- 6 person maximum
- 1 queen size bed, 1 double bed, 2 single beds
- 3 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom , 1 washroom
Fleurette is an ancestral house overlooking the river and the islands of the archipelago Les Pèlerins. The "yellow" house, as some people call it, is located in the heart of the riverside part of the municipality of Saint-André de Kamouraska on one of the prettiest streets, rue du Cap, quiet street.
The aboiteau, a stone's throw away, is a walking trail a few kilometers along the marsh bordering the river. The sunsets of the Lower St. Lawrence are remarkable for the golden bridge that they draw on the river in summer. From the outside gallery, as well as from the interior of the house, you can admire the landscape and the river. Fleurette is accessible in all seasons. The landscape changes with the seasons, the colors and the light bathe us in an atmosphere of contemplation exceptional.
In addition to the exterior gallery, the house offers a veranda, a living room with kitchen and living room, a bathroom, 3 bedrooms, one on the ground floor, the other two bedrooms upstairs and The bathroom.
Nearby is a microbrewery, La Tête d'Allumette, walking trails of the SEBKA, as well as several other walking paths on the surrounding caboons, on the aboiteau and in a nature reserve on the river Of the Fouquette River. It is in Saint-André that we find the cliffs for climbers savvy which also constitute a magnificent mountain landscape for lovers of hiking. Nearby, the Parc de l'Ancien-Quai with children's playgrounds offers a shelter called "the little lighthouse", this tourist emblem of Saint-André and its aboiteau, will allow you to enjoy the landscape, the nature and the river In all tranquility.
Saint-André is located on route 132, between Notre-Dame-du-Portage and Kamouraska, at exit 480 of Highway 20.
Near this cottage
- Body of water: Fleuve (400 mètres)
- Golf course: Rivière-du-Loup (16 km)
- Ski Hill: Mont St-Mathieu (50 km)
Kamouraska at 16 km: restaurants, sea kayaking, zodiac excursions to the islands of Kamouraska, Art Center, regional history museum, painting symposium, boutiques, Niemand bakery, chocolate factory, etc.
Rivière-du-Loup 16 km: restaurants, whale watching, ferry to the North Shore, regional art museum, Falls Park, etc.
Saint-André: The Tête d'Allumette micro-brewery, the SEBKA for marked trails, rock climbing and sea kayaking, Le Petit Phare, the heritage church, the Maison Culturelle Armand Vaillancourt, the aboiteau, etc.
1 night 2 week-end nights 7 nights Haute saison
June 15, 2019 to September 15, 2019
$125 $250 $700 Basse saison
September 16, 2019 to May 14, 2020
$100 $250 $650
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- 1 night
- $100 - $125
- 2 week-end nights
- 7 nights
- $650 - $700
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Last update of the calendar : August 6, 2019