|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Suitable for childrenAsk
Suitable for the elderlyNo
|Theme||Ski, Away from it all, Mountain|
Description from the owner
Spacious mountain-side home with hot tub and full-size pool table, only 15 minutes from Tremblant resort.
In a peaceful setting this modern country home is the ideal choice for a memorable family holiday or a weekend getaway with friends. The homeâ€™s open-plan living area with centerpiece fireplace is perfect for entertaining, while the addition of a family room with full-size pool table & large flat-screen TV provides space to relax after a day on the slopes. Youâ€™ll find all the comforts of home in the homes 5 roomy bedrooms spread over three floors. Step outside and enjoy the relaxing warmth of the private hot tub or just curl up w...Read more
Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada
(Property location is approximate)
Additional Location Information
Location Type Away from it all, Mountain
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in CAD) (change)
|Rate Summary||$612 - $808||$612 - $808||$2,957 - $3,902||$0||2 nights|
|Jan. 4 2013 - Feb. 7 2013||$710||$710||$3,427||-||2 nights|
|Feb. 8 2013 - Mar. 16 2013||$808||$808||$3,902||-||2 nights|
|Mar. 17 2013 - Mar. 31 2013||$710||$710||$3,427||-||3 nights|
|Apr. 1 2013 - Jun. 27 2013||$612||$612||$2,957||-||2 nights|
|Jun. 28 2013 - Jul. 18 2013||$636||$636||$3,075||-||2 nights|
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|Jul. 19 2013 - Aug. 22 2013||$734||$734||$3,550||-||3 nights|
|Aug. 23 2013 - Oct. 13 2013||$661||$661||$3,192||-||2 nights|
|Oct. 14 2013 - Dec. 19 2013||$612||$612||$2,957||-||2 nights|
|All Other Dates||$612||$612||$2,957||-||2 nights|
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- Damage deposit - $979 - Security Deposit
- Tax rate - 15% of rental - Tax
Additional notes from owner
Regional lodging tax, and provincial & federal sales taxes are charged on all reservations
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 02, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Boreale was a beautiful chalet, located on its own private, secluded land. The attention to detail taken by the property manager was very apparent. Although it was a private chalet, it felt like a hotel when we walked in. The property manager made sure to turn on the lights and the heat the morning of our arrival so that the chalet was very inviting and welcoming when we arrived. The chalet was very clean - there were even towel animals on the bed (this detail is not even found in top notch hotels! Someone from the office came by after our arrival to ensure that we had everything we needed.
Sometimes, we find that pictures are deceiving. However, this was not the case for Boreale. The chalet was as spacious as described, and looked exactly like the pictures showed. We came with a large group but not once did we feel crowded. The furnishings in the room were modern and sleek. The bathrooms were clean and beautiful. 2 out of the 3 bathrooms had a nice large soaker tub. I noticed that the shower had a rainfall shower head. With 10 people, we did not run out of hot water nor was water pressure weak. There were even heated floors.
The large kitchen facilitated cooking for a large group. There were pots, pans and some basic seasoning ingredients (salt, pepper, sugar). However, I always travel with a spice rack so this was not a pain point for me. I did find it difficult to cook though because the pots were small so I had to cook in multiple small batches.
Location wise, it was easy to get to. The property manager also gave great directions so that we would be able to find the chalet (this was useful because the GPS signal was not reliable in the area). After getting there, we were familiar enough to not need the directions anymore. Grocery stores (Maxi, Super C, IGa) and a Canadian Tire was a five minute drive away. We were skiing at Tremblant for two days and from Boreale, there's an option to go to the South Base (the village) or the North Base. We opted to go to the North Base because there were typically less people and better parking options. Distance wise it was close but time wise, it still took around 20 minutes since the route consisted of small rural roads that were extremely bumpy (if you drove faster than 60km/hr you would be flying off these bumps and landing hard)
The private hot tub was much appreciated luxury after a day of skiing. The woods provided not only privacy but a scenic and peaceful landscape from the hot tub. The only negative feedback I have is that the water temperature of the hot tub. The water was not as hot as the usual, even at the maximum setting. Nevertheless, it was still a nice contrast to the -15 temperatures outside.
All in all, compared to the prices of lodging at the Tremblant village, Boreale provided much better value and amenities. Boreale is a hidden gem and I hope to come back here my next ski vacation.