Chalets Lanaudière joins Otis Nature!
In order to pursue the mission of Chalets Lanaudière, our goal is to make tourist accommodation and access to outdoor activities accessible to everyone.
We are pleased to announce the addition of 6 new universally accessible accommodation units at Chalets Lanaudière, including 2 units for 4 people and 4 units for 6 people.
Outdoor activities accessible to all!
Staying in an accessible unit is great, but being able to participate in a variety of outdoor activities with specialized facilities and equipment is truly the experience that Chalets Lanaudière wants to highlight! Canoeing, kayaking, swimming, hiking, and ice skating are all activities that everyone can enjoy during their stay, regardless of their limitations, and at no additional cost.
This expansion is part of our ongoing commitment to provide an exceptional stay experience for our customers. These new accommodation units will be equipped with all modern comforts, elegantly furnished rooms, private bathrooms, quality amenities, and Wi-Fi. We have also planned an outdoor relaxation area and a place for cooking on the BBQ and your evening campfires so that you can fully enjoy your stay.
We are delighted to offer our customers additional accommodation options to meet their needs. Whether you are travelling for pleasure or business, we look forward to welcoming you to our new accommodation units.
These tiny cottages will be available for rent starting next fall. In a few weeks, it will already be possible to reserve your unit for this fall or next winter. We will continue to update our website and social media with information about the construction of our new accommodation units, so stay tuned for more details!
We would like to thank the many partners involved in this project! We will announce these partners in due course at the official launch.
What is universally accessible accommodation?
A universally accessible unit is a living space, dwelling, or housing designed to be accessible and usable by all individuals, regardless of their age, size, physical ability, or health condition.
This means that universally accessible units are designed to be adaptable for individuals with physical disabilities or mobility limitations, as well as for the elderly, pregnant women, and young children. These units are equipped with special facilities and features such as access ramps, wider doors, an adapted bathroom, an adapted kitchenette, and grab bars.
The purpose of these units is to provide a safe, convenient, and accessible living environment for all residents, offering them greater autonomy and a better quality of life. By providing accessible housing options for everyone, universally accessible units aim to promote inclusion and diversity, and to help individuals with specific needs live more independently and fulfilling lives.