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Asked by Christine2ndinf on 9th September 2014 Report this content
I have just booked a Cottages4You holiday in France. I have used Cottages4You for French holidays before and it has been great, no problem. This time, however, I am a bit worried because the refundable deposit that the owner wants at the start of the holiday is 200 euros (the same cost as the holiday itself). I understand it is a refundable deposit but is there ever any problems getting the money back? If I leave the property as I found it, will the owner be fair and give a full refund? Also is it normal to charge for cleaning at the end of the holiday (25 euros)? Because of the huge amount of money involved, I am really worried now. Property is FNC034 in Arromanches. I have paid deposits in the past but they have always been around 50 euros - never this high.

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Report this content StephenandBeryl Written on: 10/09/2014
Our experience with Cottages for you was Excellent and our experience with the owner was equally as good. The owner of the cottage we stayed in contacted us to check we were happy during our stay, I would certainly trust Cottages for you if they assure you that the deposit is refundable, I hope this helps.
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