Legal points to note about your reservation with us.
You enter into a legally binding contract when you secure holiday accommodation. This imposes an obligation:
(a) on the proprietor to hold a room
(or rooms) at the disposal of the guest for the agreed period and
If either party seeks to vary or cancel the contract, this can only be done my mutual agreement, subject to liability to compensate the other party for any loss occasioned thereby. Please note that it has been held that illness does not entitle a guest to cancel a contract without compensation to the proprietor. This also applies if a guest curtails the length of stay they have reserved with the proprietor.
* There are several inexpensive holiday insurance policies available to cover unforeseen problems, which work in the same way as those policies that you must take out when booking a foreign holiday. We strongly advise that you should consider this. We have arranged a cheap but effective policy on your behalf and so please ask if you require us to send you an application form (see below for further details).
On booking, a deposit will be taken (the amount equal to the cost for one night). Deposit can be by debit/credit card or cheque. If within 2 days of the date of arrival the booking is cancelled or there is a 'No Show' then the total outstanding value of the booking will be due. In the event of the guest/s wishing to leave earlier than the specified number of nights then the above notice periods also apply.
* UK Holiday Insurance can be taken out at a cost depending on the total cost of the booking.
The insurance policy will cover the following and pay all potential booking/reservation costs:
injury, illness or redundancy, jury service, your home becoming uninhabitable.