When it comes to serene cottage rentals, Eastern Townships are at the top of the list. It’s known as the garden of Québec, with tree-covered mountains, rolling hills, and tranquil lakes. The cities and towns in the region are filled with delicious restaurants, and boutiques that are a shopper’s dream. There are wineries and fromageries and a beautiful monastery.
After a day filled with adventure, food, and wine it’s time to relax at a chalet in Eastern Townships. And don’t forget to bring some Quebec terroir with you, there are a lot of fabulous artisans and producers in the Eastern Townships!
Here are 10 Chalets to Rent in the Eastern Townships
Part of the most beautiful chalets in Eastern Townships, Les Loges is located 20 minutes south of Magog. Surrounded by trees, each chalet has a private sauna, steam room, and hot tub. The chalet’s kitchen is fully equipped, and there is a bedroom with a Queen bed, as well as a sofa bed in the living room. During the day enjoy nearby trails and Lac Memphré. In the evening, lounge outside around the outdoor fireplace. Chalets are 395 CAD per night.
Just outside Racine is Laö Cabines, a family-run property with camping and beautiful chalets. Go hiking on the trails or do some fat biking. Relax in the swim spa, and paddleboard in a small quiet lake.
There are 9 chalets available for rent, which can accommodate 2 to 6 people. One chalet is dog-friendly. Chalets range in price from 95 CAD to 180 CAD per night.
Entre Cîmes et Racines, Original Cabin Rental
Entre Cîmes et Racines has some of the most unique cottage rentals in the Eastern Townships. There’s a round Hobbit house, an old sucrerie (sugar shack), and a chalet that looks like a cave. They also have chalets that look like regular wood cabins.
They come with fully equipped kitchens, and the bedrooms are basic. Chalet prices range from 140 CAD to 220 CAD per night.
Les Côteaux Missisquoi
The yurts and chalets at Les Côteaux Missisquoi live on reforested land. Go hiking along Sentiers de l’Estrie, then come back to enjoy some quiet reflection. If you want a real treat, Spa Bolton is only 3 km away!
Yurts can accommodate up to 4 people, and cabins are up to 6 people. All lodging is eco-friendly with solar panels, and a soil toilet. Kitchens are fully equipped. Chalets are 125 CAD to 190 CAD per night.
Les Chalets Côté Belval
On the border of Parc national Mont-Orford, Les Chalets Côté Belval has 3 chalets available for rent. These year-round chalets are modern-contemporary in style. They have great living spaces and fully equipped kitchens.
Outside, there’s a large patio space with comfortable chairs set around a fireplace. Chalet rates vary depending on the season, check their website for details.
Bora Boréal Bury, a Cushy Chalet for the Weekend
Float in luxury in one of the chalets at Bora Boréal Bury. The floating cabins are minimalist in style. They have big windows, perfect for enjoying the surrounding landscapes. Roll-top doors open to a small patio, and the living spaces are cushy.
There are 12 chalets in total. Mini Bora’s can sleep up to four people and Bora Villas can sleep up to six. Chalet rentals start at 282 CAD per night.
Parc national de la Yamaska
Escape to the Appalachian lowlands and book a chalet at Parc national de la Yamaska. The park is centred around Réservoir Choinière, which is popular with ducks, and Great Blue Herons.
The park has a variety of camping options, but the nature cabins are the true stars. The cabins sleep four people and are equipped. The outside deck space is great for relaxing, and hiking trails are nearby.
If you’re looking for more of a rugged woodsy experience, Chalet Milan located in the town by the same name is a perfection solution for you.
You’ll get kitchen amenities and the comfort of a bathroom, all while fishing, hiking, and relaxing the woods with no worries in sight!
At Domaine Gagnon, you’ll find various chalets you can rent for a weekend or a long-term rental in the Eastern Townships. This site is situated in Saint-Sébastien, close to the Frontenac National Park, so it’s perfect to enjoy the outdoors while coming home to comfort.
And don’t fret if it’s a rainy or chilly weekend in the Eastern Townships because there is a solarium!
Aux Retrouvailles, Chalet for Rent in Lac-Mégantic
Rent out this 2-bedroom cottage in Lac-Mégantic with your family or friends and enjoy a great view of the lake as well as a cool patio. No matter the season, you’ll enjoy the water nearby Aux Retrouvailles for swimming or ice fishing. Coming back to the fireplace is always enjoyable after an adventurous day!
Finding cottages for rent in the Eastern Townships is not difficult, but booking them can be depending on the season. Summer and autumn are high seasons in this part of Québec, so plan and book at least four months in advance to be sure.
After that, you will have plenty of time to start your restaurant and winery research. Both are excellent in the Eastern Townships!
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Here are some other articles on what to do in the Eastern Townships that will help you plan for your cottage rental!
- Eastern Townships Camping Destinations: Embrace the Great Outdoors
- Best Eastern Townships Bed and Breakfasts
- Afternoon Tea at Uplands, A Must-Try Activity in the Eastern Townships
- Best Hiking in the Eastern Townships: Complete Guide
- 5 Serene Spas in the Eastern Townships
- 20 Must-See Quebec Attractions to Add to Your Province Bucket List
What to Do in the Eastern Townships and How to Organize Your Trip
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