The Top Locations in Quebec for a Fall Getaway

The Top Locations in Quebec for a Fall Getaway

Summer is not only season during which adventure calls. With its rich landscapes of multicoloured foliage, fall is just as good a time of year to soak up the outdoors, while the weather is still good.

Moreover, some regions will have reached the end of their tourism season and you may be able to get a deal! Here are a few fall getaway ideas to take full advantage of this season’s beauty.

Domes in Quebec’s Forests

These five-star glamping accommodations are waiting just for you across the province. The concept: sleep beneath the stars without having to contend with the elements or pesky insects. A partially transparent dome makes this possible. With enough square footage to host up to four people, with a small kitchen, bathroom, and sometimes even deluxe facilities such as relaxation areas and spas, domes promise an enchanting stay. 

 Set in breathtaking locations, you can find a dome to rent in many regions: Charlevoix, Mauricie, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Lac-Beauport, Gaspésie, Laurentides and Outaouais.  

The Domaine Le Vertendre’s Zooboxes

In Eastman, Estrie, the Le Vertendre complex proposes a series of peculiar lodges: Zooboxes. These tiny forest cabins offer a uniquely amusing form of holiday: a bath on wheels you can roll out onto the patio; a climbing wall to ascend to the mezzanine; a bike or “hamster wheel” you ride to recharge the generator. You will have so many things to tell your friends and family upon your return!

La Binocle

Available to rent on AirBnb, La Binocle in Bolton-Ouest, Western Townships, is the pinnacle of organic architecture. Built 490 metres above sea level on the sides of a rocky mountain, this modern chalet offers stunning views of the former Mount Glen ski resort. The building is named for its shape reminiscent of telescopes. Its wide windows, a special feature, will ensure that you experience all the surrounding nature has to offer.  

The Canopées Lit

Would you like to sleep perched amongst the trees? Canopée Lit, a business renting treehouse accommodations, is happy to offer this opportunity. You can choose between eight cabins and five bubble tents, all positioned at various heights (not for vertigo sufferers!) and some more rustic than others. All have been installed within the tree branches, right by the hiking trails, and breakfast is included. The site is in Sacré-Coeur’s forest, in the Côte-Nord region. 

Bora Bora Huts

Just like their Polynesian cousins, the Bora Bora huts are floating cabins, but instead of being in the middle of the Pacific, they overlook the Richelieu River and are connected by a quay in the Domaine Pourki, Montégérie. A BBQ and pick-nick table are available for guests for the duration of their stay. The Domaine also boasts a multitude of on-site activities. A true slice of paradise!


Many of the unique accommodations listed above have a two-night minimum stay requirement. And you’ll certainly need them if you want to experience all the great activities these regions have to offer! 

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