Barefoot Rentals Policy


Renter agrees to assume all responsibility for accidents, injury or damage that may result in or about the premises, to persons or property (including those of Renter’s guests), and that the Owner shall not be held liable, or responsible for such injury, accident or damage. Renter assumes the risk involved with the use of the hot tub, and any and all other rental facilities and agrees to save harmless and indemnify the Owner from any and all claims and liability of any nature which may arise by reason of the use of the same renter or others using the same during renters occupancy. Renter assumes responsibility of all guests during the reservation period.

Age Requirements:

Renter must be 21 years or older to rent the cabin.  Persons 21 years or older are not permitted to make reservations on behalf of younger guests in order to reserve the cabin (including but not limited to parents booking for under aged children, acquaintances 21 years or older booking for other under aged guests).


Smoking is not permitted inside the cabin. A $500 cleaning fee will be charged if smoking is detected inside the cabin. Smoking outside is permitted but cigarette butts must be disposed of in designated ashtrays.  Please do not discard cigarette butts anywhere on the property!


Permission to bring your pet must be received prior to rental with a $10.00/night fee charged. Maximum of 2 dogs are allowed. All pets must be kept on a leash while outside. Pet owners are responsible for cleaning up after their animals both inside and outside of the cabin. Pets must remain OFF the furniture at all times. Pets must be up-to-date on all shots and flea/tick medicine prior to rental.

Check In/Check Out:

Check in is at 5:00 p.m. Check out is 11:00 a.m. Early check in and late check out are not permitted unless approved by Owner prior to arrival.  Late check out will result in a $25/hour fee for each hour guests overstay without permission.

Rates and Taxes:

$100 deposit is due at the time of booking unless otherwise stated in this agreement.  Remainder is due at check-in. The deposit will be returned via mail 7 days after check out date if no damage is found. Maximum 6 guests.

Cancellations and Refunds:

General Cancellations – Cancellations more than 60 days in advance are will be refunded 100%. Cancellations within 60 days (but more than 30 days) of check-in will only receive a 50% refund. Cancellations sooner than 30 days from check-in will not receive a refund. All reservations may be rescheduled based on availability.

Malfunction of equipment:

Owner will do their best to make sure all amenities are in good working order. Occasionally, electronics and other mechanical equipment will malfunction. Owner will do its best to repair these items in a timely manner, but refunds will not be given for any malfunctioning equipment.

Water/Power Outages:

Bad weather conditions may make travel to Burr Oak difficult.  In addition, occasional power outages may arise. Owner will do its best to provide alternate directions, but refunds will not be given for bad weather or power outages. We will make an effort to reschedule your stay within the same season/days of the week.

Noise Ordinance:

All outdoor radios must be turned off by 10:00p.m. Please respect surrounding property owners.  Owner reserves the right to request reduction of noise level to an acceptable level at the discretion of Owner.

Damages/Cleaning Fees:

Damages to the structure, fixtures, or furnishings that result in repair or replacement will be charged to the Renter. Please notify Owner at check-in if there are damages to the cabin or other property. Any credit cards submitted for payment may be charged to cover any damages that occurred as a result of your stay. An itemized list of any damages and the repair/replacement cost will be sent to you prior to charging the amount to the credit card on file. Renter assumes all financial responsibility for any/all damages. Additional cleaning fees may be charged if excessive cleaning is required following check-out. (Excessive cleaning may include but is not limited to: carpet shampooing, discarding of excessive trash and/or cigarette butts, fumigation, excessive cleaning of appliances, any items requiring professional cleaning, etc.)


Renter is required to provide the accurate number of guests prior to check-in. No additional day time or overnight guests are permitted unless otherwise approved in writing prior to check-in. Failure to comply will result in additional chargers per guest.

Cabin Safety Rules:

For guest safety, Safety Rules are posted around the cabin and property. Renter may utilize the hot tub, fire pit, grill, fireplace, and other equipment at their discretion. There is no on-sight lifeguard or medic staff available. Owner is not responsible for injury or damage to Renter, guests of Renter or Renter’s property.


No hunting on property or use of ATV’s unless approved in writing prior to check-in.

Firearms, Fireworks, and Guns:

No shooting firearms, fireworks or guns on the property.

Hot Tub:

In addition, because of hot tub cleanings, the hot tub may need a few hours to heat to its full temperature after you arrive.

Condition of Property

Renter acknowledges receiving the property in good condition. If there is any damage or anything wrong with the spa, equipment or accessories, the renter MUST notify Barefoot Rental Company, LLC immediately otherwise renter will be held liable for any damages incurred.

Damage or Loss

Renter will return the property to Owner in good condition except as noted in Clause 4.  If the property is damaged while in renter’s possession, Renter will be responsible for the cost of repair, up to the current value of the property.  Owner reserves the right to apply cleaning fees as Owner determines necessary.  If the property is lost while in Renter’s possession, Renter will pay Owner its current value.  Owner and Renter agree that the current value of the property is

X-400 Hot Tub    $2995.00

Extension Cord   $75.00

X-400 Spa Cover  $300.00

Important Safety Instructions and Precautions

To reduce the risk of injury, do not permit children to use this product unless they are closely supervised at all times.

To reduce the risk of electrical shock, install at least 5 feet from all metal surfaces. Do not permit any electric appliance, such as light, telephone, radio, or television, within 5 feet of spa.

The water in a spa should never exceed 104 degrees F. Water temperatures between 100-104 degrees are considered safe for a healthy adult. Lower water temperatures are recommended for your children and when spa use exceeds 10 minutes. NOTE: Hot water can raise the body temperature high enough to cause heat stroke.

Since excessive water temperatures have potential for fetal damage during the early months of pregnancy, pregnant or possibly pregnant women should limit spa water temperatures to 100 degrees.

The use of alcohol, drugs, or medication before or during spa use may lead to unconsciousness with the possibility of drowning. Despite the popular image of people in spas drinking wine or other alcoholic beverages, DO NOT use alcoholic beverages before or during spa use. Alcohol is a depressant, which causes slowed reflexes and drowsiness, especially in conjunction with the relaxed soaking in hot water. Using your spa with other people who are also drinking is not a preventative measure since they are likely to become similarly affected by the combinations of alcohol and hot water soaking.

Always use care in and around your spa. The spa has many rigid, unyielding parts and many areas that become wet and slippery, these are all potentially dangerous when rough play is permitted or if care is not used particularly when entering or leaving the spa.

Soaking in hot water causes changes in the circulatory system, such as enlargement of blood vessels near the skin. Therefore, people with a medical history of heart disease, circulatory problems, diabetes, or high blood pressure should check with their physician before using spas. Additionally, people taking medications causing drowsiness, such as tranquilizers, narcotics, antihistamines, or anticoagulants should not use spas without asking their physician.

Prolonged immersion in hot water may induce hyperthermia. Hyperthermia occurs when internal body temperature reaches a level of several degrees above the normal body temperature of 98.6 degrees. The symptoms of hyperthermia include (1) dizziness, (2) fainting, (3) drowsiness, (4) lethargy; (5) increases in the internal body temperature. The effects of hyperthermia include: (1) unawareness of impending hazard, (2) failure to perceive heat, (3) failure to recognize the need to exit spa, (4) physical inability to exit spa, (5) unconsciousness resulting in danger of drowning.

Accidents can occur when long hair or a body part is trapped by suction from a drain or outlet whose cover is broken or removed. Children are particularly vulnerable, and they should be warned against danger.

Appropriate Behavior:

Although the cabin is located in a secluded area, there are still other residences in close proximity.  Please respect other property owners/neighbors in the area. For your convenience, property markers have been set around the perimeter of our property. Absolutely NO TRESPASSING on adjoining properties! No illegal activity is permitted on the property. Violation of these policies and rules will result in additional charges or immediate termination of the rental and eviction of the Renter and Renter’s guests.