Agency terms and conditions
The Hiring Contract is between the client and the owner of the property for which the booking is made, and is subject to the following conditions. The Endeavour Cottage Agency acts as agents for the owners and are not principals.

  1. Whilst Endeavour Cottage Agency (hereinafter called "The Agency") uses its best endeavours to ensure the accuracy of all information supplied and details of properties are given in good faith, no warranty is given as to their accuracy and it does not accept responsibility or liability for any loss or damage resulting from information given or statements made whether verbally or in writing.
  2. The Agency acts only as agent for the owner of the property and can give no guarantee or warranty as to the state or condition of the property. The Agency will not be liable for any act, neglect or default on the part of the owner or any other person nor for any accident, damage, loss, injury, expense or inconvenience whether to person or property which the Client or any other person may suffer or incur.
  3. A deposit is payable to secure the booking If the booking is made eight weeks or less before the commencement of the holiday, then the full rent should be paid at the time of booking. If a booking cannot be accepted by the Agency, the full amount paid will be returned within 14 days. If a booking is accepted, the client becomes liable for the balance of rent for the full period of the holiday, which must be paid eight weeks prior to the holiday. When the balance of the rent is paid, final details of the property, with routing and key holder information, will be forwarded. Payments should be made by debit/credit card or by sending a cheque.to Endeavour Agency.
  4. If a Client cancels a booking before taking up the holiday let, having given due notice to the Agency in writing, the following terms will apply: If the cancellation is for one of the reasons detailed below and appropriate documentary evidence can be provided to support the cancellation, the Client shall receive a full refund of any money paid for the holiday property (less £45 and where applicable any personal travel protection premiums, booking fee, amendment fees and credit card charges). To qualify for a refund your reason for cancelling must be one of the following, must apply to a member of your party, must have occurred after you booked your holiday and must prevent your party from taking the holiday: - Illness (subject to medical evidence of unfitness to travel), Death, Redundancy (provided employment has been on a continuous basis with the same employer for at least two years, Jury or Witness service (in a court of Law), Cancellation of leave by HM Forces or Police Force, your home is rendered uninhabitable due to fire, storm, flood, subsidence or malicious damage. Where the reason for cancellation is not covered by one of the above reasons or the client fails to pay the balance of rent due, a cancellation charge will be payable.