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Entire loft hosted by Stephane, Marie Claude Et Carat

  1. 2 guests
  2. Studio
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
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Escape to Isle-aux-Grues..
accessible by plane only, a magical flight with views of the Isles, winter at L'Isle aux grues will delight you, snowshoes available, outdoor fire, forest walking, unique sunrise and sunset. Airplane package included available.

In summer, take the free ferry to Montmagny and enjoy the serenity of Isle-aux-Grues. Cycling or walking tours, bird watching,
tasting the world-renowned Isle cheese.

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with stunning views of the St. Lawrence River, magical sunset and sunrise, a stay with us will be very beneficial.
winter Isle is accessible by plane only, with air Montmagny, a flight of about 8 minutes, which will make you live magical moments, a view of the archipelago of Isle superb.

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1 double bed

What this place offers

Waterfront
Kitchen
Wi-Fi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with Standard cable
Patio or balcony
Backyard
Refrigerator
Microwave

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Saint-Antoine-de-l'Isle-aux-Grues, Québec, Canada

The parish of Saint-Antoine-de-l'Isle-aux-Grues is made up of the islands of the Isle-aux-Grues archipelago, sometimes called the Montmagny archipelago and populated by about 160 Gruois. It was formed in 1860 on an archipelago of islands located in the central St. Lawrence east of Quebec City, between Île d 'Orléans and Île-aux-Coudres, with a total area of nearly 27 kilometres. The parish is part of the Chaudière-Appalaches administrative region and the Regional County Municipality of Montmagny.

The Isle-aux-Grues archipelago is made up of the following islands:

Île-aux-Oies
Grosse-Île
Île Sainte-Marguerite
Île-au-Canot
A number of small uninhabited islands and islets: Île-aux-Deux-Têtes, Les Rochers-Rouges, Île-aux-Oignons, Île-au-Héron, Île-aux-Corneilles.
The name of Île-aux-Grues comes from this wandering bird sung by Horace, the crane : gruem advenam. Returning from Florida during the great autumn and spring migrations, the birds found on this island a meeting place for rest, feasts and incubation.

The colonization of Isle-aux-Grues began in 1679, but in 1683, the year the parish was formed, the island housed only three families, a total of fifteen people. Pierre de Bécart, Sieur de Grandville, acquired it in 1678. He sold it to Mr. Louis Liénard Villemmonde de Beaujeu. The island has changed owners many times.

One can notice the bucolic setting of Isle-aux-Grues, where one can walk on the beats, take bike rides on the road and on the trails that cross it along its entire length. Its strikes have always been considered the favourite places for hunters of black ducks, snipes and wild geese. The vicinity of Île-aux-Grues and neighbouring Île-aux-Oies is also known for fishing.

The north side of Îles-aux-Grues is in the shape of a re-entrant semicircle and most of the islanders' houses are built on this side.

There is a museum with exhibits on the island's history, as well as on the drunk batrau, a fascinating collection of Mid-Careem costumes. The creation of mid-Lenten costumes is the oldest tradition in Isle-aux-Grues.

Another amazing tradition is called the Sale of Souls. It is a festivity that consists of selling items at auction for the benefit of the island factory. The auction began in 1836 with the sale of wheat and meat donated by parishioners. The first auction yielded the sum of 3 pounds 17 chelins. In the following years, eel, salted cod, Indian wheat, wool, sheep, filasse, etc. The churchwarden in charge made his tour in the early days of the year in search of the Child Jesus. The parishioners then gave him effects instead of money. Today, the money of the quest for the Child Jesus is paid into the account of the factory and the items collected and sold at the auction are used to pay for services for the souls of purgatory.

Hosted by Stephane, Marie Claude Et Carat

  1. Joined in July 2015
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Bonjour, nous sommes , Stéphane, Marie-Claude et notre fidèle amie à 4 pattes, Carat.
Et nous adorons partager notre petit coin de paradis, ou le temps s arrête.

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Check-in: After 1:00 pm
Checkout: 11:00 am
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

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Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Carbon monoxide alarm
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