Cancellations & Policies
Cancellations must be made 30 days prior to the listed date of check in. If the guest cancels less than 30 days in advance, the nights not spent are not refunded. If guest arrives and decides to leave early, the nights not spent are not refunded.
All room rates are based on double occupancy. No additional guests allowed in the units without written permission.
Check In & Check Out
Check in is between 3:00pm-5:00pm at the winery at Destiny Ridge Vineyard (look for the big red buildings), where you will receive a complimentary wine tasting upon check in.
Check-out time is 10:00am. To request a late check-out please do so at time of check-in. We will make every effort to accommodate all requests. Without prior approval we reserve the right to charge a fee of $100.
No smoking of any substance is allowed on the premises. If smoking does occur on the premises: Guests are responsible for all damage caused by the smoking including, but not limited to, stains, burns, odors, and removal of debris.
Pets 40 lbs and under (potty trained and fairly social) are allowed to join you at the Tiny Houses with prior notice and a $50 non-refundable pet fee. Please keep all pets off furniture (beds, couches, chairs, etc.) and on-leash while outside at all times. We ask that you pick up after your dogs on the lawn and/or in the vineyard. Guests will be responsible for the cost of any damages caused by pets.
Guests shall be entitled to the quiet enjoyment of the rental unit. Any disturbance resulting in police action, neighborhood complaints or any violation of the rules and regulations is considered sufficient cause for immediate termination of your stay with no refund.
The vineyard is filled with lots of fun animals from the coyote that howls at a full moon to the little mouse that is hoping you leave crumbs, to snakes that hope you do not see them at all. To avoid unwanted visitors, we encourage guests to put all dirty dishes and garbage away in a timely fashion. Most snakes that we find at the vineyard are not poisonous.
However, there is the occasional rattlesnake. Rattlesnakes are poisonous and if you are bit, you need to seek medical assistance immediately. Given our distance from town we encourage anyone who has been injured for any reason to find a ride and head to the Prosser Memorial Hospital. There are emergency services that can be called out by accessing 911 in the event of a situation where you are unable to drive, but it usually takes a while (approximately 45 minutes).