Thank you for choosing Bayview on Hay Bay for your getaway!
Terms and Conditions for use of cottages and facilities
Check in Time Between 3pm and 6pm
Check out Time 11am
Payment: Full payment is due on the first day of the rental period. All prices are subject to 13% HST. There are absolutely no refunds. (This includes early departures due to poor fishing and poor weather). We accept VISA, MasterCard, Interac and cash.
Deposits: A non refundable deposit of $50 per cottage is required at the time of booking. Deposits can be transferred to a later date if a minimum of 30 days notice is given.
Reservations: The person whom the reservation is booked under assumes responsibility for any and all costs associated with the cottage rental. Any damage, unsanitary conditions, or uncleanliness will be charged to the person whom the reservation is booked under. A cleaning fee of $50 per hour will be charged if required.
No persons under the age of 21 shall make a reservation or be responsible for a reservation.
Injury, Loss or Damage: Bayview on Hay Bay shall not be held responsible for any personal injury or loss, however caused which may be sustained by the renter, his/her family, occupants, guests or any other persons who may be on or about property, or by the renter or any other persons who uses any utility, materials, or equipment including any and all recreation equipment that may be on or about the property. All risks of any such injury or loss shall be the sole responsibility of the renter.
Pets: One pet is permitted per cottage. Pets must NEVER be left unattended at anytime in the cottage. Owners must clean up after their pets. All pets MUST be kept on leashes at all times in public areas. Excessive barking will not be tolerated.
Smoking: Smoking is permitted in cottages 3,4&6 only. If you are staying in any other cottage please smoke outside.
Prices: May 1- June 15 a $40 per person charge is applied
June 15-October31 a per cottage charge is applied (please see office for current rates).
We hope we will become your yearly fishing/ cottaging tradition
Don and Maribeth Chisholm