Two steps from Mont-Ste-Anne, our chalets allow you to enjoy the outdoors, regardless of the season. In the winter, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, backcountry skiing, and ice-skating on the lake are just some of the local activities available nearby. In the summer, enjoy hiking, golfing, mountain biking and tennis.
Whether you are an avid cultural explorer or a sports enthusiast, you will be delighted with the many activities available in Côte-de-Beaupré, Orléans Island and Old Québec.
Visit the Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Basilica, the most popular pilgrimage site in North America or visit the Cap-Tourmente National Bird Sanctuary in Saint-Joachim, both within minutes of our country homes.
Find grocery stores, restaurants, pharmacies and other services within a 5 minute drive of our village.
All of our kitchens are spacious and come fully-equipped, allowing you to prepare meals even for large groups. Local catering is also available.
Whether you are planning a small or a large wedding, during summer or winter, these guidelines will assure you peace of mind and safety.
If you plan on having an outdoor ceremony or if you are having more guests than the house can hold, make sure you tell us about it. If it is on grass at one of our smaller houses, flooring is mandatory to not damage our lawns and your shoes in case of rain.
Municipal laws allow you to make a reasonable amount of noise until 11h00 PM. Afterwards we recommend moving the party indoors.
Lawn and ceremony furniture
We have lawn chairs for 75 people provided at the Manor, other houses have a quantity of chairs proportional to their sleeping capacity. We do rent the houses for many other purposes than weddings so the chairs might not be perfectly white. Most caterers as well as Signature Decor and tent rentors can provide you with the furniture you need.
Two of our houses have kitchen which are overly equipped for their size: The Manor and Chez Albert. Their kitchens are equipped for larger groups. For other properties, kitchens are equipped for the house's capacity.
These are strictly forbidden into our houses because they stain deeply into our floors. An important amount of money must then be requested from you to clean them up.
You and your guests are allowed to bring alcohol to any reception in our properties. Quebec law however forbids you from selling alcohol on premises. For more information on how to get an alcohol licence (in order to sell alcohol on premises), click here: Quebec Liquor Board.
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