The costs for 2015 are:

  • January – February:  £60/€85) a night. £420/€600 a week
  • March – April: £70/€100) a night. £490/€700 a week
  • May – October: £100/€145 a night. £700/€1000 a week
  • November – December: £60/€85 a night. £420/€600 a week

The minimum rental period is four nights. The maximum is negotiable.

In addition a laundry fee of £15/€22 per person plus a single cleaning fee of £25/€35 will be charged to ensure the apartment is prepared to the same high standard for all guests.

Booking and Payment Terms

For bookings made 8 weeks or more in advance, the booking for a holiday will be effective when a deposit of one third of the holiday price has been received by me.

Up to that time it will be a provisional booking, and provisional bookings are normally held for a maximum of 7 working days or less if within 3 months of the holiday start date. The full balance of the total holiday cost will be payable not later than 8 weeks before the holiday begins.

For bookings made for a holiday less than 8 weeks away, full payment must be made at the time of booking.

All payments can be made in Pounds Sterling or Euros, and by bank transfer or cheque. I will supply the relevant bank account details when you book.


If a guest wishes to cancel a booking I need notice in writing as soon as possible. A 100% cancellation charge (the holiday price) will be payable. On receipt of the written cancellation I will endeavour to re-book the apartment for the holiday period and, if successful, will refund the money paid, less £50/€75.

If, following a booking, the full balance is not paid on time, I will notify the guest. If, after 30 days from the date on which full payment is due, full payment has not been received by me, then I may cancel the holiday booking and the above cancellation charges will apply and the guest remains liable for 100% of the holiday cost.

Check out

The preferred guests check out time is 11.00am so that the apartment can be cleaned ready for new guests arrival from 14.00. Individual circumstances may require flexibility however which can usually be accommodated.