2014 / 2015 Season

Long Term Winter Rates

Units are also available for short stays (weekends, holidays, midweek, etc...)

Full season rentals are 5 month rental (November 14 thru April 15)

Click on type of accommodations needed for more info about each units layout.



Deposit and Payment Schedule:

A deposit of $500.00 is required to secure  your seasonal rental, with 50 % of the total rental rate being due by August 1st.  The remaining balance is due 30 days prior to

check in.    

Heating:

Utility company needs to be contacted before arrival so that bills will become responsibility of tenant upon occupancy. If unit has gas fireplace, arrangements need to be made with Propane Company.   A security deposit may be required by the utility companies.

 

Damage Deposit:

A $750.00 damage deposit is required along with rental fee.  Property is inspected prior to your arrival and after your departure.  Deposit is held until the rental property has been cleaned and inspected, and until all utility bills have arrived and charges are paid.

The cost of any repairs, extra cleaning required, items missing from property, lost key or any other charges resulting from your stay will be deducted from this deposit.  The maximum amount of time damage deposit can be held is 45 days beyond departure date.

 

UNIT DESCRIPTION

RATE

 

1 Bedroom Studio

 

NA

 

2 Bedroom

("A" frame w/gas fireplace)

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 Bedroom

(1 level w/gas fireplace)

$5500

 

 

 

 

2 Bedroom

(2 levels

w/gas fireplace)

NA

  4 Bedroom plus Den Chalet NA

 

 

AMENITIES INCLUDE:

        TV, DVD

        "Fully Equipped Kitchen"  (coffee machine and toaster)

        Microwave oven

        Blankets and comforters

        All units have at least one Queen size bed

        Dumpster on premises allows easy trash removal

        All units have gas fireplaces

        Wireless Internet

 

                                                Sorry, No Pets

 

E-Mail: rentals@tripletree.com

This page and all subsequent pages are designed and maintained by  Mary Montemagni