Cabins. 3.5.1 Except as provided in an approved Management Plan or Park-Specific Appendix, Inuit may continue to occupy a Cabin existing in a Park on the Effective Date of this IIBA without the imposition of any territorial tax or fee.
Cabins. Satellite WIFI is provided and is shared by the four cabins. The speed is usually good but does not support streaming/zoom and there can be unexpected slowness or outages. There is no TV but an assortment of games and puzzles. Lodge: Satellite WIFI is provided. There is smart TV/DVD for movies and streaming (using guest account) and viewing Samsung TV programming.
Cabins. Cabin 1-8 (12 single beds): $60 x cabins x nights = $ Cabin 9-10 (2 queen beds + hide-a-bed): $60 x cabins x nights = $ White Trailer (3 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen): $75 x nights = $ Camping Sites RV site with 30-amp power: $40 x sites x nights = $ RV/tent site un-serviced: $40 x sites x nights = $ *Prices are subject to change* Cancellation policy: Groups must cancel 72 hours prior to their booking in order to receive a refund less a 15% administrative fee. Payment to be made prior to or upon arrival. Payments can be made by cash, cheque, credit card or E-transfer (to firstname.lastname@example.org). Contact email@example.com for credit card processing. WPC is GST exempt and therefore no GST will be charged. I hereby agree to the rental agreement above
Cabins. The cabins sleep 84 in bunks beds with 16 single beds available, giving a total capacity of 100 in the cabins. There is space for additional tenting and RV parking if required. Please note that all single beds have a mattress on them and we have approximately 30 mattresses on the bunk beds. To avoid disappointment, ensure you bring something to sleep on. The cabins are all within close proximity to the washrooms and shower facilities. They have electricity in each, however they aren’t heated. Please ensure that beds and mattresses are not moved between cabins. The cabins have the following capacity available: Cabin 1 – 8 in bunk beds + 2 single beds Cabin 2 – 8 in bunk beds + 2 single beds Cabin 3 – 8 in bunk beds + 2 single beds Cabin 4 – 12 in bunk beds + 2 single beds Cabin 4.5 – 12 in bunk beds + 2 single beds Cabin 5 – 12 in bunk beds + 2 single beds Cabin 6 – 12 in bunk beds + 2 single beds Cabin 7 – 12 in bunk beds + 2 single beds Xxxx Xxxxx: Xxxx Xxxxx has 7 private bedrooms, a kitchen area with dining space, lounge with comfortable seating and 3 private bathrooms. Each bedroom has 2 single beds. Two of the bathrooms have an attached shower with the third bathroom just having a toilet and sink. The rooms in Xxxx xxxxx are all heated and have ample electricity available. This building is located in close proximity to the dining hall. Kootenay Hall: Kootenay Hall is the central building of the camp. It includes a large flexible space that can be used for meetings, dining, or lounging. The flexible space contains a kitchen, multiple couches and tables that can be adjusted to meet the needs of your group. Please ensure that everything is put back to its standard configuration to ensure that it is ready for the next guests. There is a private bedroom featuring a queen bed and an ensuite bathroom. There are also two private rooms with a single bed in each that have a large bathroom in close proximity. Please note that this area also contains our first aid station featuring an Epi-pen and an AED, as well as basic first aid supplies. Please use this equipment if required, however there will be a replacement charge levied. It is expected that you will contact the Camp Director if any of this equipment is used to ensure that we can have it replaced if necessary. Basic first aid supplies are only to be used in an emergency as it is expected that each group will bring their own supplies. Washrooms: Two washroom buildings are located onsite. One of them (near w...
Cabins. The Cabins shall be in good working order and repair and contain a designated number of beds and mattresses as well as kitchen utensils, dishes and other household equipment. Guest(s) must provide their personal hygiene supplies/toiletries, food and beach towels if going swimming while in Arkansas. At check-in Guest(s) will be supplied with an inventory of linens and towels for use in the Cabin. There are limited washer/dryer facilities available for use if linens or towels need to be washed during your stay at the Facilities. Guest(s) shall confirm the inventory upon arrival and note any missing or damaged items as well as any other conditions that may require attention of the Tributary custodial staff. All repairs and maintenance shall be performed by the Tributary personnel. At check-out Guest(s) and the Tributary personnel will inventory the Cabin. Guest(s) shall return the Cabin at the end out their stay in the same condition as check in, ordinary wear and tear excepted. Guest(s) are responsible for any damage or loss of inventory that occurs during Guest(s)’ stay regardless of the cause but excluding damage due to weather or other events beyond the control of the Guest(s).
Cabins. The parties agree that retrofitting the cabins, which are existing facilities, on the property to make them accessible would be a significant undertaking and one that is not necessary if two new, accessible cabin units were constructed. The Resort, therefore, agrees to construct two new cabins that are in compliance with Title III of the ADA. The Resort agrees that these cabins will be constructed in accordance with the 2010 Standards. For purposes of this Agreement, the Resort shall ensure that these two cabins are also made accessible to the hearing impaired as required by the 2010 Standards. The Resort shall ensure that the Site Arrival and Entrance to these two cabins are in compliance with Title III of the ADA as required by the 2010 Standards. In addition to the two, newly constructed, accessible cabins referenced in the preceding paragraph, the Resort shall ensure that there are 12 (i.e., 2% of 579 cabin units) existing cabins that are made accessible for persons with hearing impairments as required by Sections 9.1.3 and 9.3 of the 1991 Standards.
Cabins. Eight (8) deluxe cabins consisting of two bedrooms, one bedroom offers a double bed and the second bedroom offers two bunk beds and a rollaway, sleeping eight (8). Twenty-two (22) standard cabins consisting of one bedroom that offers a double bed and the second bedroom offers two twin beds and a rollaway, sleeping five (5).
Cabins. Each cabin comes with pillows and bed covers as well as a TV, microwave, coffee maker, and charcoal grill. - Only initial paper goods, such as toilet paper and trash bags are furnished. - Guests must bring their own bed sheets, pillowcases, bath towels, kitchen towels, pots, pans, dishes, silverware, shampoo, and all personal items. - Bed linens are available for an additional one-time fee of $10 per bed. - Limited kitchenware is provided for Cabins 49, 61 and HH. These items should be washed and placed back in their proper place when you leave the cabin or a cleaning fee will apply. - Pets are allowed in our cabins at no fee. However, if there is pet hair or indications of a pet being in the cabin, a $50 fee will apply. When outside the cabin, they must be on a leash and it’s preferred that they are crated when inside the cabin.