Where: Montebello, Quebec
What: This sprawling resort, built in the summer of 1930, sits on 65,000 acres of lush forest. The manor looks like a massive log cabin, and was constructed using 1,200 railway cars full of timber (about 10,000 cedar logs). Situated next to the Ottawa River, this property sits on the border between Ontario and Quebec.
Capacity: Up to 425
Why We Love It: Truly a one-of-a-kind oversized log cabin, this unique venue was inspired by ski chateaus in the Swiss Alps. The resort has hosted a slew of high-profile meetings and guests include everyone from Margaret Thatcher to Ronald Reagan. Perfect for a rustic-chic, there’s even an onsite waterfall to say your “I dos” in front of.