8 Airbnbs in Quebec perfect for getting away from the big city

  • As the snow begins to invade our beautiful province, many people are starting to plan their weekends, which is why MTL Blog has put together a list of Airbnbs in Quebec to get away from.
  • Discover below the photos of the small houses in which you could spend time this winter!

The tiny house movement has been made popular in hopes of a smaller environmental footprint, greater savings, and a more self-sufficient lifestyle, and it shows no signs of slowing down. If you are curious about the little life, you do not yet have to fully commit yourself and Marie Kondo to all your affairs. It seems like tiny houses are all the rage for Airbnbs in Quebec as more and more people want to find out what it looks like or just need a reason to live near their favorite person.

Plus the little houses are so cute. Typically ranging in size from 100 to 400 square feet, tiny homes can range from an isolated home off the grid, with no electricity, no running water booth, to an ultra-modern architectural delight.

Hey there are no rules with tiny life, as long as you’re slightly uncomfortable you’re golden.

And yes, Quebec is embarking with rentals throughout the province. The pros are that rental prices tend to be cheaper, but the downsides are that they rent out quickly as mini-getaways are very popular.

Check out the list below to see the 8 cutest Airbnb cottages for rent in Quebec if you’re looking for a mini adventure.

Small house in Mont Tremblant


Cost: $ 63

If you want to dive into the off-grid life, this cozy home is a good introduction. The large windows will help you against any claustrophobia you might have and there is even a fully equipped kitchen. Although there is no running water, there is electricity that powers the television and a small refrigerator.

You will have access to an outdoor fireplace, barbecue and more than 10 km of private trails.

Book your stay today!

Waterfront home at Meach Lake


Cost: $ 77

This home is on the waterfront of Meech Lake in the heart of Gatineau Park. You have your own private dock, an indoor and outdoor fireplace, and all the daily needs you might need (bathroom, functional kitchen).

Wifi here is spotty at best, making it a perfect spot for an unplugged weekend.

Get more information!

The Lagöm in Lac-Beauport


Cost: $ 173

Just under 400 square feet, this tiny home falls into the categories of architectural and scenic wonders.

It’s only 20 minutes from Quebec City, but you’ll feel like hours away from civilization with stunning panoramic views from the wrap-around floor-to-ceiling windows.

Find out more about this chalet!

Mini-house Nature Experience in Rimouski


Cost: $ 63

You’ll have to wait until the early days of spring to book this wonderful little house, but it’s worth the excruciating wait. It is tranquility at its best.

Set on beautiful grounds covered with flowers, trees and gardens, this is where you go to get away from it all. If you’re lucky enough, you can even catch the Northern Lights on a summer night.

Book before it’s too late!

The Perché-sur-la-rivière in Notre-Dame-des-Prairies


Cost: $ 69

This charming micro-chalet is surrounded on three sides by dense forest and overlooks the river. It has all of today’s modern luxuries as well as access to walking and cycling trails, shops and cross-country ski trails nearby.

Just 45 minutes from Montreal, this is the perfect retreat for work or relaxation.

Find out more!

Live the 200 square foot Chelsea experience


Cost: $ 62

The original owners lived in this small place for two years. There are two bedroom lofts, so if you really want to go crazy in a tight space, this house can sleep three. There is hot water on demand, composting toilets, fully equipped kitchen and even Wifi.

To see on Airbnb!

Shepherd’s hut in Labelle


Cost: $ 92

Now we are talking about tiny and simple life. The interior of this bespoke cabin may be tiny, but it’s quite ingenious in its use of space.

There is only an outhouse and you will have to use a shared shower, but if you want to get rid of all the unnecessary hassle of everyday life this is the place to do it.

Book this cabin for your next getaway!

Which one is your favorite? Off-grid isolation or modern and bright?

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