1 Double bed
Lake or river access
Le Jeannot – enregistrement/registration 305428 – exp 2024-06-30
Discover comfort and tranquility at Le Jeannot chalet, located in the picturesque region of St-Félicien. Ideal for families and small groups, this chalet can accommodate up to 6 people, 4 adults and 2 kids, in its three comfortably furnished bedrooms. You'll find one bedroom with a Queen-sized bed, one bedroom with a double bed and one with a bunk bed (single mattresses). This setup ensures that every traveler enjoys a restful night after a day full of outdoor activities. The rooms are tastefully furnished and offer all the comforts you need to feel at home.
The chalet comes with a fully-equipped kitchen, where you can find everything you need to prepare memorable meals—from the stove to the dishes, to modern cooking utensils. Outdoors, you can also enjoy a BBQ available from May to October.
One of the chalet's strong points is undoubtedly its large windows, which not only fill the rooms with natural light but also offer a breathtaking panoramic view of the majestic Lac Saint-Jean. Imagine sipping your morning coffee while watching the sunrise over the lake from the comfort of your living room. The chalet offers direct access to Lac Saint-Jean, making it easy to engage in various water activities, be it kayaking, fishing, or just swimming. Included in your rental are two inflatable kayaks along with four flotation jackets. After a day filled with activities, what better than to gather with family or friends on the terrace to enjoy the summer breeze? Both an outdoor and an indoor fireplace are available to bring everyone together. Looking for entertainment? A babyfoot table is at your disposal.
Le Jeannot is the ideal place to recharge and enjoy an incomparable relaxing experience while offering easy access to the diverse tourist attractions of the St-Félicien and Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean regions. Here are some attractions that might charm you
Zoo sauvage de St-Félicien: One of Quebec's most popular zoos, offering a unique experience with boreal wildlife.
Parc Aventures Cap Jaseux: Located a few kilometers from St-Félicien, this park offers various outdoor activities like climbing, kayaking, and zip-lining.
Musée amérindien de Mashteuiatsh: This museum offers an immersion into the culture of the Pekuakamiulnuatsh First Nations people.
Route Verte cycling circuit: For cycling enthusiasts, this network covers various towns and landscapes, including the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region.
Culinary tourism: The region is also known for its local produce like fine cheeses, craft beers, and blueberries.
Pointe Scott Beach: A beautiful beach on the shores of Lac Saint-Jean, ideal for relaxation and water activities.
Saguenay Fjord: A few hours' drive away, offering an exceptional boating and hiking experience with spectacular views.
Book now, but please note that you must be at least 21 years old to book. A minimum stay of two nights is generally required, which can increase to three nights during long weekends and holidays. In summer time, only stays of 7 nights or more are possible, check in and check out on Sunday's only. Unfortunately, pets are not allowed. Please note that you’ll find a security camera in the parking lot.