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10 huéspedes
2 dormitorios
5 camas
2 baños
10 huéspedes
2 dormitorios
5 camas
2 baños
Indica el número de adultos.
Adultos
1
Indica el número de niños.
Niños
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Máximo permitido de huéspedes: 10. Los bebés no suman en el recuento.
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House, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 10)

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Looking for adventure, tranquility, and stunning vistas right off the back deck on your next vacation? This two-bedroom Orondo vacation rental promises all of the above in addition to a spacious layout, partial handicap access, and a shared pool and hot tub!

Located right on the mighty Columbia River, this home offers direct access to great kayaking, swimming, boating, and fishing. For hiking, biking, and backpacking excursions, venture just across the river to explore the peaks and valleys of the Cascade Range. If you prefer to take in the boundless beauty from the comfort of a chaise lounge on the porch, that's fine too!

The upper level of this home is handicap accessible and suitable for vacationers of all ages and needs. Enter into the open kitchen, living, and dining area - a spacious place for guests the gather for a card game or movie night.

The fully equipped kitchen includes a fridge, dishwasher, and plenty of cookware to make meal prep a snap. At the dining table, cushioned rolling chairs accommodate seating for four.

Through the glass door, this home's roomy deck dazzles in the Pacific Northwest sunshine. Boasting breathtaking views of the Columbia below and Cascades beyond, there's also a gas grill, two chaise lounges, and outdoor dining furniture - so all you need for a riverside barbecue is a bottle of wine, some burgers or dogs, and the people you love!

Back inside, a full-size Murphy bed, sofa bed, and queen-size bed provide plenty of sleeping options on the upper level. This part of the unit also houses a full bathroom with a walk-in shower.

The lower level is an open bedroom bonus space complete with a kitchenette, dining area, queen-size Murphy bed, sleeper sofa, and air hockey table.

In all, this home is spacious enough to sleep 10 guests with the added bonus of partial handicap accessibility to many of its best features.

A vacation in this abode can be as adventurous or relaxing as you make it. Relax on the deck or by the nearby shared pool, or challenge your fellow vacationers to a game of tennis or basketball on the shared sport courts. Take a soak in the shared hot tub (which is located on the owner's property right next door), cool off in the Columbia, or pack a lunch and make the short 26-mile trek to Lake Chelan for an afternoon of boating, fishing, or inner tube floating.

This comfortable home located in the aegis of the Cascades along the Columbia River makes it easy to plan an unforgettable vacation for guests of all ages, preferences, and needs. Whether you're looking to relax in the golden Orondo sun or hit the hiking trails, this spacious two-bedroom vacation rental is the perfect host for your next Pacific Northwest getaway!

(Due to certain regulations, all guests must be at least 25 years of age, unless accompanied by parent or legal guardian. Thank you for your cooperation!)
No of people can fit in is 10


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Reglas de la casa
La hora de llegada es a partir de las 16:00
Salida antes de las 11:00

Sun Cove Rules & Regulations


Intent It is the intent of these rules and regulations to augment the recorded Covenants of Lake Entiat Lodge Associated, also known as Lake Entiat Estates or Sun Cove, to protect the value and desirability of the property and homes within our community and protect the value, function, and use of the common areas and facilities.

Any violation of the rules and regulations below will be considered a documented offense. A violation notice will be issued for violations stating the timeframe for compliance and the fine schedule. Association employees attempting to enforce rules shall not be verbally or physically threatened.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. COMMUNITY PROPERTY .........................................................................................................................(URL HIDDEN)RESTRICTIONS/PETS/POOL/TRAIL………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
3 2. MOTORIZED VEHICLES/GOLF CARTS/TRAILERS .........................................................................................
4 3. MOORAGE ...............................................................................................................................................
5 4. COVES & LAKES ........................................................................................................................................
6 5. WASTE DISPOSAL .....................................................................................................................................
6 6. OUTDOOR FIRE & FIREWORKS..................................................................................................................
6 7. COMPLAINTS/PROBLEMS/ENFORCEMENT OF RULES AND FINES...............................................................
7 Primary Contact for Rental Properties

Entity you have contracted with: Rental Property Manager or Sun Cove property owner
Homeowners Association Office

Contact only if Rental Property Manager cannot be reached.
Emergency (Fire, Burglary, etc.)

Douglas County Sheriff - call 911 then call the Property Management Company or Sun Cove property owner

Association Safety Services Staff

(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

Power outage
Douglas County PUD @ (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
1. COMMUNITY PROPERTY

Definition of Community property: Association owned common space including but not limited to the clubhouse, pool and pool area, all community maintained grounds/buildings/structures /pathways/ systems, community parking areas, tennis/basketball courts, boat docks, boat launch and lagoons. Also designated as community property are the following roadways: West Beach Drive, Lakefront Road, and Lakefront Drive. All other roads within Sun Cove are public roads and are owned by Douglas County.

A. Hours of Operation I. Clubhouse Hours Summer Hours—Memorial Weekend to Labor Day Weekend 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM

Winter Hours Sunday thru Saturday 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM

II. Community Property Hours (Excluding West Beach Drive, Lakefront Road, Lakefront Drive) Dawn to Dusk

(No overnight camping on community grounds or sleeping in the clubhouse)

B. Identification required All vehicles parked on community property or in community parking areas must clearly display a current parking sticker on the dashboard or hanging in the rearview mirror or attached to bumper on rear of vehicle. Any vehicle not clearly displaying such pass will be provided a written warning for the first offense and towed at the owners’ expense for all following offenses.

C. Restrictions I. No alcohol consumption by anyone under the age of 21 on community property. II. No smoking within 25’ of the clubhouse, gazebo or pool area. III. No hunting on community property.

D. Pets I. While on Community Property, pets are required to be on leash at all times. II. No animal shall be allowed to make an unreasonable amount of noise or become a nuisance, as determined by the Board, at its sole discretion. III. Guests are required to “clean up” after their pets. IV. All pets will have an identification tag with the owner’s name and phone number. V. No pets in Clubhouse or pool area. VI. All pets must be under the control of the owner when off of rental home private property. VII. All service animals must have identification.

E. Swimming Pool We are required, as a Water Recreation Facility, to enforce Washington State pool rules. Refusing to obey the pool rules is subject to removal.

Pool Hours

8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Adult Lap Use Onl(URL HIDDEN) 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM General Use

SUN COVE POOL RULES WASHINGTON STATE POOL RULES Appropriate swim attire only Shower before entering pool
Pool toys only, all items from river prohibited No food or drink within 4’ of pool
No pets allowed No running or rough play
No smoking Swim “diaper” or protective covering required
No glass container on lower pool deck Children 12 and under must be with an adult (18+)
Parents are responsible for their children Children 13-17 must not use pool alone
Have fun Do not use pool under the influence of alcohol or drugs


F. Community Trail Rules & Etiquette I. Walkers, joggers, and riders – All trail users should use the right side of the trail to allow oncoming users and those coming up from behind to pass on your left, just like the rule of the road for automobiles. II. Riders – Bicycle riders should ride single file on the right side of the trail III. Passing from behind – Bicycle riders should pass walkers, joggers, and slower riders on the left when the trail is clear of oncoming trail users. Passing bicycle riders should announce their presence and intent to pass with “passing on your left” or similar phrase.

No motorized vehicles or golf carts allowed on community trails Waste: Please remove all trash and recycling and place in the nearest container

2. MOTORIZED VEHICLES / GOLF CARTS / TRAILERS A. County and State Law All vehicles driven on County/Community roads are subject to county licensing and all County and State motor vehicle laws. This includes golf carts in the Sun Cove golf cart zone. Golf carts must have an association permit sticker (registration) to be driven in the community.

B. Licensed Driver The operator of any motorized vehicle on community property must be a licensed driver. This includes, but is not limited to, motorcycles, golf carts, motorized bikes, motorized scooters, etc..

C. Safety I. There must be at least 14’ of clearance between vehicles on all community roads. II. Motorized vehicles must have spark arresters and mufflers. This includes motorized scooters, bikes and motorcycles, etc. Motorized vehicles are not to be driven on others’ vacant lots. III. Motorized vehicles and golf carts are not to be driven on community property with the exception of community owned roads, parking lots and such other special events designated by the association board of Directors(URL HIDDEN)
D. Parking I. Overnight parking on Community Property is not allowed. II. Park only in designated parking areas. A State issued Disabled Parking Permit is required when parking in designated disabled parking areas. III. Trailer Parking. Unattended (detached from tow vehicle) boat trailers left in the boat launch or on community property will be subject to fines and may be locked or removed.
3. MOORAGE I. Boat / Personal WaterCraft (PWC) moorage facilities are to be used by Home Owner Association members only. Guests must trailer their vessels. II. Vessels without approved Sun Cove stickers will be impounded (locked to the dock). Vessel owner will pay applicable fines to retrieve impounded vessel and must contact office at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), to set appointment to retrieve vessel. III. Fueling of vessel, or any vehicle, is prohibited on community property and is subject to immediate fines. No warnings will be given. IV. PWC are not allowed to park in a boat moorage slips. The designated area for PWC’s are: the outer perimeter of the upriver docks in the center lagoon, along the rope line in the upriver lagoon and at any designated PWC mooring buoy in the coves. Personal PWC moorage buoys in the coves are not allowed.

4. COVES & LAKE I. Maintain 200 feet from shoreline, while skiing or riding personal watercraft. II. Boaters, personal watercraft users and skiers are to observe common water safety rules. III. No swimming in or near the boat launch area or boat coves. IV. Comply with “no wake zone” signs. V. No beaching of boats on community property (this includes all watercraft such as canoes and paddle boats).

5. WASTE DISPOSAL & RECYCLING
A. Household I. Household garbage may be disposed of at the community compactor site. II. No item shall be left at or around the disposal area. III. Do not leave trash at site if compactor is away being dumped. IV. Boxes must be broken down before placing in recycle bin.

6. OUTDOOR FIRES & FIREWORKS I. No campfires, anytime, anywhere, including outdoor wood fireplaces, wood or coal fire pits. Controlled outdoor gas fueled fire bowls or pits and outdoor gas fueled enclosed fireplaces are allowed. II. BBQ’s are to be used for their intended purpose. III. For safety reason, use of fireworks is prohibited unless sponsored by the Home Owners Association and performed by a licensed pyrotechnic technician.

7. COMPLAINTS AND/OR PROBLEMS Call Rental Property Manager (Daniel (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) or Sun Cove property owner to report issues(URL HIDDEN)ENFORCEMENT OF RULES / FINES
A. Personnel No Association employee will be treated in a disrespectful manner. Employees attempting to enforce rules shall not be the target of verbal or physical abuse or threats. Any person on Association community property will provide as requested (i.e.…name, address, phone number, etc.….).

B. Process What You Can Expect From Staff if you are found in violation of a rule: I. That the staff member is courteous and professional and treats you in a respectful manner. II. That you will receive an explanation of the violation. III. If you are issued a warning or fine, that it will be explained to you as well as your options for resolving it. IV. All violations will be reported to the rental property manager or property owner.

C. Enforcement Compliance Owners (or renters) in violation of the Bylaws, Declaration, or Rules and Regulations adopted by the Board shall be subjected to the following procedures to enforce compliance. I. First Notice of Violation: a written warning for first violation, specifying time to come into compliance. Fines for forged stickers and fueling violations are not subject to written warning. These fines are immediate. II. Additional violations: Rental Property Manager or Sun Cove property owners will be called to enforce compliance.

D. General Fine Schedule The fine schedule is as follows: I. $50 fine for any violation of the Association’s Rules and Regulations. This fine may be levied multiple times until infraction is corrected. II. $300 immediate fine for disposal of non-household garbage at the dumpster. III. $500 immediate fine per occurrence for underage driving of any vehicle on community property IV. $300 immediate fine for fueling boat on community property.

E. Fine Payment & Expenses Any fine imposed will be applied to the homeowners account and shall be paid within 15 days of notice of the imposition of the same. If not paid in 30 days the property owner will be charged interest at 12% per annum. If not paid in 60 days the account will be turned over for collections. All expenses and costs incurred by the Association or the Board of Directors, including all legal and collection costs, will be specifically assessed to the lot owner.


DOUGLAS COUNTY NOISE ORDINANCE 11 PM – 7 A(URL HIDDEN)
Condensed Rules, Revised April 10,201(URL HIDDEN)



Rules and Regulations Acknowledgement of Receipt

Rental Property Address: ___________________________________________________

Printed Name of Renter: ___________________________________________________(URL HIDDEN)Short Term Rente(URL HIDDEN)Long Term Rente(URL HIDDEN)

I have received a copy of the Rules and Regulations for Lake Entiat Estates Sun Cove and agree to abide by such listed rules as a homeowner/guest/renter.

Signature: _______________________________________ Date: ___________________


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