This house is a reproduction of an ancestral home dating back to the
French regime in Canada. It was built by Pierre Ricard who had a keen
interest in heritage homes.
Albeit faithful to the Norman style, this stone house does include
adaptations to the local climate such as a foundation to protect its
inhabitants from the winter frost. The house is located at the edge of
the village on a very large parcel of land where you can find an outdoor
bread oven and a sugar shack.
This house is very popular for honeymooners as well as for small groups
up to 12 people. The total surface of the 2.5 floors is 1750 square feet.
Because the main floor in this house is made of wood, we can
accept animals (cats or dogs) during your stay, if you let us know in
advance (small fee).
New: a Queen size Murphy
bed can be installed on the main floor of this house to facilitate sleeping
for people which cannot access the second floor where bedrooms are.
It is optional and must be
reserved in advance.