The White House
The “White House”, the main lodge, is a gracious columned southern colonial style lodge on the shore of Lac Beauchêne that exemplifies old Southern charm.
Born from a Kentucky distillery fortune “Club
Beauchêne” was a family summer home built in 1924. The White
House went through extensive renovations in 2001, expanding the
facility while maintaining the original character capturing awards for
the best accommodations for an outfitter in the province of Quebec.
It is the heart of Lac Beauchêne and a central meeting point for all guests.
The main lodge houses the dining room, meeting room and lounge as well as several comfortable bedrooms with two and three beds,
each with a three-piece bathroom. There is an ice-maker available for
use of guests and, like each of the other American Plan facilities, a
refrigerator for our guests’ beverages. Coffee, tea and snacks are
always freely available.
Surrounding the White House are four log cabins, a more spacious and private alternative to the White House. These cabins will
accommodate two to ten people. No need to drive, all of these cabins
are situated a short walk from the main lodge.
Conveniently located just steps from the White House are the main docks
and boat launch, as well as reception and a Pro Shop for all the
The lounge offers guests a beautiful stone fireplace, bar, satellite television and pool table, making it the perfect spot to relax with a drink after a great day on the water. There is even a computer with internet access provided to allow our guests to keep in touch with the outside world.
The dining room and lounge areas of the White House are wheelchair accessible and washrooms are equipped for special needs.