private jacuzzi, three terraces, open-concept spaces and a cathedral ceiling. With countless amenities to ensure maximum pleasure for guests, this rental lives up to its name.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.