- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms , 2 washrooms
Wood House Cottage
Wood house located on the riverside with access to a beautiful wild sandy beach for several kilometers
This newly renovated three-floors wooden house with mezzanine was initially the old school of the village. It is located on a large sandy point that advances towards the St. Lawrence River. View of the River. Access to the deserted beaches of the Manicouagan which stretch over 15 km with possibility of swimming. 25 minutes from Baie-Comeau by car. The wooden house is very comfortable South with windows that warm the house naturally with the sun and reduce heating costs. It has a Jotul convection wood stove that allows you to heat the house more than efficiently in addition to making a central fireplace as well as a luxurious shower and self-wear bath. There is a beautiful fenced vegetable garden, permaculture type at the back of the house, filled with fruit shrubs as well as a small greenhouse. Ideal for people who love the outdoors and tranquility, nature is beautiful. It is located very close to Pointe-aux-Outardes Nature Park with one of the largest salt marshes in Quebec (www.parcnature.ca). Several activities are offered such as a birdgarden, a butterfly aviary, an interpretive guide for the discovery of the Innu indigenous culture, boating in the marsh, etc. At the back is a large field with access to the forest by a walking and cross-country ski trail and skidoo.
Summer season :
Hiking: Nature Park, spray Trail: www.facebook.com/sentierdesembruns/, Chute-aux-Geese trail, Rivière aux Rosiers Trail
Fishing on nearby lakes and rivers (salmon, trout, etc.)
Fishing in the St. Lawrence River (Makro, smelt, striped bass, etc.)
Collection of mushrooms and berries (cloudberry, cranberry vine, blueberries, raspberries, field strawberries, etc.)
Kitesurfing and kayaking of sea and river
Visit of Quebec's major dams on the Manicouagan and the Geese River
Winter season :
Hiking snowshoes, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling from home
Skating (city skating Rink (5min. By car) Alpine skiing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing (see Norfond, Mont Ti-Basse, Amédée River tracks, etc.)
White Fishing nearby
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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.