Furniture for the cottage

The Adirondack Chair

Source: The Daily Doss The Adirondack Chair, also known as the Muskoka Chair in English Canada, is known for its unmistakable comfort, durability and timeless design. In all its variations, it is an outdoor furnishing element perfect for long days at the cottage. A little history The original concept of the Adirondack chair was created in 1903 by Thomas Lee. The latter was looking for ways to create outdoor chairs for...

The Solair chair: an outdoor classic to colour your summer at the cottage

The Solair chair is a symbol of the 70s, it will remind you without doubt the exterior of the hotels of that time. This is a Quebec creation that has traced its route from motel to motel through Canada and the United States to Miami! The trend is now back and updated as many professionals in the design world rediscover in it a key element in the history of industrial design in Quebec....

Cottage rentals

Le Shack O2

Cottage: Le Shack O2

Beaulac-Garthby, Chaudiere-Appalaches

Beaulac-Garthby Chaudiere-Appalaches Canada
$450
/ 2 nights
$650
/ 2 nights
Chalets à François - 4 Saisons

Cottage: Chalets à François - 4 Saisons

Entrelacs, Lanaudiere

Entrelacs Lanaudiere Canada
4 / 5
$1330
/ 7 nights
$190
/ 1 night
Le Shack

Cottage: Le Shack

Beaulac-Garthby, Chaudiere-Appalaches

Beaulac-Garthby Chaudiere-Appalaches Canada
$450
/ 2 nights
$650
/ 2 nights
Chalet des Deux Montagnes

Cottage: Chalet des Deux Montagnes

St-Tite-des-Caps, Charlevoix

St-Tite-des-Caps Charlevoix Canada
$1050
/ 7 nights
$500
/ 2 nights