All prices are per apartment and per night excl. 7% tax.
Minimum rental period: 5 nights (only on request and depending on availability and travel time, possibly less).
Children of age 5 and up are allowed.
Check in: from 2 p.m.
Check out: by 10 a.m.
*The Tikki Balu is only possible as a last minute booking for 2 people.
That means: If the house is still available 6 weeks before your planned trip, you can also book it for two at a net price of 89 euros per night.
After booking, we ask you to transfer a deposit or processing amount of 200 euros to our German account.
Upon receipt of payment, you will immediately receive an official booking confirmation and an invoice for the remaining amount.
We ask you to transfer this amount no later than 4 weeks before the start of your journey.
DTV, The German Tourism Association informs: Delimitation of accommodation contract / reservation
A holiday accommodation is booked bindingly if a room, a holiday apartment or a holiday home is booked by the guest and confirmed by the landlord / hotelier or provided in the case of short-term bookings. A binding accommodation contract or guest accommodation contract is generally form-free, i.e. also in the case of verbal, in particular telephone bookings. Unless the contracting parties have expressly agreed in writing.
If a binding accommodation contract has been concluded, the following applies: booked is booked.
None of the contracting parties can unilaterally withdraw from the concluded contract, regardless of the reasons for cancellation (exception: force majeure). Bad weather, illness and even a death in the immediate family do not justify withdrawal from the contract. However, the parties can agree on a mutual dissolution of the contract at any time. In this case, the landlord / hotelier can demand the agreed or customary rental price from the guest, less the expenses he has saved. The time of withdrawal does not matter. Even if the guest cancels the accommodation contract, for example six months before the planned arrival, he remains obliged to pay the agreed or customary rental price. The landlord / hotelier must, however, have saved expenses offset against his claim. According to the case law, the value of the saved expenses for an overnight stay with breakfast is a flat rate of 20%, for an overnight stay with half board a flat rate of 30%, for an overnight stay with full board a flat rate of 40% and for renting a holiday apartment or a holiday home a flat rate of 10% of the accommodation price accepted.