The hut on stilts
Starting at $116/night
The Marais cabin takes its name from the melting snow and the spring rains that often leave the ground soggy. Sitting on sturdy stilts, the cabin can withstand bad weather and gives the impression of sleeping in the trees, thanks to the huge bay window. Like most of the cabins, the Marais is located at the edge of the forest and faces the large Gollé Goulu meadow behind which the Laurentian Mountains rise. There is something magical about the sunsets, which you can admire from the large outside balcony or from inside the cabin itself!
Like all of the Gollé Goulu ecolodges, the Marais cabin is lit by solar energy and heated with a wood stove that provides warmth and comfort in colder weather. The cabin also has a small, cute and fully equipped kitchenette: propane stove, dishes and utensils available on-site so you don’t have to travel with a heavy load. In the cabin, you can cook, eat and sleep on furniture made of local wood by local people. While it is a little rustic and a little rough with its large slats that look like barn wood, the Marais is also the sunny cabin. The orange of its hangings and the different shades of wood that cover the walls, the floor and the ceiling give a friendly warmth to this little refuge! While it is small, this cabin can accommodate up to four people, with a double bed on the first floor and two single mattresses on the small mezzanine. The dry toilet, adjacent to the cabin, is accessible from the back balcony: two steps and you’re there!
Supplied in the cabin
Arrival and departure
Products on request
Arrival is between 3 pm and 7 pm; departure is at 11 am.
Pets are allowed.
Various essential products are available upon request: ice blocks ($), wood ($), products from the garden depending on the season ($), bedding ($), snowshoes ($), fishing rod ($), books, games, etc.