Conditions of use of this website
In using this website you will be bound by the Terms and Conditions of the rental that are published on this site. The rental contract will be established between yourselves and the holiday property owner (Clause 1 of the Terms and Conditions). Both the Terms and Conditions and the rental contract (Booking Form) are available to view before you make your holiday accommodation reservation.
Please refer to the specific Booking Form for each property, accessible from the link on the property page. There may be slight differences from one property to another.
Your attention is drawn to Clause 1 of the Terms and Conditions:
2. The description of The Property is given in all good faith, based on the information supplied by The Owner. However, it is the responsibility of The Client to establish the suitability of The Property for his/her party's needs and to ask for any information that he/she deems relevant prior to booking.
In using this website, you agree that the holiday property description is created in accordance with the information supplied by the property owner. Every effort is made to ensure that it is accurate in this respect, however the use of subjective terms in the description, such as calm, quiet, comfortable, spacious, quality, etc. is discretionary and according to the property owner’s wishes. Terms such as these are open to interpretation, as each person’s judgement will be different. You should therefore not consider these terms to be in any way contractual or binding.
Should you wish to seek an opinion from us, or state a clear requirement, we will endeavour to provide further information to help you decide on the holiday property that will best meet your needs. This further information will obviously still be subjective, as dependant on a personal point of view or opinion, and can not therefore be considered contractual or binding.
Please note that you have access to a map and satellite view for the property to enable you to assess the position and surroundings. (The accuracy of this information is subject to the time of the last update made by the map supplier, Google.)
It is the responsibility of the property owner to provide the accommodation as stated and the associated facilities and services, in accordance with the letting contract. This is subject to normal everyday constraints as regards to breakdowns, damage to the property or equipment, or any other incident or circumstance outside the control of the property owner.
Note that some details of the accommodation may be subject to regional habits and preferences (shutters rather than curtains, bowls rather than mugs, absence of an electric kettle or teapot, etc.). Whilst we may make recommendations to the property owners concerning these items, you should not expect the accommodation to be strictly identical in all respects to an equivalent holiday property in your own country. This includes any notions of "health and safety" regulations or building regulations which may be totally different in France.
In using this website, you agree that any shortcoming relating to the holiday accommodation, or the associated facilities or services, will be addressed to the property owner or their representative on site (caretaker). You also agree that that any such shortcoming does not imply any defect or misrepresentation in the publicity and administration services supplied to the property owner by us.
Information on local amenities is provided for guidance only and is not contractual. Amenities may have closed or be unavailable at the time of your stay. Please bear in mind that in towns and villages that are not specifically tourist orientated, some establishments may close for a time during the summer for their own holidays.
The property owner will retain a Security Deposit and /or a cleaning deposit as their protection against an unsatisfactory condition of the accommodation on departure (Clause 11 of the Terms and Conditions).
Sadly, cases of flagrant abuse by renters is more and more common. In using this website you agree that the property owner is the sole judge of the condition of the property and that we do not take any part in assessing or arbitrating, having not been witness to the circumstances. Note that in French law, you have the right to request a jointly signed detailed report of the property condition on entry and on departure (known as "un état des lieux").
Contact details / webmaster:
Accord Services 10 rue de la Frise, 85320 Corpe, France
Telephone: 0033 251 27 97 99
E-mail: info AT vendee-gites.com
Martin Holmes, trading as Accord Services, SIRET N° 338 144 099 000 24, offering publicity services to holiday property owners and service providers. Any letting contract established is between the client and the property owner(s) or local agency concerned.