Located in the center of 2 walking trails, one leading to the Marina and the other leading to Mc claren Bay and to the covered bridge of the Dalton farm.
Enjoy the beautiful view of the river from its Juliet.
Please note that tenants must be over 30 years old and that noise is absolutely not tolerated after 11:00 p.m. thank you.
The entrance to the premises must not exceed 11 pm as there are the owners' dogs which can bark when entering the premises. The main entrance gives access to 2 other accommodations.
Travelers have access to the suite located above the house.
Do not miss this unique cultural experience!
- Ottawa Insectarium;
- Ottawa Art Gallery;
- Historic site of the Maison Laurier;
- Canadian Museum of Agriculture and Food;
- Canadian Museum of History;
- Canadian War Museum;
- Canadian Cold War Museum (Diefenbunker);
- National Gallery of Canada;
- Canadian Museum of Nature;
- Canadian Children's Museum;
- Canadian Museum of Aviation and Space;
- Currency Museum of Canada;
- Bytown Museum;
- Canadian Museum of Science and Technology;
And why not take advantage of the National Museums Passport? You can save money by visiting three of the seven national museums in three days - the Currency Museum, the Museum of Nature and the War Museum.
Parliament Hill is the seat of the federal government of Canada, a place of national celebrations all year long and Canada's most visited attraction. In the summer, the Changing of the Guard takes place every morning on the lawn of the hill and, every night, the public is invited to attend the impressive Sound and Light Show - all in spectacular lighting effects, in magnificent giant images projected on the Parliament Buildings, in words and in music. These two must-see events are free.
The Byward Market is a historic farmer's market. This commercial area during the day is transformed in the evening into a gathering place appreciated for its restaurants and nightclubs. The Byward Market, located east of Parliament Hill, is a must-see neighborhood in Ottawa.
The UNESCO World Heritage-listed Rideau Canal is a historic waterway used by boaters from spring to autumn and becoming the largest natural ice rink in the world in winter. The Rideau Canal winds its way through the heart of Ottawa before it merges with the Ottawa River through locks at the foot of Parliament Hill.
Several parks are also available in summer and winter, including Gatineau Park, Jacques Cartier Park, Parc de la Baie, Parc Bordeleau, Rockcliffe Park, Stanley Park, Confederation Park, Parc du Meech Lake, Leamay Lake Park, Beauchamp Lake Park, etc.
The culinary scene in Ottawa is booming with a thriving community of chefs and varied restaurants that have earned an excellent reputation both here and abroad:
- To discover several establishments in the same outing, book a culinary visit in one of Ottawa's fantastic neighborhoods. Tasting Tours and Experience Food companies organize everything for you.
- You can also opt for a gourmet guided tour with C'est Bon Cooking to discover food stores, farmers' markets and restaurants. The taste possibilities are endless!
The National Arts Center's flagship showcase of the performing arts in the capital, the National Arts Center presents a full program of music, dance and theater as well as performances of successful shows on tour.
In Ottawa, there are also thriving local theaters, including the Great Canadian Theater Company, Ottawa Little Theater, The Gladstone and The New Scene.
The Sports Complex Branchaud-Brière is equipped to receive several sports and present you many sports competitions. You can also have fun with the indoor pool and sauna.
The outdoor activity Abraska which consists of aerial routes, zip lines, cave Laflèche, snowshoeing, hiking and Artémania.
The Hot Air Balloon Festival is very popular in our region during the long weekend of September. This festival includes hot air balloons, shows of all kinds, a carnival and much more.
The Tulip Festival which takes place in mid-May is one of the largest tulip festivals in the world with a demonstration of over a million flowers that will amaze young and old alike.
On July 1st, Canada Day, Ottawa hosts the country's biggest party.
Visitors can also attend a number of musical celebrations, including the Ottawa Jazz Festival, Ottawa Chamberfest, Escapade, CityFolk and Bluesfest, which draw some of the greatest international artists to the capital.
Several sporting activities are organized in the region during the summer period. There are events for all ages and all skill levels.
- The Ottawa Marathon in early May;
- The Wakefield Covered Bridge race in early May;
- The Gatineau Park-Gatineau Cross Country Classic at the end of September;
- Obstacle courses;
- Rafting and kayaking on the Ottawa River;
- Bungee jumping;
- 600 kilometers of bike paths connecting natural areas, parks, gardens and national sites;Etc.
The Winterlude where you will find slides, beautiful snow sculptures, a zip line, shows and many other activities.Get the full listing »