Your booking is with the advertiser, who may be a letting agent, private holiday home owner or property Manager.
All the information about the properties, their locations and proximity to facilities has been submitted by the advertiser.
We forward all enquiries to the advertisers and your enquiries are dealt with by them, be it owner, agent or manager.
No holiday enquiries are dealt with by let your holiday home .com
Always conduct your holiday purchase with extreme care and be satisfied with
answers you receive before you commit payment.
Be aware that we accept advertisers submissions in good faith. We do not offer any guarantees and cannot offer any representations as to the accuracy of the advertisers content, or its legal standing, suitability or performance.
We are not in a position to inspect any of the holiday homes listed, which means that we are unable to qualify any of the details portrayed in the advert.
Always try to make contact with the advertiser by phone, as speaking with the advertiser often helps to reassure.
Make sure you get full contact details of the person with whom you are about to enter into contract with, name, address, landline and mobile. Ask the advertiser for references and press for contacts who may be able to give testimonials.
Google and google street view may be able to provide answers on property locations.
Try finding comparable properties to see if location is as portrayed and rates are full value for money.
Your advertiser should have the answer to most of your questions regarding local attractions and facilities.
Booking deposits of about 25% is the norm with the balance and security deposit due about 8 weeks before departure.
Advertisers policy on refunds and cancellations vary greatly. Check out this aspect before you commit deposit payment.
Never pay on request the full amount, unless your booking is within the 8 weeks to departure date.
Should your holiday home experience not live up to expectation, please contact the advertiser immediately. Try and make contact with the advertiser from the holiday home as they may have a representative in the area to address the situation. Make sure you have all booking correspondance and all contact details of the advertiser with you.
Let your holiday home website is an advertising website and does not take part in any booking process or dispute resolutions.
Holidaymakers must correspond directly with the advertiser in any and all such situations.