Shawville, Québec, Canada Accommodations

Accommodations in Shawville

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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceCalabogie Lodge Resort caters to nature lovers with a wide range of activities throughout the year: guests can have fun ice skating, ice fishing and cross-country skiing in various nearby and easily accessible hills and rinks. Natural wood walls and decor, comfortable sofas and furnishings, keep the whole family warm and cozy in these spacious accommodations. Lodge has private patio, living and dining rooms. Enjoy the beautiful view of the Calabogie Lake shore while sitting by the warm fireplace. Make yourself at home as you cook a savoury meal for the family in the fully equipped kitchen, and warm up with hot cocoa by the fireplace. Guest AccessAvailable for all guests: -Indoor saltwater pool (with retractable roof!) -Hot-tub -Sauna -Exercise room Private: -Air conditioning -Washers/ dryers -TVs -Wireless Internet access -Linens, bedding -Dishes, cooking utensils Interaction with GuestsMeet new friends while on the nearby hills and cross-country routes, as well as in the shared amenities The NeighborhoodAn hour away from Ottawa-- great city for sightseeing, shopping and dining Tranquil environment, great for spending relaxing time outdoors snowmobiling, skiing, snowboarding, or snowshoeing, or ice fishing Other Things to NoteUtility surcharge and security deposit required upon arrival
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWelcome to “Le Bijou” (French for "the jewel") nestled among Maple trees in our quaint and artsy village. This newly renovated 900 sq. ft. one-bedroom suite is bright, has its own private entrance with parking for two vehicles right at your door. The suite includes a kitchenette, a large living space with dining area, and a bathroom with shower, no bathtub. The bedroom has a Queen bed and the living room has 2 pullout couches, one has a queen size mattress and the other a double mattress. The kitchenette is fully stocked with a toaster oven, small fridge, microwave oven, Keurig and coffee, plates, utensils, glasses, bowls, plus much more. Please note that there is no stove however an induction heat hot plate is provided. Other hot plates are not permitted. All necessary linens and towels, including adult size bathrobes are provided plus a hairdryer, an iron, ironing board and drying rack. Outside, you will find your own seating area with a propane (provided) barbecue and patio table. Guest AccessGuests have access to the front of the house. The back of the property is restricted. Interaction with GuestsI love looking after my guests, so I will greet you upon arrival to give you the warmest welcome I can and will orient you to your suite and the region. Thanks to your own entrance, you will have complete privacy throughout your stay. I live in the upper levels of the house, which is closed off from your suite as my entrance is on the side of the building. I am easily accessible if needed and I quickly respond to your inquiries (phone or text), however I am not intrusive and very respectful of your privacy. If you let me know in advance what type of information you would like about the area, I will be sure to have it ready for your arrival. The NeighborhoodBurnstown is an hour drive from Ottawa, in the middle of the Ottawa Valley. It is 10 minutes from Calabogie Ski Resort and Golf Course, Arnprior, Renfrew and White Lake village. Cradled between the Ottawa River and Algonquin Park, the Ottawa Valley is home to over 900 lakes and 4 major river systems. Beaches offer plenty of affordable recreation opportunities, from swimming to friendly sand castle competitions and beach volleyball. Additionally, almost all of the beaches in the Ottawa Valley are great paddling start off places. You’re never more than a half hour drive to a beach when in the Valley. Fortunately, the Burnstown Beach, which includes a boat launch, is only one kilometer from your suite. It is newly upgraded and offers visitors a large sandy beach, boat launch and rowing area. On shore, there is a play structure, picnic tables, a canteen, change rooms, washrooms and a shaded grass area. (small fee to park and boat launching). In the summertime, you can experience excellent fishing and boating on many close lakes, as well as golfing, hiking and biking trails and race track all nearby. In the wintertime, you will find cross-country & downhill skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ice fishing all nearby. Our local summer farmers’ market is held on Friday afternoon and early evening and is a 5 minute walk from your suite. Getting AroundYou are within walking distance to Burnstown’s eatery, galleries and church. You will need a vehicle to get here. Parking (circular) is included and can easily accommodate a car pulling a boat or skidoo trailer. How to get here: Burnstown is less than an hour’s drive west of Ottawa From Montreal/Ottawa: Take Highway 417 west past Arnprior. Turn left (south) at Hwy. 508, and drive 8.5 kilometers to the four corners in the heart of Burnstown. From Renfrew/Pembroke: Take Hwy 17 east, and turn right (south) on Hwy 508. From Toronto/Prescott/ Brockville/Kingston: You can opt to come up the 416, then head west on 417, or go directly north cross-country. Please refer to your most recent maps for the shortest routes. Other Things to NoteI love this quaint and artsy community because of its rich history, its beauty and the wonderful people who live here and who visit. Burnstown is named after Scotland's favourite son and poet Robbie Burns. Burnstown was first settled around 1825. You might think that Burnstown is the prototypical one horse town on four corners however it is a hidden gem. Found in the tree-covered valley south of Renfrew, Burnstown is home to well-known artists and charming eateries. Historic log cabins and colourful clapboard homes line the few streets of our walkable town. The scenery, especially the bridge over the Madawaska River is spectacular. The elevation of the bridge over the river is amazing, and the view is gorgeous.
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2br Home/Apartment
    Guest AccessFire pit with wood, bbq, small beach, kayaks and canoe on site for use. Great kayaking (paddle in/out) and biking (bike in/out). Microbrewery/ pub located 3 km away. Interaction with GuestsOwner of cabin owns a travel agency & cycle touring company. Lots of local information is provided in the cabin for fun and exciting things to do in the area. Cindy is happy to assist. The NeighborhoodOutdoor adventurer's neighborhood. Access to world class kayaking, amazing quiet roads for road biking, BORCA mountain bike trails and a microbrewery pub down the road. Other Things to NoteOnly available May through to the end of October. (Cabin gets winterized before first frost).
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    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
    Chalet
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    35 reviews
    2br Chalet
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    The SpaceThe Chalet has 2 bedrooms plus a loft area, sleeps about 6 adults and 4 children (2 Queen Beds, a queen sofa bed, twin bunk bed and two extra mattresses) with 2 Full bathrooms. It has a fully equipped kitchen with stove, fridge, dishwasher, outside BBQ ,wood stove and outside fire pit. There are also Washer and Dryer and central vac. The chalet is great place for family gathering, anniversaries or simply relaxing away and enjoy beautiful nature. Guest AccessGuest have access to first and second floors. Interaction with GuestsWe can be reached by phone or email. Our contact info is in the Info Guide and contains important phone numbers, maps and lots of other info to help make your vacation a most enjoyable one. The NeighborhoodCalabogie is unique hidden gem with beautiful mountains, trails, lakes, great Madawaska river, sandy beaches and very relaxing environment. This chalet is child friendly and located in family oriented neighborhood. Getting AroundThe Chalet is located at Calabogie Peak Village Ski Resort, walking distance to Calabogie Lake, Nordic trails and ski hill, with less than one hour drive from Ottawa. There is plenty of parking space on the property. There is no public transit. Guests require a vehicle. Scenic walk to village including the grocery store, pizzeria, restaurants, the LCBO, local park and Nordic trail. A short drive is the Calabogie Peaks beach area, Dickson Mountain, which is great for hiking. Burnstown is about 15 minutes by car with boutique shoppes, art galleries, The Black Bird Cafe and Knutz ice cream and confections store. City of Renfrew or Arnprior (30 minutes away) for major grocery shopping. Other Things to NoteThe Calabogie village is a picturesque little village. In the summer it comes alive with a lot of visitors who enjoy the lake and local festivals, especially the Calabogie Blues and Ribs Fest each August. In the winter Calabogie Peaks is a big draw for skiers and boarders, plus there is tubing, snowmobile trails, ice fishing and Christmas in the country and New Year's holidays. webcam: (URL HIDDEN) Calabogie and the Madawaska area has beautiful fall an abundance of lakes and rivers for boating canoeing and fishing. The area has some wonderful golf courses and the Calabogie Motor sports Track. Note: Please (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) following since links are hidden. Reference: •Calabogie Bluesfest •CALABOGIE Brewing Company •jockosbeach resort things to do page •Alpine skiing Calabogie Peaks •Kayak canoe rentals Calabogie •Snowmobiling •Calabogie Motor Sports Track •Calabogie. So much more to explore •ATV rentals •Nearby white water rafting •Calabogie Run ATV Trail Tours •Snowmobile rentals •Watercraft rentals •Calabogie Boat rentals •Wind surfing •Cross Country Mountain Biking •Calabogie lake History •Things to do at the cottage •Cottage Rental Checklist Hiking •Hiking maps Calabogie •Eagles nest hike •Walking Trail Guide - Calabogie •Hiking and walking Trail K and P •Hiking maps •Manitou Trail hiking map •Eagles nest hiking map •Calabogie Peaks Village Hiking Trail Map •Calabogie Peaks Skywalk hiking map Cross Country Skiing •Madawaska Nordic Skiing Club •Cross Country Trails at Peaks Village Golf Calabogie area •Ironwoods Golf Course Calabogie Golf •Highlands at Calabogie Golf Club (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) •Pakenham Highlands Golf Club (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) •Dragonfly Golf club Renfrew (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) •Renfrew Golf Club (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) •Arnprior Golf Club •Madawaska golf club Calabogie area Canoe and Kayaking •Canoe/Kayak - Flatwater •Kayak canoe rentals Calabogie Snowmobiling •Visit (URL HIDDEN) for trail permit information. •Snowmobiling •Snowmobile rentals Calabogie Area Restaurants •Redneck Bistro12603 Lanark Road (Hwy#511) in the village of Calabogie (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) •Canthooks at Calabogie Peaks Resort Hotel •Calabogie Lodge (The Lakeshore Cafe) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) •Calabogie Pizzeria and Convenience Store Desserts/candy/Pop/Ice Cream/DvD’s 4983 Calabogie Rd(URL HIDDEN) •Munford’s Restaurant & Gas Bar Corner Hwy 508 & 511 Calabogie (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) •Blackbird Cafe Burnstown (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) •Shooters Pub (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (EMAIL HIDDEN) Calabogie Attractions •Calabogie - So Much More •Calabogie Motosports •Calabogie Peaks Resort, Calabogie Owl Rafting, Foresters Falls Bonnechere Caves, Eganville •Algonquin Park •Bonnechere Provincial Park •Logos Land Resort •(URL HIDDEN) •Discover Calabogie Guided Tours Calabogie Adventure Tours Walk, Pedal, Ride, Glide, Fish (Local & Ottawa) Richard Poniatowski Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Boat Rentals •Black Donald Tent & Trailer Park •Ann and Mervyn Stubinsky, 168 Black Donald Rd. Calabogie Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (EMAIL HIDDEN) •Calabogie Peaks Resort 30 Barrett Chute Rd. Calabogie Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (EMAIL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) •Grant’s Famous B & B on the Lake Grant Wheeler 1029 MacNabb Rd., Barryvale Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (EMAIL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) •Jocko’s Beach Resort 5253 Calabogie Rd., Calabogie Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (EMAIL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) •The White Pines Resort Valerie and Shawn Popkie Box 53, RR3, Calabogie Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (EMAIL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) Calabogie Boat rentals - Whippoorwill -Bill Weiss (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Boat Launch 1. Barnet Park, Village of Calabogie 2. Black Donald Tent and Trailer Park, Black Donald Lake 3. Centennial Lake Road, on the way to Griffith from Calabogie 4. Matawatchan Road, just before Griffith 5. Burnstown Beach Library Free Wireless Internet Greater Madawaska Public Library 4984 Calabogie Rd,Calabogie, Ont.K(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Other Calabogie cottage rentals and accommodations •The Fans of Calabogie •Jockos beach Calabogie •Calabogie lodge RCI resort •Double Bogie •Calabogie Pizzeria and Convenience Store Desserts/candy/Pop/Ice Cream/DvD’s + Convenience Staples Corinne Sullivan 4983 Calabogie Rd. Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) •L.C.B.O. (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) •Home Hardware (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) •Calabogie Medical Centre (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) •Calabogie Trading Company ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) •The Greater Madawaska Township Library ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) •Calabogie Peaks Ski Resort (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) ________________________________________ Local Malls •WalMart Renfrew (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Canadian Tire (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) •Arnprior Shopping Centre (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) ________________________________________ Other Calabogie - Ottawa Valley (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) search Links •Calabogie History links •Ottawastart •Calabogie and Area Business Association Ottawa Valley Tourism
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    9br Home/Apartment
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    Hot Tub is currently under repairs *18/11/2016* Sauna is working perfectly! PERFECT LARGE GROUPS, Sleeps 17 Comfortably! 9 private bedrms, 6 Qn, 2 Dbl, 1 SIngle, Outdoor Barrel Sauna, Hot Tub, Fire Pit, 2 Great Rooms, Full Kitchen, 2 - 50" TV, 7 min drive. to resort beach - boat rentals, dock access, walk to pubs
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    The SpaceThe loft is a bright and airy space with windows wrapping all around the building, with great forest views and a view of Ferguson Lake. There is a king sized bed tucked into a nook on one side of the loft. There is a series of three twin sized day beds that run along the opposite side of the loft. There is a three piece bathroom with a glass enclosed rain shower. The bathroom is finished with slate and marble tile. The kitchen is a equipped with a two burner cooktop, toaster, microwave, coffee maker, small fridge, dishes, glasses, cutlery, pots, dish towels and dish soap. There is also a huge kitchen island to gather around. Don't feel like cooking? Calabogie Pizza delivers to the property. A take out menu can be found in the kitchen. There are some great restaurants a 10 minute drive from the property. The living room area has a sofa, chair, coffee table. There is also some reading material and board games available in the nook area at the top of the stairs. Guest AccessGuests are invited to use the patio area behind the garage. It can be accessed from the front door of the loft. We typically have an ice rink on the lake during the winter months for skating. Interaction with GuestsWe live on the property and are available if guests need any assistance. The NeighborhoodFerguson Lake is located 5 minutes from Calabogie Peaks. This is a great area for outdoor activities. There a number of hiking, ATV, skiing and snowmobiling trails in the area. Calabogie Village is 10 minutes from Ferguson Lake and has a number of great restaurants as well as a new local craft brewery, bistro, LCBO and grocery store. Burnstown, home of Neat in the Woods music festival is 20 minutes from Ferguson Lake. Burnstown has some great shops and restaurant. Other Things to NoteWe are a pet friendly establishment. There is no freezer in the kitchen. We do have the best WiFi that the Calabogie area has to offer (satellite) but it is not the same speed as in the City.
    Hotel
    4-star Hotel
    Situated in Calabogie, this vacation home is within 6 mi (10 km) of Ironwoods Golf Course, Calabogie Peaks, and Calabogie Motorsports Park. Alexander Stewart Provincial Park and Swinging Bridge are also within 20 mi (32 km).
    Hotel
    3.5-star Hotel
    Situated in Beachburg, this cabin is within 16 mi (25 km) of Logos Land, Oaks of Cobden Golf Club, and Westmeath Provincial Park. Champlain Trail Museum and Pioneer Village and Storyland are also within 20 mi (32 km).
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    3.5-star Hotel
    Situated in Foresters Falls, this cabin is 8 mi (12.9 km) from Oaks of Cobden Golf Club and 11.3 mi (18.1 km) from Logos Land. Storyland and Westmeath Provincial Park are also within 25 mi (40 km).
    Farmhouse
    Farmhouse
    Situated in Beachburg, this cottage is 11 mi (17.8 km) from Logos Land and 11.8 mi (19 km) from Oaks of Cobden Golf Club. Westmeath Provincial Park and Champlain Trail Museum and Pioneer Village are also within 25 mi (40 km).
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    2.5-star Hotel
    Set in Foresters Falls, this family-friendly hotel is 7.4 mi (11.9 km) from Oaks of Cobden Golf Club and 10.6 mi (17.1 km) from Logos Land. Storyland and Westmeath Provincial Park are also within 25 mi (40 km).
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    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceListen to waves gently lapping. Solar system provides lighting. Back to the basics. Natural living. King size bed in loft space. Hippie bead curtains. Wood stove and space heater keep you warm and cozy. Pets such as dogs are an additional fee $12. 00 per day per day payable when you arrive. Text first. Guest Access2 Canoes, beach, swimming, fishing (you need a license I think) fire pit, and you can visit my organic garden any time you like :) Interaction with GuestsI live on the property as well just a 5 minute walk up the hill and around the bay. I will be available during check in to ensure you have everything you need, but I will leave you to have your peace and privacy after that. I am available if you have questions you can usually find me up working in the fields where our organic veggies and herbs are grown. You are welcome to visit anytime :) The NeighborhoodWild river shoreline. Bike trails. Close to Norway bay cottage area with a general store about 7 minute drive. There is another small town about a 10 minute drive with all the basic necessities available - gas, groceries camping goods, liquor store. Getting AroundBiking, walking or car is your best bet as this is a very rural area of Western Quebec. Other Things to NoteI have dishes , pots pans, glassware, cutlery, blankets and bedding, a small butane stove and fuel, bug spray and coils, some towels and face clothes, toilet paper for the outhouse. You will need to bring your own drinking water, flashlights, food cooler and ice ect.
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    The SpaceWELCOME TO "CHEZ LA BAIE" Weather you are ready for a girls getaway, fishing or ski doo trip with the guys, looking to de-stress in solitude, reconnecting with nature looking up at the stars from the deck/dock, rekindling a romance with a walk to the Wharf, or discover your roots, you deserve some time at the Bay. A little slice of heaven, super clean, warm and inviting personal space. 2 bedrooms, one with very comfortable queen size bed, fluffy pillows (different thicknesses to choose from), comforter and quilt, 4 tiered dresser, 2 side tables, lamps and small walk in closet. Second bedrooms with 2 twin beds and two closets plus dresser, lamp and overhead lights. Main bath has soap, shampoo, double shower, toilet, vanity, mirror and beach and bath towels and towel rack. Bunkie (sleep shed) has two twin beds. Four season fun and all the amenities to make your stay comfortable. Microwave, fridge, stove, blow dryer, board games, area map, apple/smart flat screen tv and 3 ceiling fans. Living room has three sides of windows for panoramic view of greenery. Newly installed and WETT certified/insured wood stove for your enjoyment. Sample an authentically Cdn experience with an evening of sweet smelling crackle and glow from firewood burning. (Mantel and surrounding tile to be installed). Enjoy the kayak, paddle board, rowboat and canoe at your own risk and only with life jackets and proper supervision. Guest AccessWifi Password is posted on the fridge. Front and back Private entry. Wheelchair accessible. You will have full run of the house. Enjoy! Henderson's convenience store is on Wharf Rd 10 min walk, drive 10 min to Shawville with Canadian Tire, Home Hardware, SAQ liquor store, Giant Tiger, gas station, Value mart, cafes, shops and conveniences. Interaction with GuestsYou will have privacy. Just text, email or phone me if there is anything you need to make your stay more enjoyable. Wifi and Apple TV. The Neighborhood1 hour 10 min from downtown Ottawa. DIRECTIONS: Take Island Park bridge to Aylmer then 40 min to Norway Bay Quebec via HWY 148 towards Shawville. Or from Kanata take Quyon Ferry to Hwy 148. Neighbouring communities are Bristol and Sand Bay. . Getting AroundYear round access. The Norway Bay -Bristol - Fort Coulonge -Shawville area is rich in culture and a mining/logging heritage that is uniquely Canadian. There are many artisian crafts and home grown specialty stores that provide wine, art and antiques to enjoy Fall weather permitting, I recommend coffee on the screened porch, a brisk morning walk to Henderson and the Wharf (10 min walk), Brunch at Pine Lodge or Cafe 349 in Shawville, GOLF at Norway Bay G&CC, Also horse back riding available. Sip a Tea or cider with your apple pie/Apple fritter after your tour at Coronation Hall (also offering sleigh rides), a drink on the dock then BBQ/ s'mores on the deck. . You will get a real sense of community and down home Canadian hospitality with friendly and respectful English speaking neighbours. Other Things to NoteEnjoy the extra 3 season bunkie sleeps 2 in twin beds in warm weather. Free parking for 6 in the driveway. Feel free to drive straight up to the door to unload your luggage and groceries. Professional services include Grass cutting and drive way ploughed in winter. Bottled water provided, tap water is usable for washing (not recommended for drinking at this time. Please place garbage in wood bin at road for collection on Mondays upon check out. Fireplace tile and Mantel to be installed in November 2016. Please take care when using woodstove keeping dampers open to the right. Feel free to use BBQ and chimneya. We own the 125x100 ft wooded lot directly across the street at 8 Bay Ave. Feel free to walk around or collect kindling/firewood for personal use only. Horse shoes and hammock. Natural inspiration and desk provided. Feel free to write in a journal, read a good book or bring your paint and canvass for a memorable experience.
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    The SpaceWelcome to Chateau Chipmunk on Calabogie Lake. We offer our guests a modern, two story, lakeshore home with spacious and well furnished rooms, panoramic views, steps to the private lakeshore with a large dock area plus two boat docks and two kayaks. In the summer you can boat, waterski, wakeboard, hike, bike, fish, golf, bbq and relax with family and friends. In Autumn, enjoy the spectacular colors of the leaves, bring your fishing poles, golf, hike, bike, atv, bbq and only 50 minutes to see an Ottawa Senators game! In the snowy months you can board, ski, cross country, tube, snowmobile, ice fish, catch snowflakes and read a book by a cozy fire. We've been renting to families and friends, clubs, golfers, brides, grooms and their guests since 2004. Book all 4 bedrooms with 4 full bathrooms, sleeps up to 10 guests comfortably at the standard rate. Extra guests are charged at $40 pp per night, not to exceed 12 persons total. No charge for infants under 3 years of age. Beds are King; King and roll away cot; Queen, Twin, Twin; Double; Double Sofa Sleeper in the family room and a roll-away cot. Taxes: The required taxes are not included in the rate and must be remitted separately. When a reservation for Chateau Chipmunk is confirmed we will send you a separate invoice for the taxes (13%). We do not tax the damage deposit or the cleaning fee. Our apologies, Airbnb doesn't collect the necessary taxes or allow for owners to itemize this expense. We provide our guests a full receipt with all costs itemized. Please feel free to contact us with any questions. Please be Advised: - We rent to families and responsible adults who appreciate a well maintained home. - Age Restricted: We do not rent to groups of singles under the age of 28. - No smoking is allowed in the house. Chateau Chipmunk is a non smoking home. - Apologies, no four legged friends or other pets are allowed on the premises. No exceptions. - RV's and campers are not allowed on the premises. The only guests allowed to use the house, the dock and the property in general are the guests listed on the reservation. We do not have the proper camping license, hook ups or independent facilities for rv's and campers. Sorry, no exceptions. - Chateau Chipmunk is a well maintained home, not a party house. The owners are responsible people who care about their property. Feel free to contact us with any questions or to discuss a reservation. Guest AccessGuest renters have access to the entire home or CONTACT US if you prefer to rent CC as a 3 bedroom/3 full bathroom home which sleeps six at a reduced rate. The upstairs master bedroom will be locked. Please Inquire. Minimum two nights. ALSO AVAILABLE AS A TWO BEDROOM/TWO FULL BATHROOM RENTAL, LOWER LEVEL ONLY. Please contact us if your group is not more than four persons (perfect for two couples) and you would like to rent the lake level of the house only. The rate is $245 night, minimum two nights. We are boat friendly. In the summer and warmer months guests can use the private lakeshore area a large boat dock. We offer two kayaks and some life jackets. We do not have child sized life jackets. All guests are strongly encouraged to use life jackets at the lake-shore and when boating, especially for children. Interaction with GuestsWe have a local property manager if any issues arise and we have a housekeeper if you require help with cleaning. If there are emergencies with the house or something is not working or breaks, there is no charge for contacting the prop mgr. If the issue is independent of household maintenance then you are responsible for reimbursing the prop mgr, same day. His fees are $27 - $40 hr. If you require extra housekeeping based on your usage, the housekeeper's fee is $22 hour paid directly to her. We can be reached by phone or email. Our contact info is in the Guest Info Guide (GIG) that guests receive upon a confirmed booking. The GIG contains important phone numbers and lots of other information to help make your vacation a most enjoyable one. The NeighborhoodWe live on the best street in Calabogie with the best neighbors on the planet. No one will bother you, yet if you are in need of help you will find our property manager and the people living on our road are very nice people. Chateau Chipmunk is basically on level ground to the water. We are not high bank as some other properties are. The water is pristine and deep off the far end of the dock. We advise guests to use the ladder when getting in and out of the lake, or use a boat platform if bringing your own boat. We provide some life jackets, non are child sized. Feel free to bring your canoes and kayaks, ski-doos, watertoys and fishing poles! You can take a wonderful walk along our road and not far from us is a portage trail. There are plenty of hiking and walking trails throughout the area. Getting AroundThere is plenty of parking space on the property. There is no public transit. Guests require a vehicle. Chateau Chipmunk is a scenic walk to town including the grocery store, pizzeria, a few restaurants, the LCBO, churches, local park and portage trail. A short drive is the Calabogie Peaks beach area, Dickson Mountain, which is great for hiking and Burnstown is about 15 minutes by car. Burnstown has boutique shoppes, art galleries, The Neat Coffee shop (highly recommended), The Black Bird Cafe (best restaurant in the area) and an ice cream and confections store. We recommend Renfrew or Arnprior for major grocery shopping. Other Things to NoteCalabogie is a picturesque little village. In the summer it comes alive with vacationers and owners who enjoy the lake and local festivals, especially the Calabogie Blues and Ribs Fest each August. In Autumn we have the last days of golfing and the early days of ATVing. We welcome wedding parties, book clubs and ladies groups, meditation seminars and retreats, family reunions and artistic retreats...brink your kayaks and canoes. Chateau Chipmunk is a wonderfully spacious home with four full bathrooms and a large family room downstairs with a well stocked kitchenette. In the winter Calabogie Peaks is a big draw for skiers and boarders, plus there is tubing, snowmobile trails, ice fishing, Christmas in the country and New Year's holidays. Bring your family and friends into the warmth and comfort of Chateau Chipmunk. All towels, bedding, linens are provided. Kitchen and bathroom supplies are provided, plenty of spices in the pantry, books and games in the family room, DVDs, playing cards and poker chips, three TVs, a wood burning fireplace and a propane fireplace, it all awaits you. Calabogie and the Madawaska area has an abundance of lakes and rivers for boating, canoeing and fishing. The area has some wonderful golf courses and the Calabogie Motorsports Track. You can do lots...or relax and do nothing. It's yours to enjoy!
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    The SpaceI run an organic farming operation that includes vegetables and I make maple syrup each spring. You are welcome to visit the garden or the sugarbush at Zero Carbon Garden as part of your stay. I am always looking for volunteers to help around the farm too. I stay in a small cabin nearby in case there is any questions about living in the solar-powered house. There is a manual but sometimes folks aren't used to living off the grid. It is a great feeling. I have been doing it for 20 years and each day the sun shines I am grinning with joy! So will you as you learn to manage your energy needs and learn to live more simply. Guest AccessYou have access to the trails, shoreline, canoe(s), beach, all the house and can visit the garden anytime. It is a pretty quiet peaceful place except in the fall and spring when thousands of Canada geese return and then the river is alive with a multitude of honking! Interaction with GuestsI will need to visit the house to check the solar system daily. Shouldn't be more than 10 minutes and I can show you the various manual tasks such as pumping water and monitoring the power bank if you want to learn about such things. The NeighborhoodThere aren't many people who live nearby. My closest neighbors are across the river in Ontario which is about 2 miles away. I sometimes rent out the old boat house but that is across the bay and is itself as private as this house. Getting AroundThere is a daily bus to Ottawa/Hull but no much else for public transportation but plenty of people commute to the city each day. Other Things to NoteThere is a compost toilet and a regular toilet for your use. And if needed their is a secluded out door John (outhouse) with a good library!
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    The SpaceVery private retreat with hiking and biking trails lets you enjoy the famous autumn colors. You can help harvest the organic garden or visit the maple bush as I ready it for next years maple syrup season. The house is very large with windows looking out on the Ottawa River. I am a gardener-writer who is not in the house often so you would have the place to yourself quite a lot. Guest AccessJoin me in celebrating the fall harvest from the garden. Work remotely on my high-speed internet connection,,,, walk away into the mists of the river in a moment to watch osprey dive into the clear water. Campfires in the evening extend our summer further. If we get too crowded I can retreat into the treehouse or beach house. Interaction with GuestsI attend two farmers markets each week and often stay overnight in the big city so you will be self-sufficient at times. Make the most of your freedom. The NeighborhoodThe Pontiac region is a neglected jewel with many outdoor activities such as bicycle and horse trails, white-water rafting, zip lines and hiking. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation except for the daily bus to Ottawa/Hull. Other Things to NoteThere is lots of solar power but living here will teach you how to conserve energy and be conscious of choices.
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    4br Home/Apartment
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    The home is designed to be enjoyed throughout all seasons. Whether skiing at “Calabogie Peaks” or swimming in or boating on the clear water of "Calabogie Lake” you are certain that this captivating lifestyle will beckon you to extend your stay.
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    3br Home/Apartment
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    • Pets Allowed
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    The SpacePls visit site for wh(URL HIDDEN) to get an idea of this upscale, beautiful cottage club. Absolutely NO SMOKING in the cottage pls. Non smokers preferred. Guest AccessA golf cart is assigned to the cottage for your use in the cottage club area.
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    1br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    The SpaceThis is a private tenting campsite with firepit and access to the beach and canoe. Because we want to treat the shoreline with respect we are trying to limit the campsite to small eco-aware folks so we may ask questions before we actually book people. As custodians of the land, it is our responsibility to ensure all lifeforms are respected. You must bring your own tent and supplies such as drinking water, ice and cooler, and other equipment. We provide an axe and some firewood which needs to be split. You can visit our organic vegetable garden during the summer and fall months, and even pick pea or two. Guest AccessYou can access the beach and the canoes. Visit the gardens near the barn and perhaps even visit the sugarbush and the spring that flows from the upper end of the property. Interaction with GuestsTom lives on the property and will meet you when you arrive to make sure you are settled in and to ask any questions. He is the gardener and is often looking for help to load the truck to take to the farmers markets or to make a delivery. Other Things to NoteThere is an outdoor composting toilet and all toilet paper provided.
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    The SpaceOur home is known to previous generations as 'The Carswell House' and is located on a five acre lot overlooking the Town of Renfrew. A one hour drive to the east will get you to Ottawa or heading west will take you to Algonquin Park. Historically, this house has played a major role in the town's early development. The horse drawn wagons or sleighs congregated at the gates to the property on Opeongo Road and James Carswell was said to lead the annual procession into the interior of the county. In addition, local legend has it that Robertson Davies in his book 'What's Bred in the Bone' (1985), used this landmark house on the hill as a setting for some aspects of the story. In honouring it's special place and history within Renfrew, this property has been carefully re-stored to yield some of the experience of 19th century living with tastefully added up-dates to insure a wonderful visit. South Bedroom: Comes with a queen-sized four poster oak bed with an electric fireplace. Beautiful views through handsome restored French windows to the south and west allow for ample natural light which compliments the venetian plaster on the ten foot high walls. Please note that in order to maintain the historical character of this room, the washrooms are shared with the other guestroom. However the toilet is located in a separate room from the shower, 6 foot clawfoot tub and marble sink area. This was good planning then and it still works today. Enjoy using the original fixtures dated 1890. Guest AccessGiven the lay-out of this house, there will be discrete interaction between guests and hosts. There are areas both inside and outside the house for reading, listening to music/radio. A television is in the family room and guests are welcome to use it if they wish. Basic kitchen privileges are offered and extra refrigeration is available during the summer period. Interaction with GuestsAs hosts we respect your privacy. We do however, enjoy company and lively discussion so feel free to interact. During the warmer months our outdoor casual dining area also includes a regulation dartboard for those who are interested in exercising their arms. The NeighborhoodOur home is located in a quiet neighbourhood within the Town of Renfrew. Our large lot affords a country setting and is a five minute walk to the main street. Mat-Te-Way Park has beautiful walking trails and recreational areas that can be accessed from our back yard. Check out our historic O'Brien Theatre on Renfrew's attractive main street along with restaurants, pubs and many stores. Getting AroundYou will require a vehicle for most activities as there is no public transit available in Renfrew. There is a car rental agency (Budget) as well as a taxi service. Free parking is offered in Renfrew and the main street is a five minute walk from our door. Other Things to NoteThe Upper Ottawa Valley has something to offer everyone. Renfrew in particular acts as a shopping and service hub for communities within a 30 minute drive. In terms of physical activities this area offers everything one would expect from a four-season tourist zone. Many skilled artists and craftspeople reside throughout the Ottawa Valley. Enjoy our 'Contintental Breakfast' before leaving and note that all destinations can be visited after a short and scenic drive. Here you can be as active as you wish or relax with a good book.
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    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceOur home is known to previous generations as 'The Carswell House' and is located on a five acre lot overlooking the Town of Renfrew. A one hour drive to the east will get you to Ottawa or heading west will take you to Algonquin Park. Historically, this house has played a major role in the town's early development. The horse drawn wagons or sleighs congregated at the gates to the property on Opeongo Road and James Carswell was said to lead the annual procession into the interior of the county. In addition, local legend has it that Robertson Davies in his book 'What's Bred in the Bone' (1985), used this landmark house on the hill as a setting for some aspects of the story. In honouring it's special place and history within Renfrew, this property has been carefully re-stored to yield some of the experience of 19th century living with tastefully added up-dates to insure a wonderful visit. West Bedroom: Comes with a double-sized bed and a west view looking into the courtyard. This room also has a ten foot ceiling with lots of light that reflects off the original pine floor. Please note that in order to maintain the historical character of this room, the washrooms are shared with the other guestroom. However the toilet is located in a separate room from the shower, 6 foot claw foot tub and marble sink area. This was good planning then and it still works today. Enjoy using the original fixtures dated 1890. Guest AccessGiven the lay-out of this house, there will be discrete interaction between guests and hosts. There are areas both inside and outside the house for reading, listening to music/radio. A television is in the family room and guests are welcome to use it if they wish. Basic kitchen privileges are offered and extra refrigeration is available during the summer period. Interaction with GuestsAs hosts we respect your privacy. We do however, enjoy company and lively discussion so feel free to interact. During the warmer months our outdoor casual dining area also includes a regulation dartboard for those who are interested in exercising their arms. The NeighborhoodOur home is located in a quiet neighbourhood within the Town of Renfrew. Our large lot affords a country setting and is a five minute walk to the main street. Mat-Te-Way Park has beautiful walking trails and recreational areas that can be accessed from our back yard. Check out our historic O'Brien Theatre on Renfrew's attractive main street along with restaurants, pubs and many stores. Getting AroundYou will require a vehicle for most activities as there is no public transit available in Renfrew. There is a car rental agency (Budget) as well as a taxi service. Free parking is offered in Renfrew and the main street is a five minute walk from our door. Other Things to NoteThe Upper Ottawa Valley has something to offer everyone. Renfrew in particular acts as a shopping and service hub for communities within a 30 minute drive. In terms of physical activities this area offers everything one would expect from a four-season tourist zone. Many skilled artists and craftspeople reside throughout the Ottawa Valley. Enjoy our 'Continental Breakfast' before leaving and note that all destinations can be visited after a short and scenic drive. Here you can be as active as you wish or relax with a good book.
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    3br cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    Cosy 3 bedroom cottage located on beautiful Stone Lake. Stone Lake is a 2 mile lake with beautiful clear, clean, blue water. Our cottage is 3 bedroom, the sunroom is all windows to give a spectacular view of the lake while sitting inside having your morning coffee or evening beverage. Screened in Gazebo allows for evenings outside with the fire pit close by. BBQ is on the deck, right off the kitchen with a patio table for suppers outside. Hot and Cold running water, 1 full bathroom, living room, full kitchen. Electric and Wood heating. Stone Lake has great fishing and swimming. Lots to do in the Greater Madawaska area, it is perfect for families, fisherman, hunters, golfers, skiers, boaters, ATV, Snowmobile and walking trails, the Calabogie race track is right next door. Local Artisans, farmers markets, speciality shops, restaurants are all waiting for you to explore. Just 60 minutes from Ottawa and 2 hours from Brockville. Clear star lit skies and Stone Lake help to finish off your relaxing day getting you ready for a good nights sleep.