Eco- Cottage in the Québec's Eastern Township

Eco- Cottage in the Québec's Eastern Township

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 9
2 Bathrooms
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About our home

Our cottage will charm you with its unique character, it will offer you an exceptional setting for an unforgettable stay in Eastern Townships.
Our refuge is a place of great comfort, a haven of peace and relaxation in a natural and relaxing environment.
Ideal for families, friends or lovers, we like to make it a place of conviviality and sharing. Our cocoon as well as the big garden wish to bring some "ZEN" in the life of our guests. Built by a craftsman in 2003, its massive 2-foot-thick walls, insulated with straw bales, covered with a plaster of clay make it warm in winter and cool in summer.
Its materials were chosen to minimize the ecological footprint: straw, clay, lime, wood recovered from a century-old barn in the area and bricks recovered from the former East brick factory.
The house and its private courtyard are oriented so that you can enjoy the sun all day.
The entire housing is at your disposal, 2500 PC distributed over two floors, in addition to a charming mezzanine very popular with the little ones.
Large open room including dining room, kitchen and lounge area, with its openings on the intimate backyard.
Cathedral ceiling in the living room with exposed beams.
Three rooms are simply decorated, the bedding and quality mattresses provide a refreshing sleep, the house has absolute silence at night .

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More about us

  1. we are a family of 4

  2. we love nature and new landscape

  3. we love to discover other culture and countries

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Only a few minutes from Mount Orford, where to practice an array of activities: ski, golf, hiking, etc.
Located along the U.S. border, the Eastern Townships region - with its mountains, large lakes, and expanses of verdant countryside - offers bucolic settings that make for the perfect vacation.
The region is renowned for its quaint towns that enchant visitors with their impressive Victorian homes, authentic feel, and history.
In addition, the Wine Route and various regional products, such as Lake Brome duck, are an irresistible invitation to gastronomic discovery
Tthe Eastern Townships region is home to many national and regional parks, including those at Mount Orford, Mount Mégantic, Yamaska, and Coaticook Gorge, where an array of outdoor activities are offered.
Following the Summit Drive, one is taken from mountaintop to mountaintop, discovering truly breathtaking vistas along the way.
Mount Mégantic and its ASTROLab provide a perfect view of the most beautiful starry skies in the region.

In summer, sports enthusiasts can enjoy hiking along the Estrie trails and others, water sports on Brome, Massawippi, Mégantic, and Memphrémagog lakes, or golf on one of the region's many courses.
Cyclists can also indulge their passion on some 500 km of bicycle paths, 200 of which are part of the Route Verte network.
If you’re looking to escape into a winter wonderland by snowshoeing, hiking or cross‑country skiing, there’s no match for the Eastern Townships. For a downhill getaway, take your pick of mountains: Bromont, Sutton, Orford, Owl’s Head or, better still, try them all!
Look for the Créateurs de saveurs brand, a symbol of quality for cheeses, cider, wine, honey, maple syrup, wild boar, black currants and more! Taste the Townships!

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