Beautiful Tree House Rental Set in a Stunning Forest of Quebec, CanadaNominingue, Quebec (Canada) view map
Description of Glamping Units
Small glamping groups and families can reconnect with nature at this tree house rental, which can sleep up to four guests. Situated 15 feet above the ground in the sturdy boughs of fir, maple, and birch trees, this tree house offers wonderful forest views. The décor is rustic, and the host is committed to a vision of environmental sustainability, so the lighting is supplied by solar panels.
There is a small kitchen equipped with all the essentials to make a home-cooked meal, and glampers can cook using the propane stove. Water and a bundle of wood is provided to get the outdoor fire pit set up. If further wood is required, the host can bring it at an additional cost of $5. The nightly rate is based on a two-person occupancy, and couples can sleep in the cozy wooden loft area, where there is a double bed. An additional two guests can stay at the property, at an additional fee of $20 per night per person, however children under the age of 16 can stay for free.
Breakfast can be delivered right to the tree house, which consists of homemade waffles, bread and a wide array of condiments, fruit salad, hot drinks, and natural juices. This is provided for $10 per person. Read More
- Fire pit
- Kitchen equipment
- Wood-burning stove
Guests can truly reconnect with nature and leave their daily routines behind at this site. The host is committed to a vision of sustainability, so there is no electricity at in the accommodations, and all energy and light qare supplied via the solar panels. Each property has a clean eco-friendly composting toilet and a woodland path leading up to it.
The accommodations also have wood-burning stoves to keep glampers cozy, a propane stove, and cooking equipment to enjoy a home-cooked meal.
Location + Surroundings
This glamping site is tucked away in the small village of Nominingue, in Quebec. The cities of Ottawa and Montreal are an accessible two-and-a-half hours away by car, making this a great place for a weekend getaway. Set near the Grand Lac Nominingue, guests can enjoy stunning views of the Laurentian Mountains. The Rouge-Matawin Wildlife Reserve is close by, and glampers can take advantage of the stunning Rivière-Rouge, just ten minutes from the site. Read More
The host will provide all mattresses, pillows, and linens free of charge at this glamping site. Carts and sleds can be hired out from the host for a small additional fee.
Glampers will be spoiled for choice when it comes to outdoor activities at this site. The forests and rivers provide ample hiking, biking, cycling, and golfing opportunities in the summer; and in the winter, snow transforms this woodland into excellent terrain for dog sledding.
At Nominingue golf club, guests can take try the 18-hole golf course, and guests can rent equipment and take lessons. In the nearby forest, a former railway track was transformed into a cycling path and roller-skating track, which stretches for miles.
In the summer months, there is a beautiful sand beach along Nominingue Lake where guests can relax and enjoy a supervised swimming. Guests can also partake in volleyball, petanque, ping-pong and buoy rafting. There are opportunities to rent a boat, go windsurfing, or enjoy canoeing, kayaking, and sailing along the nearby lake.
The host is more than happy to coordinate many outdoor activities and oversee the supply of equipment, for a small additional fee. Please contact the host for more information.
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- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
Pets are welcome at this glamping site, but guests are asked not to leave them unattended in their accommodation.
Guests are advised that their accommodation is set in the woods about a half of a mile from the parking lot. Therefore, there will be a small but scenic walk to the accommodation from the car.
This host advises guests to travel light, carry nothing superfluous: choose backpacks rather than suitcases.
Select Winter photos by Louise Claire Johnson Read More