Escape the city and spend the night at this unique accommodation in Quebec. Located in Nominingue, Quebec this Mongolian yurt is just a 2-hours and 30 minute drive outside of Montreal and Ottawa!
So what is a yurt? It is a traditional dwelling originating from Central Asia that is designed to be portable. Unlike when you go camping, staying in a yurt is more convenient and comfortable. For example, the much more substantial structure will give you more space and will be already set up when you arrive.
The spacious yurt is open all year round and can sleep up to 6 people. Inside, the fabulous rental is decorated with red Mongolian furniture, all with hand-painted designs. You'll also find a propane stove and some cooking essentials to help you prepare a tasty meal. For those visiting in the winter months, there is also a wood burning stove to help keep you toasty.
Located near the Laurentian Mountains the yurt is the perfect spot to enjoy some time in nature. Nearby you can go hiking, canoeing, rafting or instead you can relax next to the outdoor fire pit.
Staying at a yurt would be such a unique experience, and would be perfect for couples or a few friends wanting a weekend getaway. For more information about staying at the spacious yurt, or to book your stay visit Glamping Hub.
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