1 from 14 - Chalet Le Rassembleur
2 from 14 - 2 balconys with patio set and BBQ.
3 from 14 - Living room, kitchen and dining room open area with a huge stones fireplace.
4 from 14 - Luxurious kitchens with dishwasher.
5 from 14 - 4 closed bedrooms with queen bed.
6 from 14 - Complete bathroom with shower/bath
7 from 14 - Condos communicate by 2 interior doors.
8 from 14 - Access to our bar with pool table.
9 from 14 - Vélo de montagne
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13 from 14 - Chalet
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16 person maximum, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms.
Le Rassembleur is specially designed for groups wanting some privacy while having the opportunity to meet for dinners and parties. Divided into 2 condos with 2 floors, the chalet has 4 bedrooms, 2 full kitchens, 2 living rooms with 2 large stone fireplaces and 2 bathrooms.
Two interior French doors open to convert the 2 condos into a friendly and comfortable chalet. It has a large balcony 12 'X 30' with 1 gas BBQ and 2 patio sets. It is located at the entrance to the main site and a total area of 1800 square feet.
The two superior condos are identical. They each have on the second floor, a spacious kitchen, dining room and open plan lounge with a large field stone fireplace and old beams. At ground level, there are 2 closed bedrooms and bathroom with bath / shower.
- 4 private rooms
- 2 fireplaces (wood not included)
- 4 double sofa beds
- 2 cables TV with DVD
- 2 fully equipped kitchens with dishwasher
- 2 bathrooms with bath / shower
- Bedding, towels, toiletries and hairdryer
- Access to wireless internet (hotel section)
- 1 outdoor gas BBQ, 2 patio sets
- Wood not included
- Non smoking
- Shared access to outdoor heated swimming pool, jacuzzi, pool room, playground
Cottage and land
- Building dimensions: 1 800 square feet
- Animals allowed with restrictions
Activities and events in the area
Near this cottage
- Body of water: Lac Brome (15 minutes)
- Golf course: Les Rochers Bleus (5 minutes)
- Ski Hill: Mont Sutton (1 minute)
The Brome-Missisquoi region, made up of 20 municipalities, is full of curves, with its hills and valleys, crisscrossed by numerous waterways and large forests and scattered with orchards, vineyards and farms. Its fertile land is home to 16 wineries, and is the birthplace of winemaking in Quebec. A marked Wine Route passes through many of its towns and villages.
Home to many artists and craftspeople. A myriad of artistic activities await throughout the year. Covered bridges, round barns and other heritage treasures tell of the region's amazing history and also attracts many tourists every year.
Brome-Missisquoi is also a region of choice for outdoor enthusiasts. The Sutton Mountains, valleys and waterways represent an ideal playground for year-round activities. Downhill skiing, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing makes winter enjoyable, while cycling, horseback riding, canoeing and kayaking satisfy outdoor enthusiasts in the summer. Finally, numerous marked trails allow hiking throughout all year round! (source: Tourisme Brome-Missisquoi)
Rates and regulations
Rental type: Short stay
Taxes for the published rates: Taxes extra
Price for 8 people. Add 10$/adult and 5$/child per night.
Promotions: 3rd. night at 50% or free, depanding of the season!
Minimum 2 nights on Saturdays on high seasons.
40% deposit required for reservation.
**Price avalable on sept 6th to dec 19th 2015 **