OUR RENTAL POLICIES
Double Play Cabins' policies for less than 30-day rental periods are summarized on this page.
Contact us for special pricing and policies for monthly rentals.
During the online booking process for short-term rentals, you will be asked to review and accept our full rental agreement. If you have any questions, please send an Inquiry via the form below or contact us.
Reservations and Payment
The first payment of Thirty percent (30%) is due upon reservation.
The second payment of Seventy percent (70%) is due twenty-one (21) days before the reservation arrival date.
Otsego County occupancy tax is in addition to the Rent.
One day before the reservation arrival date, a credit card Hold (not a charge) of $300 is required as a Damage Deposit. The Hold is released seven (7) days after departure if there is no damage.
Sixty (60) - Day Cancellation Policy
We will refund your payments minus Ten percent (10%) of the Rent if you cancel more than sixty (60) days before your reservation arrival date. If you cancel at or within sixty (60) days of your reservation arrival date, there is no refund unless we can re-book at the same rate. In that case, we will refund your payments minus Ten percent (10%) of the Rent.
We highly recommend that you purchase trip cancellation insurance.
Our Pandemic Cancellation Policy
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, if travel to the Cooperstown area is prohibited by government mandates or if your baseball tournament venue cancels operations and your attendance, we will refund your payments minus seventy dollars ($70) to cover our bank payment and refund processing fees.
Parties: We allow one (1) well-supervised group or team party per stay.
Guest Limitations: The maximum numbers of guests per unit type are seven (7) for Cabins 1, 2, 3, and 4; nine (9) for the Ranch house; five (5) for the Hilltop Cabins; and six (6) for the Hilltop Cottage.
Smoking is prohibited inside and outside the dwelling units, but may be allowed at the Fire Pit only.
Animals: Pets of all kinds are prohibited. Bona fide service animals must be in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") guidelines in addition to local animal control regulations.