We will provide a full refund of your deposit (less $25 administrative fee) if you cancel your reservation by giving notice at least 90 days prior to your scheduled arrival date. If you cancel between 30 and 90 days prior to your scheduled arrival date, your deposit will not be returned, but you will not have any further payment obligations. If you cancel your reservation after 30 days prior to your scheduled arrival date, the full balance for your scheduled stay will be due and owing. We will make every effort to re-book the cottage should you have to cancel, but it is advisable to purchase travel insurance to protect you should unforeseen circumstances require you to cancel your reservation.
We find that our guests often consist of larger groups travelling together, who are booking their vacations many months in advance. January through March are our busiest booking months, and if we receive a cancellation one month prior to the arrival date, there is a possibility we won’t be able to re-book the cancelled dates.
One pass to the PEI national park is provided for shared use of the guests. Please remember to leave it in the cottage for the use of the next guests. Otherwise, we will have to purchase a new pass (at a cost of $98) and ask that you reimburse us.
In order to advance its priority of protecting the environment, the PEI Government has implemented mandatory garbage sorting rules. It’s not as complicated as it seems: organics (food waste, paper towel, food wrap, and boxboard like cereal boxes) go in the green bin, recyclables (metal, plastic and glass, in particular cans, jars and bottles) go in the blue bin and everything else goes in the black bin.
A very easy rule is: when in doubt, throw it out (in the black bin). We’ve had issues in the past with people putting waste items in the green bin, and no one wants to root through the decomposing food to take out the waste. Only organic material goes in the green bin.