Massif Charlevoix

These domes near Le Massif de Charlevoix in Quebec might be the perfect nature getaway

With the ultimate blend of comfort and nature, Domes Charlevoix promises a one-of-a-kind glamping experience for visitors to Quebec’s Charlevoix region.

These three environmentally conscious cabins fade into the surrounding forest and provide a surprisingly immersive experience with the great outdoors.

The dome’s interior drapes peel back to reveal breathtaking views of the mountainside and the Saint Lawrence River through the large windows. They can also be closed for complete privacy from the outside world.

The extra insulation, wood-burning stove and heated floors are there for your comfort and enables the cabins to be enjoyed year round, even in northern Quebec’s bitterest of winters.

Outside, there's a large open-air deck, perfect for relaxing and watching the sunset and a private hot tub to soak in. 

Located in the heart of Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, the domes are near the world renowned ski resort, Le Massif de Charlevoix.

With skiing, snowboarding and sledding at Le Massif in the winter and hiking, biking and kayaking available during the warmer months, there is always something to do.

Also, there are countless restaurants, cafes and charming boutiques to explore in the picturesque town of Baie-Saint-Paul, only 15 minutes away.

You can stay in one of these luxurious domes for $275 per night, with a minimum booking of two nights.

Each spacious dome sleeps four people so it's the perfect place for a romantic getaway for two or a friend-cation with three of your closest pals. Either way, get ready to unwind and get in touch with nature. 

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