Rates and availability
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To request availability or to reserve this chalet, do it here
They are set on the basis of supply and demand and they vary seasonally.
- Taxes are included in the rates
- Housekeeping fees of $ 150 are applicable
- 2 nights minimum in low season
- 6 night minimum in high season
- Prices are for 6 people (8 adults and 4 children)
- For any additional person, an additional charge of $ 20 per day per person is to be expected
- Prices vary according to the number of nights
- Advantageous rate for 6 nights and more
Low season – 2 nights minimum
September 13 to December 18
January 4 to February 25
March 8 to June 12
Weekend rate: $ 700
Weekly rate: $ 1700 (6 nights)
High season – 6 nights minimum
June 13 to September 12
December 19 to January 3
Weekly rate: $ 2200
New prevention measures
We would like to reassure our customers that in connection with the Coronavirus, we are taking the necessary measures to disinfect all our chalets. We are also tightening up our housekeeping protocols by getting into the habit of disinfecting door handles, refrigerators and other surfaces that may have been in contact with bacteria, here are a few examples:
- door handles
- remote controls
- crockery and cutlery
- chalet keys
- disinfect all bedding in the laundry room, as we always have.
If necessary, a minimum period of 48 hours between two rentals will be ensured for proper cleaning as well as rigorous follow-up with customers who have left. We want to know if our staff or our future customers are at risk since your health is important to us.
- 1 bedroom with 1 queen bed
- 1 bedroom with 2 bunk beds (single)
- 1 bathroom with clawfoot tub, shower, washer, dryer
- 1 living room with 2 sofas 3 people
- 1 non-wired TV
- 1 DVD
- heated floors in all rooms
- 1 living room with 2 sofas 3 people
- 1 gas fireplace
- 1 bedroom with queen bed
- 1 bathroom with shower
- 2 hair dryers
- 1 fully equipped kitchen
- 1 glass roof with furniture (1 table and 8 chairs)
- 1 balcony
- 2 bedrooms with queen bed
- 1 bathroom with shower
- 1 rest area with 1-seater sofa
Equipment provided and not provided during the stay
Provided during the stay
- Fully equipped kitchen (cookware, dishes, utensils, assorted glasses, slow cooker, 1 electric fondue and raclette stove, filter coffee makers).
- Bass cleaning products provided for the duration of the stay (all-purpose cleaner, dish soap and hand soap)
- Sanitary paper provided for the start of the stay
- Bedding / towels provided
- DVD player
- Central sweeper
- Iron and board
- Spa overlooking the river
- Outdoor children’s park
- Spa towels available on site
- Outdoor fire area with 5 adult chairs and 4 children’s chairs
- 1-seater kayak and pedal boat on site
- Pool noodles
- 2 life jackets (adult) and 2 children’s jackets available on site (33-ss)
- 2 small private sandy beaches (ideal for children)
Not provided during the stay
- Washer / dryer, soap not provided
- Dishwasher soap or tablets not provided
- Wood for outdoor fires, not provided (see welcome booklet, below for info)
- Filters and coffee, not provided
- Within walking distance of snowshoe trails (10 meters)
- On the route des bleuets bike site (at the end of the path)
- 3 minutes from snowmobile trails (exit from T93 road)
- 3 minutes from quad trails (trail 90)
- 10 minutes from Péribonka and the Louis-Hémon museum
- 10 minutes from Pointe-Taillon National Park
- Close to (1.5 km) the village of Sainte-Monique (restaurants, café, grocery store)
- 25 minutes from the Lac Saint-Jean Historical Society museum (l’Odyssée Des Bâtisseurs)
- 35 minutes from the Trappist Fathers chocolate factory
- 35 minutes from the Médard and Maurice Saint-Laurent cheese dairy
- 60 minutes from Saint-Félicien Zoo, 2o minutes
- 60 minutes from the Historic Village of Val-Jalbert
- 60 minutes from the Fairy Hole Cave
- 60 minutes from Mont Lac-Vert
- 1h20 minutes from the Lac Saint-Jean White Fishing and Black Bear Observation
- 1h20 minutes from the Amerindian Museum of Mashteuiatsh
- 50% of the cost of the rental is required when booking
- 50% of the balance of the reservation is payable thirty days before the date of the beginning of the stay
- 100% of the total cost, when the reservation is made less than thirty (30) days before the date of the beginning of the stay
- A breakage and damage deposit of $ 800 is required 30 days prio to arrival
- To book this cottage, contact one of our specialists here
All cancellations must be made in writing and addressed to the rental agency.
If the cancellation notice is received more than thirty (30) days before the start date of the stay, the initial deposit will be retained by the landlord as damages. The security deposit for breakage or damage will be returned.
If the cancellation occurs less than thirty (30) days prior to the date of stay, all sums collected will be retained by the landlord as damages, except the security deposit for breakage or damage which will be returned.
Temporary policy in the event of force majeure and Coronavirus (Covid-19)
In the current situation, we have relaxed our usual cancellation policies to give you as much flexibility as possible with your stay. We want you to enjoy your stay up to your expectations! When canceling a reservation, travelers have various cancellation and refund options and the agency reserves the right to analyze each of the reservations on a case-by-case basis, at the time the cancellation is made and more. government recommendations.
If you are eligible, we will issue a full refund or issue a travel credit including all service charges for covered cancellations. To be able to cancel under this policy, you will have to attest to the facts or provide documents justifying that your request is eligible for a case of force majeure. Cancellations are processed based on force majeure coverage in effect at the time of the request, and reservations already canceled will not be reassessed.
When a reservation has already started (the arrival date has passed), this case of force majeure does not apply.
Circumstances requiring supporting documents
Death of a traveler, additional traveler, close relative or caregiver. You will need to provide one of the following documents:
- Death certificate
- The obituary
- The obituary naming the deceased
- A police report
A serious and unexpected illness or injury affecting a person in the traveling party. You will need to provide a medical certificate confirming that this person is unable to travel due to serious injury or unexpected illness. The medical certificate must be provided no later than 14 days after cancellation and dated after booking. At this time, any pre-existing conditions known to the user at the time of booking are not covered by our Force Majeure Policy.
Official civic obligations including jury duty, travel restrictions, court appearances or military deployment. You will need to provide a copy of the official notice with the name of the person fulfilling the obligation, dated after the day the reservation was made.
A transportation disruption that makes it impossible to get to your destination, including road closures and flight cancellations, with no other mode of transportation available. This includes closures and cancellations caused by natural disasters such as earthquakes or severe storms. You will need to provide a road closure notice or an airline-issued document confirming the cancellation of your flight. You will also need to provide a supporting document proving the impossibility of reaching your destination.
Train, bus or ferry cancellations without another alternative route on the same day. You will need to provide documentation clearly demonstrating that the carrier was not providing service that day, such as a screenshot of the company’s website or a link to a company statement.
Circumstances requiring special consideration
No documentation is required in these circumstances, but our team of specialists review each case to confirm that you are directly affected.
Natural disasters, terrorist activities and civil or political disturbances which prevent a traveler from reaching or leaving a destination, or which make it unsafe to receive travelers.
An epidemic or disease that suddenly affects an area or affects a whole group of people. This excludes existing diseases associated with a region, such as malaria in Thailand or dengue in Hawaii. Changes in our policy following the onset of an epidemic, and changes in the scope of this policy, are decided based on announcements from the World Health Organization and the local authorities concerned.
Travel restrictions imposed by a government, civilian legislative body or the military that restrict travel to or from the accommodation or location of the experience.
Interruptions to essential public services affecting the location of the accommodation or the location of the experience.
Changes in visa or passport conditions making it impossible to reach the travel destination. This excludes the loss or expiration of travel documents.
The next step
If the following conditions apply to your situation, first contact one of our professionals. If your reservation meets the criteria for force majeure, it will be eligible for cancellation without penalty. If you are a traveler, you will receive a full refund.
Official site of the Government of Quebec
Quebec Tourism Industry Alliance
Self-care guide, to protect your health and the health of others
Arrival is after 16h and departure before 11h. To change your time of arrival or departure, you must contact the agency at least 2 days before arrival, we will do our best to assist you. A $ 50 fee is applicable for early or late arrival.
Instructions for a successful vacation
So that we can prepare the place for the next visitors, we ask that you vacate the premises before 11 am on the day of your departure and that you comply with the following instructions during your stay:
- We don’t allow pets in most of our properties. If you wish to bring your pet, you must ask the manager beforehand. There are additional costs involved.
- Smoking is forbidden indoors.
- Please do not jump on the sofas or the beds.
- Noisy parties are forbidden after 11pm.
- We reserve the right to debit your credit card up to the security deposit amount (between 500$ and 1500$) for any breakage or damage to the property occurring during your stay.
When you leave, please take note of the following instructions:
- Close all the windows, switch off all lights and electrical appliances, place used bed sheets (not the duvet covers) in the bathroom or laundry room, place towels in the bathtub or shower.
- Adjust the thermostats to 18˚C and 5˚C during the summer.
- If you use firewood, please replace it in the box before your departure. To find out if wood is supplied or not, refer to the equipment section above or in the welcome book at the very end.
- Please wash and put away your dishes, empty the dishwasher, clean the barbecue grill (after you last used it) and sweep the floor.
- Please do not leave your garbage on the property. Place it in the containers provided at the nearby intersection or at the entry to the village when you leave.
- Please do not exceed the sleeping capacity in this establishment (unless previously arranged with the manager). Otherwise, fees of 10$-20$ per person per day will be deducted from your security deposit.
- It is forbidden to install on the premises, trailers or motor homes which have not been previously registered at the time of reservation unless a previous arrangement has been made: additional costs are required.
- If the instructions are not respected, fines to the amount of 100$ will be deducted from your security deposit.
Do you have any questions about your rental?
- To find out everything you wish to know about the equipment provided, snow-clearing, property upkeep, wifi code, welcome book, you will find all the information about your rental on this page, please read each section carefully.
- If you have any questions after your arrival, please email us at info@ monadressealouer.com, we’ll reply within an hour.
- In an emergency, after 8pm, you can reach a receptionist at 418-549-7111, or by email at info@ monadressealouer.com.
Rest assured that we’ll do everything we can to ensure you have a great stay in one of our experience lodgings.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Power outage Info
Is there a power outage in your area? You can find out how big an area is affected and when service will be restored.
Access to the bedroom with the water heater is right next to the bathroom in the basement, the code to open the door when needed is: 09160 + U
Spa utilisation et entretien
Spa use and maintenance
The spa is locked upon arrival to prevent accidents. To open it, use the key that is attached to the “16” key ring hanging on the hook at the entrance. Insert and turn the key a quarter of a turn and you’re done! To avoid personal injury on broken glass, only use unbreakable plastic glasses around the spa. They are located in the cupboard in the corner of the kitchen. DO NOT bring glass or porcelain dishes or bottles into the spa. In addition, no liquid should be spilled into the spa. This could cause breakage to the filtration system and render the quality of the water unsuitable for swimming.
Use of the Spa
To open the spa cover, you must first unlock it using the key attached to the “16” key ring and hooked into the entrance, and then detach the 4 clips (one on each side).
Always clean your feet in the basin before entering the spa.
The touchscreen is sensitive and does not require strong button presses. It’s a touch screen. So just touch it, without applying pressure. On the home screen, you will find buttons to start the pumps (buttons 1 and 2).
Press it to start either pump, the button will turn green. Press again to stop it.
Note that pump 1 is also used for the circulation of the spa and therefore has 2 speeds. If it turns for circulation (button is green and flashing), you can still leave it for massage by touching the button.
To change the water temperature, touch the button that indicates a thermometer. You can then increase or decrease the temperature as desired (the spa maintains the temperature by heating the water as needed), a temperature around 100 degrees Fahrenheit is generally recommended.
By touching the button that indicates a bulb, you can turn on the lights in the spa. Avoid touching the red button below the pump buttons. This is the self-test which lasts 15 minutes, during which the pumps and the heating
spa will be interrupted. When you exit the spa, be sure to turn off both massage pumps and the lights.
A spa being a hot environment and very conducive to the development of microbes, it is essential to follow these rules to the letter to keep the water clear and clean for swimming.
Always wash (shower) before entering the spa. This is necessary to avoid bringing in dirt but also to remove the oils from the skin and the creams used during the day. Never put cream on the skin before entering the spa.
Perform a water test, with the tabs provided for this purpose, every 2 days. Add chlorine tablets if necessary in the chlorinator. Note when you leave on a piece of paper or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org the owners if a parameter is unbalanced, we will take care of it on our next visit.
After swimming, add a capful of “step 2” product to the skimmer after swimming. If the spa has been used by several people (4 or more), put two plugs.
Keep the water level high enough, about two centimeters above the highest jets. If necessary, add water with the garden hose
You will find the towels for spa use in the antique cabinet in front of the downstairs bathroom, they are for spa use only, we appreciate that you take care of them and avoid taking them out to the bathroom. beach, in which case we would be obligated to charge you for them. It is therefore forbidden to use bath or shower towels for the outside, for the beach, we recommend that you bring your towels.
Before your departure please wash the towels used for the spa, we will take care of washing the bedding on our arrival, thank you for your cooperation!
Welcome to Pignon sur rive
Whether you are coming for the first time or are a frequent visitor, we will always be committed to providing you with the best service in a comfortable and personalized atmosphere.
We are at your entire disposal to make your stay as pleasant as possible. On the following pages you will find complete information on the use of the premises.
We hope you will find them useful during your stay.
If you need additional information or help planning your trip, get in touch with us!
Please take the time before your stay to read these useful and sometimes essential instructions. A copy of this document is also in the chalet.
Address: 160 chemin du Royaume, Péribonka, QC, GOW 2GO
We are located immediately after the village of Saint-Monique, slow down when leaving the village of Sainte-Monique, it is the path the path in front of the islands of Repos, on your right: The kingdom of the Patriots (path of the Kingdom).
Google map link: https://goo.gl/maps/hukkqGNHFFgB2q6X8
To access the chalet, you must dial the code on the door.
WIFI: Bell330 (network) Password: ED6512DE
In case of problem: email@example.com
The entry code that was disclosed to you in the confirmation of your reservation sent by email. It is very important to have this code in hand as soon as you arrive because we may not be able to assist you immediately with the code at the time of your arrival, it is an autonomous arrival, it is important to have the code on paper or memorize it before your arrival.
For travelers who have booked through the Airbnb platform and have received a confirmation by Airbnb, to learn more about the entry code, you should see the Travel Information section of the Arrival Instructions. Note that on the day of your arrival, Airbnb sends a message regarding the instructions for arrival, the keypad code or the code to open the secure box will be sent to you!
We ask you to pay particular attention to the following points:
✓ Please respect the tranquility for the well-being of our neighbors;
✓ The chalet is non-smoking;
✓ Please respect the ban on animals;
✓ For the tranquility of the neighborhood, fireworks are prohibited on the site and on the beach;
✓ Arrival at the chalet is at 4 p.m. and departure is before 11 a.m.
✓ In the hall, you have the key (# 16) of the shed for the kayak and other accessories for the beach (see exterior below);
RESPECT: We ask that you be respectful of the quiet neighborhood of the Pointe district and the fact that there are other vacationers and permanent residents in the surrounding area. Keep your voices low before 7 a.m. after 11 p.m., especially if you’re outside.
NON-SMOKING: The chalet is non-smoking. Please, do not leave any cigarette ends on the grounds, parking lots, beaches, etc.
OPEN FLAME IN THE CHALET: For insurance reasons, it is not allowed to use an open flame in the house (candle, candles). However, the birthday candles and the chocolate fondue pot candle are
FIREPLACE: The fireplace is controlled by the thermostat located next to the main floor bedroom door. To start it, just put the button to “heat” and wait. You will hear the automatic igniter make sparks, and the fireplace will go off
automatically after a few seconds (it may take 30-45 seconds if it has not been gone for a while). To stop it, simply turn the button back to off.
VENTILATION: Humidity does not mix with a wooden house. To prevent humidity from accumulating in the bathroom, please turn on the bathroom fan when you take a shower. For cooking, it is best to turn on the fan (located on the microwave oven, button at the bottom) when cooking, to avoid lingering odors in the house. To avoid odors coming from the septic tank, it is important to open a window a crack when running a fan in the house. This way you ensure fresh air is supplied to the house, rather than air drawn from the basement.
WATER: An electric pump provides the water supply. In the event of a power failure, a reserve of only a few liters is available. The water available throughout the chalet is treated with a softener, filter and UV light. Since this is soft water, you may notice that the soap foams more easily, in dishwater or in the washer (hence the importance of not using too much!). This water is drinkable but not necessarily pleasant to the taste, given the use of salts for the softener. You can use it to wash vegetables or brush your teeth without any problem. For consumption or for cooking (cooking pasta, vegetables or coffee), we invite you to use osmosis water, available from the small tap in the kitchen. Since this is a time consuming filtration, the system has a reserve of about 10 liters. If you use a large amount of this water quickly, you might face a shortage. It suffices to give the system time to regenerate the reserve for about fifteen minutes and the pressure should return. The softener system washes itself when needed, so you may hear running noises even if no one is using water in the house.
SECURITY: Make sure you keep the cabins locked while you are away. Even if we are in a safe neighborhood, we do not want unpleasant surprises. Keep the screen closed at all times.
PLUMBING BREAKDOWN: In the event of a plumbing breakage or major water damage, you can shut off the water as follows:
Close electrical circuit breakers # 13, # 15, # 17, # 19 (the electrical panel is located in the red room in the basement);
Open the bath and shower faucets in the basement;
GARBAGE AND RECYCLING: Use the containers made available to you for your waste and recycling, it is written on each container what to put inside. The containers reserved for this purpose are at the exit of the path, it is forbidden to leave your garbage at the chalet.
CELLULAR RECEPTION: Cellular reception is good at the site.
KITCHEN AND BBQ: We provide dish soap, toilet paper, tissue paper, salt, pepper and propane for the BBQ. We always keep a full propane tank on the lot.
BREAKAGE: If you find damaged / broken equipment or it happens during your stay, please notify us immediately.
BOOKS AND GAMES: The various books and games are for your enjoyment. Use them as you wish and be sure to leave them in good order for the following ones.
OUTSIDE: In the hall, you have the key (# 16) of the shed for the kayak and other accessories for the beach. The shed is below the main gallery at the back.
BEACH: The chalet’s private beach overlooks the Péribonka River, which gives it a little further on Lake Saint-Jean (reachable by kayak or pedal boat). It is a private beach, so there is no lifeguard. Swimming is at your own risk. On the other hand, it is a pleasant swim, because the lake is very clean with a sandy bottom and a gradual entry. It’s ideal for children. Please do not use the towels for the spa at the beach, bring your beach towels for this purpose.
GLASS OR BEER CAPSULE ON THE BEACH: To prevent anyone from getting hurt, we ask you not to leave sharp objects lying around on the ground. Avoid bringing glass bottles to the beach. For the same reason, please pick up any beer caps.
ADDITIONAL TOWELS: In all cases we strongly recommend that you bring your own towels for the beach.
KAYAK AND PEDALO: You will find the kayak and children’s games in the shed below the rear balcony (the paddle is in the shed). We ask you to put them back in the shed when you leave. The pedal boat can remain on the beach but we ask you when you leave to put it on the reverse side to prevent it from filling up with water if it rains.
FLOTATION JACKETS: The jackets available on site (2 for adults and 2 for children) are behind the curtain at the main entrance. Bring any additional jackets according to your specific needs for your safety, they are mandatory for activities on the water.
MARINAS, PUBLIC DOCKETS AND LANDING: if you want to bring your boat and do it on Lac Saint-Jean, you can use this useful link to find out if it is possible to navigate near the chalet, list of Marinas, public docks and jetties at SLSJ
CAMP FIRE: There is a private fire pit for campfires. Before starting a fire, it is essential to check whether there is no ban on open fires: http://www.sopfeu.qc.ca/fr/. If the index is yellow or red, it is absolutely forbidden to light a fire on pain of expulsion.
WOOD FOR FIRES: Wood is not provided during your stay, you will find it before your arrival at the chalet in the village of Sainte-Monique, 1.5 kilometers from the chalet at the “ Meastro Bonisoir ” food market, at 273 rue Honfleur, Ste-Monique or at ” Home Hardware ”, at 584 (QC-169), Sainte-Monique, QC G0W 2T0. The price is approximately $ 6.99, plus tax, per package.
DRINKING WATER: The water in the chalet is drinkable, very suitable for consumption!
HEATING: If you use the heating in the cabins, we ask you to reset the thermostats to 16 degrees before leaving. Wood-burning fireplaces are also very effective in heating cottages and removing humidity.
MAINTENANCE: Although we do our best not to disturb you, during your stay we may have to do some maintenance work such as cutting the grass, snow removal, etc.
BEFORE YOU LEAVE: Please leave the chalet and the land in the same condition as you found them on your arrival! Leave the set of keys in the combination box. We ask you to leave the chalet by 11 a.m.
SECURITY DEPOSIT: Since we’re sure you’re going to be exemplary guests 😉 there’s a good chance we won’t charge your credit card for compensation. However, if there are major breakages and you are responsible for them, my rental address may charge your credit card for the amount of the replacement of the broken item or additional cleaning caused by your actions.
NON-COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATIONS: If these regulations are not respected, sanctions can be applied up to expulsion
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the chalet well equipped? The chalet has everything you need for a pleasant stay: bedding, blankets, pillows, crockery, cutlery, pots and pans, dishwasher, kitchen accessories, games, books, etc. The chalet has its outdoor fireplace, gas BBQ and picnic table. Refer to the equipment section above. We suggest you bring your own beach towels, it is forbidden to use the towels available on site, they are for the use of the spas (in the cabinet under the cabinet with the instructions for the spa and others) . Bath towels are in each of the bathrooms.
Can I bring my pet? no
What are the arrival and departure times? Check-in time is 4:00 p.m. and check-out time is 11:00 a.m.
Is there a coffee maker in the chalet? The chalet has its coffee maker (filter), (and kettle). There is only the coffee to bring!
What do we do if there is a problem during our stay? If there is ever a problem in your chalet or on the site during your stay, let us know right away (firstname.lastname@example.org)! We are reachable at all times. Normally, we can find a solution quickly and it is better for us and for you that you let us know during your stay and not after!
Can I do laundry? Yes, there is a washer and dryer on site, downstairs on the main floor. We ask you to wash the towels used for the spa before your departure, Thank you!
Do you have any suggestions for good restaurants and activities in the area? In your chalet, we have left you with brochures of the attractions.
In what condition should we leave the chalet when we leave? The chalet must be left in the same condition as you took it. Leave the sheets in the bathroom on the floor near the washer and the towels in the shower. If possible, put away clean dishes from the dishwasher, clean the BBQ and sweep.
Where can we do our shopping? In Sainte – Monique, about 1 minute from the chalet.
How many beds do the chalets have? The chalet has 4 bedrooms with queen beds and a bedroom with two single bunk beds with heated floors.
Fire department: 911
Sûreté du Québec: 418-310-4141
Poison Center: 1-800-463-5060
Hydro-Quebec emergency: 1-800-790-2424
Municipality: 418 347-3592
Electricity (live wire dropped): 1-800-790-2424
Environment and Wildlife: 418-678-3567
Mont lac Vert ski resort: 1-800-344-1102
Tube slides: 1-800-344-4000 p. 29
Saint-Félicien Zoo: 1-800-667-5687
Historical village of Val-Jalbert: 1-888-675-3132
Véloroute du Fjord: 1-866-550-4541
Chocolaterie des Pères Trapistes: 1-800-550-4541
Ice fishing: 418-218-1994
Moulin des Pionniers: 418-256-8242
Crystal Lake: 418-213-0702
Excursion cruises: 1- 800-520-3364
Fromagerie Médard: 418-345-2407
* For more information on activities to do in summer and winter, visit our website under the following tab: https://www.monadressealouer.com/attraits-touristiques-lac-saint-jean/ in destination.
Property number 247774
An interim classification certificate for the tourist residence category was issued by the Corporation de l’industrie touristique du Québec, providing the client with a reliable portrait of the property to be leased while helping to improve the quality of the accommodation offer . The classification of tourist residences is identified by pictograms ranging from 1 to 5 stars. This classification is in progress.