The SpaceIn summer: outside fireplace, full patio set and bbq, walking distance to Lac Rond and its municipal beach ($). Activities in the area are numerous: bike, swim, golf, kayak, paddleboard, hiking, fishing, theater, restaurants, cinema, etc.
In winter: propane fireplace, fully equiped kitchen and dining room to share a good meal after a long day of winter sports, such as cross-country ski, downhill ski, skating, snowshoeing, snow tubing, etc. Guest Accessfully equiped kitchen: fridge/freezer, microwave, espresso machine, propane bbq, dishwasher (soap), etc.
fully equiped bathroom: washer/dryer (soap), towel warmer, towels, etc.
two bedrooms with double beds and ample storage space and patio doors. Pull-out couch and extra blankets/pillows.
outdoor is equipped with: table and chairs, adirondack chairs, coffee table, outdoor fireplace (with firewood). Interaction with GuestsNon, mais je suis disponible par courriel/téléphone/SMS en cas de besoin. The NeighborhoodThe cottage is ideally located in the village of Sainte-Adele, on a large land of 18,000 square feet, which makes it quiet while close to all services.
There are a lot of activities, shows and exhibitions organized by the City of Ste-Adele. I encourage you to visit their website for the calendar of activities.
If you don't feel like cooking, there is a good selection of Restaurants in Ste-Adele: Farandole for brunch, bread and pastries. Chez Milot's table is my favourite with their 5@7 special menu. Sushi Ste-Adele is really good but you better call in advance as they get really busy at dinner time. Closer to Lac Rond, Esmeralda is your best bet with their fine italian cuisine. Getting AroundAt 60 minutes drive from downtown Montreal, it is accessible by Highway 15, exit 67.
There is a bus service, from St-Jerome; bus stops at the corner of Road 117 and Morin Street. From there, it is a 10 minutes walk. Other Things to NoteCats and dogs have been in the cottage, so not ideal for people with allergies.
Basic kitchen essentials are available, such as: olive oil, salt, pepper, tea, coffee, jam, peanut butter, etc.
Basic bathroom essentials are available, such as: soap, tissue, toilet paper, bandaid, etc.
Tap water is drinkable.
The BBQ works with camping-Size propane bottles. There are extra ones in the entrance closet.
The kitchen table opens up for two more seating spaces.
The plastic chairs in the two bedrooms can be taken outside on the patio if you need more chairs.