The breakage deposit covers any potential damages that may occur to your holiday home or to the grounds during your stay. Please note, in the event that you have caused any damages by accident, please settle the amount directly with the holiday home owner. 

If your holiday home has a boat either included in the rental price or available for rent locally, then you may be charged an additional breakage deposit for use of this boat.

In holiday homes where you need to pay for consumptions costs, these are usually deducted from your deposit at the end of your stay.

Refunding your deposit
All holiday homes except in Denmark

In all countries, except from Denmark, the holiday home owner or representative will settle the deposit and prepayment of any consumption costs with you when you hand back the keys to your holiday home. In some instances, the deposit may be refunded via a bank transfer; we recommend that you bring your bank details with you (IBAN and Swift number).

For holiday homes in Denmark

In Denmark, where some of our holiday homes require prepayment of consumption costs, we will deduct the consumption costs from your deposit. We will then refund any difference within three weeks of your departure, to the credit card used to pay at the time of booking or the card used to pay for the consumption costs in the first place. If the consumptions costs exceed the pre-paid amount, or if the damages exceed the deposit, we will invoice you for the outstanding amount.

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