Under no circumstances may the tenant take advantage of any right to remain in the premises on expiry of the period initially stipulated in this fixed-term contract.


The booking becomes effective as soon as the tenant returns a copy of this contract together with the deposit (25% of the total sum) before the date indicated on the front page. The second copy is to be retained by the customer. The balance of
The rental contract must be signed 15 days before you move in.


On arrival, a deposit is required by the owner. The amount cannot exceed the total cost of the rental. The owner has the right to collect the security deposit. It is returned to the tenant after the joint inventory of fixtures at the end of the rental period, or is sent to the tenant within 15 days in the case of payment by cheque, or on the day of departure in the case of payment by credit card or cash, after deduction, if necessary, of the cost of restoring the premises and the cost of replacing the items and equipment made available. This period may not exceed 60 days. If the deposit is insufficient, the tenant undertakes to make up the difference, on the basis of supporting documents provided by the landlord.


The tenant must arrive on the day specified in the contract from 4pm. In the event of late or delayed arrival, the owner must be informed. Check-out time is 10 a.m. except for stays of 2 or 3 nights, when it is 6 p.m.


The hirer uses the rented premises under his sole responsibility and at his own risk. In this respect, it is specified that as the leased premises are not subject to the safety and accessibility obligations of ERP, they do not have any equipment specific to
disabled or elderly people. The tenant shall use the premises peacefully and in accordance with their intended purpose.
On departure, the tenant undertakes to leave the accommodation as clean as he found it on arrival. Under no circumstances may the rental be made to third parties.
Flying a drone over private property is strictly forbidden, under penalty of prosecution.


The number of tenants may not exceed the capacity indicated on the contract. The owner may grant an overrun. In this case, and taking into account the additional charges caused by the change in the number of occupants, a supplement may be calculated pro rata to the number of people. In the absence of prior agreement from the owner, and if the number of authorised persons is exceeded, the owner may terminate the rental.


The inventory of fixtures and fittings and the inventory of furniture and equipment are drawn up jointly by the owner at the beginning and end of the stay and signed by both parties. The tenant must sign an inventory of fixtures on arrival and report any malfunctions. The inventory of fixtures and fittings is the only reference in the event of a dispute concerning the inventory of fixtures and fittings.


At the tenant’s initiative Any cancellation must be notified in writing as soon as possible. Cancellations can be made free of charge up to 30 days before the date specified in the contract. In the event of cancellation between 15 and 30 days before arrival, 50% of the cost of the stay will be payable. In the event of cancellation less than 15 days before arrival, the full amount of the stay will be due. If the tenant does not show up within 24 hours of the arrival date indicated on the contract, the contract becomes null and void and the owner may dispose of the property. The deposit also remains the property of the owner, who will ask for the balance of the stay. At the owner’s initiative In the event of cancellation at the owner’s initiative, all sums paid will be returned to the tenant.


In the event of early interruption of the stay by the tenant, other than in cases of force majeure, no refund will be made, apart from the security deposit. The case of force majeure is recognised if the hirer can justify a serious reason that makes it impossible to carry out the rental in full. In this case, the owner may demand repayment of the sums already paid, in proportion to the period of occupancy not used.


The hirer is responsible for all damage caused by him/her. He must insure the premises entrusted or rented to him. You should check whether your main home policy includes a holiday extension (holiday rental). Otherwise, you should contact your insurance company and ask for the cover to be extended, or take out a special policy with a holiday clause.  The owner may require a certificate of insurance or, failing that, a declaration on honour.


Animals are not permitted. If the tenant fails to comply with this clause, the owner may refuse animals access to the premises. In this case, any modification or termination of the contract will be considered to be at the tenant’s initiative.


If the complaint relates to the condition of the property or the description of the rental, it must be made in writing within seven days of arrival. Landlords and tenants must work towards an amicable settlement. For other disputes, the
tenants have unlimited access to a representative body.