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Depending on availability, we may be may be able to provide some bookings on a 'long weekend' basis. Please contact us if you have such a requirement and we shall do our best to accommodate you.

Standard bookings are based on a week's occupation comprising Saturday night to the following Friday night inclusively, although other time periods may be considered on request. The calendar shows available dates in blue and booked dates in red. 

Bookings will be accepted by e-mail or by telephone. Each booked week will require a deposit and no booking will be valid until this has been received in full. For High Season, Mid Season and Christmas weeks a deposit of €500 is required. Low Season bookings necessitate a deposit of €200 per week. Should a booking overlap different seasons, deposits will apply accordingly.

The balance is due six weeks prior to the commencement date of the rental period booked; if not received by that date the deposit will be forfeited and the booking cancelled. Any reservations made less than six weeks before the rental date will require full payment at the time of booking.


When the balance is paid a damage/breakage deposit of €300 will also be required - this will be returned to you in full providing nothing has been damaged or broken during your stay. Any repair or replacement costs will be deducted from this deposit before it is returned. Should such costs exceed the deposit then you will be fully liable to pay the balance.

It is advisable for clients to take out travel/holiday insurance to cover unforeseen cancellation, damage liabilities, personal belongings, personal injury, accidents etc.



Rental rates for Villa des Rosiers are priced in Euros which is the preferred currency of payment: ideally by direct transfer to the account specified during the booking process.


Terms and conditions

he property is let by the week from Saturday to Friday nights inclusive; any booking on a different basis must be agreed and confirmed by us in writing. The rental period begins at 4pm on the first day of the booking and terminates at 10am on the last day. Only guests specified on the booking form may stay overnight.

Rental includes Villa des Rosiers and its contents, use of the pool and terrace, pool towels, pool furniture, barbeque and private parking if required. Bathroom towels and bed-linen will be replaced on a weekly basis. Reasonable cleaning at the end of your stay is included but the cost of any necessary cleaning considered unreasonable will be deducted from your damages deposit. Electricity is included and a ‘Welcome Pack’ comprising some basic food essentials is also provided.

Bookings must be made following the procedure outlined in the ‘Prices and Availability’ section. No booking is valid until receipt of the appropriate deposit has been confirmed. The deposit is non-refundable and must be received within seven days of the initial booking request.

The full payment balance, plus the damage deposit, must be received not less than six weeks prior to the commencement date of the rental period booked. If this payment is not received by the appropriate date then the booking will be cancelled by the owners and the deposit retained. Cancellations by guests must be made in writing or by e-mail. Should a booking be cancelled after final payment has been received, the balance less costs will be refunded if the property can be re-let for the same dates. The damage deposit relates to Villa des Rosiers in its entirety and guests are obliged to advise the owners of any problems, faults or damages immediately they become aware of them.

Should, for any reason, the Villa become unavailable for dates which have been booked, the owners’ maximum liability will be the return of all moneys received relating to that booking.

The owners shall not be liable to the client for any damage, loss, injury, or inconvenience suffered by or to any of the clients’ party, their possessions or vehicles during their rental period.

The owners shall not be liable for any interruption in the supply of power, resources or public services to the property and any consequential loss of facilities or amenities.

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