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Gourmet accommodation in St-Côme

Gourmet accommodation in St-CômeLe Gollé Goulu offers unusual accommodation (yurts and teepees), mini-cabins for glamping camping, superb rustic sites for pitching tents and a few sites for small RVs. The secrets of the Goll...

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May at Gollé

The month of May sees the arrival of the first seedlings, but also the members of Terego who come to criss-cross the country to meet peasants and take a bite out of the land!

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Le panier Goulu: eating fruit from the orchard garden all summer long

Le Panier GouluYou may have seen it passing by, or perhaps you’ve been waiting for it for a few weeks now, as the generous maples gave out their last precious sap and spring took hold! Along with the buds breakin...

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Discover authentic places in Quebec with Fadoq discounts

Mr. Lamothe and Mrs. Magnan stayed in a prêt-à-camper at Gollé Goulu this winter. They talk about their experience at the Gite du Marais, which they were able to stay in for a week in February thanks to a 20% discount for Fadoq me...

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Goulu’s herbal teas

For those who don’t know, the Goulu garden, in the heart of the Gollé Goulu country campsite, is an orchard-potager, home to fruit trees large and small, annual and perennial vegetables. The trees and shrubs are accompanied by an ...

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Camping in November

With November and December, we enter pre-winter, one of the six seasons of Aboriginal culture… and if you take a closer look, it’s true that in November, in Quebec, we’re not so much in autumn as we are in winter. Altho...

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The last vegetables in the garden…

The chilly autumn weather calls for the warmth of a fire, meals shared with friends, and evenings spent playing board games or reading. Le Gollé Goulu’s little chalets are perfect for greeting the cold weather, cooking a good meal...

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Floating exploration: rent your own boat

In the hot weather of July (and August!), the Etang du Goulu is a cool oasis nestled between the campsite and the Gollé Goulu orchard. And now it’s a navigable space for young and old alike, with all kinds of boats available for h...

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Time for garlic flowers

Gollé Goulu’s garlic won’t arrive until September. What better way to wait than with a garlic flower? The flower stalk is cut off before flowering, so that the bulb can mature fully. You can munch it raw (a little spicy, tho...

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