1 double Bed
Internet - Free WiFi
Food & Drink - Refrigerator and free bottled water
Bathroom - Private bathrooms ( not in the room) and free toiletries
Practical - Free newspaper and desk
Need to Know - Every Day housekeeping, shared accommodations
$83/night Sun – Thu
$78/night Sun – Thu
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Whether you’re a couple or traveling solo, The Superior is there for when you want to live it up. It features a plush double bed, closet, mini fridge and a desk.
Room: F04 - Caboose
The Other Half of the Steam Engine Train Park
If you are looking for something different to experience in Chapleau, why not visit the Steam Engine train right on your way into town to learn about Chapleau's rich history? There's more than just the Old Iron Horse to see. The museum grounds include the footprints of Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson; a historic sawmill; a CP Rail caboose; a wood-carved monument to Chapleau's founding; and a monument to the French author Louis Hémon.
Room: F06 - Cabin in the woods
The Michael Levesque Hiking trails are composed of three different hiking routes ranging from 3.5 km all the way to 7 km; this is a great way to spend an afternoon and really experience Northern Ontario. And, if you choose the right trail, you will find a mysterious rock that stands taller than most! Is it Stonehenge? Easter Island? A glacial erratic? Go have a look for yourself!
F07 - Bush Pilot George Theriault's Fountain of Youth
Get an Aerial View of Chapleau (by foot or by plane)
This is another great way to really see all of Chapleau and to actually experience the wilderness first hand. To see Chapleau by plane, contact a local fly-in outfitter and arrange a flight.
By foot, the best view of the town is from the Chapleau Ski Hill. Not only is it a terrific hike but also has an excellent view of the forested hills that surround Chapleau. For a more accessible option, head to the top of the "walking-bridge" that connects Birch and Monk Street for a good view of the town.