Winter Stay: Eight Unique Places To Stay Near Ottawa This Winter takes a look at unique destinations to stay this winter within two hours of Ottawa.

The Wakefield Treehouse is located in Wakefield, Quebec, 35 km from downtown Ottawa.

“We hope to fulfill your treehouse fantasy,” the listing on Airbnb reads.

“The Treehouse is a unique minimalist experience for those seeking quiet solitude in the Gatineau Hills. Includes all the conveniences of home to provide the most comfort in all seasons.”

The Treehouse sleeps two, with one bedroom and 1.5 bathrooms.

This old church is located in Wakefield, Quebec.

“Welcome to ‘This Old Church.’ This 150-year-old building has been completely renovated and is central to hiking, biking, skiing and paddling…making it easy to plan your visit,” the listing reads on Airbnb.

Stay in a 300 square foot studio within the 150 year old church.

There is room for four people, with one bedroom and one bathroom.

The sleeping area of ​​this church in Wakefield, Quebec. has two comfortable double beds. (Courtesy of Airbnb/Lynda)

The Cozy Domes are located in Denholm, Quebec, 50 km from downtown Ottawa.

“If you’re looking for a unique way to spend your next adventure, why not hang out at these Glamping Domes?” says the listing on Airbnb.

“Imagine waking up to the sound of nature as the first rays of sunshine stream through your very own glamping domes, ready for the day ahead. All meticulously constructed and beautifully furnished, these domes are ready to give you a spectacular experience.”

The dome can accommodate two people, with a bedroom and a bathroom.

A cozy dome is available for a unique stay in nature in Denholm, Quebec. (Courtesy of Airbnb/Base De Plein Air Air-Eau-Bois)

The Lo-Fi yurt is located in Pontiac, Quebec, 44 km from downtown Ottawa.

“Two simple, comfortable, off-the-grid yurts overlooking the Coulonge River, one of the legendary ‘Waterways’ used by river travelers for millennia,” the listing reads on Airbnb.

“Each yurt is equipped with a wood-burning stove that will keep you toasty warm whether it’s cooler fall nights or the dead of winter.”

The yurt is located on 12 acres of land, with access to hiking and cross-country ski trails and a sauna.

There is room for four people, with one bedroom and three beds.

Spend a night in an off-grid yurt overlooking the Coulonge River in Pontiac, Quebec. (Courtesy: Airbnb/Yurt hosted by Alan)

The Off-Grid Mushroom House and Sauna is located in Chesterville, Ontario, 60 km from downtown Ottawa.

“Escape the hustle and bustle to our off-the-grid oasis. A unique structure with a living roof,” the listing reads on Airbnb.

“Relax in the cabin with your favorite book, stroll the trails, or sweat out your worries in the wood-fired sauna or maybe even try some cold water therapy, while the water is still cold.”

There is room for three people, with one bedroom and one bathroom.

Get away from the hustle and bustle at an ‘off-grid mushroom house’ in Chesterville, Quebec. (Courtesy of Airbnb/Stephanie)

The yurt is located in Renfrew, Ontario, approximately 90 km from downtown Ottawa and 5 minutes from Calabogie, Ontario.

“Mohr’s Circle is a glamping experience on beautiful Lake Ferguson. The yurt contains amenities to ensure the comfort of our guests,” the listing reads on Airbnb.

“Reconnect with nature and each other at this lakeside retreat. Enjoy a sunset campfire at the fire pit with stairs to the shores of Lake Ferguson.”

The yurt can accommodate four people, including one bedroom with a king size bed. There is a ladder leading to an open loft above the bedroom with two twin mattresses.

Spend a winter night or weekend in a yurt in Renfrew, Ontario. The yurt is located on Lake Ferguson, one hour west of Ottawa and five minutes from Calabogie, Ontario. (Courtesy of Airbnb/Kerry-Lynn)

Mont Tremblant treehouses are located in Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré, Quebec, 164 km from Ottawa.

“Our 4-season treehouses are nestled on the edge of a pristine lake in a 2,000-acre protected regional park with 36 km of hiking/snowshoeing trails, four lakes, wetlands. Basic kitchen, wood stove, sun decks, fire pit, and picnic table,” the listing reads on Airbnb.

“It’s ‘ready-to-camp’ so somewhere between a cabin and a campsite. We are off the grid (no roads, no electricity) in a wilderness setting. You have to walk 15 minutes to your treehouse.”

The treehouse sleeps six, with two bedrooms.

The treehouse located in Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré, Quebec. has room for six people. (Courtesy of Airbnb/Les Refuges Perches)

The dome is located in Saint-Calixte, Quebec, 192 km from Ottawa.

The dome has room for two people, with one bedroom and one bathroom.

“Sleep under the stars with all the comforts of a cabin,” the listing on Airbnb reads.

“Les Pieds sur Terre is located on 40 acres of land offering you different types of unusual accommodation in the heart of nature, not overlooked, more than 150 meters (500 feet) from each other.”

The bubble is directly connected to a small cabin which serves as an additional room for the interior kitchen, dining room and bathroom.

Guests are requested to bring their own sheets/sleeping bags, pillows and your own towels.

“La Bulle is located out of sight, in the middle of the forest on the edge of a small stream. It also has its own outdoor spa.”

La Bulle des Pléiades is located in Saint-Calixte, Quebec. (Courtesy of Airbnb/Kedarnathan)

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