Hinterhouse, located in a densely forested hillside with sweeping views of the Mont-Tremblant Valley, was built with the spirit of remoteness. This compact vacation rental in Quebec has two bedrooms and one bath within an open-plan living space. Skiers and snowboarders will enjoy its proximity to Mont Tremblant's resort: just a 15-minute drive away.
|Min. Stay||2 nights|
|Tax||No taxes (Rate includes tax)|
|Sec. Deposit Due||Deposit required at check-in with credit card|
|Sec. Deposit Returned||Refund of deposit by owner within 7 days after stay|
Guest will receive a full refund if booking is cancelled at least 60 days before the time of check-in. If the guest cancels 30-60 days before the start of the stay, they will receive a 50% refund. If they cancel within 30 days of the start of the stay, no refund will be given. BoutiqueHomes Service Fee is non refundable.
|Owner Cancellation Fee||CAD$100|
USE OF RENTED PREMISES AND LESSEE’S RESPONSIBILITIES No smoking in the unit.The Lessee must inform the Lessor of any damage or breakage caused during the stay.The Lessee is liable for material damage in or to the unit rented during the rental period for any cause whatsoever, except damages resulting from construction defects, lack of maintenance, natural and technological disasters, and any damage normally covered by the Lessor’s residential insurance policy. The Lessee agrees to hold the Lessor harmless from any claim whatsoever resulting from damages for which the Lessee is responsible.The Lessee is responsible for the actions of any other person on the rental premises.The Lessee agrees to respect the rental premises and leave them in the same condition as when they were rented. Furniture and objects for the Lessee’s use must be handled with care and used only for the purposes for which they are intended. The Lessee agrees not to use any premises other than those rented and to respect the property of neighbours and other local residents.The Lessee is liable for all damaged furniture or objects, for any damage caused to the rented premises, including the grounds and outdoor facilities. The Lessee agrees to abide by reasonable rules of conduct and not to disturb neighbours or other local residents. The Lessee must keep noise to a reasonable level, both inside and outside the unit. Noise must be kept to a minimum after 9 P.M. Any defects noted by the Lessee during the rental period must be reported immediately.The number of people authorized to stay in the rental unit, as indicated in this agreement, may not be exceeded at any time. IMPORTANT CONDITIONS The Lessee agrees to respect the rules of the establishment at all times. This commitment also extends to people accompanying the Lessee and his or her guests.The establishment may be rented for vacationing purposes only.The establishment has a maximum capacity of 4 people.The Lessee may not transfer his/her rights under this rental agreement or sublet the unit.If, on the date of departure, the Lessee does not leave at the time stipulated in the agreement, additional charges of $100/hr may apply. CHECKLIST BEFORE LEAVING THE UNIT Make sure the fireplace / fire pit are completely out.Leave the garbage and recycling in the bins in the house. If you used the BBQ please be sure to empty the ashes before you leave. The windows are closed and locked.The outside doors are closed and locked.The keys are left in the agreed spot.GENERAL PROVISIONS This short-term rental agreement will be amended automatically when the Lesee books this space.Even if any of the provisions in this agreement is deemed null and void, the other agreement provisions remain valid. The parties must come to an agreement reflecting as much as possible the economic objectives of the two parties to this agreement in order to replace the provision deemed null and void. This agreement is to be governed and interpreted in accordance with the laws in force in the Province of Quebec and in Canada. OTHER PROVISIONS The Lessor guarantees that the establishment holds a valid classification certificate issued by the Corporation de l'industrie touristique du Québec in accordance with the Quebec Act respecting tourist accommodation establishments.The Lessor may not be held liable for any accident, injury or illness that is the fault of the Lessee, and that may befall the Lessee or his/her guests during the stay. By accepting this provision, the Lessee and his/her guests accept the risks associated with their stay at the establishment.The Lessor may not be held liable for the theft or loss of the property of the Lessee or his/her guests during their stay.