Some houses have specific rules for specific features, but all feature the same universal Outsite House Rules.
1. Check-In and Check-Out
We do not allow early check-ins or late check-outs.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Respect the Space.
Take your shoes off as you enter the Space, and do not use shoes in carpeted areas.
3. Be Mindful.
You're staying in a space with shared common areas, and there is no daily housekeeping. Keep shared areas clean and tidy, ready for the next person.
4. No Unconfirmed Guests.
All Guests need to be registered before arriving. Here’s how to add a Guest onto your booking.
5. No Smoking or Vaping.
Smoking and/or vaping are not permitted at Outsite Spaces. Instead, we suggest you make the most of the neighborhood, and take a stroll to smoke.
6. Up after 10PM? Keep it Quiet.
No noise after 10PM, including collateral noise from the kitchen, laundry or bathroom. Please use earphones if you’re up late. Violation of this rule may result in immediate eviction.
7. Stay Safe.
Please close and lock all doors and windows on your way out and at night. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Community Manager. For emergencies, call the local emergency services immediately.
8. Keep Our Planet Clean.
Turn off lights, A/C, heating and appliances when not in use, and make sure to use the recycling bins provided.
9. No Pets.
Animals are not permitted inside the Space without prior authorization. Contact email@example.com for more information.
10. Find a Safe Space to Park.
Any illegally parked cars are subject to towing; applicable fines and towing fees are the sole responsibility of the vehicle owner.
11. Waste and Recycling.
All full garbage bags must be placed in the corresponding garbage and/or recycling bins.
12. No Fires on the Property.
The burning of candles, incense, sage or palo santo is not permitted on the property. Burning or setting material alight on the property is prohibited.
13. Accidents and Injuries
Our locations are close to cliffs, surf beaches, and diverse wildlife - occasionally, these places can present hazards.
Cliff faces can be unstable, please beware of falling rocks or debris when in the vicinity. If you’re choosing to swim at surf beaches, beware of rip tides, and only enter the water if a lifeguard is present. When walking close to shallow water, you might find yourself in the company of a stingray or scorpion - watch your footing, and stay back when you see them.