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If you have followed me for a white you know I love to find unique accommodations when I travel. I have stayed in treehouses, clear bubbles and even a dome to view the aurora. When looking for unusual places to stay in Quebéc, you might want to check out their yurts, huts, treehouses, and igloos. These unique accommodations in Quebéc are great logging option for adventure-seekers with a hunger for unusual.

Blogger Bella Bucchiotti of shares unique accommodations in Quebec like the yurt she stayed in at Imago Village.

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Yurt accommodation can be found in Imago Village in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region, about 3.5 hours’ drive from Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB).

What are Yurts?

Yurts are traditional lodgings of the nomads in the steppes of Central Asia, equipped with the basics. Experience a special retreat – yurts with glass domes, where you can fall asleep stargazing. The Imago Village picturesque rustic yurts are nestled in the astonishing nature of the national park. They are heated and equipped with limited electricity and running water. However, there is a sanitary block with bathroom and shower facilities nearby.

Blogger Bella Bucchiotti of shares unique accommodations in Quebec like the yurt she stayed in at Imago Village.

Our stay at Imago Village was our first ever stay in a yurt and we both loved it. The yurts here had a bubble window at the top, right under the bed…so you essentially are sleeping under the stars but keeping cozy warm in the yurt.  Falling to sleep listening to the rain above was one of my best memories of our Quebéc trip.

Blogger Bella Bucchiotti of shares unique accommodations in Quebec like the yurt she stayed in at Imago Village.

Our yurt was called Oslo, if you want to book that one. They fill your fridge with items for breakfast and you can wake up to a stunning view and enjoy and coffee and breakfast right in your yurt. The Monts-Valin National Park is only a quick 30-minute drive from the yurt …which makes it easy to head out for a hike.

Rustic Huts for Hikers

If you are a passionate hiker, you’ll definitely appreciate these old-timey rustic unique accommodations nestled along hiking trails in parks such as Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier or Forȇt Montmorency, providing hikers with a resting point, so check them out whether you want to spend the night or just to stop and snack.


Most of us dreamed of sleeping in a treehouse as kids. Well, now you can spend a night in a treetop cabin in Quebéc! If you’re up for a real adventure, book a treehouse in Adventures Nord-bec, Mont-Tremblant or Notre-Dame-de-la-Merci and enjoy a birds-eye perspective of the surroundings.

Cozy Igloos

You might think that these domes built of snow or ice typical for Canadian north are cold and uninviting. However, you will find them surprisingly warm and insulated. You can stay in an igloo in Auberge Le P’tit Bonheur or Expéditions de la Rivière Blanche during the winter months.

Hobbit-style Houses

If you’re a Hobbit fan, check out these unique accommodations in Quebec. The charming and cozy cottages are nestled in the forest in East Bolton, Quebéc, and can accommodate up to four adults.

Authentic Tepees

If you want to learn about the region’s history and get a taste of traditional Aboriginal life, book one of the dreamy tepees in Lanaudiere, Saint-Romain or Val-d’Or, and reconnect with nature.

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Bella Bucchiotti

Bella Bucchiotti is a Canadian-based syndicated food, travel, and lifestyle writer, photographer, and creator at xoxoBella. She founded xoxoBella in 2015, where she shares her love for food, dogs, sustainability, fitness, crafts, outdoor adventures, travel, and philanthropy to encourage others to run the extra mile, try new recipes, visit unfamiliar places, and stand for a cause. Bella creates stress-free and family-friendly recipes for weeknight dinners and festive feasts.


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  1. I’d so love to stay in a Yurt! There are a few treehouse style accommodations that I’ve seen here in the PNW. I need to get out and explore more!!

  2. These all look SO cool! I love the yurts with the ceiling window– what a great view to fall asleep to!