Since our arrival in Quebec in 1996, we created our business "Aventure Rêve Blanc", offering dog sledding rides from half-day to 6 days, together with snowmobile rentals. We had a passion for dog sledding for many years and we decided to share it. 3 years later, we decided to create a B&B and built a building next to our residence.

Initially, this building was to be used for our horses, but the request for lodging grew rapidly and brought us to make changes to have more lodging capacity and offer restaurant services.

The first level was the stable for 4 years and we converted the upper level with 4 rooms and two shared bathrooms.

In 2003, the stable was transformed in a kitchen, bar and dining room. Simultaneously, we started the construction of the "small pavilion" with 3 bedrooms with private bathrooms.

In 2005, we added a fourth room to the "small pavilion" and transformed the bathrooms. We added an extension to the main building to have a welcome area.

From 2008, we undertook major exterior improvements like the ground pool, asphalt in the parking lot, installation of the exterior spa, sauna, bike shelter and the creation of the pond.

Finally, in 2010/2011, we made two extensions to the main building to deal with the request of our growing clientele for restaurant and receptions.

How to get there

IMPORTANT NOTE: Google map or google earth directions, together with your GPS directions are wrong. Please follow only the directions on our plan.

L'Auberge Rêve Blanc Inn is located at 2.30 hours from Montreal and Ottawa, bordering the river La Lièvre in Mont-Laurier. From Montreal, take highway 15 and continue on route 117 (you naturally get on route 117 from the autoroute) until Mont-Laurier.

From Gatineau/Ottawa, take route 309 north until Lac des îles. Go through this village and go on for 7 km and turn right. Blue direction panels are installed on route 309 north and south.

Auberge Rêve Blanc & Restaurant Côté Nord
707 chemin de Ferme Rouge
Mont Laurier QC J9L 3G3
1 819 623 2628
Toll free 1 866 523 2628

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