Terms and conditions

1. Apartments rents for day/ rate.

Check in from 15.00 and check out up to 11.00.All check in or check out between 21:00 and 07:00 are paid extra 150 PLN

2. Apartments is equipped by WI-FI:

3. Quiet hours  22.00 to 6.00 ;

– It’s not allowed to smoke excluding balcony;

– It’s not allowed to bring any pets to apartment.

4. There is not possible to get back your payment in case of shorter stay.

5. Owner of apartment is not charge of any loose of yours prosperity or personnel effects such as luggage, jewellery, mobile phones, laptops and so on.

6. All guest should account with total price on arrival (check in) including City tax;

– All guest should return all keys to Owner or person in charge once check out.

– It’s not allowed to leave key to unauthorized person or leave apartment alone;

– It’s not allowed to own electric unit such us heater, toaster and so on;

7. All guest are fully responsible for any kind damage happen during stay in apartment and in case they need to account fully with Owner before departure apartment.

8. Another person then officially check in can stay in apartment only once Owner agrees.

9. Entry code (outside gate): info on Arrival, entry code (main entrance): info on arrival.

10. SPA area such as jazzuzi and sauna are opened 08:00 – 22:00 are determinate by additional rules.

11.Children up 3 years and sleeping with parents or on own bed is free of charge(one per apartment).Other children shuld be paid as adult person.

12.Every guest need to inform owner or resident one day before departure  about estimated time od check -out.

13.Fireplace must be used only in presence of guest at apartment.

14.All guest need to wash all dishes , pots , cutlery before his check-out.

15.Some of decors in photos are not availble for our guest.

16.All guest need to pay deposit 500 PLN which will be paid upon check – out.

In case of any further question fell free to ask, please.

General Data Protection Regulation , GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is on everyone’s lips. Although the subject has been known for two years, word is now spreading throughout the vacation rental economy, particularly on blogs and medias. The main reason being the deadline on the 25-05-18. This date marks the end of the transition period and the beginning of important penalties. We should not panic as we want the transition to be stress free. In this post we explain briefly and simply what it means to vacation rental owners and what actions needs to be taken.

1.We only keep the data needed to process the booking. Like the name, contact details, billing address … These fall under the so-called earmarking, and it is not a problem. Only the principle of data minimization should be taken in consideration. However, an excessive data collection, brings limited value to the landlord anyway. It represents more work, causes mistrust from the guests and should therefore be prevented.Moreover, if you collect other data for different purposes, you need a separate consent. For example, a newsletter cannot be sent automatically if the guest didn’t agree explicitly.

2. In addition to the information at the beginning, if the permission was granted there is an explicit right to information afterwards. The guest may demand insight, processing, rectification or removal of data is not a problem as soon as the guest has left. The data required for tax return may, of course, be sorted and deleted after the legal retention of period.
In the situation of disclosure, it is somehow a little bit more complicated: according to the GDPR, a list of processing activities must exist on the spot. This should list all data processing actions. However, it can only be claimed by authorities. This shouldn’t happen too quickly and so frequently for small businesses. There are many free templates on the internet.

3. We ensure its physical safety. Keep tenants’ information in a locked cabinet or safe. This applies equally to paper copies, hard drives, USB sticks and anything else that carries personal data.

4.We ensure its digital safety. Password protect your mobile phones, computers and other devices. Be certain that your WiFi network is password protected and secure. Consider using a separate network for your business and home usage.