My canadian log home
46.114473, -73.883655
Canada, , Chertsey, Lanaudière - The Mountains
    • cascades


    • Bathroom


    • Kitchen


    • Family room

      Family room

    • Bedroom 1

      Bedroom 1

    • Bedroom 1

      Bedroom 1

    • Bedroom 2

      Bedroom 2

    • bedroom 3 (single)

      bedroom 3 (single)

    • Emission In-Chalet - chaîne UNIS - septembre 2014

      Emission In-Chalet - chaîne UNIS - septembre 2014

    • The house in the spring

      The house in the spring

    • April 2012

      April 2012

    • January 2008

      January 2008


    • 5 person maximum
    • 2 double beds, 1 single bed, 1 sofa bed
    • 3 bedrooms
    • Building dimensions: 28 ft x 30 ft x 2 = 1 680 sqft / 8,5 m x 9,1 m x 2 = 156 m2
    • 1 bathroom
    • Property dimensions: 163 000 sqft / 15 142 m2

    My canadian log home

    An heritage log house in an charming setting at the Jean-Venne river's waterfalls, on 4 acres of wooded land, just 4.5 km from the village.

    Enjoy the days of the early settlers in this authentic Upper Canada's  log house.

    This house was built approximately in 1850 in Ontario in the Cornwall area, and was dismantled and reassembled with care in 1976 on the site of the old village of Chertsey, 4.5 km from the actual village, by the Jean-Venne river's waterfalls.

    In winter, the landscape is magical and changes daily. The water of the waterfall is raging, the sparkling icicles, frozen mist covers the cedars and rocks.

    With snowshoes or skis you go explore the forest, walk along the river, cross the bridges of ice used by deer and join the tens of kilometers of trails of the Boute-en-train camp.

    In summer you can enjoy the magic of the waterfall, picnic on the rocks, swimming in the natural whirlpools. The water is refreshing, but far from ice as it warms in the many lakes upstream.

    Like her sisters in "Upper Canada Village," in Ontario, the house is a large square of cedar's logs, with dovetail assembly. It is covered with a traditional new roof of cedar shingles. With a height of two and a half floors, the house sits on a thick stone foundation.

    But no need to sacrifice comfort. The heating is electric and controlled by programmable electronic thermostats. The bathroom offers a large recessed bath where you can relax after your long walks in the snow. The kitchen is fully equipped with, as it should be a traditional wood stove, but also an electric stove, convection oven, a microwave oven and two refrigerators. You will have all the small household appliances, toasters, coffee makers, blenders, mixers. Dishes and utensils are provided.

    Many board games, books and videos are also available to you.

    The house is offered for rent by the month or season for up to 5 people (including children). Occasionally, it might also be available for shorter periods.

     See program In Chalet of septembre 2014 at UNIS:



    Near this cottage

    • Body of water: rivièreJean-Venne
    • Golf course: Club de golf Esterel (17 km)
    • Ski Hill: Ski Montcalm (13,5 km)
  • Rates are available only upon request.

  • The CITQ is mandated by the Minister of Tourism of Quebec to administer the official classification of seven categories of tourist accommodation establishments. This establishment is visited by the CITQ every 24 months.

    The classifier visits the establishment and, using hundreds of strict and objective criteria, rates:

    • The quality of physical facilities (bedroom, bathroom, common areas, outside, etc.);
    • Its appearance;
    • Its cleanliness.

    The classifier also looks at:

    • Services offered;
    • Certain environmental considerations.


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My canadian log home

Chertsey, Lanaudière - The Mountains

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