Terms of Use


Article 1. Scope and purpose of the contract.

1.1. These general terms and conditions govern the relationship between the Customer and the Owner as identified on the reverse side. 1.2. The contract concerns the rental of the Ty Dour Bras gîte located at 16 Dour Bras in La Feuillée. The gîte is an 80m² dwelling consisting of 2 bedrooms with shower rooms, a dining room with kitchen and terrace. It is classified 2 stars. 1.3. The rented accommodation is for residential use and may not be used for any other purpose. It does not constitute the principal residence of the Client or any of the tenants. 1.4. The rental agreement between the Client and the Owner may under no circumstances be used, even partially, by third parties, whether natural or legal persons, unless the Owner has given his written consent. Any breach of this paragraph shall result in the immediate termination of the rental agreement to the detriment of the Client, with the proceeds of the rental agreement remaining permanently with the Owner.

Article 2. Duration of the contract, cancellations and penalties.

2.1. The contract shall be deemed to have been concluded when the Client, having received confirmation of the availability of the gite, has paid the deposit and sent the Owner a signed copy of this contract. 2.2. The contract is terminated if both of the following conditions are met: the Client and the tenants have left the accommodation AND the Client has paid the full amount due to the Owner. 2.3. Arrival at the property must take place between 5pm and 9pm. Late arrivals must be agreed in advance with the owner, otherwise the gite will not be available until 9am the following day. Departure must be by 11.00am at the latest. Any late departure will result in the Owner charging the Client for an additional night. 2.4. The Client who signs this contract for a fixed period may not under any circumstances claim any right to remain in the property at the end of the stay. 2.5. The maximum rental period may not exceed 90 days. 2.6. For bookings made by post, telephone or internet, the Client does not benefit from the withdrawal period, in accordance with Article L. 121-20-4 of the French Consumer Code relating to accommodation services provided on a specific date or at a specific time. 2.7. The Client has the right to cancel the booking and terminate the contract up to 15 days before arrival. The deposit will not be refunded. For any cancellation less than 15 days before the planned date of arrival, the balance of the amount of the stay will be requested from the Client. No reimbursement will be made for the Client who leaves the accommodation in advance for any reason whatsoever. 2.8. If the Client does not show up within 24 hours of the arrival date indicated on the contract, the present contract becomes null and void and the Owner may dispose of the gîte. The deposit shall also be forfeited to the Owner who shall request the balance of the rental from the Client. 2.9. If the accommodation cannot be made available to the Client due to circumstances beyond the control of the Owner, the contract shall be automatically terminated, without the Owner being liable to the Client in any way. 2.10. In the event of cancellation by the Owner, twice the deposit shall be returned to the Client.

Article 3. Booking and payment. The Owner requires the Client to pay a deposit of 60€ at the time of booking. The total amount of the stay, including tourist tax, is due on arrival.

Article 4. Inventory of fixtures and fittings. 4.1. The state of cleanliness of the gite on the Tenant's arrival will be checked by both the Client and the Owner or his representative. 4.2. The inventory of fixtures and fittings and the inventory of the furniture provided are given to the Client on arrival. If they are not signed simultaneously by the Owner or his representative and by the Client, and if the Client does not contest them within 48 hours, the inventory shall be deemed to have been accepted without reservation by the Client. An inventory of fixtures and fittings shall be drawn up at the end of the rental period by the Client and the Owner or his representative. Each will keep a signed copy. In the absence of a signed document, on the Client's departure, the inventory of fixtures and fittings shall be drawn up by the Owner or his representative. If the Owner does not contest this within 48 hours of the end of the rental period, the premises shall be returned in good condition and with a complete inventory. 4.3 In the event of abnormal use of the premises or exceptional soiling, the amount of the cleaning costs will be invoiced to the Client. 4.4. Water and electricity charges are included in the rental price for normal use. In the event of abnormal use, the charges may be billed to the Client.

Article 5. Capacity.The present contract is established for a maximum capacity of 6 persons. If the number of tenants exceeds the capacity, the owner may refuse the additional persons. Any modification or breach of the contract will be considered at the initiative of the Client.

Article 6. Protection of privacy. 6.1. On arrival at the accommodation, all non-French nationals must complete and sign an individual police form. In the event of refusal to complete or sign this form, the rental will be refused in accordance with French regulations. 6.2. In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation, the Client is informed that the processing of personal data provided to the Owner is necessary to enable the Owner to fulfil the obligations arising from this contract or to comply with the obligations laid down by law or by regulations. 6.3. The data controller is the owner of the holiday home.

Article 7. Limitation of liability. 7.1. The Owner shall not be liable for any inconvenience or malfunction caused by unforeseeable circumstances or force majeure, alteration of the accommodation or its equipment due to the intervention of the Client or third parties not authorised by the Owner or by the interruption of the electricity or water supply. 7.2. The owner is not responsible for personal belongings and valuables brought into the gite by the guests.

Article 8. Commitments of the Client. 8.1. Internal regulations. The Client agrees to abide by the rules and regulations of Ty Dour Bras available on the tydourbras.com website and undertakes to ensure that these rules and regulations are adhered to by all tenants as well as by any person invited by the Client during their stay. The Owner reserves the right to cancel the stay if the Client does not respect the internal regulations. 8.2 Access. The Client agrees to allow the Owner access to the accommodation for repairs or in case of emergency. The owner undertakes to exercise his right of access to the accommodation in a reasonable manner by giving the guest at least 2 hours' notice, except in cases of emergency. 8.3. Use of the premises. The Client undertakes to ensure the peaceful nature of the premises and to use them in accordance with their purpose. 8.4. Animals. Animals are not allowed in the accommodation. 8.5. Insurance. The Client is responsible for all damage caused by him/her. The Client is obliged to take out a home insurance policy and a civil liability insurance policy for the duration of his stay. The Client is also responsible for any repairs required due to negligence or poor maintenance of the accommodation and equipment. We encourage the Client to take out a travel insurance policy in the event of unforeseen circumstances, accidents or any other problem that may prevent the Client from travelling or complying with the terms of this contract.

Article 9. Disputes. Any complaint relating to the rental will be arbitrated in the first instance by a mediator (tourist office, consumer association) and, if the mediation fails, dealt with by the competent court in the territory where the accommodation is located.

In the event of a dispute over the contract, only the French text is enforceable.