Guidelines

Channel Waterfront Cottages

Guidelines for your stay:

CHANNEL WATERFRONT COTTAGES are private residences away from home for registered guests. To ensure that all guests can unwind and rest peacefully, we respectively request the following: Sit back, relax and enjoy your stay! Please feel free to contact José or Stacie directly if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you for your business!!!

José and Stacie DeMatos
Channel Waterfront Cottages

Due to safety and insurance liability, not bicycles, scooters, roller blades or hoverboards are permitted.

No parties, loud disturbances and/or noise-nuisance are allowed or tolerated on the premise. In the event of a disturbance, one polite request (warning) will be given to reduce the noise. If our request is not followed, the guest(s) will be asked to leave the property without refund.

RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE: Channel Waterfront Cottages are privately owned and operated. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason(s) that does not violate Federal or State laws. Channel Waterfront Cottages has a zero tolerance policy in which we will refuse to admit or refuse service or accommodation in our property or may remove a person, without refund, who refuses to abide by the reasonable standards, policies and laws established by the State of New Hampshire and the owners for the operation and management of the property. Channel Waterfront Cottages will refuse service or evict a guest: for refusal or failure to pay for accommodations, is under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or any other intoxicating substance and acts in a disorderly fashion as to disturb the peace of other guests or is not in compliance with state liquor laws; acts in a disorderly fashion as to disturb the peace of other guests; is unable to properly supervise their children at all times, seeks to use the property for an unlawful purpose; seeks to bring into the property: an unlawfully possessed firearm; or something, including an explosive or hazardous or toxic substance, that is unlawful to possess and that may be dangerous to other persons; destroys, damages, defaces, or threatens harm to the property or guests; causes or permits persons to exceed the maximum allowable occupancy of a cottage, refuses to abide by the reasonable standards or policies established by Channel Waterfront Cottages for the operation and management of our property.