The Owner uses his best endeavours to ensure the accuracy of all information supplied with regard to the Properties. Such information is given in good faith but no warranty is given as to accuracy and the Owner does not accept any responsibility for any loss or damage resulting from information given or statements made whether orally or in writing.
A deposit of £150 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 14 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 eight weeks prior to the holiday let. Provisional verbal bookings will be held for 1 week from date of agreed vacancy/communication to allow for payment and booking form to be completed & received. Until payment is cleared, the booking remains unconfirmed.
If the Client cancels before taking up the holiday let, having given due notice to the Owner, the Owner will do all 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, as in Clause 2, 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 of the rent still unpaid, such balance to be paid within seven days of demand.
4. Occupancy of the Property
The number of people occupying the Property may not exceed six without the prior consent of the Owner. The owner reserves the right to terminate the hire without notice if this condition is breached, or not to hand over the Property to any person who, in the opinion of the Owner, or the Owner’s agent, is unsuitable to take charge. In such cases all hire charges will be refunded in full and all liability of the Owner will then cease. The Client agrees to keep the Property and all fitments and furnishings, equipment and other contents in the 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 the period of the holiday let.
As part of the rental agreement, the Property, furniture and all fitments, utensils, crockery and equipment ARE NOTED ON AN INVENTORY WHICH IS COMPLETED BEFORE & AFTER EACH LET. The cottage must be left in a clean and tidy condition at the conclusion of the holiday let & if any furniture has been moved, please return it to prior position.
No pets are accepted in the Property without the prior consent of the Owner. Maximum of 2 well behaved dogs unless otherwise agreed with the owner. Pets are welcome but please keep them off the furnishings & must not be left alone in the property. No wet animals on soft furnishings please, even if covered. Any repairs required due to damage caused by a pet or marking of furniture must be paid for.
The rent of the Property includes Council Tax and Water Rates and Electricity. The Property is supplied with crockery, cutlery, pillows, duvets & bedlinen.
6. Period of Let
In peak season Holiday lets are by the week, from Saturday to Saturday. Off season, Carrick Cottage is available for breaks for a minimum of 3 nights. Arrival strictly after 3.00pm on the first day and departure before 10.00am, unless specifically agreed with the Owner.
7. Access – The keys
A few days prior to the holiday, You will be contacted with the details of the current code for the key safe.
The management reserve the right not to proceed with a booking if booking requests and conditions remain unmet.