La Belle Maison - Accommodation available in a medieval village in the Aveyron
A 30% non refundable deposit is due at the time of booking.  The reservation will only be honoured if the deposit is received by 10 days after the booking has been made.  The full and final payment is due 8 weeks before the commencement of the cottage hire.  At that time and on receipt of the final payment we shall send directions to the cottage and all information relating to the cottage.
The Hirer is responsible for the cottage and undertakes all reasonable care of it, to keep it clean and tidy.  The Hirer is expected to advise of any damage or breakage.
We do not ask for a breakage or damage deposit but by paying the deposit our guests acknowledge the terms and conditions of hiring the cottage and that they will pay for any damage or breakages that occur during their occupancy, beyond the basic principle of fair wear and tear.
At the end of the hire period Hirers are expected to dispose of any rubbish into the roadside council bins and to leave the cottage as they found it on arrival  - that is,  in a clean and tidy condition.
The prescribed numbers of persons hiring the property are not to be exceeded beyond that which were originally booked and paid for.
The Owners of La Belle Maison highly recommend that their clients take out travel insurance to protect themselves against loss should their travel plans have to be cancelled.