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Information Concerning Cautionary Deposits

Some properties require a cautionary deposit (also refered to as a security deposit) before your stay; this is essentially the same as a damage or safety deposit, and is requested as security for the property owner, so that they know the property will be looked after by guests. Not all owners take a deposit; if they do want to, we will be in touch with you at least three weeks prior to the start of your holiday with information on how to pay this. The amount they request as a deposit is usually £500, although they do have the right to change this and a few of our property owners ask for up to £750 or £1000. This information can also be found within your booking.

Your deposit will be returned in full up to 10 days after your stay, provided that everything has been left clean and tidy, that there are no breakages, and that no extra guests (who were not on your guest list) have stayed. If there is any extra cleaning needed, or any damage/breakages have occurred then you will be contacted with details of any costs involved. We've been letting luxury holiday properties for many years and in our experience, this is a very rare occurrence. If anything is broken or damaged during your stay we'd suggest letting the property owner or manager know straightaway; that way people tend to be more understanding.


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