Married with 2 sons
Skier, road bike enthusiast
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Our stay at Ian's place was nothing short of amazing. Make no mistake, what you see in the pictures does not do this place justice. Very clean, very new, equipped with everything you could possibly need. EVERYTHING. From potato masher to wine bottle opener to tongs to baking pans.
The rooms were clean and the beds were comfortable.
The pool was a 45 second walk - there is 3 pools and one huge hot tub.
"Far Exceeds Expectation" is exactly how all 6 of us felt!
I will be coming back here next year. And i would strongly recommend this place to family and friends.
Ian (owner) and Raymond (property manager) were very quick to respond to questions and were helpfull in many ways.
One of the best Tremblant vacations iv ever had.
Mike + 5 friends.
We stayed at this place for 2 nights and our experience was great! The place was clean and we had everything we needed. Generally speaking the place was well-equipped. Logs and paper by the fireplace, lots of dishes kitchenware, etc. BBQ was good. A couple of forgettable issues were dealt with promptly by the manager who is right next door and very responsive.
The location is amazing - short walk to the tremblant village. Parking for extra cars was a few meters away, the pool and jaccuzi were wonderful and are right behind this place so you don't have to walk much.
Would go again!
Ian and his family stayed in my apartment and I really enjoyed meeting them! They left the place tidy, and Ian was a pleasure to correspond with. I am happy to recommend!
Ian was the perfect guest. He is clean, respectful, communicative and has a good sense of humor. His stay began with a phone call stating that I was trying to run to the Saturday morning farmer's market before it closed. He replied that he was only three blocks away, in a cab, and asked if I'd wait, so he could walk along. Who knew that the farmer's market and kale smoothies would be the highlight of his visit? I most enjoyed learning about his family, the company he works for and his world travels during our breakfast conversations. The world would be a better place if everyone was as easy-going as Ian.