General rental conditions and cancellation policy
General terms and conditions for renting a holiday home in residence Verony, Manitobaplein 1, 8370 Blankenberge
By making the reservation, these terms and conditions come into effect.
Rental period and number of guests, age requirement:
The minimum age of one of the staying guests is 21 years.
Under no circumstances can the agreed duration of the rental be extended, unless the landlord has given prior written consent.
The maximum number of persons (4 persons in the studio, 5 persons in the apartment) may not be exceeded. Babies up to a maximum of 2 years old are not included.
Pets are not allowed.
Normal use of the accommodation and all household items present, use of bed linen and kitchen textiles, use of the available cleaning products, normal water and energy consumption, final cleaning are included in the rent.
Bath towels, care products, consumables and food must be provided by the tenant.
Condition and use of the property:
Smoking is not allowed in the house.
The holiday accommodations can be reached via a communal entrance, hall and stairs. These, like the private part, must be used with respect. When the keys are handed over to the tenant and when these keys are returned by the tenant, the rooms and inventory are checked.
The tenant must check the house and the inventory of household effects on arrival. Shortages must be reported to the landlord within 4 hours of arrival. Complaints that are not reported in time will no longer be accepted afterwards. The landlord can be reached on the number (0032)495929602 or by mail at email@example.com
The landlord has the right to carry out all repairs of which the urgency and necessity will become apparent during the rental period, without the tenant being able to claim compensation or a reduction of the rent.
The spaces are only used for temporary occupancy and this without causing nuisance to neighbors (noises, smells, smoke, lights, etc.). Under no circumstances may the rental agreement be transferred. Subletting is also not allowed, even for free.
A deposit of 200 euros will be collected on arrival in cash or by Payconiq. In the event of non-payment of the deposit, the lessor is allowed, without prior notice of default, to suspend his obligation to deliver the enjoyment of the leased item.
If you leave the house without any damage or missing inventory, the deposit will be refunded in full. Otherwise, the corresponding costs will be deducted. If smoking has occurred in the house, the deposit will be retained in full.
The rented goods must not have undergone any depreciation (except normal traces of use) and must be left in a clean condition. Cupboards, trash cans and refrigerators, washrooms, household electronic appliances, dishwashers, etc. must be empty and clean.
Use of bed linen, normal consumption of electricity and water as well as final cleaning are included. Costs may be charged for extreme consumption and/or extreme pollution.
The tenant would do well to spontaneously report accidents to the landlord.
The tenant already undertakes to pay the surplus if it turns out that the deposit was insufficient. The additional payment must be made within one week of notification.
In the event of default by the tenant, the landlord has the right to dissolve the agreement at the expense of the tenant. Any amounts still owed become immediately due and payable.
The parties agree that in the event that the agreement is waived:
• By the lessor due to force majeure, he will be obliged to refund any sums already paid in full, within 7 days after notification of the termination of the agreement. In this case, the tenant has no more or other rights than to reclaim the sums already paid and therefore expressly waives any further rights.
The lessor reserves the right to cancel the rental agreement if the personal data provided is incorrect.
• By the tenant, who owes the full rent to the landlord if he renounces the agreement less than 30 days before the start of the lease. Cancellation more than 30 days before arrival is free of charge.
Liability and insurance:
The landlord is not responsible for any accidents in and around the house. The landlord is not liable for theft, loss or damage of or to objects or persons, of whatever nature, during or as a result of a stay in our holiday accommodation. The lessor is not liable for malfunctions in the service or defects in services provided by third parties.
The tenant is liable for all loss and/or damage to the rented accommodation and/or other property of the landlord arising during the use thereof by you and/or other users, regardless of whether this is the result of acts or omissions by yourself and/or or from third parties who are in the house with your permission.
As a tenant you are obliged to have the appropriate insurance yourself (civil liability, in case of fire or theft if you are at fault or due to your negligence, …). Any damage to your personal belongings in the event of a fire is also not covered by the fire insurance of the home. As a tenant, you are responsible for damage that is not covered by your insurance.
If the stay cannot take place due to measures imposed by the Belgian government or another government agency, the cancellation conditions also apply. It is therefore advisable to take out travel and/or cancellation insurance so that you can recover your money if you are forced to cancel or prematurely cut short your holiday due to circumstances or force majeure. Inform yourself in good time with your insurance agent for a sufficiently covering insurance.
A change or cancellation by the tenant must at all times be communicated in writing or by e-mail, stating the name and rental period.
In any case, in the event of a dispute, only the Justice of the Peace and the Court of the judicial district where the rented premises are located, will be competent.
All entries on the Verony residence website are deemed to have been provided in good faith and are always subject to interim adjustments. The lessor is not bound by obvious errors on its website.