A full clean of our villas and cottages are organised on a weekly basis.
Bathroom towels and bed linen are changed on a weekly basis.
The properties are immaculately maintained and therefore your assistance in keeping them very clean and pleasant places to relax is asked for.
By placing a reservation you are entering into a contract bound by the following terms:
A reservation will be provisionally held for 48 hours.
A 50% deposit is payable to secure accommodation following that time.
Payment in full must be completed 4 weeks before departure date.
Cancellation conditions are 12 weeks or more notice is eligible for a full refund, less than 4 weeks notice may not be afforded a refund.
Key codes and information sheets will be sent by email 4 weeks before the start of your break.
Accommodation will be available after 2pm on the date of arrival. On date of departure the property should normally be vacated by 10.30am.
We do not take responsibility for any loss, injury or accident whether personal or otherwise suffered whilst in residence at these properties. It is recommended that adequate travel insurance is obtained prior to your departure.
Circumstances Beyond Our Control
If war or terrorist activity, industrial action (threatened or actual), civil unrest, closure of ports or airports, the delay or cancellation of international flights, domestic flights, ferries or other transportation or any other events or circumstances outside our control either delays or extends or causes or results in a change in your break itself, we will not be liable to you (or to members of your party) nor will any compensation be payable.
Please restrict this to outside areas as a courtesy to other guests.
Escape Villas reserve the right to refuse or cancel reservations for single sex groups.
Spanish Urban Rental Laws
Each party understands the law* in respect of the letting of property in Spain and the Canary Islands and undertakes to comply with the same. As a condition precedent the landlord shall be entitled to terminate this contract for any reason whatsoever and without notice within the first twelve weeks of the commencement of the property occupation.
*Regulated Private Rentals by state legislation (Law 29/1994 of 24th November for Urban Rentals and Civil Law): house rentals and rentals for residential uses (second home, short-term stays, and leisure premises).
Whilst all attempts are made to adhere to local laws the basis of any contract between landlord and tenant is exclusively founded in English Law and any disputes are to be settled in courts within England and Wales.