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Chalet-Camping Domaine des Dunes

585 Moulin a Baude, Tadoussac, Quebec G0T 2A0 Canada
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#6 of 10 Speciality lodging in Tadoussac
In the shadow of a birch woodland, each of our 11 non-smoker, furnished cottages can comfortably accommodate from 2 to 6 persons and offer all the necessary commodities such as: 2 rooms with bedding and double-bed, a bathroom with towels, an all equipped kitchen, a dinning room, a living-room with sofa-bed, cable color TV and a wood stove.
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Free parking
Free internet
Vending machine
Bicycle rental
BBQ facilities
Mosquito net
Self-serve laundry
Paid wifi
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iPod docking station
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English, French
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Jeff wrote a review Jul. 2020
5 contributions
We camped for one night. The campsites are nice and wooded and the amenities block was clean and well maintained. It was quiet after 10:30pm and a nice place to stay except for one thing. If you go camping for the fresh air, don’t come here. The air was heavy with smoke from all of the camp fires. I would love to see campgrounds offer smoke free areas that are carefully planned out to be upwind (based on prevailing winds) or have a single campfire area that is well removed from the rest. It’s disgusting to leave the stink of the city to end up in a cloud of heavy smoke in a campground.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
Henri D wrote a review Jul. 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
We were here for literally 10 minutes, if not 5, and we had the worst customer service in a long time. The person, I am pretty sure her name was Bernadette (as seen in other reviews), was a total b word with us, saying we needed to pay 10 bucks per person just to visit our friends who just arrived. She was so mean and she wouldn’t let go even though we said multiple times that it’s okay we understand and all. But she stayed cold and insulting, almost abusing us verbally. So yeah, wouldn’t recommend at all
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Pamela H wrote a review Oct. 2019
Berlin, Germany9 contributions2 helpful votes
We stayed in one of the smaller chalets with a view over the bay. The view was good and the chalet was clean. But that is all I can really say in its favour. The bed was a catastrophe - small and sagging. The kitchenette turned out to be a two-plate cooker hidden in a drawer and nowhere to put it if you wanted to cook. There was no water cooker (we heated the water for our tea in the microwave) no proper coffee machine (only a nespresso machine and just two free coffees). To use the cooker we had to clear everything off the set of drawers. Washing up was equally difficult - the sink was minute and at the other end of the room. The fridge was tiny. There was practically no kitchenware.There was nowhere to put clothes or suitcases and nowhere to sit inside except on the soggy bed. The bed was not made - the folded sheets were on the bed and we had to make it ourselves. The hottub/bathtub was huge, but the space could have been utilized for installing a small kitchen unit instead. Internet was complicated and not free. The owners said if we wanted to cook we should have taken one of the larger chalets. As we were only two people and a kitchenette was advertised we had planned on catering for ourselves, otherwise we could have stayed at a B+B in town for the same price or even less. This was the most expensive accommodation in our 4 weeks Canada trip and by far the worst. A total rip off. Avoid!
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Room Tip: Avoid 2-person chalets if you want to cook
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Phil B wrote a review Sep. 2019
Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Canada8 contributions2 helpful votes
It was better than I expected. Excellent chalet - fully equipped, staff was very friendly and helpful. I agree though with others about the chintzy internet deal. One hour per device is not a good way to do it. At lease they should regulate it by traffic, bot by time logged in. If you forget to log out, your session continues anyway. But hey - you're there to enjoy nature. And Tadoussac has free wifi. We enjoyed our stay and would return.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Neyney C wrote a review Aug. 2019
Collingwood, Canada2 contributions1 helpful vote
We arrived after a long drive. Pleasantly surprised. It was beautiful chalet/cabin. Clean, everything is provided in the kitchen when it comes to kitchen ware.lots of spacs. My daughter had the pull out couch in the living room. Very comfortable pull out couch.the fire pit it a great design out side. The rope obstacle course is hard to walk to. But if you drive for a min up the very steep hill. It is awesome and extremely beautiful all during the rope obstacle. Domaine de dunes. Is only a 3 or 4 min drive to the sand dunes. The dunes are grand and beautiful. We spent many hrs playing walking and exploring there. Getting down is easy. Getting back up can be physically hard. But if you walk to the very end of the beach on the left there is an awesome path through the forest that brings you back up. The town of Tadoyssac is only a 5 min drive. Tons to do there too, lots of gift shops and restaurants. Also beautiful views. The marine museum was way to over priced and it was one small room you could walk through then a gift shop. Cost us a lot of money.there is a 1 km hike right beside it though which is free and if you go in the evening you can see whales in the water close to the rocks. We also did the zodiac whale watching tour. It was awesome. There not kidding when they tell you to wear sweaters and warm clothes. Even if the temperature is warm on land it gets super cold out there. Worth it though to do the zodiac tour.we ended our trip by driving over to Baie to Catherine to get on a helicopter $50 a person. And 2npassangers at s time. This was also short but amazing. Well worth it. My family will be going back here again one day great town, and loved Domaine de dunes. Very happy. By the way there english around town but also at domaine de dunes was great.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Chalet-Camping Domaine des Dunes
Which popular attractions are close to Chalet-Camping Domaine des Dunes?
Nearby attractions include Sentier de la Pointe-de-l'Islet Trail (2.5 km), Marine Mammal Interpretation Centre (2.5 km), and Petite Chapelle de Tadoussac (2.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Chalet-Camping Domaine des Dunes?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, free internet access, and self serve laundry.
Which room amenities are available at Chalet-Camping Domaine des Dunes?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and a fireplace.
What food & drink options are available at Chalet-Camping Domaine des Dunes?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Chalet-Camping Domaine des Dunes?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Chalet-Camping Domaine des Dunes?
Conveniently located restaurants include Café Bohème, Chez Mathilde, and Restaurant la bolee.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Chalet-Camping Domaine des Dunes?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Chalet-Camping Domaine des Dunes?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Chauvin Trading Post (2.3 km) and Pont Louis-Gravel (2.4 km).