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Domaine des Trois îles

Contact information

580, boulevard du Sacré-Coeur, Saint-Félicien, G8K 1T5

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418 515-4537

CITQ : 627620 (coolbox)

CITQ : 298444 (cottage)

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We are a company that distinguishes itself by its atypical, eco-responsible and original lodging offer, either in a mini house (COOLBOX) on an island near the city with a direct view of the river. Accessible by car, snowmobile and boat.



  • ė Reservations required
  • 5 Paid admission
  • ö Equipment rental
  • n Snowmobiling
  • ¢ Kitchenette
  • J Free wifi
  • ! Microwave
  • , Private bathroom
  • Â Pet-friendly
  • b Water access

Additional Information

18 units (coolbox)

1 unit (cottage)

$$$$$ (cottage)

Picnic area

Possibility of meal delivery on the island




Cottage :
Log cabin worthy of the mention the "cabin in Canada". In the heart of the island with a huge fireplace and its very rustic style ($$$$$).

Capacity of 14 people
Free wireless internet
Private bathroom
Pets accepted
Snowmobile access

Coolbox :
Four-season mini-chalets (CoolBox) located on an island.
Capacity from 2 to 4 people.

Open: During Summer

You will have the possibility to rent paddle boards to navigate in a channel within the islands. No matter the winds, you will be safe in a scenery not pricked by worms!

Sleeping on an island in a Coolbox minichalet is a unique experience that is sure to charm you! Tranquillity, change of scenery, novelty, sunset, outdoor fire and walking trail are words that represent us well.

Open: During Winter

A natural ice rink on the river in the center of the island is offered. The location and decor will charm many.

Open: During Winter

We offer the possibility of making a stop in a cabin on the river. You can go ice fishing in the comfort of a fishing hut less than 300 meters from your accommodation.

Open: During Winter

We offer a snowshoe trail that stands out for its visual diversity, sometimes on a channel inside the island, sometimes on the Ashuapmushuan River and in woodland.