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Village Grande Nature Chic-Chocs
Ranked #3 of 3 Hotels in Cap-Chat
Reviewed 16 August 2016

We were on motorcycles and found we had to travel 12-14 km's on a dirt road but the road was good.
We called for a room the only thing left was a Chalet, Glad for that because it was awesome. Nice people and very clean. Chalet had 2 bedrooms, living and kitchen area and l deck to sit out on. No internet but we didn't mind.
Great place....

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  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 21 September 2015

Under new management. We stayed there last March and the owner was very hospitable and very welcoming. They don't always have anyone to cook but he brought some friends in to cook for us. He was very helpful as well. We were on a snowmobile trip in the area and the rooms were very nice. Beautiful scenery as well. If they get more business there would be staff to cook but they have amazing cottages as well. No longer is there a pool but your sleds are put under cover in the garage.

Stayed: March 2015
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Reviewed 23 September 2013

Upon travelling throughout Gaspesie for near 10 years, we decided to try this "resort" for our regular stop on route to the Forillon National Park. Prior to making the reservation call, we carefully review this property website to ensure that they offer the services that we were looking for e.g, cottage accommodation, restaurant, indoor swimming pool and walking trails. Early in the Spring we made a reservation for a 3-day stay in the summer, for which we paid 50% of the total in advance to guaranty the reservation. During the telephone conversation, we were confirmed that both the restaurant and the swimming pool are open throughout the year.
Upon driving an ill- signaled dirt road (actually we have to stop and ask to a local to find it), we arrived at the location late in the afternoon. The entire facility appeared to be empty, there was no one at the reception in spite that we were the only arriving car and that we ring the bell at the reception desk. Eventually, we found the attendant in the lounge next door. The first thing we were asked was to paid the stay in full. We reply that we would like to see the cottage first. Then we found out that both the restaurant and the swimming pool were closed and that they will remain closed during our stay. We were not offered any site plan or advise on where and how to find the walking trails. When we indicated that we dd not have enough food to last for 3 days and that we were expecting to have dinner at the well advertised "blue fork" restaurant, we were told that they did not have enough people to justify opening the restaurant, that we could go back to the nearest food-store (approx. 20 km away), come back and cook our own meal, that's why we have a kitchen in the cottage. Further, we were told that this is a winter resort, therefore, not all the services were available in the summer (in spite that we were told the opposite when we booked).
As it was dusk already, the prospect of a dirty road crossing the wilderness in an area that we were not familiar with with the prospect that we may not find a food store open in the near by village was not an attractive idea. We decided to eat what we had and leave the next day.
We were told that if we want to leave the next day, we would have to pay full price for the one night ( we had a better price as a 3-day package), in spite that none of the services advertised were available. They demanded that we sort out the account on the spot, which we did, At that point, we just wanted to leave and so we did the following morning.
Not planning to go back any time soon.


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  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 June 2012

We stayed an overnight here at the start of the season and were the only guests. We were given a free upgrade to a suite of rooms with a fantastic balcony view of the mountains. The room was spotless and the wifi OK but a little slow. The cafe was not open as it was start of the season but the receptionist did offer to make us some snacks if needed. We had planned to barbecue anyway so found the picnic area with views of the mountains very pleasant.

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  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 March 2012

We stayed here one night before setting out on a 5-day ski tour in the park. Its main selling point is that the next morning you are at the trailhead, no more driving required. Room was a good size (we got the largest room) for staging our gear and packing our backpacks. However the room was over the bar which blared thumping music until well after we'd gone to bed. Did not see any other skiers staying there, only lots of snowmobilers. Food was pricey and so-so. Breakfast better than dinner. St Octave is a ghost town with an interesting back story and we enjoyed a walk among the remaining buildings and down the roadway with hand-lettered historical markers - here was the first mass celebrated, here perished a family in the fire. There's a great view of the snowy mountains in the distance which adds to the excitement of heading off on a backpacking trip because you can see your destination.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about Village Grande Nature Chic-Chocs

Address: 951, Route St-Octave | C.p. 518, Cap-Chat, Quebec G0J 1E0, Canada
Region: Canada > Quebec > Gaspesie Region > Cap-Chat
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Restaurant Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #3 of 3 Hotels in Cap-Chat
Price Range: RM324 - RM330 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Village Grande Nature Chic-Chocs 3*
Number of rooms: 14
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Perched 400 meters above sea level, the Village Grande Nature Chic-Chocs is dominated by the Chic-Chocs Mountains which have several peaks over 1000 meters, namely the renowned Mount Logan at 1128 meters. Nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy beautiful landscapes and many trails to practice their favourite sport. In winter, we can guarantee snow for lovers of winter sports, and that, as early as December 19 each year. ... more   less 
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