Terms And Condition
Terms And Condition
If you are planning to stay in a homestay, it is essential to follow the terms and conditions set by the homestay provider. These terms and conditions are in place to ensure that both the guests and the host have a pleasant experience.
The essential condition to follow is to respect the host’s property and belongings. It includes not damaging any furniture or fixtures or taking any of the host’s belongings without permission. Guests should also be mindful of noise levels, especially at night, and should not disturb the neighbourhood’s peace.
These rules are in place for the safety and comfort of all guests and should follow at all times. Rules may include things such as no smoking or no pets allowed.
By following the terms and conditions we set, everyone can ensure a pleasant experience.
Check-in and check-out times Policy
If you’re arriving at your homestay by car, it’s worth checking with the host about parking. Some homestays have off-street parking, while others may have street parking only.
When packing for your homestay, remember to pack any essentials you might need for your stays, such as toiletries and a change of clothes. And if you’re planning on cooking during your stay, bring all the supplies you need, including food and cooking utensils.
Whatever the payment policy of your homestay host, be sure to ask about it before you book. It will help you avoid any surprises during your trip.
Knowing your homestay’s cancellation policy is essential before you book.
Most homestays have a strict cancellation policy, so it is essential to read it carefully before booking.
If you need to cancel your booking, you will usually have to do so at least 14 days before the arrival date. If you cancel within 14 days of the arrival date, you will usually forfeit the entire cost of the stay.
We also offer a refund if you cancel more than 14 days before the arrival date, but this is not always the case. Therefore, it is always best to contact us directly to ask about their cancellation policy before you book.
What Information do we collect?
When you use our platform, we may collect the following Information about you:
- Contact Information. We may collect your name, email address, mailing address, phone number or other contact information.
- Payment Information. If you book a homestay through our platform, we will collect your payment information, including your credit or debit card number, card expiry date, CVV code and billing address.
- Identification Information. We may collect your date of birth, government-issued ID number or other Information to verify your identity.
- Travel Information. We may collect information about your travel, including your travel dates, itinerary, travel companions and special requests.
- Other Information. We may also collect other Information you choose to provide, such as your preferences and interests.
How do we protect your Information?
How long do we keep your Information?
How can you access, update or delete your Information?
Respect your host’s home. It includes keeping your space clean and tidy and considering noise levels, especially at night.
Be respectful of your host’s culture and traditions. If you’re not sure about something, ask.
Be flexible. Things may not always go according to plan, but try to follow the flow and be flexible.
Have fun! Homestays are a great way to travel and learn about new cultures. Enjoy your experience!
- Damage to the property is the responsibility of the guest. It includes any damage caused by negligence or recklessness.
- Any intentional damage to the property will result in the guest asking to leave immediately and may be subject to legal action.
- Guests expect to take care of the property and leave it in the same condition as when they arrived. It includes:
- Not smoking indoors.
- Not causing any damage to furniture or fixtures.
- Not leaving any food or garbage behind.
4. If any damage does occur, the guest is responsible for fixing it or paying for the repairs.
5. The homestay owner has the right to enter the property at any time to inspect it, and Guests expect to allow them to do so.
By following these simple rules, you can ensure that your stay in a homestay is enjoyable and trouble-free.