Chalets De L'Anse Ste-Hélène

Gesgapegiag, Quebec

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Head to the Mi’kmaq community of Gesgapegiag to enjoy striking views of the Baie des Chaleurs and breathtaking sunrises at the Chalets de l’Anse Ste-Hélène.Our fully equipped cottages are perfectly suited for family vacations, romantic getaways or solo stays. Treat yourself to a one-of-a-kind experience and stay in a replica of La Grande Hermaine, the largest of the three ships Jacques Cartier used to cross the Atlantic back in 1535! Come stay in the Bay and make memories to last a lifetime.

Learn more about Chalets De L'Anse Ste-Hélène by visiting them online:

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Chalets De L'Anse Ste-Hélène

892 boul. Perron Est
Gesgapegiag, Quebec, G0C 1Y1
581 886-5455 bookings@gesgapegiag.ca Visit Website
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Learn more about Chalets De L'Anse Ste-Hélène by visiting them online:

Visit Website

Chalets De L'Anse Ste-Hélène

892 boul. Perron Est
Gesgapegiag, Quebec, G0C 1Y1
581 886-5455 bookings@gesgapegiag.ca Visit Website
The Original Original

Accredited Business

Business Hours

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Traditional Indigenous Dwellings

Traditional Indigenous accommodations were a sophisticated response to each community’s unique natural environment and lifestyle. Although contemporary Indigenous Peoples in Canada live in modern housing, our traditional dwellings can provide important insight into how we used to live.

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