3 Bedrooms, 1 Bathrooms, 9 Sleeps
Daybed with pull out in 4 season sunroom (2 x twin beds)
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Must supervise children on trampoline and in waterMust supervise children on trampoline and in water
Pets allowed - $25/nt must be well trained & no droppings or hair$25/nt must be well trained & no droppings or hair
No parties/events - $800 fee if renters host a party.$800 fee if renters host a party.
No smoking - Smokers bring their own pillows & linen and smoke Smokers bring their own pillows & linen and smoke
Max guests: 10 (sleeps up to 6 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 25 - 2525
- No smoking; pets must leashed, cleaning fee does not include washing your dishes for you. Please keep noise to a minimum & respect the neighbors.
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About Owner/Property Manager
Lives in Winnipeg with her 2 children. Is a professional and business owner who has lived and worked around the world in her 20's and continues to travel the world with her family and friends for vacation and business purposes. The beach house is new however she used to rent the old 1930's cottage and made many wonderful connections. She is happy to share her new beach house and looks forward to spreading more memorable and beautiful memories to other families.
Owner/Property Manager purchased this Chalet in 2006
Why Owner/Property Manager chose Saint Laurent
Newly built in 2015. This was my Great-grandparent's lot since the early 1900's. This is the reason the cottage is in such a prime location. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as my family has enjoyed it over many decades!
What makes this Chalet unique
Le Crépuscule backs onto Lake Francis/Delta Marsh - one of the largest freshwater coastal wetlands in Canada. It stretches over 30 kilometres from Lynchs Point in the west to St. Ambroise in the east. The marsh formed thousands of years ago when the ancient Assiniboine River flowed into Lake Manitoba. Delta Marsh was recognized as an internationally important wetland under the Ramsar Convention in 1982, a Manitoba Heritage Marsh in 1988, and an Important Bird Area (IBA) in 1991. The IBA Program is an international conservation initiative coordinated by BirdLife International. The marsh provides critical habitat for a significant number of waterfowl, neotropical migrants, and songbirds every year. The Delta Marsh Bird Observatory monitors the spring and fall migrations of warblers and other perching birds, often recording the greatest number and variety of these birds in Canada. White-tailed deer are common on the lands bordering the marsh, and sharp-tailed grouse can be seen year round as well. Common furbearers include coyote, red fox, beaver and muskrat. The abundance of waterfowl found in the marsh includes Western grebes, canvasbacks, lesser scaup, American white pelicans and double-crested cormorants. The rich biodiversity of Delta Marsh has attracted people past and present, from all over the world and from all walks of life. Spear points, arrow heads and other evidence of early use by First Nations have been found throughout the area. More recently, generations of farmers, fishermen, hunters, and trappers living close to the marsh found themselves in the company of the British royal family, and later, movie stars, television personalities, and astronauts who have all spent time exploring and hunting waterfowl in this world-renowned marsh. Today the marsh is just as famous, but is attracting fewer hunters and more ecotourists.
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