Glenshee, Scotland, United Kingdom
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The Cambs, Spittal of Glenshee
Terms and Conditions
1. Weekly bookings are from Saturday to Saturday. Entry into the cottage is from 4pm on the day of commencement and departure is by 10am on the final day. Short breaks are possible in the low season, please ask for details.
2. All gas, electricity and wood are included.
3. No smoking is permitted in the cottage.
4. Pets are charged at £15 per animal. Please clear the garden of any dog mess before departure.
5. The sleeping accommodation comprises 2 double beds and 6 single beds, 2 of which can be pushed together to make a 3rd double. If you require sheets and towels they can be provided at a charge of £10 per head. Otherwise you can bring your own.
5. All bookings are confirmed by us in writing or by email within 7-14 days of receipt of payments. All bookings are subject to a deposit of £100. Balance payments are required to be settled one calendar month prior to arrival. Bookings made within one calendar month of the arrival are payable in full.
6. Cheques should be made payable to: TA and MB Smoor and sent to 14 Glen Street, Edinburgh EH3 9JF. Payments via internet banking should be made to Bank of Scotland, sort code 80-46-61 account number 01099979
7. In the event of cancellation by the proprietor, a refund to the full value paid by the client will be met. No further claim shall be made against the proprietor should a cancellation be made due to exceptional circumstances.
8. In the event of cancellation by the client, a refund minus the £100 deposit will be given subject to the property being re-let. We would advise that our clients take out appropriate holiday insurance.
9. The tenant will use the accommodation for private holiday purposes only and will not sub-let the property.
10. The tenant will be responsible for the repair or replacement of any breakages, loss or damage and shall leave the property in a clean, neat and tidy condition.
11. No responsibility is accepted by the proprietors for any loss, damage or injury to person or property (including cars, accessories or contents) whilst within the confines of the Cambs whilst the tenant or any member of his or her party is engaged in any activity, or any illness arising from any cause whatsoever.
12. We believe that the information is correct but cannot accept responsibility for errors or misunderstandings. To allow for a policy of continuing improvement of facilities, we reserve the right to alter or amend the amenities or facilities offered.
T, M-L & E Smoor
c/o Coach House Cottage, Aberdeen, AB21 9XQ,
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