Yes! We have a few properties that allow 2–3-night stays throughout the year. Many of our suites allow these short stays. Find these when you “Search All Rentals” by selecting “Short Summer Stays” in Rental’s dropdown in the Search Rentals box.
After Labour Day through late June, homes are available for 2-night minimums.
Unfortunately, we do not represent any properties that allow 1-night stays. You must book a minimum of 2 nights.
- High season is late June/Canada Day through early September/Labour Day.
- Mid-season (Fall) is after Labour day to before Thanksgiving.
- Quiet season is after Thanksgiving to before May long weekend.
- Mid-season (Spring) is after May long weekend to before high season.
Check-in is 5:00pm.
Check-out is 11:00am.
During the summer months, we do not allow any early check-ins or late check-outs.
Mid & Quiet Season, we may be able to accommodate this. Please reach out via email a week prior to your stay, and we can let you know.
As of February 1, 2021, Prince Edward County implemented a 4% Municipal Accommodation Tax. This tax is charged on the accommodation portion of all short-term, roofed accommodation reservations in Prince Edward County (e.g., motels, hotels, inns, B&Bs, vacation rentals, etc.)
Some properties may charge a cleaning fee and/or a pet fee (if it is a pet-friendly property.)
The damage deposit is provided to Sandbanks Vacations via credit card preauthorization at the time of booking. In some cases, we will require the refundable damage deposit to be paid upfront. Fourteen (14) days after you check out, the damage deposit can no longer be processed and expires. This gives us time to resolve any claims to the satisfaction of all parties. If damage or a violation has been identified, we will notify the Renter within 72 hours, although this may take longer if your check-out falls on a Friday or Saturday. Property owner teams check properties after guest check-out and before new check-in, but sometimes it takes a few days for notifications to reach us.
If you have overnight guests, this needs to be shown on your rental agreement. If it is a last-minute decision, you MUST contact Sandbanks Vacations to confirm you are allowed.
As of 2020, there are new Prince Edward County short-term accommodation (STA) bylaws, and exceeding property maximums could result in fines or extra charges. Please note the maximum occupancy guidelines in each property listing and ask if you have any questions.
Many cottages offer a fire pit, but not all. Before starting an outdoor fire, The County requires you to call the Permit Department to notify them of each fire planned. You will need to ensure there is no “burn ban” on, and this information should be relayed when you call the Permit office. Often you will find the permit in the guest guidebook at the property or on the fridge. You will be asked to provide the permit number and fire route address (usually the 911 address).
For those who wish to bring a fire pit, you must okay this with us, and the Owner must arrange a fire permit with the Permit Department before your stay.
Please use care when building a fire. Never leave the fire unattended and have several buckets of water on hand before building a fire.
Renters may be charged additional costs if the property is left in an unreasonable condition or damage is found.
This information can be found in your Welcome Package email (emailed out approximately four (4) weeks prior to your arrival). Please make sure to add email@example.com to your contact list so that essential communications do not filter into your Junk/Spam Mailbox.
If you have questions or concerns, we encourage you to contact the “Owner Contact” in your Welcome Package. If they have not responded within a couple of hours, you may contact Sandbanks Vacations. Our emergency number can be found in the Welcome Package email for after-hours emergencies when the Property Owner cannot be reached or in case of emergency.
Where properties are pet-free, we respectfully ask that no guests bring pets even for a short visit as Owners can be highly allergic.
The Travel Industry Council of Ontario (TICO) is a self-managed, not-for-profit corporation responsible for administration and enforcement of the Ontario Travel Industry Act, 2002 and Ontario Regulation 26/05 on behalf of the Ontario government. The legislation governs all the approximately 2,400 travel retailers and travel wholesalers registered in Ontario. In addition, TICO administers an industry-financed Travel Compensation Fund.
TICO exists to increase consumers’ awareness of their rights and responsibilities under the Ontario Travel Industry Act, 2002. TICO is here to let the consumer know they have rights and that they are protected when booking a vacation. TICO does this through:
- Consumer Protection
- Complaint Resolutions
- Government Liaison
For more information on TICO, please go to https://www.tico.ca/about-tico/who-we-are.html.
- 4 Passenger ½ Ton Pickup
- 5 Passenger Ford Flex (x2)
- 9 Passenger Transit Bus (x2)
- 11 Passenger Transit Bus
- 16 Passenger Party Bus
- 22 Passenger Luxury Mini Coach
As of 2021, we are offering a new option for our Private Tours. Please go to our Tour Page and check out the pricing and options for the Private Tour.
Toggle ContentWe accept payment by Visa or MasterCard. We also accept email bank transfers sent to our email.
Tours cancelled two or more weeks before the tour date are fully refundable. Tours cancelled within two weeks of the scheduled tour date are subject to a cancellation penalty. Tours cancelled within one week of the tour date are non-refundable. Please see the tour cancellation policy in full at the bottom of your booking receipt.
(if you are cancelling due to Covid-19, please see our Covid-19 Cancellation Policies)
If you are making lunch or dinner reservations, please let us know at the time of booking so we can schedule your times accordingly.
You’re welcome to bring a snack and bottled water for your group to enjoy during the tour.