May 30, 2023

The Queens County Citizen

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Cottage owners receive illegal booking requests

Cottage owners receive illegal booking requests

Owners of rental chalets lament that many potential customers are still trying to circumvent health rules.

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In fact, employers receive consistent reservation requests that do not respect the limitations of the Family Bubble.

Sebastian Room has a chalet in Saint-Tight. For two months, he has been renting it. However, Mr Rehom said ten requests a week had to be rejected because they did not meet the standards set by public health.

“I’m more illegal than legal requests. It does not stop students, even two families at once, or a small group of co – workers,” he said.

A similar observation arose at the Grandes-Piles in Mauritius, where Mark Cossett, owner of Lacos Chalets, often had to answer questions about limitations.

“They ask us if our chalets are glued together and if we can see the neighborhood. People are afraid of being condemned and like to hide,” he said.

Mark Cossett lives near his four rental cabins, which allows them to be monitored more closely.

In Marisi and Center-du-Quebec, there are 360 ​​tourist accommodation in Quebec for a total of 7,896. The Ministry of Tourism emphasizes that even landlords who keep an eye on illegal bookings can be fined.

For the Sebastian Room, the reality of the owners of large-format chalets is much harder than him. “The landlords are hungry. The mortgage on these big chalets is huge and one family at a time is not enough, ”he said.

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