Rustic Cabin Retreat for an Outdoor Adventure on Lake Kipawa, QuebecKipawa, Quebec (Canada)
Rustic Cabin Retreat for an Outdoor Adventure on Lake Kipawa, Quebec
This rustic cabin retreat is located on Thompson Island, Quebec, overlooking beautiful Lake Kipawa, and can accommodate up to four guests. There are two bedrooms and a half bathroom. The bedrooms each come with two single beds and a sofa bed in the lounge offers a further sleeping option. The half bathroom has a toilet and a sink, with hot running water. Each bed is provided with a fitted sheet, and the host asks that guests bring along their own pillows, linens, and towels.
After a day spent fishing on the lake, the welcoming sitting area offers plenty of sofa space on which guests can relax in the evening. An inviting wood-burning stove will keep glampers cozy, providing ample warmth to heat the entire cabin. The kitchen comes fully equipped with a propane refrigerator and freezer, an oven, a stove, and a tea kettle, along with an array of handy dishes and utensils. Meals and drinks can be enjoyed at the dining table. Guests should be sure to provide their own drinking water.
The spacious outside deck boasts gorgeous lake views and is the ideal spot to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Glampers will be able to sit back on one of the comfy patio chairs after a busy day on the lake. The catch of the day can be cooked on the cabin’s very own gas grill. This accommodation is situated conveniently close to the property’s main dock, lodge building, and communal shower house.
Guests traveling by car will be able to park in the village of Kipawa. The host will then provide transport to and from the property, on nearby Thompson Island. For an additional fee, guests may hire a boat and a motor during their stay. Outdoor amenities include barbecues, picnic areas, a fire pit, and a dock. Each group of guests will be outfitted with a fishing boat, and there is an excellent fish cleaning station at the property.
Glampers who need to stay connected can access free Wi-Fi in the property's main lodge, where they'll also find a television. Each accommodation comes with a cozy wood-burning fireplace, with firewood included. There's electricity (between dusk and 11:00 am), hot running water, and the use of a shared bathroom, with showers.
- Shared Barbecue
- Fire pit
- Picnic area
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Check-in: 12:00 PM
Check-out: 09:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
Guests should note that parking is not available on the premises. The property can only be reached by boat, and vehicles must be parked in Kipawa before traveling to the island.
Electricity is available from dusk until 11:00 am only.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Kipawa, Quebec (Canada)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Wildlife watching
- Feeding animals
Fishing is definitely the activity of choice at this property. Lake Kipawa is well known for having some of the best angling in Quebec. Every group of glampers will be provided with a boat, which has swivel seats and a motor. Guests need not worry about where to cast their lines, as they'll be outfitted with a fish finder. For added convenience, the host will also organize fishing licenses, bait, and ice. When glampers arrive back at the property after a busy day, there's an excellent fish cleaning station, where they can prepare their catches for the barbecue. Guests can reel in a variety of species, including walleye, trout, pike, white fish, and perch.
There are numerous other activities on offer on the lake, such as swimming, kayaking, water-skiing, and pedal boating. Guests who choose to hire a motorboat might enjoy a day trip to the ghost town of Hunters Point, with its old trading post and church, and its pristine and deserted beach. Canal Bay is also a great option for a sightseeing trip, with its natural canal and its towering cliffs. Those who prefer to stay on dry land can explore the island on foot, with a walk or a hike among stunning scenery and abundant wildlife. Glampers should be sure to take along their cameras for those unique and memorable photo opportunities. Some of the native creatures, such as the squirrels, can be hand fed, which many children in the group are sure to love.