The third candle is lit and Christmas is approaching. You’re wishing for white Christmas in absolute feel-good atmosphere? Then open the third door of our Advent calendar and discover this beautiful cottage in Canada!
Experience the wonderful combination of light, warm colours combined with wooden elements. With Canada’s mostly cooler temperature this 240 square meter cottage makes an ideal and cosy space for spending time together. The rustic interior design gives this property a special charm.
The open-plan and light-flooded living area offers the perfect ambience with its see-through fireplace and view in Bromont’s mountains and woods in the cold Advent season.
The both traditional and modern kitchen provides enough space with its cooking island and side-by-side fridge for all the groceries which are consumed during the period of Christmas Eve and Boxing Day. The kitchen is as well as the remaining rooms of the property, which was built in 2014, equipped with top-quality and huge windows.
The Craftsman-Style villa has a total of three bedrooms, which offer enough sleeping facilities for the whole family over the holidays.
The two high-quality bathrooms were designed by an architect as well as the rest of the Cottage.
This splendid contemporary residence is situated on a land of 3.1 acres on a mountainside in a rural setting, with private seasonal Bromont lake view.
Christmas in Canada
Are you asking yourself how to spend Christmas in Canada, or specifically in the province of Quebec? We will tell you all you need to know, as well as which traditions and customs form part of the Canadian Christmas celebration.
Canadian’s Christmas traditions and customs are similar to the ones in the USA. Everyone starts to decorate their homes and front yards early, for European circumstances sometimes a bit tawdry. The three Days of Christmas “Christmas Eve”, “Christmas Day” and “Boxing Day” from 24th of December till 26th of December also exist in Canada. Nevertheless, most of the Canadians still work on Christmas Eve and only on the 25th of December they celebrate Christmas with a feast and handing out presents.
The traditional Christmas dinner is typically turkey, however in Quebec “Tourtière” (meatloaf). In Canada is in general a variety of different traditions and customs due to the countries of origin of all the immigrants. There are especially differences between the French-speaking area in the East and the bigger English-speaking area.