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General conditions of sale of stays in chambres d’hôtes

Article 1 – Length of stay: The Client signing this contract for a specified period may not claim any right to maintain occupancy.

Article 2 – Validation of a reservation: Stays are guaranteed only by the receipt of a deposit, which will be deducted from the invoice upon arrival. The deposit shall be paid no later than within 5 days of the reservation request. The deposit required is 30% of the total price of the stay., the full amount is required for the reservation of one night. In case of cancellation, if it is made three weeks before the date of arrival, the deposit will be carried forward to a future stay. If the cancellation is made less than 10 days before the date of arrival, the total amount will be encashed permanently.

Reservation by email or phone:
A confirmation of the reservation will be sent by email or mail. It should be signed and returned with a bank check covering the deposit of 30% made out to “Le Clos Dormont” at the following address: 14, rue de la Chartreuse – 27920 Saint Pierre De Bailleul. On receipt of the deposit your reservation will be secured. The payment of the deposit implies acceptance of the terms and conditions of sale for the guest rooms.

Article 3- Time of arrival and departure: the rooms are available from 4: 30 pm. Please notify us if your arrival is going to be after 8 pm. The rooms must be vacated by 12 am.

Article 4 – Payment of the balance of accommodation: The balance of the stay shall be settled on the eve of the departure.

Article 5 – Pets: Please consult us.

Article 6 – Lifestyle, use of the premises: Observance of a certain code of conduct is asked of all guests to ensure the tranquility and comfort of all. All of our rooms are non-smoking. Guests shall leave the rooms in perfect condition at the end of the stay and report any potential damages which they may be responsible for. Children staying within the property are the responsibility of their parents.

Article 7 – Under the Law of January 6, 1978, you have a right to access and correct data concerning you. We undertake not to transmit the information that you have provided to other companies or organisations.