Current Season Rental Rates

2021 RENTAL COTTAGES

All of our remaining dates for June, July, and August are now listed on our offers page.

2021 Deposits
At this time, with the rise in COVID cases, we are only processing 10% of the total rental income to secure your booking(s). Additionally, some cottage owners may opt to remove their cottage from the available rentals. While we hope this not to be the case, we will work with you to find another cottage under our standard policies should the original cottage booked be unavailable for your stay with us. If no suitable cottage is available we regrettably reserve the right to cancel your reservation.

Summer Bookings for 2022
Due to our unique setup, we are unable to accept reservations for 2022 at this time. To be added to our 2022 wait-list, please email us directly at stay@summervillage.ca and we will notify you when our rates/cottages are available. Thank you for your interest and we would be excited to welcome you next year!

** As an active member of the Prince Edward County Accommodation Association (PECAA,) Sandbanks Summer Village Resort Management applies a 4% Tourism Levy. This Municipal Accommodation Tax (MAT) is used to improve tourism infrastructure, planning, development, & maintenance of local attractions administered by PECAA and is no longer voluntary.

Full Rental Policies
To view all of the current rental policies, please click here.

Pet Policy
Pets are not permitted on the resort without a copy of up-to-date vaccination records filed and registered at the front desk.

At this time, the following dog breeds are not permitted on the resort: Akita, Alaskan Malamute, Chow, Doberman Pinscher, German Shepherd, Husky, Pit Bull, Presna, Canario, Rottweiler, Wolf Hybrid.

For all other Pet Policies, please visit the rental policies page.

VERY IMPORTANT: Should the front office receive any viable complaints regarding your pet by other guests or cottage owners, authorization for your pet to remain on the resort may be revoked and alternative arrangements would need to be made.