Over 250 years old, this house was home to generations of the Bilodeau family until 1965. Emile Bilodeau's barn even still exists in the backyard!
And, at the opening of the Mont-Sainte-Anne ski resort in 1965, the Ethier family took over. In 1987, the elderly son, Gilles, transformed this family house into a touristic residence for short term rental. Everyone can now enjoy and share this unique pearl.
The builders of this whitewashed stone house were undoubtedly inspired by
the style of homes in their native region of Normandy in France. They
adapted the house to the colder Quebec climate by making the roof steeper
and lengthening the cornices to prevent snow and ice from accumulating.
front veranda is a perfect place for a rocking chair on hot summer evenings.
There are four bedrooms on the second floor. Four to 12 people can feel
comfortable in this house. The total surface of the 2 floors is 2000 square
Because the main floor in this house is made with wood, we can
accept animals (cats or dogs) during your stay, if you let us know in
advance (small fee).