Spend the night in an unusual accommodation in the Outaouais
The Outaouais is full of unique and unusual places. You can spend the night observing a pack of grey wolves or greet the dawn from a mountain summit. We promise you, winter here is anything but boring! A host of outdoor activities await you, not to mention relaxing evenings by the fireplace.
HOM Mini chalets
Discover HOM Mini Cottages, a hotel concept in the heart of nature, on the shores of Lake McGregor. The two modern cottages, the Huard and the Héron, offer a perfect combination of comfort and wilderness. Built on piles, they provide a magnificent treetop view. Guests can enjoy a fully equipped kitchen, a full bathroom, and most important, a private hot tub on the balcony! Relaxation or romantic packages add a touch of luxury and serenity to your night in the forest.
32 Chemin du Saphir, Val-des-Monts
The four-season cottages sleep 2 to 4 people. Several winter activities can be practised nearby: skating, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing (snowshoe rental available) and ice fishing.
Cabane des loups – Parc Oméga
What would you say to spending the night next to a pack of wolves? Parc Oméga offers you the unique opportunity to observe the nocturnal habits of grey wolves, in complete safety. In a comfortable cabin with a large bay window, you’ll experience an unforgettable encounter with the pack. You’ll also have access to an observatory and a footbridge from which to admire the wildlife from various angles. An absolutely fascinating experience to share with the children!
399 Route 323 North, Montebello
Admission to Parc Oméga is included when you book a night among the wolves!
Kenauk Nature, a peaceful oasis
Kenauk Nature is one of the largest private nature reserves in North America. As a couple or with your family, enjoy its log cabins, spacious luxury accommodations, or even a yurt. Enchanting scenery, sparkling lakes, a wood fire: you’ll find everything you need for a restful stay in nature. A host of activities are available on site, including dog sledding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
1000 Chemin Kenauk, Montebello
To help you get the most out of your stay in the chalet, the Beau Mont – Signé Toqué restaurant has created an exclusive Kenauk menu that’s delivered to the fridge before your arrival!
Winter sports and cozy comfort – Domaine de la Rivière
Domaine de la Rivière is composed of beautiful cottages with big windows in the heart of nature. Luxurious yet cozy, they overlook the Petite-Nation River and can accommodate up to 10 people. This is the ideal spot to enjoy a wide range of winter sports: sliding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and skating.
82 Chemin Lavergne, Chénéville
Close to the property are a skating rink and cross-country ski, ATV and snowmobile trails. Less than 30 minutes away, at Parc Oméga, you can observe wild animals in their natural habitat.
Winter camping in the Pontiac – Aventure Hélianthe
With Aventure Hélianthe, you embark on a real expedition! Winter enthusiasts can sign up for a survival experience in the Davidson Forest, in the heart of the Pontiac. You’ll discover streams, lakes, old-growth forests and several cliffs; a must to appreciate the Canadian winter and the region’s rugged beauty. Choose among several different winter camping trips, all led by an experienced guide. Packages include meals and accommodation in a Cree or prospector tent.
314 Principale Street, Mansfield-et-Pontefract
Not up for sleeping outdoors in winter? Day trips are also available!
Le Bellevue, a modern hillside B&B – Eco-Odyssée
Break out of your routine with a night at Le Bellevue B&B, just outside the village of Wakefield. From your room or suite, enjoy a visual feast: starry skies, snowy hills, boreal forest as far as the eye can see … Want to get out of your comfort zone? Book a stay in the new Exode hut, a small cylindrical shelter overlooking the water maze at Eco-Odyssée Park. A short hike brings you to the hut and its breathtaking view of the region. Ideal for a romantic getaway!
3 Chemin des Bois-Francs, Wakefield
There are many original accommodation options in the Outaouais! Do you prefer classic hotels or do you enjoy this new kind of accommodation?