Comfortable, bright room with a double bed near the lac St-Francois which offer a scenic views of the river, wildlife, and ships (large and small). One hour from Montreal, it is a very good spot to relax.
Welcome to our serene place!
Smoking is not allowed in the apartement, but there are a front porch and a covered baclony where you can smoke.
Please call before you arrive - especially if you're arriving late.
No pets, extra guests, parties or loud activities after 10 pm, please.
We are seeking responsible, relaxed and honest guests. Ensure doors and windows are closed and locked when you leave the house.
We would prefer if our guests do not cook meat.
Cancella la prenotazione fino a 24 ore prima del viaggio per ottenere un rimborso totale. Puoi cancellare la prenotazione anche entro 24 ore dal tuo arrivo, ma la prima notte non verrà rimborsata.
We're an Irish/French vegetarian couple (but we do eat eggs/milk/cheese) and would be happy to share a meal with you if you are curious...
We are interested in many things: home baking (bread), sports, home made stuff, travelling, other cultures, renewable energy, renovation etc.
Carlo - 32 with dual Canadian/Irish citizenship and a degree in civil engineering technology.
Myriam - 27 French national, certified electrician and have a degree in philosophy.
I was also a harpist and studied music for 9 years.
We're travellers, we love to be on the move but we always seem to be on a budget!
Walking is the default mode of transportation when you're backpacking so we tend to walk and walk and walk when we're somewhere new... Especially when we're somewhere totally different (India and Southeast Asia, for example).
I used to have a private pilot's licence, but let it lapse in order to go back to school and to go travelling with Myriam (which we did when I finished my degree and she finished her electrican's apprenticeship).
Our last big trip together was 5 months in India, 2 months in Vietnam and one month each in Laos, Cambodia and Thailand.
During our time in India we spent one month in Ladakh, mainly in very rural areas (Likir, Lamayuru, Panikhar) and spent much of our time either wandering in the mountains or helping our hosts with their daily activities.
In Thailand we stayed mainly in the north to see and appreciate the quieter side of Thai life and half of the time we spent in Cambodia was in Siem Reap to visit the temples of Angkor Wat.
Our last European trip was in France where we spent a few weeks WWOOFing and then wandered across to Switzerland, up to Brussels and back to France, visiting friends and camping along the way.
In Canada we have only taken one 'proper' trip so far, we left Quebec in November and drove our trusty, rusty Ford Focus to Winnipeg, MB to see my sister, her husband and my tiny five-month-old niece.
On our way back we took a 'little' detour to visit Duluth, my family in Wisconsin/Chicago and Niagara Falls.