Unusual accommodations in Lac-Saint-Jean

Would you like to experience an extraordinary adventure in Lac-Saint-Jean? Here is our se-lection of accommodations for an unusual night in the Domaine-du-Roy RCM.

Lodging with a 1920s theme

At the historic village of Val-Jalbert, sleep in the heart of an authentic village from the 1920s in one of the period houses. These houses are specially decorated and furnished in the style of the past for a most cozy and pleasant stay. The general store, meanwhile, offers rooms that are as elegant as they are comfortable. Rooms are offered as a package, including your access to the site, a table d'hôte dinner, and breakfast at the Restaurant du Moulin.

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Mini-Cabins in the heart of nature

In Saint-Félicien, the Domaine des Trois-Îles allows you to experience a peaceful vacation in the middle of the forest near the city. On the site, a several Coolbox models are offered to you, comfortable and modern mini-cabins that include all the amenities for a unique stay. By reserv-ing your Coolbox, you will have access to the Ashuapmushuan River and many activities to ex-perience a memorable moment in nature.

Did you know that the Domaine des Trois-Îles is accessible by the Véloroute des Bleuets? For cyclists, don't forget to add this stop to your itinerary!

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Live like nomads in a Mongolian yurt

A yurt is a circular tent that nomads in Central Asia once used. The Saint-Félicien campground offers four Mongolian Yurts, unique lodging that can accommodate up to 5 people. If you want a stimulating adventure for the whole family, some of these yurts are without electricity, which will make your experience in the life of nomads even more real.

In addition, Camping Saint-Félicien is located 2 minutes from the Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien, which makes it the perfect sleepover stop after a busy day!

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A night in the times of the pioneers

Le Moulin des Pionniers (Pionneer Mill), in La Doré, offers a stay in an ancestral house. Its con-struction dates back to the beginning of the colonization of Lac-Saint-Jean, although the house been recently renovated for maximum comfort. The Grand Camp, on the other hand, recreates the atmosphere that reigned in the logging camps of the time. It can accommodate up to 25 people and also has a reception room with a capacity of 75 people.

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To ensure a safe visit, specific measures have been put in place by the various tourist attrac-tions. However, it is possible that some of their activities or services have been suspended due to restrictive public health standards. Before making a reservation, contact the tourist site by phone or consult their website.