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Saint-Sauveur chalet rentals

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Laurentian's Executive Chalet Surrounded by Nature

Wake up to morning sunlight streaming through large windows then sip your coffee on the spacious patio and marvel mountain views. This cottage offers wonderful character including features like a wood-beam ceiling, and a natural stone fireplace. Nestled amongst the trees enjoy privacy and onsite activities like a pool (unheated & closed until June 22,) pool table and tennis court (opening May 20). Located 10 minutes from great downhill ski hills, gastronomic dining and quaint cafes.

$239 per night
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  2. Sainte-Lucie-des-Laurentides, Quebec
Le2085 - Spa & Beach - Cottages in the North

Located between St-Sauveur and Mont-Tremblant, this magnificent chalet will delight everyone. Luxurious chalet decorated with a beautiful touch so as to charm each of the guests. With its private spa and fireplace to make dreams come true, this chalet will surely provide you with unforgettable moments. Relax by the fireplace in front of the large windows, and enjoy all the amenities of a nice, well-equipped chalet. Ideal for 4 people or 6 if you have 2 children. ( citq 299535)

$152 per night
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  2. Sainte-Anne-des-Lacs
LAKE SERENITY

Elegant Country Living Les Laurentides à 45 minutes de Montréal. Chalet centenaire avec toutes les commodités modernes d'aujourd'hui (wifi illimité, Nespresso (Vertuo), air climatisé, foyer au bois, etc). Vue panoramique sur le lac Guindon et accès à une minute de marche (pédalo et kayak inclus). La sérénité au lac vous attend à 5 minutes de St-Sauveur, des pentes de ski et des glissades d'eau. CITQ # 299883

$238 per night

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Charmant Studio
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Swiss Style Chalet with Amazing Mountain Views
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♥ Entire 2 bedroom condo view Mt St Sauveur
$74 per night
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St-Sauveur Lovely King Studio
$70 per night
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Studio in Saint-Sauveur
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Cozy tiny house
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Apartment in the heart of Saint-Sauveur.
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Studio at the Manoir St-Sauveur with terrace!
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St-Sauveur Lovely Canopy Studio
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Your guide to Saint-Sauveur

All About Saint-Sauveur

Known for its world-famous ski trails, Saint-Sauveur is a peaceful, picturesque village at the base of the Laurentian Mountains in southern Quebec, less than an hour from Montreal. Surrounded by mountains, Saint-Sauveur is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, with hiking and mountain biking trails, a zipline track, and horseback riding paths. The region is home to several lakes and ponds, offering endless opportunities for fun on the water during the warmer months. The real gem of Saint-Sauveur, however, is the ski runs, and you’ll find countless routes for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels. Some resorts even offer night skiing. There are a couple of golf courses around the town, as well as a spa where you can rest your weary muscles after a day of adventuring.

For art enthusiasts and entertainment seekers, the village organizes art shows and outdoor music festivals throughout the year that reflect the local culture. In town, you’ll find unique boutiques and crafty gift shops where you can buy handmade gifts and accessories crafted by local artists.


How do I get around Saint-Sauveur?

The nearest major airport is Montreal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL), a 45-minute drive from the village. From the airport, you can take a taxi to Saint-Sauveur or rent a car and drive. From Montreal’s city center, a bus will bring you into town in about an hour.

Once you’ve reached Saint-Sauveur, the best way to get around is by car, which will give you the flexibility and freedom to navigate the area on your own time. The village itself is small, and you can hike or bike around easily. During winter, you can use the cross-country ski trails to travel around the village. There are public buses that connect some parts of the town on limited routes.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Saint-Sauveur?

If you are hoping to take advantage of Saint-Sauveur’s many ski runs and stay in a chalet, the best time to come is between November and February. The short daylight hours won’t stop you from enjoying the slopes, as night skiing is prevalent in the region. Spring can still be very cold, and depending on the temperature and snowfall, you may still be able to enjoy some winter sports.

Summers in Quebec are temperate, and this is a great time to hike the many trails in the Laurentian Mountains or go kayaking on one of the lakes. At the end of August, the village organizes the Auténtica Fiesta Cubana, which celebrates Cuban culture and style through music, dance, and food. In fall, temperatures begin to fall again, and the village organizes a three-day festival during October or November when you can witness the country’s biggest music stars performing against a backdrop of spectacular foliage.


What are the top things to do in Saint-Sauveur?

Skiing

With 160 active snow days, Saint-Sauveur offers the longest skiing season in Canada through its world-class ski trails. Winter sports enthusiasts can participate in cross-country skiing in the village or downhill skiing on one of the countless runs that cater to various skill levels.

Chemin du Terroir

Created in 2010, the Chemin du Terroir is a marked trail that leads through 140 miles of the Quebec countryside. This self-guided tour takes you on a journey through the Laurentians, giving you the opportunity to learn about the region’s agriculture, history, and heritage. Along this romantic drive, you can make stops along the way to sample local wines, cheeses, and produce.

Water Park

Though typically considered a cold-weather destination, Saint-Sauveur is home to an extensive water park where you can enjoy a range of waterslides against a stunning mountainous backdrop. The park also offers whitewater rafting courses, a zipline, a lazy river, and several options for grabbing a bite to eat when you’re ready to refuel.