Terms & Conditions
- £100 deposit to be paid at time of booking, with the balance to be paid within one month prior to arrival.
- Mill Rink, Barn & Cabin will be available from 3pm on the day of arrival and must be vacated by 10am on the day of departure.
- The stackyard Static caravan will be available from 4pm on the day of arrival and must be vacated by 10am on the day of departure.
- Cancellations – We recommend that you take out travel insurance as money will only be refunded where a replacement booking can be obtained less an administration charge of £25. In the very unlikely event that we would have to cancel your booking due to unforeseen circumstances, a full refund will be given.
- All occupants must be advised at time of booking. Additional occupancy is not permitted without prior discussion.
- Additional occupancy at the Cabin and Mill Rink is charged.
- Electricity is metered and is paid according to usage at the end of your break.
- Dogs are charged at £15 per dog. Maximum of 2 dogs at Mill Rink & Barn or 1 dog at Stackyard or cabin. Dogs must not be left unattended in properties.
COVID Booking policy 2021
- A £100 deposit will be required at booking to secure the dates.
- We will seek payment of the balance 14 days prior to arrival instead of the normal month and will defer this to as close to the booking as possible where there may be issues with tier restrictions being implemented.
- We will offer flexible movement of bookings to dates either to the side of existing booking if possible or alternative dates to accommodate the availability of sailings should there be issues in obtaining the required sailing dates due to reduced occupancy per sailing, although we would strongly advise to book your sailing as soon as your booking is confirmed.
- Should you have to cancel your trip due to a member of your party being ill with coronavirus infection, we will allow you to re-schedule your booking to an alternative date. We still strongly advise that you take out insurance to cover any other issue that may prevent you taking up your booking. Additionally, some insurance companies are now covering coronavirus infection should you require a full refund following infection preventing uptake of your booking.
- Should we have to close due to a further government lockdown, coronavirus outbreak on the Island or at one of the properties then we will either refund your payments or re-schedule your booking depending on your preferred option.
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