13 person maximum, 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms.
This tricentenary house was home to only two families. The first owners, the Bilodeau's, saw many generations grow up in this house. Still today we can find Émile's barn in the backyard. He was the last of his family to live in this house.
When the Mont-Sainte-Anne ski resort opened in 1965, the Éthier family took residence.
It was in the beginning of the 1980s that the elder Éthier son, Gilles, decided to transform the home into a rental for short stays. Visitors today now have the chance to discover the house and its rich history.
The builders of this whitewashed stone chalet were undoubtedly inspired by the style of homes in their native region of Normandy, France. The house is well adapted to the colder Quebec climate with a steeper roof and longer cornices to prevent snow and ice accumulation.
The front veranda, ensconced under the cornices, is a perfect place to sit on a summer evening, just like the Bilodeau and Éthier families once did.
Paying homage to its past, the numerous stone and paneled walls as well as wooden beams and old fireplace complete the ancestral design.
The Bilodeau-Éthier House can accommodate up to 13 people. The total surface is 2,000 ft2 (186 m2) across all floors.
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Accepted payment methods: Cash, Check, Interac e-transfer, Visa, Master Card
Rental type: Short stay
Taxes for the published rates: Taxes extra
From $29 per person per night, at maximum occupancy.
Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges, Quebec City and Area - Côte-de-Beaupré
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