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8082 Chemin du Lac Morgan, Rawdon, Quebec J0K 1S0 Canada
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Located near Rawdon, 1 hour from Montreal, Chalets Lanaudière offers all year round cottages/yurts/cabins rentals in a magnificient natural environment with many outdoor activities on our lakes, trails and mountains. Ideal for family vacations, a stay with friends and colleagues, our units will surely meet all your requirements. As a social economy enterprise, Chalets Lanaudière is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help young people living in a context of social and economic precariousness. All profits (100%) help fund activities for young people and are donated to Camp Mariste, a charity that helps young people living in a precarious social and economic context.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Public wifi
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
Self-serve laundry
Room features
Seating area
Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French
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Cali B wrote a review Oct. 2020
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It was a nice relaxing weekend. We stayed in the Ecorce cabin and it was enough for two adult and a husky. The cabin is equipped with all that we need to stay comfortably, kitchen utensils, campfire wood and we are able to collect more small sticks to start the fire just from the woods around us. We all enjoyed our stay and will be back for sure.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Response from Linda Corbeil, Directeur général at Chalets Lanaudière
Responded Oct. 15, 2020
Thank you for your good comments that I will pass on to the entire team who work hard to ensure that each client has a great experience. We look forward to welcoming you again at Chalets Lanaudière.
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Miina V wrote a review Jan. 2020
Helsinki, Finland11 contributions1 helpful vote
We had a really nice day trip at Chalets Lanaudière: we did snowshoeing, skiing, sliding and skating during one day. They have beautiful nature with many activities. All the equipment was included in the package price and the selection was great and of good condition. The staff was very kind and professional.
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Date of stay: January 2020
Response from Linda C, Manager at Chalets Lanaudière
Responded Jan. 22, 2020
Dear Miina, We are happy that you enjoyed your day of winter activities at Chalets Lanaudière. Thank you so much for taking the time to write your comments. We hope to see you soon! Best regards, from all the staff at Chalets Lanaudière
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STSWMFCW wrote a review Oct. 2019
Montreal, Canada28 contributions26 helpful votes
This was our second stay here as a family of 4. Last year we rented a chalet (St. Hubert) for 4 days. This year we rented a cabin (Cime) for 6 days. They don't have a site map on their website so we didn't know exactly where the cabin was situated on their site beforehand. We weren't thrilled about walking so far (5 minute walk) up a gravelly road and rather steep hill with their trolley system (cars are not allowed on the road to the cabins/yurts, the chalets have doorfront parking so this isn't an issue) to lug all of our food/belongings (for a family of 4 for 6 days) to our cabin ESPECIALLY because the maintenance vehicles are allowed to drive on that same road. This is something to consider especially if you have health or mobility issues. The cabins don't have bathrooms (as opposed to the chalets which do) so despite this being our second time on the site it was our first time showering in the sanitary block - the showers were thankfully clean BUT there is no way to adjust the water temperature (really very very hot) which was disappointing. The cabins don't have running water, you're provided with water coolers and 5 gallon jugs (which were replenished during our stay, the maintenance people showed up unannounced and carried them right in, which was quite awkward) so dish washing is far from pleasant after the novelty of the first time or two wears off. The BBQ area is outside, around the cabin down 2 flights of stairs - it would be so much more convenient if there was a pulley system installed from the cabin's kitchen balcony which overlooks it, down to the BBQ area below to send down food, bring up dishes etc. It would also be really nice to have instructions for the toaster oven, we never quite figured it out during our stay! Upon checking in we were happy to hear that there was a new 'sanitary block' (bathroom only) just one minute away from our cabin (as opposed to 5) However, there was an issue with the door - we thought it was locked one night (apparently it wasn't) and we then had the only other option being the 5 minute walk away. The new 'bathroom only' structure does not have a sink with running water for hand washing. It would be a good idea for future improvements to include a sink as well as perhaps a dishwashing station (outdoors even for use only during the summer months if freezing pipes are a concern) for the cabins/yurts to use. Due in part to a rainy day, we were running out of clean clothes so we used the washer & dryer available for use in the main sanitary block and while we were grateful for it, the water pressure was nearly non-existent (I timed it at 28 minutes to fill up for the rinse cycle) so plan to spend several hours sitting around if you need to wash/dry a load of laundry. Be aware that you need to bring your own garbage and recycling to bins located well away from any of the buildings (same for chalets) which is fine, but we were disappointed to see compost bins at the garbage site despite the fact that there were no dedicated bins to use for compost collection AT the cabin - the intention is good but in practice, the way they have things set up is impractical. The site is very quiet, and we got good advice on the walking trails from the front desk staff. I would recommend this site for a short stay; we found the downsides tedious after a few days.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Response from Linda C, Manager at Chalets Lanaudière
Responded Nov. 3, 2019
Thank you for taking the time to give us your comments that are always analyzed seriously in order to improve our customer experience. Already, following your comments, some adjustments have been made. Regarding the map on our website, it is located on the homepage to the right (see the "MAP" section). To allow for an experience of communion with nature, all guests staying in yurts and cabins must walk a few minutes using our carts (or sleds in winter). This ensures more tranquility in the hamlet where the yurts and cabins are located. For people with mobility or health problems, our staff is always happy to offer them van transportation. Cabins like the Cime offers a "glamping" experience (glamour + camping), which is why the amenities are not the same as in our cottages. We are sorry if our employee came to bring you a new 5-gallon container of water at an inconvenient time, usually we ask customer when it would suit them better. For the water temperature of the shower, we will adjust it. About the pulley system for taking down the BBQ accessories, we had already thought of it, but we were afraid of accidents. That's why we instead built a new exterior staircase in 2018 that leads to the second floor of the cabin, which is safer in our opinion. The instructions for the toaster oven was in the briefcase in the cabin. You could also have come to the reception and our staff would have been happy to help you. About the small sanitory block, it is open 24/7 and just this past October we added a sink that can be used for washing hands or to do your dishes. We do offer free of charge washer and dryer to our guests. If the washer took so long to fill with water it was probably because there was a great demand for water at the same time. In this case, the showers are prioritized. Despite your worries during your stay, we hope you enjoyed your experience and wish to see you again. Best regards!
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Danielle wrote a review Jan. 2019
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We booked this cabin in September of 2018 for a New Years getaway. We stayed from December 30th-January 1st. We arrived at 2:30pm (check-in is at 4) and we were informed right away that our cabin was ready and we could check in. The receptionist was very helpful in explaining our accommodations to us and she also provided us with our spa certificate (we booked the "Relaxation Package"). Once we left the reception, we were directed to a shed where there are sleds and trolleys to assist you in carrying your belongings to your cabin. *Note: we had brought our own sled as we did not know this or see this on the website anywhere We then proceeded to a second shed where we picked up our firewood (we had been informed at check-in that there was already firewood at the cabin, however we wanted extra). After this, we were told it was about a 5 minute walk to the cabin - we would say it's even less! Once we arrived, everything was perfect. There were fairy lights hung outside the cabin and a wreath on the door, and a lot of firewood sitting on the porch. The cabin was immaculate inside, with everything we could possibly need. The next morning we left for La Source Bains Nordique (15 min drive), which was also absolutely beautiful. Thanks to Chalets Lanaudiere, our reservation had already been made and we simply needed to provide our certificate that we had received at check in. We spent the entire day at the spa, including lunch in the bistro which was fabulous. After returning to our cabin around 5pm, we prepared dinner and spent New Years Eve relaxing. The next day, check out was at 1pm therefore we spent the morning outside exploring. Upon check out, we were informed that we were still able to access all of the amenities that they had to offer for the entire day (skating, snowshoeing, tubing) if we wanted to. All around an absolutely wonderful trip. We would highly recommend both the Racines cabin as well as the facility as a whole.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Trip type: Travelled
lyse427 wrote a review Oct. 2018
Montreal, Canada4 contributions9 helpful votes
Booked Oct. 24-25 in a chalet. The air is so pure, slept like a baby. Beautiful environment in the woods, peace and tranquility. Chalet was spotless with all necessary amenities. No internet in chalet, no TV but DVD to watch movies. Bring a book or go off walking on a trail. Thoroughly enjoyed my get away. And Oh! By the way, my Lab was a happy camper!
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled
US$122 - US$206 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Chalets Lanaudière
Which popular attractions are close to Chalets Lanaudière?
Nearby attractions include La Terre des Bisons (3.1 km), BlackOps Paintball (6.9 km), and Bigfoot Paintball   (7.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Chalets Lanaudière?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, meeting rooms, and kids activities.
Which room amenities are available at Chalets Lanaudière?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
Is parking available at Chalets Lanaudière?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Chalets Lanaudière?
Conveniently located restaurants include Resto Pizzeria, Casa la Pinata, and Onze Onze Cafe du Village.
Are pets allowed at Chalets Lanaudière?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Chalets Lanaudière?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.