Built in 1860 in the course of logging operations in the region, the building welcomes tourists since 1950. A rustic inn located in Boileau, its charm lies in a direct access to Lac Papineau, formerly Lac Commandant (in reference to Chief Jo Commandant). The reserve has recently changed ownership and bears the name Kenauk Nature. It is truly unique in the world with its 42 miles of shoreline and 43 islands.
Auberge du Lac Commandant : one of its missions is the preservation of the natural area where the inn is privileged to be located. Consequently, with a view to conserving the site, motorboats of more than 90 hp are prohibited (Sea Doos, wakeboards, etc.). We work jointly with the CNC (Canada Nature Conservation) and share it vision.
A true hideaway and a haven of peace, it offers all the comforts of an inn. In summer you can enjoy the vast terrace with a stunning view of the water and delicious barbecues. Enjoy a canoe ride at sunset or relax on the inn’s private beach. In winter have fun on the natural skating rink. Observe the white-tailed deer from the inn’s dining room or delight in a cross-country skiing or snowshoeing expedition.