Chalet Beauvais-Labonté Establishment No: 247715

The shelter is two steps from the beach. "Du Cap" beach is one of the hottest, longest and secure beach of the îles-de-la-Madeleine. The terrace will let you enjoy your morning coffee and your apéro while contemplate the islands.

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34, road De la Baie de Plaisance
Havre-Aubert, G4T 9A1
(Quebec, Canada)

Phone : 514 660-2894 Phone : 514 660-2894 Phone : 514 793-3520 Phone : 514 793-3520


1 Residence

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    Chalet Beauvais-Labonté

    Maximum number of person : 4
    Number of bedroom (First floor) : 2

    Size of accommodation

    Length : 
    6.1m / 20 feet
    Width : 
    7.92m / 26 feet
    Height : 
    2.44m / 8 feet
    Location of the unit : 
    Ground floor

    List of the bed

    • 2 x 54" Bed

    List of the equipment

    • Private bathroom with shower
    • Television
    • Microwave

    Pricing for the season 2021

    Price per day for 4 persons
    • 100$ per day low Season
    • 150$ per day mid Season
    • 200$ per day high Season
    Price per week for 4 persons
    • 780$ per week low Season
    • 925$ per week mid Season
    • 1320$ per week high Season

General information

Island Havre Aubert Island
Nearest Beach Du Cap (Cape) Beach
Distance from the beach 0 km
We speak Français, English
Max. welcoming capacity 4 persons
Equipment inside the accommodation
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Cable internet
  • Cable TV
  • CD player
  • Dinning room
  • Dryer
  • ECommunity kitchen and living room
  • Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Radio
  • Salon
  • TV
  • Washer
Installations outside of the accommodation
  • Patio
  • Table
Additional Information
  • Access to the beach
  • Bedding (Free)
  • Non-Smoking
Establishment No 247715
Type of accommodation Cottages
Check-in time of the accommodation 16h00
Check-out time of the accommodation 12h00
Residence of owner during the rental In another residence
weekly rental From saturday to saturday
Payment methods accepted

Reservation request

Weekly rental from saturday to saturday

Reservation request

Cancellation Policy

  • Should the establishment has its own policy of deposits and cancellation it will be applied. Communicate directly with the establishment to find out more about its deposit and cancellation policy. If the establishment doesn't have its own policy of deposits and cancellation, the establishment undertakes to respect the following conditions:
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Availability

Dates and opening hours

  • From May 1, to October 29, 2021

    On reservation

Seasons

High

From June 26, to September 3, 2021
From June 25, 2022 to September 2, 2022

Mid

From May 29, to June 25, 2021
From September 4, to October 1, 2021
From May 28, 2022 to June 24, 2022
From 3 to September 23, 2022

Low

From 1 to May 28, 2021
From 2 to October 30, 2021
From 7 to May 27, 2022
From September 24, 2022 to October 29, 2022 Close

Should the establishment has its own policy of deposits and cancellation it will be applied. 

If the establishment doesn't have its own policy of deposits and cancellation, the establishment undertakes to respect the following conditions:

Deposits Policy

General Conditions of Sale

Cancellation Policy

Force Majeure Clause - COVID-19

All deposits and final payments will be non-refundable or subject to a travel credit from the establishment, where appropriate, if the force majeure stems from the COVID-19 pandemic, IF the reservation was made after March 13, 2020, when the Government of Québec declared a state of emergency due to the pandemic.

The client who made a reservation after March 13, 2020, admits doing so in full knowledge of the situation regarding the pandemic and its possible long-term consequences.

The client understands and accepts the risks associated with both the pandemic and the application of the clause regarding the cancellation and non-repayment of his reservation, which can be subject to a travel credit from the establishment, where appropriate.

Force Majeure Clause

Force majeure events are unpredictable and irresistible events beyond the control of a party to this contract against which said party cannot protect or defend itself. Force majeure events include, but are not limited to, the following: any and all damages caused by nature, a fire or an explosion, the unavailability of public utility services (telecommunications failures or power outages), the unavailability of maritime or air transport, a revolution, a riot, a war (declared or not), an insurgency, an act of terrorism, an epidemic or a pandemic (including COVID-19), an embargo, a lockout, a strike or any other labour dispute, civil or military forces interventions, as well as the application of a government order, a court order or a public authority order.

With the specific exception of payment obligations, a party is not considered to have failed to comply with its obligations and is not responsible for damages and delays if such failure, damages or delays stem from a force majeure event.

During a force majeure event, the party unable to fulfill its obligations under this contract must, when possible, take any and all necessary measures to end the force majeure event or mitigate its impact (if ending the event is not possible).

If an obligation cannot be fulfilled due to a force majeure event, the creditor party can, at its sole discretion, terminate the contract, meaning said party can suspend the contract, in whole or in part, for the duration of the force majeure event.
While performance delays are in order, the establishment will not be held accountable for any and all damages stemming from the failure to comply with its obligations under this contract, in whole or in part, if such failure is associated with a force majeure event and not caused by its own doing or carelessness.

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This establishment accept weekly rental from saturday to saturday only.

But you can contact the business directly to make other arangements if necessary.

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