Hot Tub Rules of Use
THIS SHOULD BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH OUR TERMS & CONDITIONS
GUESTS MUST NOT USE THE HOT TUB FACILITIES IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES IF YOU HAVE NOT SIGNED A DISCLAIMER
ALCOHOL AND HOT TUBS DO NOT MIX
Drinking alcohol in a hot tub can be dangerous. A hot tub causes your blood vessels to dilate which in turn will cause your blood pressure to rise. This means that alcohol will get into your blood stream faster and circulate through your body faster which will have a greater effect on you than normal. The heat of the tub and the alcohol combined can cause dehydration and possible heat exhaustion. If you feel any of the following symptoms then get out of the tub immediately:
Light headed, dizzy, nausea, rapid heartbeat, faint or fatigue, headache, extreme sweating.
The hot tub requires daily testing and chemical treatment every day in order to be enjoyed safely. On check in we will agree with you a time in which we can come to the cabin and administer such, this process should not disturb you and, barring any issues, will not take any longer than 15 minutes. It is usually done mid morning to ensure the hot tub is then perfect for the rest of the day and evening.
We will always demonstrate to all of our guests on arrival how to access the hot tub, remove the cover and operate the jets and lights.
The cover must always be replaced when not in use to maintain the temperature and ensure safety at all times.
FAKE TAN MUST NOT BE WORN IN THE HOT TUB UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
Guests MUST shower before using the hot tub, to ensure the removal of moisturisers, perfumes that will affect the clarity of the water and chemical balances, this ensures a pleasant experience for all. Guests should also shower after using the hot tub.
In consideration to the neighbouring properties the hot tub jets should not be used after 2300, no music is to played after this time and we ask if voices be kept to a minimum volume, thank you.
Please take care when using the hot tub and do not run when wet underfoot. A mat has been provided to place at the entrance to the hot tub to avoid slip hazards, please use this.
Drinks can be consumed around the hot tub area, please do so with care and try not to spill drinks into the water. Plastic glasses are provided for hot tub use but should a normal glass be broken in the tub then IMMEDIATELY vacate the tub then turn the jets off if they are running. Please report this to staff so that it can be dealt with as soon as possible. If it happens late at night then please refrain from using the tub and notify staff in the morning.
Make sure all users know where the main isolator power switch is in case you need to power off in an emergency. DO NOT use this to turn the hot tub off or power off unnecessarily as this will stop the heater from working and the tub will cool down.
AT NO POINT MUST ANYONE WALK ON THE HOT TUB COVER. This is both for your safety and to ensure no damage to the cover itself.
DO NOT USE THE HOT TUB IF YOU HAVE SKIN, EAR, GENITAL OR OTHER BODY INFECTIONS, OPEN SORES OR WOUNDS. AT NO POINT SHOULD THE HOT TUB BE USED IF YOU SUFFER FROM THE ABOVE. THIS COULD CAUSE THE SPREAD OF INFECTION, IRRITATE YOUR CONDITION FURTHER AND CONTAMINATE THE HOT TUB FACILITY. DO NOT GET INTO THE HOT TUB WEARING FAKE TAN, MAKE UP, BODY CREAM ETC. THIS WILL CAUSE SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO THE TUB AND FILTRATION SYSTEM AND CAN CAUSE IT TO BE UN OPERATIONAL AND HAVE TO BE CLOSED TO YOU OR THE NEXT GUESTS.
DO NOT USE THE HOT TUB CONTINUOUSLY FOR MORE THAN 2 HOURS AT A TIME. This is first and foremost not good for your health and, secondly, running the pumps and leaving the lid open for longer will result in temperature loss and deterioration of water quality. Recommended guidelines suggest that you should use a hot tub for 15 to 30 minutes at a time with a maximum of 45 minutes at any one time.
DO NOT EAT FOOD OR SMOKE IN THE TUB.
DO NOT IMMERSE YOUR HEAD UNDERWATER.
DO NOT PUT ANY WEIGHT ON THE PLASTIC LID AS IT MAY DAMAGE OR BREAK THE LID.
DO NOT USE THE HOT TUB IN HIGH WINDS THIS WILL DAMAGE THE LID AND BE A SAFETY HAZARD.
If the hot tub is not in use then the cover should be closed, leaving the cover open for prolonged periods will reduce the hot tub temperature and therefore ruin your enjoyment.
HOT TUB HEALTH WARNINGS:
NO children under the age of 7 may use the hot tub.
DO NOT leave children unattended in or near the tub even when the lid is closed.
DO NOT use the tub if you are unwell, have low or high blood pressure, are pregnant, sensitive to chlorine or have any open wounds. If you have any doubts ask your doctor before booking.
HOT TUB DAMAGES AND BREAKAGES
Any damages to the lid, vinyl cover, lifting system, controls or filtration will be charged accordingly.
In the case of mis-use and/or not following the guidelines set out above which result in the hot tub facility having to be shut down due to contamination, chemical in-balance, damage etc will be charged accordingly.
Any maintenance required as a result of introduction of pollutants (including soap, shampoo etc) will incur a charge.
ANY CHARGES INCURRED WILL BE FULLY DETAILED AND PHOTOGRAPH EVIDENCE PROVIDED AND SENT BY EMAIL AND LETTER.
You use the hot tub at your own risk.
We cannot be held responsible for your safety whilst you are using the hot tub.
You will be held responsible for any damage.
Empty and clean and refill hot tub : £60.00
Damages will be charges at cost plus labour at £15 per hour.
If we have follow on guests that cancel due to the hot tub not being available as a result of damages caused by miss-use by leaving guests then there total booking cost will have to be covered including any of the above.
We are very sorry that we have these rules, regulations and guidelines but we have learnt the hard way.