Heading to Quebec and looking for somewhere to snuggle-up this winter? Quebec is known as the world’s capital of snow, and in winter, temperatures can plummet to around -10°C. So whether you’re heading to the famous Quebec Winter Carnival, or just passing through the city, here are 6 awesome home rentals in Quebec:
1. Beautiful Downtown Home
This beautiful, three-bedroom house is located just ten minutes from downtown Quebec. The home comes complete with several TVs and Netflix, so you can really get snuggly after a day at the annual Winter Carnival (that takes place Jan. 26 – Feb. 11), or after a long day exploring the historic city of Quebec. Plus, the house has a mini-spa including a jacuzzi and a whirlpool spa bath. It also features a nice outside deck area, where you can eat breakfast in the morning while outdoor heaters keep you warm.
2. Luxury House in Quebec City
Why not club together with some friends and stay in this incredible, luxury house in the heart of Quebec City. The property can sleep a whopping 24 people across its six bedrooms and two living rooms. The house is split into two apartments that are linked together — so you can either have privacy with all the doors closed, separating the two apartments, or have the doors open so it’s one big space for everyone. There are two kitchens, a swimming pool, a pool table and tons of board games to keep you occupied through the long winter nights.
3. Cottage with Heated Pool
The star feature of this lovely cottage is its heated pool, in which you can take a dip at any time of the year. The property is in a great location, just 15 minutes from Quebec City center and it’s also close to the airport. It’s a three-bedroom property that can sleep up to six people.
4. Chateau in Quebec City
This elegant chateau can sleep up to 12 people across 4 bedrooms and one living room. The chateau, which was built in the 19th century, is only a five-minute walk to Quebec’s picturesque Old Town, where you can explore its narrow cobblestone streets and houses that date back to the 17th and 18th-centuries. The house features a cozy, wooden interior with a large living room area where you can chill out and watch movies.
5. Renovated Condo
This renovated condo is set in a historic house built in 1911, giving it plenty of charm and character. The condo features on-trend brick walls and large open spaces, with high ceilings and fireplaces. The apartment, which can sleep up to six people, is located in the heart of Quebec and is close to some of the best bars and restaurants.
6. Old Lévis Nest
The Old Lévis Nest is a gorgeous loft located in the area of Old Lévis, which is just across the river from Quebec City. The loft, which sleeps two, was originally built in 1865 and features 19th-century charms combined with newly renovated mod-cons. Old Lévis is a charming part of Quebec and it’s just a short twenty-minute ferry ride to the Old Town. Book the loft in Old Levi from $78 a night.