Le Hameau Sant' Andria - U Pasciale Corsica, St Florent & Cap Corse
- 1 air-conditioned bedroom (sleeps 2)
- Living/dining room with fireplace, satellite TV, DVD/CD-player, small terrace
- Small kitchen with 2-ring electric hob, oven/microwave, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, washing machine
- Shower room with hairdryer
- Iron, ironing board, pool and bath towels provided
- Terrace, swimming pool terrace, barbecue
- Private swimming pool 4.3m x 3.1m (depth 1.4m – 1.5m), security alarm, ladder access.
- Children are not permitted
- 1 week holidays – does not include a mid-stay clean or bed linen/towel change
- 2 week holidays – includes a light mid-stay clean and bed linen/towel change
- All properties with wifi are able to support basic functionality such as web browsing and checking emails
- We aim to offer an uninterrupted service but sometimes due to factors beyond our control reliability can be affected
- Check-in time – 3:00pm
- Check-out time – 9:00am
- Beach 10-15min drive
- Restaurant 5-10min drive
- Shops (Oletta) 7min drive
- Saint Florent 10min drive
- Bastia airport 40min drive
We have travelled with Simpson Travel for a number of years and have never been disappointed with the standard of care and accommodation we have received. We have recommended Simpson Travel to a number of people who have not had such a pleasant experience with their tour operator. We hope to travel with Simpson Travel, gaining new experiences and perhaps returning to old haunts over the coming years.Mr Chilton - September 2016
Simpson Travel offer a superb personal service throughout the entire time of the holiday ensuring total confidence for the traveller.Mr Morriss - May 2016
This was our second visit to Le Hammeau and it was wonderful. This villa is very special and we loved the pool especially as the weather was so hot.We hope to be able to return again.Mrs Hinkins - July 2015
A superb holiday. The standard of the villa and service was excellent and comes highly recommended.Mr Bell - September 2013
Our week at U Pasciale was lovely, a quiet countryside retreat, but close to everything we needed. It was a pleasure each morning over breakfast, to hear and watch the Red Kites calling as they searched for their own breakfast.Mr Williams - September 2013
We'd highly recommend Simpson Travel. Excellent service from the beginning. The villa is lovely and Martine has been incredibly helpful.Mr and Mrs Dampney - August 2013
We thoroughly enjoyed our honeymoon in Corsica. The villa has been fantastic for spending lazy days by the pool and soaking up the sun. Relax and enjoy.Mr and Mrs McGhee - May 2013
Although we have visited Les Calanches 3 times, this was our first visit to Cap Corse and we’ve loved exploring a new area! ‘Meteo defavorable’ prevented us from taking a boat to Saleccia but we’ve enjoyed the beaches at Farinole (great sunset) and Ostriconi. If you visit the latter, it’s well worth taking a detour on the way home to see stunning Lama, an Italianate hilltop town (with 2 restaurants if you’re brave enough to tackle the precipitous roads after a vino). One boring tip – if you can park in the free car park at St. Florent, do so, because the queue for the caisse at the paying one can stretch for miles at the end of the day... Corsica is still one of my favourite places in the world – can’t wait to come back!Mr Curry - September 2012
Thank you! We had a lovely holiday.Miss Chapman - August 2012
Nothing more to say! We’ve had a fantastic time here. Have a great time.Miss Chapman - August 2012
Excellent Destination, Excellent Holiday, Fantastic Resort Support unlike many other travel companiesMs Mccarthy - July 2012
We have enjoyed our stay very much. St. Florent is indeed a charming town at all times of the day. Boat trips to Loto and Saleccia are excellent. The latter gets surprisingly busy by midday so we advise taking the earliest, 9.15 boat, buying tickets from 4.30 the previous day at the office. Loto, though smaller in length is deeper and absorbs numbers with ease. We loved I’lle Rousse and bathed at Plage de Bodri just the other side of the town. St. Florent Cathedral has interesting Norman capitals and Oletta is well worth a stroll through – little changed for many decades. The tour of Cap Corse is well worth the effort and the beach at very northerly end, sublime.Dr Gooding - July 2012
Can’t add anymore! Just relax & enjoy.Mr & Mrs Sullivan - June 2012
Good to have the dedicated desk for car hire. Good to have someone to meet us at airport.Mr Morris - June 2012
It has been our first visit to Corsica and a very enjoyable holiday. The house and its location are very good; the pool and air conditioned proving valuable as it has been a tad hot at times, we’ve seen 43? – 45?. We’ve travelled quite a bit around the northern half of the island; Nonza (worth a stop) and round the Cap Corse (nearly all made roads) and stopped for lunch at Macinaggio; to Calvi (worth a trip), stopping off at I’île Rousse; and Corte (that day!). But St. Florent is wonderful at any time of the day, and we did go most days. The new supermarket this side of town is good. And Oletta of course – we visited frequently for a potter around. We ate out most days and enjoyed many. So, all in all, a very enjoyable time with many fond memories with a bit of regret we didn’t do and see more of this lovely island.Mr & Mrs Morris - June 2012
Our first stay in Corsica – perhaps the most perfect week to come, helped by the Queen’s Jubilee which means the schools’ half term and therefore the expensive season is a week later than usual! We have enjoyed a concert of nightingales every evening and the wild flowers and flowering shrubs have been amazing. Red kite with their V-shaped tails are as common here as crows. Are the bright green lizards a different species from the UK and mainland France common lizard? Not wanting to spend time shut in a car, we have walked for miles along the ‘Sentier du Littoral’, pausing for a swim when we found a suitable cove. We watched a grass snake swimming elegantly across the cove we were bathing in – surprised to see a creature we associate with fresh water in a maritime environment. (Someone told us there are only harmless grass snakes in Corsica, no adders (vipères in French)) We loved the quiet beaches – two or three couples, with the occasional visit from a dozen cows or goats. Paradise.Mr & Mrs Herbert - May 2012
This was our first visit to Corsica and we weren’t disappointed. Beautiful pale terracotta villages nestling in the mountain foothills. Stunning scenery. For the non-walkers, the drive around Cap Corse (clockwise!) was breathtaking – sometimes literally! The break for lunch in Macinaggio by the marina was a wonderful place to people watch and eat Moules! Calvi was worth the journey as was Corte, in the centre of the island and Vivario, where views of the snow-clad mountains seemed un-real. Sadly we missed the heat-wave in UK!Mr & Mrs Marston - May 2012
Another wonderful stay in Corsica. Sleepy villages, high mountain paths, waterfalls, abandoned monasteries in the hills not to mention the wildlife. To name but a few, we have seen, eagles, salamanders, pigs, goats, cows, boar, spiders and even a snake wriggling along the road. The pace of life here is unique, the people charming and warm. The food here is so special, a sincere use of what is true to their region, with little fuss – and as far the vin d’orange, I could happily glug away most days. Truly special.Mr Cooper - May 2012
Our first visit to Corsica has been a total delight! We have been amazed by the dramatic scenery, the beauty, and the tiny settlements clinging to the mountainsides. Driving can be a heart-stopping experience, and it takes longer than expected to get from place to place, with endless bends! We particularly enjoyed our walk to the Desert de Agriates and Plage de Saleccia via the ‘Popeye’ boat trip. Decent shoes are recommended for that but you can just stay on the Plage de Loto. Our favourite trip was up to Haut Asco where there was still snow on the mountain tops. The drive is pretty ‘hairy’ with steep drops and blind bends but the views are stunning. The Spar supermarket had everything we could possibly want. Call into the pottery on the way to St Florent and practise your French with a potter – a very friendly chap and his work is fair value compared to the big boys.Ms Harwood - May 2012
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Please call us for assistance with your holiday on 020 8392 5872.
Please call us if you would like to book accommodation only without flights or car hire.
If applicable, car hire category included in price is as follows:
|2-3 guests||1 group C car|
|4 guests||1 group D/H car|
|5 guests||1 group K car|
|6 guests||2 group C cars|
|7 guests||1 group C car and 1 group D/H car|
|8 guests||2 group D/H cars|
|9 guests||1 group D/H car and 1 group K car|
|10 guests||2 group K cars|
|11 guests||2 group K cars and 1 group C car|
|12-13 guests||2 group K cars and 1 group D/H car|
YOUR HOLIDAY PRICE INCLUDES
- Prices are in pounds sterling and are per person
- Accommodation only for the guests named on your invoice (including breakfast where stated if you are staying in a hotel)
- Return economy flights from the UK to your destination (flight supplements may be applicable depending on availability)
- Government and local taxes, excluding visa charges
- An air-conditioned car or return transfers, as specified in the property details
- The assistance of our local representative overseas
- Simpson information book in your accommodation
YOUR HOLIDAY PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE
- Any breakages, damage, losses, extra cleaning or outstanding accounts incurred during your stay
- Holiday travel insurance
- Twin-centre holidays: a £25 per person administration fee is applicable
YOUR SECURITY AND PEACE OF MIND
Full protection is guaranteed when you book a package with us. Our holidays are protected by the Civil Aviation Authority under the Air Tour Organisers Licence (ATOL Licence 5858) and by the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA Membership W5698).
For most of our self-catering accommodation we are able to offer accommodation only prices (excluding flights, car hire and transfers). Restrictions may apply at certain times of the year.
Children aged 2-11 years are eligible for concessions of between 5%-25% of the holiday price. This is offered at most of our self-catering properties depending on departure dates. High season dates are excluded. Two full paying adults must be travelling in order for child discounts to apply. For further information please call our sales consultants.
There is a charge of £75 per infant (under 2 years) on all our holidays. Travel cots and highchairs are provided free of charge in our self-catering properties, however, some hotels may charge for these items and we will advise you of any extra costs at the time of booking. Many hotels offer reduced rates for children if they share the same room as their parents.
PLACING AN OPTION
In order to allow you to co-ordinate your holiday arrangements with friends and family, in many cases we are able to hold an option for up to 24 hours before confirming your booking.
PAYING FOR YOUR HOLIDAY
In order to confirm your booking a deposit of £225 per person is required unless you are booking accommodation only in which case 30% of the total holiday cost is required. However, if we need to buy in flight seats especially for your booking, we will ask you to pay a higher deposit to include the cost of the flights. This payment is non-refundable. The balance payment for your holiday should be paid at least 10 weeks prior to your departure. We accept most debit cards and credit cards, and personal cheques. All payments made by credit card will be subject to a 1.25% charge* reflecting our incurred costs. (*American Express is subject to a 2% charge.) Multi-centre holidays incur a £25 per person administration fee.
Please familiarise yourself with our full booking terms including our cancellation policy here.
SECURITY DEPOSITMost of our self-catering accommodation is privately owned and sometimes it is the owner’s main residence, which they vacate for the summer season. In order to protect the furnishings and fittings, some owners require a security deposit which is collected 3 weeks prior to departure. The deposit will be refunded in full within 7 days of your return provided there is no damage or additional cleaning required and the property remains in the same condition as upon arrival. If a security deposit is applicable, the amount required will be stated in the Details section of the property. Please alert your local representative to any breakages or damages during your stay.
It is compulsory that all our guests have comprehensive travel insurance and we will need full details of your policy at the time of booking or before you travel.
Your travel documents are available to download and print 2 weeks prior to departure provided you have paid in full, completed and submitted Advanced Passenger Information and car hire details (if applicable). Please note if you are travelling with Ryan Air you will only be able to download your boarding passes approximately 7 days before departure due to the airline's check-in requirements. Should you prefer to receive your documents by post, please ask us at the time of booking.
PASSPORTS AND VISAS
It is your responsibility to be in possession of a valid passport and any necessary visas. EU citizens do not need a visa to travel to France. If you are a non-EU citizen then you should check with your own embassy for the entry/re-entry requirements necessary for your journey. Children not on an accompanying parent’s passport before October 1998 are now required to hold their own passport if they are under 16 years. If you do not have a passport, it is recommended to apply at least 6 weeks before your holiday. Passports should be valid for 6 months after your return date.
Our prices are based on our lowest contracted fare. Occasionally it may be necessary to purchase flights outside of our normal allocation and in these circumstances we may need to charge an additional supplement to reflect the extra costs incurred. This will also be the case if we are booking flights from regional airports or on flights where we do not have a seat allocation. If a supplement applies, this will be advised to you at the time of booking.
If you are flying on our British Airways charter service from London to Figari you are permitted to carry one piece of checked luggage per person up to 23kg. One piece of hand baggage is permitted up to 10kg (maximum dimensions 56cm x 45cm x 25cm).
Infants are permitted a 10kg checked bag allowance plus a fully collapsible pushchair, a car seat and one piece of hand luggage for items required in the flight (subject to security restrictions).
Any excess baggage will be charged at the airport. As this is a BA charter service, BA miles cannot be accrued or earned on this flight, nor can BA Executive Club members access the airport lounge.
If you are flying with Easyjet you are permitted to carry one piece of checked luggage per person (excluding infants) up to 20kg. One piece of hand baggage is permitted measuring a maximum 56 x 45 x 25cm (including wheels, pockets and handles) which you must be able to place and retrieve safely in the overhead lockers without assistance.
If you are flying with any other airline, please check the airline’s website for details.
It is common for airlines to change their restrictions on luggage weight and the number of items so, before travelling, we recommend you check the airline’s website for the latest information.
IN-FLIGHT MEALS AND SPECIAL DIETS
British Airways offer an in-flight snack on our service from London to Figari. Special meal requests may be made up to 14 days prior to departure. Whilst we will always pass your request onto the airline, we are unable to guarantee supply. Charges may apply and we will confirm these to you at the time of booking. Easyjet offers a pay on board snack service.
GROUP SEATING AND EXTRA LEGROOM
Some airlines offer passengers the opportunity of pre-booking guaranteed seats together at a pre-paid supplement (seats may be situated either side of an aisle) and some offer seating with extra legroom for a reasonable supplement. Availability and supplements can be advised at the time of booking.
You will usually need a certificate of fitness to fly if you are more than 28 weeks pregnant. Most airlines will not allow you to fly if you are more than 32 weeks pregnant. Please refer to the airline’s website for details of their policy.
API (ADDITIONAL PASSENGER INFORMATION)
Most countries require that the airline take additional information from each passenger such as full name, date and place of birth, passport number, country of issue and expiry date. You will need to provide this information at the time of booking or, at the very latest, prior to release of your travel documents. You are able to complete the details online via Manage My Booking or call a member of our Pre-Departure team.
The name shown on the itinerary must exactly match the name of the passenger travelling as it appears in his/her passport (first full name and surname). If not, you may be refused boarding. Once your flights have been booked, it is not usually possible to make name changes without incurring substantial charges. If there are any errors on your invoice or your itinerary, please inform us immediately.
FOREIGN OFFICE ADVICE BEFORE YOU TRAVEL
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office provides up-to-date travel information to help British travellers make informed decisions about travelling abroad. Should you wish to check their advice or information about the destination you are travelling to, please visit their website: www.fco.gov.uk/en or call 020 7008 1500.
In the event of a flight delay, whenever possible we will ensure that the airline/operator communicates the reasons for and extent of any delay and implements appropriate standards of welfare provision. EU carriers should also comply with EU Regulation 261/2004 in the event of delays, cancellations or denied boarding and guidance is provided on the CAA’s website www.caa.co.uk
CAR HIRE INFORMATION
Most of our holidays include an air-conditioned hire car, to be collected from and returned to the airport (or port where applicable). The category of car included in the basic holiday price will vary according to the number of people in your party. We do not consider infants as part of the total party size. The cars we have included offer comfortable seating for the size of party travelling, however, we do ask you to take into account the size of the boot space for your luggage if any infants are in your party, and the number of child and baby seats required. You may wish to upgrade your car to give you extra comfort and space. Availability and supplements for upgrading will be advised at the time of booking. For transporting extra luggage it is also possible to pre-book a taxi at additional cost.
The types of cars listed are only examples of car models in each category. We cannot guarantee that you will receive a specific make or model.
Corsica Car Makes and Models
Group B: Renault Clio or similar – a/c 4 seats
Group C: VW Golf or similar – a/c 5 seats
Group D/H: Peugeot 508/Citroen C4 Picasso or similar – a/c 5 seats
Group F: Renault Megane Estate or similar – a/c – automatic – on request
Group G: VW Golf or similar – a/c
Group I: Citroen DS3 diesel or similar – a/c – on request
Group J: Renault Scenic Long or similar – a/c 5+2 seats – automatic – on request
Group K: Peugeot 5008 or similar – a/c – on request
Group L: Renault Capture or similar – a/c – automatic – on request
Group E: Renault Duster 4x4 or similar – a/c – on request
Group N: Ford Transit Kombi minibus or similar – a/c 9 seats – on request
Group O - Ford Tourneo or similar – a/c 7 seats – on request
INCLUDED IN YOUR CAR HIRE
- Unlimited mileage
- Super CDW insurance cover against theft and accidental damage
- Medical and technical assistance
- Two main drivers. Please note that there is a minimum age of 21 years although there is no maximum age limit. Drivers must hold a British/EU Driver’s Licence or International Driver’s Licence, held for at least 2 years. You will not be able to hire a car without your original, valid Driver’s Licence which you must carry at all times when you are driving. Please also take the counterpart of your licence if you hold a photo licence. If you wish to add more drivers this should be done locally and a charge of €35 for 1 week or €60 for 2 weeks per driver applies (paid locally).
The insurance will not cover:
- Filling up with the wrong fuel
- Windscreen, roof or undercarriage (you should not drive off-road)
- Personal accident insurance (this should be covered by your personal travel insurance)
- Any damage, loss, accident etc caused by your own negligence, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, unlawful driving, driving off-road, using wrong type of fuel etc
- Your car key: this usually contains an electronic device which will be damaged by water, sand etc; please do not swim with your key; you will be charged for any damage or loss, including the cost of a replacement key, towing away of car etc (replacement keys cost €24-€205 depending on the car category plus a delivery charge)
- Damage to the interior (back shelf, seats etc)
- Theft of valuables (cameras, mobile telephones, jewellery, money etc) • Any damage/loss caused by theft or attempted theft due to unlocked doors, personal effects left in view etc
- Parking fines, speeding fines or other traffic infringements (a €40 administrative fee will apply to each fine)
CAR HIRE DEPOSIT
The car hire agents will require you to lodge a credit card deposit when you collect your car. Cards accepted are: Visa (except Electron), AMEX, Diners and Eurocard Mastercard (except Maestro).
Funds would only be taken from your card if you:
- Return your car without a full tank of petrol (€100 charge)
- Return your car without its security kit (€50 charge)
- Receive a traffic infringement notice (€40 administration fee plus the fine)
- Return your car requiring extra cleaning (€50 charge)
- Return your car after the intended day as booked by us (charged at the local rate)
Child and baby seats (forward facing seats only are available) can be provided if booked at least 2 weeks prior to your departure and are charged at £35 per child seat and £30 per booster seat. AVIS rates for seats that are not pre-booked and requested at the airport on arrival are considerably higher. Please remember to specify the age of the child. Local car hire and Simpson Travel staff are not authorised to install the child seats and as style and installation may differ to those in the UK, you may prefer to bring your own child seat for your own peace of mind.
GPS is available for £14 per day with certain models of vehicle but must be pre-booked. We recommend that you use the Simpson Travel driving instructions rather than the GPS when driving from the airport to your property.
Please refer to the information at the top of the page for details of the transfers included in the cost of your holiday. Taxis are licensed and insured to carry up to 4 passengers. Therefore, if there are 4 passengers and an infant then 2 taxis are needed and we will provide you with a separate quotation. If you are travelling with young children or babies, child seats are not provided for any vehicles used for transfers. For your own peace of mind, we recommend that you bring your own although there is no guarantee that local taxi companies will allow the use of child seats. Please note that the transfer times included in our accommodation details are approximate estimates only and do not include any waiting time.
ACCOMMODATION AND USEFUL INFORMATION
Air-conditioning and heating
We have indicated in the property descriptions which accommodation has air-conditioning included in the holiday price. Heating is available in some of our properties during the low season weeks, which is normally included in the holiday price.
Animals and wildlife
As in all rural communities, indigenous animals are an essential part of the way of life. The braying of a donkey, crow of a cockerel or the barking of a dog is not a complaint that receives much sympathy from the locals! Care should be taken to minimise the presence of insects and animals in your accommodation. Keep surfaces clean, dispose of refuse regularly and ensure that food is not left uncovered. Cats and dogs are often resident where an owner or manager lives on the property. If you are allergic to cats and/or dogs please ensure that you check the suitability of your chosen accommodation with us prior to confirming your booking.
We have specified if a barbecue is available at your accommodation. Please note that often in summer, due to the hot weather, use of your barbecue may not be allowed and/or strict rules for its use may apply. The local or national government reserves the right to introduce new rulings at any time, often with little prior notice, prohibiting the use of barbecues to reduce the risk of fires. Where a barbecue is not provided, it is usually because the surroundings are considered a fire risk or inappropriate for the use of barbecues.
We provide Simpson Travel beach/pool towels in all our self-catering properties and these are normally laundered weekly.
Please note that a double bed could be two single beds placed together. If you are booking a hotel room, please let us know your room preference (double or twin). Although we will make every effort to convey your request to the hotel, we cannot guarantee your preference will be available.
Check-in and check-out
You will usually be able to occupy your villa or apartment after 5pm and you should vacate it on the day of departure between 9am and 11am. Please refer to specific property details for exact times. Most of our hotels follow common practice with regard to check-in and check-out times (around midday); however some have later check-in times between 3pm and 5pm. Please refer to the individual property information for timings.
Self-catering accommodation is clean on your arrival and for two week stays it will be cleaned mid-holiday. The mid-holiday clean includes bathroom, kitchen surfaces, floor sweeping and change of bed and bath linen. If additional or more frequent cleaning is required, this can be arranged locally with our representative at an additional cost.
Distances and timings
Please note that all walking and driving times stated are approximate estimates only. Transfer times are also approximate estimates only and do not include any waiting time.
Hotel bookings with half-board include dinner, which is usually a fixed menu with or without a choice of dishes. In some hotels, you may take your half-board meal at lunchtime.
Health and safety
Simpson Travel is committed to raising the standards of health and safety throughout all our destinations. Our guests’ safety and wellbeing is of the highest importance to us. However, please note that since many of our properties are private homes, it is not always possible to meet the same exacting standards as in the UK. In your accommodation we will provide any necessary health and safety information. We ask you to familiarise yourself with this information and the property on arrival, particularly when travelling with children, and to raise any concerns with your local representative.
In some properties a baby monitor has been provided and to the best of our knowledge it is operating correctly but it is vital that you check regularly that the device is operating to your satisfaction. We strongly advise against relying on the baby monitor in case of malfunction. Simpson Travel cannot be held liable for any malfunction of the baby monitor and the use of the device is entirely at your own risk.
Internet access and wifi
Internet access and wifi is available when stated in the relevant accommodation description details. Please note there may be restrictions with the availability and speed of the service transmitted by the local provider and technical issues may cause temporary withdrawal of internet facilities. We are unable to accept responsibility for any down time or consequences of using this service and refund/compensation cannot be offered due to circumstances beyond our control such as adverse weather conditions.
Linen and laundry
Bed and bathroom linen is provided weekly. For your convenience some of our properties have a washing machine.
Noise and building works
Traffic, farm work, roadwork, animals and other sounds form part of everyday life, however, what constitutes ‘noise’ to one person may not be a problem for another. Please let us know if you have any special needs regarding this. Occasionally, building work is unavoidable as we do not control such work and may not know about it in advance. Whenever possible, we will notify you of any work that we believe may affect your holiday.
Only guests named on your invoice are entitled to occupy the accommodation.
We cannot guarantee that a full selection of satellite channels will be available. Channels in English may be very limited and these are often only CNN or BBC World.
Some facilities are subject to weather conditions and the general season, for example swimming pools, restaurant terraces and courtyards, pool bars, local restaurants, and they may be limited or unavailable at the beginning or end of the season. Please do not hesitate to check with us, should a particular facility be a necessity to you.
Swimming pool details are given on our website. Pool dimensions are approximate only and, unless specified otherwise, pools are freshwater and unheated. Dates when pools are operational are subject to the prevailing weather conditions at the time of opening and closing and we cannot be held responsible if poor weather means the pool is opened later, or is closed earlier in the season.
Upon arrival at your accommodation, we kindly ask you to acquaint yourselves with the pool’s safety and hygiene rules. All our pools in Corsica and mainland France comply with French law and are fitted with one of the following forms of security: fence, alarm or cover. Please check the property details page for the specific security measure that applies to your selected property. Some pools are ‘infinity pools’ which have an exposed pool edge with an unprotected drop. This maximises views and is an attractive feature of the pool. We recommend that you do not sit, lean or walk on the unprotected edge. Children must be supervised at all times.
Pool heating is a service that can be provided on a weekly basis in select properties. The cost varies according to size of pool from £100 to £200 per week. As a general rule pool heating will only bring the pool temperature up by approximately 10 degrees higher than the night time temperature. As such in early or late season you may still consider the pool temperature to be too cold despite heating. We regret that should this be the case Simpson Travel, our local agents and owners cannot refund monies paid for this facility.
Whilst the owners or staff of some properties may live on site and tend to the grounds, they are aware that you value your privacy, and will do their best not to intrude. We do ask you, however, to allow them reasonable access to the property so that they can maintain the grounds and keep them in good order.
We offer a welcome pack in all our self-catering accommodation consisting of a small selection of staple items and local produce. This usually includes the following complimentary items: coffee, tea bags, milk, bottled water, fruit juice, bread, wine, local beer, pasta, pasta sauce, regional biscuits, savoury snacks, paté, washing powder, washing-up liquid, dishwasher tablets, washing-up sponge, salt and pepper, sugar, vegetable or olive oil, vinegar, mixed herbs and toilet paper.