Cottage Rental of the Week: Get cozy at this log cabin in the Laurentians

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Published: November 25, 2019

Winter historic log cabin Photo courtesy of CanadaStays

Where: Amherst, Quebec

What: A historic log cabin with a 3.5-acre lot on the edge of Lake Windigo, plus it’s only 35 kilometers away from Mont-Tremblant.

Who it’s good for: A group 

Nightly rate starting from: $300

Bedrooms: 3 bedrooms

Bathrooms: 2 full bathrooms

How many people: Up to 6 guests

Extras: It’s all about peace and quiet at this secluded property, but that doesn’t mean there’s a lack of things to do. Besides exploring the outdoors and enjoying the old, unique cabin, you can play a game of ping pong or badminton, enjoy the outdoor fireplace, make fondue with the raclette set, and get out on the lake at any season.

Check out the listing here. Visit rentals.cottagelife.com to view all rental properties and find your perfect stay.

Log cabin in the winter
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No matter the season, this old cabin is the perfect spot to relax and unwind.

Photo courtesy of CanadaStays
Photo courtesy of CanadaStays

This massive stone fireplace almost guarantees everyone will spend night after night gathered together, reading or doing a puzzle.

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The rustic kitchen and dining area stays to true to the cabin’s history. And although we love the historic vibe, we also appreciate the clean, modern, and uncluttered decorating style.

Photo courtesy of CanadaStays
Photo courtesy of CanadaStays
Photo courtesy of CanadaStays

No matter what straw you draw, you can’t lose with the plush beds and warm vibe in each bedroom.

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You’ll be the hostest with the mostest at this outdoor entertaining, equipped with a BBQ, wood-burning oven, and dining area.

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Photo courtesy of CanadaStays

And you can’t forget about the outdoor ping pong table and badminton net, perfect for a little family competition.

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Head here in the summer to jump off the dock and into the lake…

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Or visit in the winter for beautiful, crisp snowy days.

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