Stowe Realty Rentals agents offer the most expert knowledge about renting vacation homes, knowing the entire inventory, prices, rental peaks and lulls unique to their location, and more. Our Stowe realtors will guide you through the entire process with consistent and professional service, which will make the process of renting a vacation home just as fun as the traveling!
Booking Your Stay
- Confirm the rate(s) and availability with us via phone, (802) 253-8484, or e-mail, Rentals@StoweRealty.com.
- Fill out, sign and return the reservation form (.pdf) sent to your e-mail with your payment details; print and fax back the form to our office at (802) 253-6152 or scan and e-mail to Rentals@StoweRealty.com. We will also send you an invoice and lease agreement for your review.
- Pay the reservation fee / the first half of the total rental amount due. The second half will be due closer to your arrival.
- Check-in. Check-in time is 4 p.m. on the day a guest’s scheduled reservation begins at our offices located at 25 Main Street, Stowe, Vermont. No early check-ins without prior consent of the owners. Upon arrival, guests will be given their key(s) and a welcome packet as well as any special instructions or updates that may be applicable to the unit.
- Check-out. Check-out time is 11 a.m. on the day a guest’s scheduled reservation ends. Any delay in check-out, without prior consent of the owners, shall result in guests being charged for another night’s stay.
- Security Deposit. Guests shall deposit with Stowe Realty Rentals a sum to be held in escrow to make repairs to the premises or personal property of the owner caused by the guests, guests’ family, agents and visitors or to pay bills occurring at the property on the guests’ account and the guest hereby agrees to pay any additional sum necessary to restore the premises or personality to its original condition. This deposit also serves as a security deposit and will not be returned if the guest does not occupy the premises or vacates the premise early. At the end of the said term of the lease, the owner shall return to the guest any monies not so expended within 14 business days.
- Cleaning. We guarantee that all of our properties will be “hotel clean” upon your arrival. We do thorough walk-throughs of each of our rental properties prior to a guest’s stay. If you are in any way unsatisfied, please call our office at (802) 253-8484 and we will quickly work through the problem! Guests shall be responsible for any undue and/or unreasonable cleaning of the unit immediately subsequent to the guests’ departure.
- Damage Charge. Any damage charges incurred by the guests not covered by the security deposit listed above shall be assessed to the credit card used to hold the reservation.
- Use of Premises. Guests shall only use the premises as a residence. The premises shall not be used to carry on any type of business or trade, without prior written consent of the owner. Guests will comply with all laws, rules, ordinances, statutes and orders regarding the use of the premises.
- Quiet Enjoyment. Guests shall be entitled to the quiet enjoyment of the premises, and the owner will not interfere with that right, as long as guests do not interfere with those rights of other guests.
- Pets. No pets of any kind are allowed to stay on the premises without permission of the landlord, in writing. NO SMOKING.
- Locked Areas. Areas that are locked, such as the owner’s personal storage spaces, for which guests are not provided a key, are off limits to the guests. Any attempt to enter locked areas is cause for immediate termination of the agreement, forfeiture of all monies paid and guests will be liable for any damage and/or missing items.
- Access by Landlord. The landlord, or his/her agents, reserves the right to enter the leased property for the following purposes between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. on not less than 48 hours prior telephone notice, with guest’s consent that shall not be withheld unreasonably: (a) when necessary to inspect the leased property; (b) to make necessary or agreed upon repairs, alterations or improvements to the leased property; (c) and to exhibit the leased property to prospective purchasers, mortgagees, tenants, workers or contractors. In the event the landlord has reasonable belief that there is imminent danger to any person or property, the landlord may enter the leased property without advance notice or consent of the guests.