April 7th, 2011
We recently trekked out to Tremblant to get away from the dirty city snow and revel in the great white north. But our version of a “country getaway” has more to do with sipping wine by a roaring fire than roughing it in the wild.
We loved our stay in the luxury log cabin stylings of the four-star Côté Nord Tremblant Resort located less than 6 minutes from Tremblant’s north face. These stunning and spacious two to six room cabins (starting at $280/night) are fully loaded, with WiFi, iPod docks, a complete kitchen, ready-chopped firewood, and even a Jacuzzi in some cabins.
You can order champagne, a gourmet meal and a Swedish massage right to your door. But why stay inside when there’s skiing, sledding, snowshoeing and a Spa Scandinave so close by?
We loved our stay so much, we’re planning to return in the summer to enjoy some lakeside activities, like BBQing, leisurely flipping through magazines and sipping summery drinks on the deck.
Maybe we’re the rugged outdoorsy type after all.
Côté Nord Tremblant, 141 Chemin Tour Du Lac, Lac-Supérieur, QC, 1-888-268-3667, www.cotenordtremblant.com