Café de la Traverse-2Café/auberge familial situé à mi-chemin entre le Parc National Forillon et le centre-ville de Gaspé. Offrant une vue imprenable sur la baie de Gaspé et la rivière Dartmouth, l'édifice a conservé son cachet d'antan en offrant toutes les commodités nécessaires aux voyageurs. Info COVID-19 - Nous ne pouvons accueillir de personnes venant faire du tourisme provenant des régions "rouges" du Québec. Nous pouvons cependant accueillir des travailleurs venant des ces zones.
Rez de Jardin ForillonAppartement rez-de jardin neuf , avec 2 chambres ,salle de bain ,salon et cuisine tout équipée. A 3 km du Parc National Forillon, équitation,kayac,sortie aux baleines , et plage privée . Enregistré a la CITQ ; 295955
Guesthouse in an agro-forestry farm#275811 Rural guesthouse, situated in the woods behind the village of Douglastown, between Gaspé and Percé, facing Forillon National Park of Canada. We are open year round. - @ComptonieVoyage Welcome ! Our Guesthouse is located on the upper floor of the workshop where we process the forest products we collect. In “picking” season, you will have the perfect opportunity to become familiar with our activities, because, during this time, our workshop buzzes like our hives! This building, self-built with wood from our land, is located a short distance from our home, our barn and our vegetable garden, in the heart of a forest of 25 hectares, itself contained within the Gaspesian forest. You can access our garden, and forest. You are welcome if you wish to visit our farm and workshop. We will be your closest neighbors ! So don't hesitate to come if you need anything. The Gaspe is a countryside full of nature and ever-changing views – whether they be of mountains, rivers or the sea – it is translated as “land’s end” from miq maq ‘’Gespeg’’. The area has a one-of-a-kind appeal and occupies a special place even in the hearts of Quebecers themselves! It boasts of being home to more than two-thirds of Quebec's peaks, over 1,000 meters in height. Its 21,000 km² (two thirds the size of Belgium) are populated by less than 90,000 inhabitants and 94% of its territory is occupied by a diverse forest. Free parking Free airport shuttle We live as much as possible from what the Earth gives us, we raise our own livestock, produce our own dairy products, and cultivate our own vegetable garden. We want to raise our children “with” Nature in order to open their eyes to what is important. We also want them to be as independent as possible by teaching them about farming, cooking, picking wild plants, self-construction and personal development.