Booking Terms and Conditions
A non-returnable deposit of £100 per holiday week is required at the time of booking. If the booking is made six weeks or less before the start of the holiday let, then the full rent is requested at the time of booking. In the event of the booking not being accepted, the full amount will be returned within fourteen days. If a booking is accepted the client becomes liable for the balance of the rent for the full period of the holiday let, which must be paid six weeks prior to the holiday let. At the time of the balance payment a seperate £100 bond is also required, this will be returned upon the satisfactory hand back of the property in good condition along with the keys. The owners reserve the right to deduct any amount for damage or loss incurred.
If the client cancels before taking up the holiday let, having given due notice to the owner, the owner will do all that he can to re-let the property for the period concerned. If he is able to do so he will return the balance of any rent paid. Non-payment of the balance of the rent due may be treated as a cancellation and the owner will treat the property as available for letting. If a client cancels or fails to pay the balance of the rent when due and the owner is unable to re-let the property the client remains liable for the balance. Such balance to be paid within seven days of demand. Please note, we do not provide you with insurance against cancellation. We therefore strongly advise that this is something you should take up with your own holiday insurance company.
Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the chalet to ensure we provide a clean and healthy environment for all our guests.
Occupancy of the property
The number of people occupying the property may not exceed eight without the prior consent of the owner. The client agrees to keep the property and all fitments and furnishings, equipment and other contents in a like state of repair and condition as at the commencement of the holiday let and will make good any damage, breakage or loss that may occur during this period. The property and all fitments, utensils and equipment must be left in a clean and tidy condition at the conclusion of the let.
Pets (maximum 2 well behaved dogs) are only accepted in the property with the prior consent of the owner. Pets should be supervised at all times and the furnishings suitably protected. Any damage or markings to furnishings caused by a pet must be paid for.
Electricity is supplied by means of a £1 coin electricity meter. Bed linen and towels can be supplied if requested and charged per person per stay. Crockery, cutlery and duvets are supplied at no charge.
Period of let
3.30pm on Saturday to 10.30am on Saturday of departure.