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    The rented accommodation is on a temporary basis and for holiday purposes only. The premises are not to be used as main or secondary accommodation and the tenant cannot carry out a commercial, artisanal or professional activity. Therefore, the contract will be governed by the provisions of the Civil Code and by the conditions set forth herein.
    The lease automatically ceases upon the expiry of the fixed term, with no need to give prior notice. The tenancy cannot be extended without the prior written consent of the landlord.


    A €900 cash deposit or credit card payment is required to cover any damage or disappearance of objects or equipment for which you are responsible and will cover additional services ordered during your stay. This deposit will be returned at the end of your stay or 30 days after your departure at the very latest, unless there is a disagreement, and after the inventory procedure and settlement of any amount due. The tenant agrees to supplement the deposit if necessary.

    The tenant must be insured against theft, fire and water damage for rental accommodation and for the furniture covered in the lease, and also in case of claims made by other tenants – the insurance certificate must be shown to the landlord upon rental. Therefore, the latter accepts no liability should insurance claims be made against the tenant in case of damage.

    Taxes :

    Non compris : 1 € de taxe de séjour par personne par nuit.


    The responsibility of the Villa d'Elsa shall not be engaged in case of theft, disappearance of entrusted objects or objects left in the rooms, the communal areas or in the car park.

    The hotel is not considered as a guardian of objects and cars. The rooms and car park are made available but are not guarded. We invite you to contact your insurer to ensure their guarantee against any damage or theft occurring in the rented room, communal areas or car park.