One hour west of Ottawa, Burnstown is nestled in the heart of the Ottawa Valley. At Le Bijou, you will find everything you need for an enjoyable and memorable stay year-round. A variety of activities await you and your family. Welcome to Le Bijou!
Welcome to “Le Bijou” (French for "the jewel") nestled among Maple trees in our quaint and artsy village.
This newly renovated 900 sq. ft. one-bedroom suite is bright, has its own private entrance with parking for two vehicles right at your door. The suite includes a kitchenette, a large living space with dining area, and a bathroom with shower, no bathtub. The bedroom has a Queen bed and the living room has a pullout couch with upgraded mattress.
The kitchenette is fully stocked with a toaster oven, small fridge, microwave oven, Keurig and coffee, plates, utensils, glasses, bowls, plus much more. Please note that there is no stove however an induction heat hot plate is provided. Other hot plates are not permitted.
All necessary linens and towels, including adult size bathrobes are provided plus a hairdryer, an iron, ironing board and drying rack.
Outside, you will find your own seating area with a propane (provided) barbecue and patio table.
Acesso dos hóspedes
Guests have access to the front of the house.
The back of the property is restricted.
Interação com os hóspedes
I will greet you upon arrival to welcome you and show you through your suite. Thanks to your own entrance, you will have complete privacy throughout your stay.
I live in the upper levels of the house, which is closed off from your suite and I use a separate entrance on the side of the building. I am easily accessible if needed and I quickly respond to your inquiries (phone or text), however I am not intrusive and very respectful of your privacy.
Please note that because I live above the rental unit, you will hear some normal everyday living noises such as foot steps and my dog's pitter patter, but I do go out of my way to keep it as little as possible.
If you let me know in advance what type of information you would like about the area, I will be sure to have it ready for your arrival.
I love this quaint and artsy community because of its rich history, its beauty and the wonderful people who live here and who visit.
Burnstown is named after Scotland's favourite son and poet Robbie Burns. Burnstown was first settled around 1825.
You might think that Burnstown is the prototypical one horse town on four corners however it is a hidden gem. Found in the tree-covered valley south of Renfrew, Burnstown is home to well-known artists and charming eateries. Historic log cabins and colourful clapboard homes line the few streets of our walkable town. The scenery, especially the bridge over the Madawaska River is spectacular. The elevation of the bridge over the river is amazing, and the view is gorgeous.
No smoking allowed inside - an ashtray is provided outside for those who wish to smoke.
Burning of candles or incense inside is not permitted. Flameless candles are provided.
Please remove outside shoes and leave the suite in the same condition as when you arrived.