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Standard Terms and Conditions ofTemporary Holiday Accommodation

Note: Variances can be agreed on butonly by arrangement with the ownerinwriting.

Deposit of 50% is required to securethe booking. Payment of therental deposit constitutes the clientsacceptance of these Terms andConditions.

Cancellation if caused by the client, oneday’s rental is not refundable unless theroom is re-let for the entire period. If arefund is made due to the property beingrelet then a $25 cancellation fee willapply.

The owners will make every effort toensure the property is available asbooked. However the owners reserve theright to make alterations to bookings dueto unforeseen circumstances.

Check in time is after 2pm.

Checkouttime is 10am unless otherwise agreed.

To maintain a good standard for ourguests we require certain conditions tobe complied with. We appreciate mostwill respect our property but theoccasional abuse requires that we statethe following conditions.

Number of Guests should not exceedtwo or as agreed in writingor email.

Parties and Functions are strictlyprohibited.

Damage, Breakages, Theft and Lossare the tenants responsibility during theirstay.

Departure - the property should be leftin a similar state to its condition onarrival.

Disturbance to our neighbours,including excessive noise, is prohibitedand may result in termination of rental.

Linen will be supplied by the owner.

Pets are not allowed unless specificarrangements have been made in writingwith the owner.

Loss - the owners take no responsibilityfor the tenant’s personal property.

Variations to these conditions may onlybe made by prior arrangements with theowner in writing.


Your Hosts

Our common interest in good food, healthy sustainable living and a love of the Southern Highlands has inspired us to open our accommodation in the area.

We try to live simply on our half acre. We maintain a closed loop nutrient system where food scraps from the garden are fed to our flock of chickens, whose waste in turn we process into compost, which then is returned to the garden. We freeze and bottle fruits and vegetables from our orchard and garden that we utilise for our personal meals along with chicken and eggs from our poultry flock.

Miles - having studied Permaculture and obtaining a Masters Degree in Applied Science - has farmed cattle as well as crops, selling certified organic produce. He was manager of the Resource Recovery Centre for the Wingecarribee Shire Council for almost 17 years, then worked with e-waste in Wollongong and is now working as a consultant on various environmental projects.

Miles has spent most of his life in the Southern Highlands, boasting a wealth of local knowledge and also having a passion for the natural environment. We would like you to appreciate the beauty of the area as much as we do and are happy to share this with you.

Michelle - as well as sharing Miles' passion for the environment and permaculture - has a strong interest in art, and reuse. She is happy to discuss her craft work should you have an interest. She is also really into her ‘chooks’ and is happy to "talk chickens" with guests, as well as share their fresh eggs for your breakfast.


Alfie

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Alfie is our newest family member.

We adopted him from a rescue in February 2015.

Alfie is quarter Jack Russell and three quarters Westie but looks more like a Scotty!

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He’s an adorabe fellow and he and Audrey are now best mates.


Geordie

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Geordie is our oldest family pet being born in January 2000.

We adopted him as a kitten and he roams the property periodically.

He’s a friendly boy and loves to hang out with us in the garden.







Michelle Paris JULY 2015