Please contact [email protected] if you have any queries or worries about your booking, you will be replied to within 24 hours. Our office hours are 9 to 5pm GMT Mon to Fri and we are fully operational, so please do not hesitate to call us. We are here to help!

We are trying to be as flexible as possible with existing bookings. To find out about our updated flexible options please read our terms and conditions.


Change Over

The health and safety of our guests and local hosts is our number one priority.We would like to ensure all our guests that we are preparing your stay with the utmost precaution. Our homes are deep cleaned to our usual high standards and Managers use use protective gloves and masks whilst doing this. As an extra precaution we ask you to help fight the potential spread of Covid 19. We will provide linen bags so you can place your used linen in at the end of your stay and we provide cleaning disinfectant for your use and safekeeping throughout your stay with us. Thank you!

Linen, towels and bedding

Linen and towels are washed by our professional cleaning facility at a high temperature which kills bacteria. We have advised that bedroom soft furnishings used to decorate the bed such as throws and pillows to be stored away wherever possible as these cannot be washed in-between each guest. It is your discretion if you wish to use them.

Meet and Greets

Nice and Ibiza

Our meet and greets are our pride and joy, so we will still be offering this in Nice. The local manager will be wearing the correct PPE for yours and their safety.

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the team on [email protected]

Dingle –

In Dingle we will be offering guest a contactless free check in.

Please contact [email protected] for more information.

An overview of the most recent government announcement in France - June 2021

1) Outdoor terraces, which were allowed to open with restrictions last month, will now be able to operate at full capacity.

2) The curfew will come to an end on Sunday 27th June

3) Visitors from the EU and a number of other countries - including Australia, Israel, Lebanon and South Korea - can now visit France from without a PCR test, as long as they have completed the full course of an EU-approved vaccine (Pfizer/BioNTech, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson).

4)Fully vaccinated people from other areas, including the UK and the US, will still have to provide a negative test, but will no longer have to provide a compelling reason for travel. UK visitors have to quarantine on their return home. The rules will remain in place until the EU's green pass comes into effect in early July.

5) You will no longer be required to wear a mask outdoors




The French  community cannot wait to welcome holiday makers back to the French Riviera. So many businesses are dependent on your custom and welcome the buzz and liveliness holidaymakers bring. However, everyone is nervous about the Covid 19 pandemic and so much effort has been made to isolate for so long that releasing lock down will naturally bring a fear and nervousness about people arriving from outside the region. So, as much as your business is wanted and appreciated we ask you to read our advice on social distancing in the area. Before you go into a shop or pick up a takeaway check the social distance rules the locals are using. Lets work together to ensure the release of lockdown is treated with caution so holidaymakers and locals can ensure a harmonious summer season!