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Cozy Laurentian chalet on the shore

Bedrooms 3
Property type chalet
Minimum Stay 60 nights


About the property

This cozy chalet is bright and sunny, with stunning lake and mountain views.

Explore Lac Gagnon from the private dock with pedalboat, canoe and stand up paddle board.

The perfect blend... tranquility and adventure!

This three bedroom, one bathroom chalet is situated on Lac Gagnon, which measures 2.13 km long and has a maximum depth of eight feet. The chalet's waterfront offers easy, shallow water access to the lake. The property slopes gradually in the backyard, with the front yard being pancake flat.

Two of the bedrooms are on the main floor, accommodating two guests each. Kids love the large upstairs loft with low, sloped ceilings, which accommodates another two guests. Also, please note that, for the two downstairs bedrooms, the walls extend overhead but do not reach the ceiling.

There are comfy sofas in the foyer and sunroom which can accommodate another two guests. You are asked to bring your own sheets and towels to the chalet, if at all possible. Should it not be possible, sheets and towels can be provided.

Please provide as much notification as possible so the items can be prepared for your arrival.

No gas powered boats are permitted on the lake... the entire community is very quiet and tranquil.

The property has a shallow, easy-access waterfront to the lake, which is clean and ideal for swimming. The lake is full of trout, and also contains perch and pickerel.

Private tennis and basketball courts are located within walking distance of the chalet, as well as a large children's playground, post office, and grocery and liquor stores. There is a Walmart 15 minutes' drive away.

Within a five minute to half hour drive, you have access to such activities as golfing, go-karting, horseback ridding, paraskiing, windsurfing, hiking trails, a water park, a zoo, cross country skiing, downhill skiing, skating, dog sledding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ice fishing, beaches, shopping, night life, bistros, cafes and even fine dining, just to name a few.

Please be advised that the kitchen and bathroom, while fully functional, date from the 1950s and as such are not up to date, so there are just a fridge, stove and microwave, no dishwasher. The bathroom has a pedestal sink, toilet and vintage pink metal bathtub with shower.

This chalet was built in 1945 and is in a rustic setting. Please be advised that you may encounter some friendly little critters during your stay!

In addition to unlimited high-speed internet and wifi, a cordless phone is provided for your convenience, with unlimited free local and long-distance calling anywhere in North America.

The chalet also features a large, brand new Samsung LED Smart tv, complete with Netflix subscription.

A countryside with a fascinating history. The Laurentians comprise 22,000 square kms of pure delight just north of Montreal, boasting highly diverse ecosystems.

The region takes its name from the chain of mountains which runs down its northern side and is part of the great Canadian Shield, which covers most of Quebec north of the St. Lawrence River. Its lively and picturesque villages offer a warm and lasting welcome.

The Laurentian region is also a meeting place for athletes to practice their favourite sporting activities, year round.

Visitors come from far away to enjoy the many attractions, and over the years the region has forged an enviable reputation to the extent that it has become Quebec’s premier four-season holiday area. Indeed, visitors come from around the world to be charmed by the beauty of its unique landscape and tourist attractions.

In each season, nature transports the traveler into a unique universe, so much so that the Laurentians is a place to rediscovered over and over again: it’s always a pleasure to return. So come and find your special corner of the Laurentians to which we are sure you’ll want to keep coming back: it’s one of North America’s true natural paradises.

You'll also find outstanding cuisine and a vibrant cultural scene born of the mix of people who settled the area - Amerindians, French, Irish and Scots.

Winter and summer alike, this holiday paradise blanketed in mountains and lakes draws vacationers from all over in search of fresh air and wide open spaces, renowned for its ski hills, incredible network of cross-country ski trails and top-notch golf courses.

Whether rafting the rivers or relaxing in a Nordic bath, enjoying a sugar shack meal or apple picking, there’s something for everyone! And speaking of taste, the region has a well-deserved reputation for fine dining and regional specialties. To sample them, travel the Farmlands Route (Chemin du Terroir), a gourmet route that winds through the countryside.

Don’t miss the Parc national du Mont-Tremblant and Poisson Blanc regional park, which offer a wide range of outdoor sports: hiking, canoeing, kayaking, camping, fishing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing... Nestled at the foot of the mountain, Tremblant is known as one of the top holiday destinations in eastern North America.

The Saint-Sauveur valley is also a major destination, with its pretty villages teeming with bistros, bars and boutiques.

During fall, the Laurentian forest dons dazzling colours, awakening the festive spirit of the entire region!

Hop on your bike and follow the trail of Le P'tit Train du Nord linear park, which crosses 230 km of hills and villages. You can hop on at the Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts entrance.

Two theme parks will delight the kids: Santa’s Village in Val-David, which brings the magic of a summer Christmas to life.

The region is also a major destination for snowmobiling, with no fewer than 2,800 km of trails to explore in winter.

This chalet is situated just a 17 minute drive from the north slopes of Mont Tremblant, and a 25 minute drive from Tremblant's European-style pedestrian village. There are 13 ski centres within a 64 km area.

The chalet is very easy to reach in just 55 minutes from Montreal's International Airport or 75 minutes from downtown.

The chalet is also accessible from the greater Montreal area by public transit, by taking the Orange line on the metro, STL's bus No. 9, Transport Laurentide's bus towards Mont Tremblant and finally the Transport Laurentides taxibus (Monday to Friday only) to Val-de-Lacs (must make a reservation five hours ahead of time). The stop at Val-des-Lacs city hall is a 10-15 minute walk from the chalet itself.

To get to Mont Tremblant from the chalet, turn left onto Chemin de Val-des-Lacs, left on Montée Charon, right on Lac Quenouille, left on Chemin du Nordet, right on Chemin du Lac Superieur, left on Chemin Duplessis, right on Chemin Charles Duncan to get to the north slopes, or right on Chemin des Voyageurs instead to get to the pedestrian village.

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Member since: 2015
Speaks: english
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Calendar last updated:
October 21, 2015


Val-des-Lacs Chalet Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • chalet
House Rules:
  • Check-in: 4:00 PM / Check-out: 11:00 AM
  • Max. occupancy: 8
  • pets considered
  • children welcome
  • non smoking only
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Bathroom 1 -
  • 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8
  • limited accessibility


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Rates & Availability

Taxes and fees are additional

Additional information about rental rates

Cleaning $68.04
Pet Fee $40.02

Owner's Cancellation Policy

  • Canceled bookings will not receive a refund

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