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When I think of the fall season, I think of vibrant colors, crisp air, not-as-busy trails and cabins. Quebec has always been on my bucket list—mainly as a hiking destination in the fall. It wasn’t until I started researching that I realized how prominent the cabin culture was. In this blog post, you’ll find the best cabins in Quebec that I stayed at this past September and others that I hope to stay at in the future. Some are on the fancier end, while others are glamping experiences.
This cabin was definitely one of the nicest cabins I’ve ever had the pleasure of staying at and one of the best cabins in Quebec. The design, both exterior and interior, is so incredibly beautiful. You can tell that a lot of hard work went into every corner of this space. There is space for four people, an outdoor hot tub, BBQ, two fireplaces, and more.
I booked this cabin 1-1.5 months before my trip to Quebec, but reservations filled up fast. Make sure to join their email list to find out about cancellations if you’re finding it tough to get a reservation. There are also a bunch of other cabins in the Lac-Beauport area that you can check availability for on their website—you won’t be disappointed.
Au Diable Vert
While I wasn’t able to make visit this property in Sutton on my recent trip, it will be at the top of the list for my next trip. There are several treehouses on the property but my favorite is the Paradis Perché! Imagine waking up in the trees in your own little oasis! You’ll need to bring your own sleeping bags or covers for the beds, pillowcases, flashlights/headlamps, towels, and all cooking/kitchen equipment—because of this, I’d say that this is a glamping experience. Firewood is needed to heat the treehouse and you can buy firewood on site. There’s also a central shower building, with toilets, showers, and a sauna (in the winter months).
This property in St-Sauveur has several cabins and treehouses—the Kube, Mojito, Shack, Stella, Ground, and Chalet—that are all unique in their own way. My friends and I stayed in the Stella and Ground, but I really loved the Shack and Cube, too. Check out all of their cabins here.
It is more of a “glamping” experience as you need to bring your own sleeping bags/bedding. Each cabin has its own fireplace to keep you warm (unlimited firewood is available on the property which is a huge bonus), various cooking appliances, gas BBQ, board games, and a living area.
There is a main cabin that is a great shared space that has a huge eating area, along with a stove, fridge, and pots and pans. I ended up cooking and eating all my meals here and loved having this place to hang out with all my friends (and the other people staying on the property).
No outside vehicles are allowed on the property, but you’ll get a fun valet service to your cabin so don’t worry about having to lug your bags up to your cabin. The owner is incredibly hospitable, has an incredibly cute pup, and is kind. This property is definitely home to some of the best cabins in Quebec and I can’t wait to go back.
Hinterhouse is tucked away in the woods near Mt Tremblant and has a simple yet stunning design. It is ‘inspired by cabins in the Norwegian mountains, using Japanese design cues and minimalist philosophy.’ This cabin sleeps 4, has a private sauna with floor-to-ceiling windows and thoughtful touches throughout the space. It’s one of those stays that is more than just a home for the night, it’s an experience. I can’t wait to stay here on my next trip to Quebec.
It looks like there will be a second cabin, named stealthhouse, that can be booked soon, too.
This is one of the best cabins in Quebec because it’s a simple, yet cozy stay. They provide you with everything you need (bedding, kitchen, etc.). There are a bunch of cabins (that all look similar) all next to one another, but it feels like you’re secluded in the woods. It’s important to note that you’ll need to purchase firewood from the office to keep toasty and there isn’t wifi. It’s an inexpensive stay in Sutton and one that I’d take over a hotel room any day.
If you’re looking for a great place to stay for a couple of nights while in the Lac-Supérieur area (close to Mont Tremblant), this is the perfect place. I didn’t have a chance to go on my trip, but it definitely is one of the best cabins in Quebec. The cabin is perfectly situated right along the Diable River so you can swim, kayak, use the hot tub, hike on the nearby trails. I could see myself booking this property for a couple of nights.
Scandinavian Spahaus 126
This modern cabin in Quebec is so high on my bucketlist—I mean just look at it! There’s a sauna, two balconies, hot tub, BBQ, plenty of space, fireplace (with wood), and more. It basically has everything you need and it has an incredible design. It’s in the Lac-Supérieur area (close to Mont Tremblant) as well and is a great space if you have a bigger group (of seven guests).