Elegant Tree House Rental with Lake Views near Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort
- ID authenticated
- Phone, email and address confirmed
- Pets allowed
Guests can be entirely self-sufficient up in the trees, as there is a small kitchenette equipped with all the necessary utensils to prepare a simple home-cooked meal. There is a propane stove and a barbecue that guests can freely use, although propane is not included. Glampers can either bring their own propane or buy some from the on-site shop. Just outside the tree house, there is a fire pit and a clean composting toilet. Full bathrooms with showers are located at the main lodge, as well as laundry facilities, Wi-Fi, and even a small convenience store in the summer months.
The host recommends that glampers pack light for their vacation, and bring a pair of walking boots if it has rained recently. Smoking is not permitted in the tree house, and there is an extra person fee of $15 per night, which is applied after four people. In the winter months, a wood-burning stove keeps this tree house cozy. Wood is not included in the daily rate.
- Double bed
- Twin/Single bed
- Cooking basics
- Dining table
- Fire pit
- Shared Barbecue
Guests are provided with canoes to transport their luggage when arriving and leaving their tree house rental. Complimentary toboggans are provided for guests to enjoy in the winter.
Canoes can be rented at the cost of $40 a day.
The treehouses are located in the Regional Park Eco des Laurentides, and the park fees will also be charged separately by the Park. Prices include taxes. In the summer (May 12 to Oct. 12 2017 prices are per person, per night : $10 adult (18+), $7 seniors (60+) Children 0-17 free. In the winter (Oct 11 to May 12) the fees $5 per adult (18+), per night. Children 0-17 free (May change without notice.)
Location + Surroundings
- Wildlife watching
There are endless possibilities for outdoor fun at this glamping site in Canada, whether guests are looking to have a relaxing picnic or a refreshing swim in a lake. There are miles of trails surrounding these tree house rentals, so hiking is a popular option for guests who wish to explore the wildlife surroundings. Guests can also try fishing in one of the three stocked lakes on site, or they can rent a canoe, a kayak, a pedal boat, or a rabaska to take advantage of beautiful Lake Cordon. During the winter, snowshoeing through the forest and mountains is a fantastic way to spot animal tracks and beaver lodges.
Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Check-in is between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m., and check-out time is between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. If guests require different checking-in times please contact the host after booking, but should know the canoe option of getting to the tree house may not be available in the evening as it gets too dark for it to be safe.
Guests must bring their own bedding, i.e. sleeping bag and pillow. If need be, guests can purchase a pillow and sleeping bag on site for $40, please let the hosts know before arrival so they can get it ready.
Electricity is limited and is only available with the rental of a power supply battery at $7 for 10-15 hours with the lighting lamps in the cabins, and four to six hours for charging cell phones and tablets.
Hosts recommend that guests bring the bare minimum with them, as they will have to transport their luggage themselves, either by canoe or by hiking.
Dogs are welcome!