Cottage rentals in Rivière-Ouelle

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Rivière-Ouelle, Bas-Saint-Laurent

Rivière-Ouelle Bas-Saint-Laurent Canada

Located on a peninsula in the authentic country near the wharf Kamouraska-Rivière Ouelle, facing the beautiful mountains of Charlevoix, the Moose Point Manor is a historic house built in superb 1853. This comfortable unit is now available to weekly renting. The unit is spread over three floors...

Condo a Manoir Pointe aux Orignaux

Rivière-Ouelle, Bas-Saint-Laurent

Rivière-Ouelle Bas-Saint-Laurent Canada

This impressive house full of stories was built in 1853 on a small area away from neighboring parishes. Restored in 2006, fully independent four sections, the site still offers the visitor the inestimable advantages, among others that feel far, absolutely at home and out of boredom,...

Aux Petits Oiseaux

Rivière-Ouelle, Bas-Saint-Laurent

Rivière-Ouelle Bas-Saint-Laurent Canada

Chalet located 250 feet from the St. Lawrence River, opposite St. Irenaeus, 10 km from Kamouraska, 40 km from Rivière-du-Loup and Montmagny Quebec and 1:30. Ideal to watch beautiful sunsets sun. Lovers of nature and tranquility will be met. Discover. Sports and Leisure: Walks on the beach and trails...

Maison au Bord du Fleuve

Rivière-Ouelle, Bas-Saint-Laurent

Rivière-Ouelle Bas-Saint-Laurent Canada

House located across from St. Irenaeus directly overlooking the river. Large lot, well equipped: satellite tv, bicycles, washer and dryer. 10 km from Kamouraska, 10 minutes from the golf club of St. Pachomius and a bicycle path. Place to watch beautiful sunsets. The nature lovers will be thrilled.

Condo B Manoir Pointe aux Orignaux

Rivière-Ouelle, Bas-Saint-Laurent

Rivière-Ouelle Bas-Saint-Laurent Canada

This three-story historic building offers visitors to enjoy, in all seasons, the most picturesque site of the Kamouraska area. Landlocked between the cove and the river, a long strip of land leading to the pier, this section of the mansion (built in 1853) dominates the landscape...

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