Terms & Conditions

Bookings for self -catering accommodation are accepted subject to availability (and confirmed by telephone or email), and on receipt of the completed booking form with the deposit received. Cheques should be made payable to Mrs E Grant.

The balance of the tariff must be paid 5 weeks (35 days) before date of arrival. Non-payment of the balance by the due date shall be construed as a cancellation by the client.

A cancellation must be advised as soon as possible, and every effort will be made to re-let the cottage. For cancellations made by the client within two weeks of the arrival date, the entire amount will be forfeit. We strongly recommend you insure against cancellation. The deposit is non-returnable.

All bookings are from 3pm on the day of arrival until 10am on the day of departure.

The person signing the booking form certifies that he or she is authorised to agree the terms and conditions on behalf of all persons in the party, The signatory being a member of the party. The maximum number of guests allowed is clearly stated on the booking form and no person other than those shown on the booking form may be accommodated unless confirmed in advance.

We regret that we must ask you to report and pay for any damage or breakage in your cottage during your stay.

Towels supplied are strictly for use in the cottages and ARE NOT supplied for beach use.

Guests are asked to leave their cottage clean and tidy when vacating.

We operate a NO SMOKING POLICY inside the cottage.


Short breaks are available from November-March and are bookable in advance. At all other times of the year (incl. Xmas) only within 3 weeks of arrival.

Whilst every care is taken to ensure that our literature is correct the proprietors cannot be held liable for any changes or alterations made. The proprietors are relieved of any liability from accidents to guests and any loss or damage to property.

It is the intention of the proprietors that Walnut Tree Cottage provides a relaxing holiday environment. The proprietors reserve the right to decline accommodation. The proprietors are entitled to reasonable access to the cottage.