Nestled in a secluded haven in the middle of the forest, is this charming 3-bedroom residence that covers 2200 square feet. It is located in Saint-Ferreol-Les-Neiges and faces a quiet lake where you can venture out in a canoe.
Enjoy the spectacular view of the lake, the fragrance of the conifers, and experience how relaxing the privacy and quietude of L’Oasis.
The architecture of the home is extraordinary inside and out. The modern design of the back of the house will impress you and others that pass by on the lake. The interior is decorated beautifully with a warm, cottage style. The vaulted ceilings and towering windows create an open and bright living space for all to enjoy. The dreamy, large terrace has quality seating, so you may enjoy every minute peering out at the lake and the scenery surrounding it.
This is the perfect place for a ski vacation or a relaxing visit to the lake. The chalet is only 12 minutes from Mont Ste-Anne (ski resort and golf) and 20 minutes from Le Massif ski resort and downtown historic Quebec City are only 45 minutes away.
Your favorite memories may be made here!
Private Residence with 2 levels
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2200 square feet, 205 square meters
Queen, Queen, and Bunk
7 guests maximum
Quebec City, Jean Lesage Intl, (YQB)
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
Activities of Interest
- Snow Skiing
Places of Interest
- Quebec City- Beautiful city in Canada that sits on the Lawerence River with many attractions you must see
- Mont Ste-Anne ski resort and golf, http://mont-sainte-anne.com/en/
- Le Massif ski resort, http://www.lemassif.com/en/
- Jacques-Cartier National Park- is a provincial park located 50 kilometres north of Quebec City. The park aims to protect wildlife in the Laurentian Mountains
We stayed in the prime of the Fall colors and the view from the Chalet was extraordinary. Bruno was so accommodating and responsive. The house was fully equipped and charming. We thoroughly enjoyed using the included canoe to take in the beauty on the water and the swing table/chair overlooking the lake. This place truly restored our weary souls. We will return.”