PUBLISHER SITE

PUBLICATION DIRECTOR
Charles and Sophie Stenhouse

WEBMASTER
Mr. Ange Ripouteau

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Total or partial reproduction of this site and its contents, by any means whatsoever without prior permission of the publication director, is prohibited and constitutes an infringement punishable by Articles L335-2 and following of the Code of Intellectual Property .

PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
According to the law of 6 January 1978 on computers, files and freedoms, the site has been declared to the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (CNIL). Site users are required to comply with the Data Protection Act, files and liberties, the violation is punishable by criminal sanctions.

They must refrain, as regards the personal information they access, from any collection, any diverted use, and generally, any act likely to infringe the privacy or reputation of individuals .

You have a right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning you (law “and Freedoms” of 6 January 1978). Please contact _____ !!!!

COOKIES

This Privacy and Cookie describes how cookies are used on our website and how you can enable or disable cookies. It covers in particular the following

1. What is a cookie?

A cookie is data stored on a computer, tablet or mobile when browsing the Internet. The computer, the tablet or mobile can be recognized later. Cookies set by us or third parties when you visit our website do not acknowledge personally as an individual; they recognize only the device you’re using. Cookies cause no damage of any kind, to your device but they allow you to take advantage of some features of our website. For example, they allow you to make reservations and go back to the pages you’ve researched. They also help us keep our secure website, to remember your preferences and customize the content of our website.

You alone choose whether to have cookies stored on your device and you can easily control the setting of cookies. For specific information on the management and control of cookies, please refer to the management of cookies.

The establishment of this rules is an integral part of our commitment to respect the recent legislation but also to ensure that we are open and transparent vis-à-vis on what happens when you come to our website .

2. Our rules

To fully use our site, your computer, tablet or mobile ( “unit”) must accept cookies, especially as our online features have been specifically developed to work only via the use of cookies. Cookies registered via our website does not store any personal or sensitive data (such as your name, address or payment details).

For the purpose of making information on cookies in this charter clearest possible for you, we have divided the cookies into 5 categories:

Essential cookies

These cookies are essential, they allow you to move from our website and use its features (for example, they allow you to access secure areas of our website). Without these cookies, services you have requested (such as the use of the shopping cart or access to your orders) will be erased.

We have listed below the main “essential cookies” we use with an explanation of the purposes of their use:

List of Strictly necessary cookies

Partenered: This cookie tell us from what website you came and which version of our website we show.

JSESSIONID and SID: Cookies tell us how you moved on our website.

analytical cookies

These cookies collect data on the use of our website. The aggregated data from these cookies are only used to improve the operation of our website. Many of these cookies are third party cookies. However, we have listed below the main “analytical cookies” we use with an explanation of the purposes of their use.

List of analytical cookies

_msuuid_1030eix7051_msuuid: These cookies tell us how you move on our website when you come from other websites (mainly Google).

functional cookies

These cookies allow us to remember the choices you made on our website (such as searches for flights or a stay in a city you do) and provide you with customized features. They can also be used to provide the services you have requested (such as watching a video or commenting on a blog). These cookies can not tell us what you do on other websites.

We’ve listed below the key “functional cookies” we use with an explanation of the purposes of their use:

List of functional cookies

 

pFastBrowse, sFastBrowse: These cookies store your desired criteria so that we can automatically pre-populate your search form when you return to a Web page that contains the same search form.

ASP.NET_SessionId, ASPSESSIONIDAARBSDAD (cookie name May Vary): This cookie tells us what choices you have made on our website, for example, if you or we subscribed to our newsletter.

Advertising cookies

These cookies are used to present advertisements that are more relevant to you and your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times you see an advertisement and to help measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign.

These cookies are generally third-party cookies.

Trading partners that can set cookies on your computer include:

List of third-party cookies
Omniture Analytics: Omniture and Google record cookies from our website to analyze how our website works and how you move on our website. This information allows us to make changes to our website in order to improve your online experience. Cookies that Google records also help us evaluate the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns.

Google Adsense: Google saves these cookies from our website to measure the effectiveness of Google Adsense ads that appear on our website.

ClickTale: ClickTale saves these cookies from our website for the designers of the website are able to make our website easier and easier to use.

Maxymiser: Maxymiser saves these cookies from our website to allow for testing the effectiveness of different Internet pages. We are able to provide the best Internet site configuration and improve the functionality of our website.

Facebook: Facebook saves these cookies from our website to personalize your online experience .

3. Managing cookies

What will happen if I do not allow cookies?

If cookies are not allowed on your computer, tablet or mobile ( “unit”), your experience on our Website may be limited .

How to disable / enable cookies?

Disabling / enabling cookies is through your web browser. We explain below how to manage cookies on your computer. For more information on how to manage cookies on your tablet and / or your mobile, please consult your documentation or online help files.

Google Chrome
In the Settings menu, select “Show Advanced Settings” page down
Click the “Content Settings” button in the Privacy section
The section at the top of the page that appears when you says more about cookies and allows you to install the cookies you want. It also allows you to remove the currently stored cookies.
Mozilla Firefox
On the Tools menu, select “options”
Select the Private Life tab in the Options window
In the dropdown menu, select “Use custom settings for history”. This will bring up the options for cookies and you can choose to allow or deny them by checking the appropriate box.
Internet Explorer 6+
On the Tools menu, select “Internet Options”
Click the Privacy tab
You will see the privacy settings with six options, which allow you to control the number of cookies that will be recorded: Block All Cookies, High, Medium High, Medium (default level), Low, and Accept All Cookies.
Safari browser
In the dropdown menu, select “Preferences”
Open the Security tab
Select the option you want in the “accept cookies”
All other browsers
For more information on how to manage cookies through other browsers, please consult your documentation or online help files.
How to disable / enable third-party cookies?

Third-party cookies are not stored by us. Therefore, we suggest you look at the websites of these third parties for further information on the cookies they set and how they handle

Conditions d'annulation

Annulation par le client :

Toute annulation doit être notifiée par lettre recommandée au propriétaire.

a/ Annulation avant l’arrivée dans les lieux : l’acompte reste acquis au propriétaire. Celui-ci pourra demander le solde du montant du séjour, si l’annulation intervient moins de 30 jours avant la date d’entrée dans les lieux.

Si le client ne se manifeste pas dans les 24 heures qui suivent la date d’arrivée indiquée sur le contrat, le présent contrat devient nul et le propriétaire peut disposer de son gîte. L’acompte reste également acquis au propriétaire qui demandera le solde du séjour.

b/ Si le séjour est écourté, le prix du séjour reste acquis au propriétaire. Il ne sera procédé à aucun remboursement.

Annulation par le propriétaire :

Le propriétaire reverse au client l’intégralité des sommes versées, ainsi qu’une indemnité au moins égale à celle que le client aurait supporté si l’annulation était intervenue de son fait à cette date.

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