Storm & Evacuation Policies

Hurricane / Weather Evacuation

In the event of an ordered evacuation due to hurricanes or other storms, you are required by state law to evacuate property.

If you have declined trip cancellation insurance, you shall not be entitled to a refund. Refunds and coverage issues will be based and determined solely by CSA Inc. and the existing policy will be issued to Guest if coverage of this insurance has been elected upon making reservation. Refunds for the period of mandatory evacuation will be made solely by CSA, provided Guest has purchased optional trip cancellation insurance.

Refer to trip cancellation policy or contact CSA directly for specific information and/or refund procedures. If you choose to leave due to “Storm Warnings” or “Voluntary Evacuation” no refunds will be given.

My Beach House Rentals will not issue refunds in part or in full for inclement weather. Our recommendation for travels during hurricane season is for you to research and purchase trip cancellation insurance.

No refunds will be given unless:

The National Weather Service orders mandatory evacuations in a "Tropical Storm/Hurricane Warning" area.

The day that the National Weather Service orders a mandatory evacuation order in a Tropical/Hurricane Warning area, we will refund:

  • Any unused portion of rent from a currently registered guest.
  • Any unused portion of rent from a guest that is scheduled to arrive during that time.
  • Any advance rents collected or deposited for a reservation where the guest is scheduled to arrive during the mandatory evacuation.

Trip Cancellation and Interruption Insurance

With this type of policy, if a trip has to be cancelled for one of the covered reasons, the Policyholder will be reimbursed by the insurance company for the normally Nonrefundable fees for vacation rentals, airline tickets and related expenses.

Covered reasons usually include illness, accident or death of a family member or traveling companion; jury duty, weather conditions (like hurricanes) that cause the delay or cancellation of travel; and fire, flood and other disasters.

You may want to consider this option for your trip.

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