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Pointers for a Good Cabin Rental Experience

So you’ve decided you’ll go for a cabin rental for your next family trip. But where do you start? With so many cabin rentals today, you’ll be looking at a sea of choices in front of you. That can be overwhelming.

To make your job of finding the right cabin rental easier, follow these tips:

Start ahead.

For most people, vacation planning starts immediately after New Year’s. Also, in a lot of the popular vacation destinations, there will be loyalists – people who’ll want the same house for the same period every single year For the widest selection, begin even shortly before New Year’s and and inquire about discounts for early birds. This discount can be as great as 10%, so don’t think twice about asking.

Define your wants and needs.

Need to bring you kitty? Ask if they allow pets. Planning cookouts? The grill should be in perfect shape. Yes, you need a written contract, and this document should have all of these details and more, including a contact person’s name and number (in case you have issues during your stay).

Wait if it pays to.

This may seem like the antithesis to the first tip, but in very popular destinations, supply outweighs demand. That’s why the closer you get to the high season, the more owners and agents will be scrambling to fill their houses.
If your vacation dates and amenity requirements are flexible, you can make some good savings if you search for a cabin rental at the last minute. Just don’t get too attached to a particular rental, and remember what this really is: a game of risk versus chance.

Examine the fine print.

Before committing yourself to a cabin rental, know what it involves. Get down and dirty reading their terms and conditions. Will furnishings be included? What about transportation? Cleaning services? Insurance? What are your obligations? Whatever other details you’re concerned about, ask the agent or owner. The last thing you want during a vacation is an unwanted surprise.

A lot cabin rental sites feature reviews and feedback from past guests. It’s good to spend a little time reading them. Don’t forget that a cabin rental is far from booking a hotel room – you have a binding contract between you and the owner. You can’t just terminate your plans and the contract and get your complete refund. Sometimes, you may have to wait a few weeks or even an entire month. So don’t think you’re being too fussy when you have nagging questions in your head. That’s just how it goes.

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