With an endless checklist of creature comforts and the stamp of local styles, these five home-away-from options are in harmony with their environment and welcome guests to quickly get into a holiday state of mind year-round.
It’s all part of the intimacy with nature offered on a small, secluded slice of the 30 acres of Relais & Châteaux’s Manoir Hovey in Quebec’s Eastern Townships
Playing with the tension between privacy and openness, the architects designed a square floor plan partitioned to create two interior courtyards.
The 2,100-square-foot chalet is located in the village of Petite-Rivière-Saint-François on the St. Lawrence River, an hour’s drive from Quebec City.
Remarkably, when deciding how to expand the property, the architects decided to go up instead of out.
As one of the most historically and culturally rich provinces in Canada, Quebec has a surplus of folklore and urban legends.
The wide hallways shown in the project’s renderings aim to foster non-traditional learning environments and use intermediate spaces for a fuller range of educational and informal activities.
Whether you’re escaping the city, celebrating a special occasion, or just relaxing with your family, these seven dwellings from glamorous cabins to cozy huts are a few of many magical destinations these two eastern provinces have to offer.
If dreamy coastal drives, farm-fresh food, and scenic hikes are your idea of a perfect summer weekend, it’s not too late to book a quick late-summer getaway to the Charlevoix region of Quebec.