Tariff for Les Pourciaux Cottage, Alderney

High season: £895 p/w £135 p/nt June, July, August and September.
Changeovers are on Saturdays and bookings of less than 7 days are not usually possible in high season. Ask us about bookings for Christmas and New Year.

Low Season: £850 p/w £125 p/nt All other times.
Three night minimum booking.

Bookings via third party websites like Airbnb are usually slightly more expensive.

No extra charges for electricity, laundry, cleaning etc. Cottage will be cleaned for your arrival and after you leave. If you require further cleaning services during your stay this can be arranged for a small fee.

Children are welcome. Dogs are accepted by prior arrangement only.

A deposit of £300 per week (or part week) is required at the time of booking. This is not returnable in the event of cancellation. The balance is payable upon arrival.

Currently we are only able to accept cash, cheque or direct bank transfer in payment. Ask us for bank details if this is your preferred option.
Collection from airport upon arrival is included if desired. You will need to organise a taxi to the airport for the return.

The basics are provided in case you don't have time to shop when you get here; tea, coffee, bread, butter, jam, a bottle of wine and a couple of beers.

The deposit is non-refundable but may be held as a credit for 12 months from receipt. A booking must be made by end of 12 months or deposit is forfeited. Stay must be within 12 months of original dates (same season, High or Low) ie., same dates or earlier.

The reciprocal health agreement between the Channel Islands and the UK ended in 2009. This means that like Alderney residents, visitors to the island must pay to see a doctor or dentist, to use the ambulance service, or to use the A&E department at the hospital. Visitors to the islands are strongly advised to have their own health insurance and to ensure it does cover the Channel Islands. Even urgent emergency treatment for UK visitors is not covered in the Channel Islands like it is in EU countries as the Channel Islands are not part of the EU.

Alderney has the same bank holidays as the UK apart from in August when our bank holiday is the first Monday in August (Monday 5th August in 2019). Known locally as Alderney Week's Cavalcade Day, it is the day when islanders make floats and there is a procession through town. Also in December, Alderney has an extra Bank Holiday, Homecoming Day, on the 15th December which falls to the preceding Monday if the 15th is a Saturday or Sunday (Monday 9th December in 2019). This is to celebrate the day the islanders returned to the island having been evacuated during the second world war. Some banks and shops close on these days.

We ask that any children are supervised at all times as we cannot be held responsible for any accidents occurring on our property.

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