This three-hundred-year-old house has seen the members of two families grow up. First owners, the Bilodeau succeeded each other for several generations. Moreover, behind the house, we can still see the barn of Émile, the last occupant of the Bilodeau lineage. In 1965, following the opening of the Mont-Sainte-Anne ski centre, the members of the Éthier family became the new masters of the place. It was in the early 80s that the eldest son of the Éthier family, Gilles, transformed the family home into a tourist residence for the rental of short stays.
Visitors now have the chance to discover this house and soak up its rich past filled with stories. The lime-coated stone walls of this Norman-style house allow it to withstand the harshness of Quebec winters. The roof is steeper than those of French dwellings and the cornices are more elongated to avoid accumulations of ice and snow. The gallery, under the cornices, allows you to rock yourself in the fresh air by the beautiful summer evenings just as the Bilodeau and Éthier once did. Witnesses of the ancestral past of this chalet, the many fieldstone walls, the paneled walls, the wooden beams and the fireplace complete the décor.
The Bilodeau-Éthier house is perfect for groups of up to 13 people. The total area of all floors is 2000 ft2 (186 m2). CONTENTS OF OUR HOMES AND INCLUSION Sheets, duvets, towels and hand towels Full kitchen Firewood included (limited quantity) Exterior: Parking for 6 vehicles + 120 V plug electric vehicle Covered balcony at the front with cedar chairs Adirondacks Large grassy lot with leafy trees Space for cleaning bicycles
CITQ Establishment No.020042