The entrepreneur: Camping Domein Groot Besselink
The holiday maker: the person who has entered into an agreement with the entrepreneur regarding a camping pitch or accommodation for a definite period of time. The co-holidaymakers are the other persons indicated on the agreement.
Third: any other person, not being the holiday maker and or co-holiday makers.
Place: a place for camping equipment on our campsite which has been agreed between the holiday maker and the entrepreneur.
Accommodation: Studio, villa or holiday home.
Camping equipment: tent, caravan, camper, folding trailer, etc.
The agreement: the agreement between the holiday maker and the entrepreneur regarding the right to use a place or accommodation for a previously agreed fee and period.
Information: written or electronic data about the use of the place or accommodation, the camping equipment, the facilities and the rules of camping with us.
Cancellation: written cancellation of the agreement by the holiday maker before the commencement date of the stay.
House rules: the written regulations with the rules for the use of the site and the facilities.
Article 2: Duration of the agreement
The agreement will expire by operation of law after the expiry of the agreed period, without any notice being required.
Article 3: Price and price changes
The price is agreed on the basis of the price list determined by the entrepreneur. If, after the price list has been determined, additional costs arise due to an increase in government burdens, these additional costs can be passed on to the holiday maker, even after the agreement has been concluded (for example: VAT, tourist tax or environmental levy.)
Article 4: Payment
- The holiday maker must make the payment in euros.
- If a booking has been made more than six weeks before the arrival date and the holiday maker, despite prior written notice, does not or not properly fulfill his payment obligation within a period of two weeks after the written notice, the entrepreneur has the right to cancel the agreement with immediate effect, without prejudice to the entrepreneur’s right to full payment of the agreed price.
- If a booking has been made six weeks or less before the arrival date and the holiday maker has not timely or not properly fulfilled his payment obligation, the agreement is terminated by operation of law, whereby the holiday maker owes a fee to the entrepreneur in accordance with Article 6 paragraph 1.
- If the entrepreneur is not in possession of the total amount due on the day of arrival, the holiday maker undertakes to pay the agreed amount in full before taking the place or accommodation, otherwise the entrepreneur is entitled to give the holiday maker access to the site, without prejudice to the entrepreneur’s right to full payment of the agreed price.
- If the holiday maker wishes to extend the agreement, the holiday maker will have paid the entrepreneur before the extension starts.
- The extrajudicial costs reasonably incurred by the entrepreneur, after notice of default, will be borne by the holiday maker. If the total amount is not paid on time, an interest rate of 5% per month will be charged on the outstanding amount after written summons.
Article 5: Arrival and departure
- The holiday maker is obliged to provide the entrepreneur with a valid proof of identity for inspection of himself, his fellow holiday maker and the third party when asked. The entrepreneur has the right to make a copy of the proof of identity and to keep it in his administration.
- Upon arrival at the domain, from 3 pm on the first day of the agreement, the holiday maker, the co-holiday maker and the third party must report to the reception. This obligation also applies when leaving the domain before 11 am on the last day of the agreement, unless the holiday maker, co-holiday maker or third party intends to return to the domain the same day.
- If the arrival takes place outside the opening hours of the reception, the arrival must be reported on the next day that the reception is open. If the departure takes place outside the opening hours of the reception, the departure must be announced on the day prior to the departure day that the reception is open.
- The opening hours of the reception are determined by the entrepreneur and announced in an adequate manner.
- The entrepreneur may grant holidaymakers with a permanent place an exemption from the obligation under Articles 5.2 and 5.3.
- The camping spot or accommodation is designated by the entrepreneur. Due to circumstances, the entrepreneur can deviate from a reserved spot and designate a different place. In that case, the Holidaymaker is not entitled to a refund or discount of the payment.
Article 6: Late arrival and early departure
The holiday maker owes the full price for the agreement for the entire agreed period. This also applies in bad weather, personal circumstances or illness of the holiday maker or close family members.
Article 7: Cancellation
- In case of cancellation of the agreement, the holiday maker pays a fee to the entrepreneur, which amounts to:
- in case of cancellation within 2 to 1 months before the commencement date, 50% of the agreed price.
- upon cancellation within 1 month before the commencement date and on the day of the commencement date, 100% of the agreed price.
- In case of cancellation, the holiday maker will be charged at least 15 euros in administration costs.
If the place is reserved and paid for by a third party through the intermediary of the holiday maker for the same period, only the administration costs will be charged.
Article 8: Use by third parties
Use by third parties of a camping equipment and/or associated place or accommodation is only permitted if the entrepreneur has given written permission for this. Conditions may be imposed on the consent given, which must then be recorded in writing in advance.
Article 9: Premature termination of the agreement by the entrepreneur and eviction
The entrepreneur can terminate the agreement with immediate effect: – if the holiday maker, co-holidaymaker (s) and/or third parties does not or not properly comply with the obligations under the agreement, the house rules and/or government regulations, despite prior verbal and/or written warning. or compliance and to such an extent that, according to the standards of reasonableness and fairness, the entrepreneur cannot be expected to continue the agreement. – if the holiday maker, co-holiday maker (s), despite prior verbal and/or written warning, causes nuisance to the entrepreneur and/or the other holiday makers, or spoils the good atmosphere on or in the immediate vicinity of the domain. – if the holiday maker, despite prior verbal and/or written warning, acts contrary to the purpose of the site through the use of the place and/or his camping equipment. – if the camping equipment does not meet the generally recognized safety standards. – Theft, vandalism, aggression, drug use, offensive expressions of race, nature or religion are among other reasons for immediate removal from the domain.
If the entrepreneur wishes to terminate and evacuate in the meantime, he must notify the holiday maker of this in a personally submitted letter. In urgent cases, the letter can be omitted and a personal verbal notification will suffice. After cancellation, the holiday maker must ensure that his place or accommodation and/or camping equipment is vacated and that the site is vacated as soon as possible, no later than within 4 hours. If the holiday maker fails to vacate his place, the entrepreneur is entitled to vacate the place in accordance with Article 11.2. In principle, the holiday maker is not entitled to a refund of payment due to the premature termination of the agreement.
Article 10: Evacuation
If the agreement has been terminated, the holiday maker must, no later than 11 a.m. on the last day of the agreed period, deliver the place empty and completely tidy. The accommodation must be left tidy and broom clean; in case of default, the deposit will be (partly) withheld.
In the event of damage and destruction of the accommodations, all costs are for the account of the holiday maker.
If the holiday maker does not remove or leave his camping equipment or accommodation, the entrepreneur is entitled, after a summons and with due observance of a period of 24 hours starting on the day of receipt, to have the site or accommodation cleared at the expense of the holiday maker.
The costs of dismantling or clearing and any storage costs and/or dumping costs, insofar as reasonable, are for the account of the holiday maker.
Article 11: Laws and regulations
The holiday maker ensures at all times that the camping equipment placed by him, both internally and externally, complies with all environmental and safety requirements imposed by the government or by the entrepreneur in the context of environmental measures for his company. ). LPG installations are only permitted if they are located in motor vehicles approved by the National Road Transport Agency.
Article 12: Maintenance and construction
- The entrepreneur is obliged to keep the site and the central facilities in a good state of maintenance.
- The holiday maker is obliged to keep the camping equipment or accommodation placed by him (and the associated place) in the same state of maintenance.
- The holiday maker, fellow holiday makers and/or third parties are not permitted to dig, cut down trees, prune shrubs, place antennas, install fences and gates, or constructions or other facilities of any kind on the site, to place on, under or around the camping equipment without the prior written consent of the entrepreneur.
- The holiday maker remains responsible at all times for keeping a camping equipment movable.
Article 13: Liability
- The entrepreneur is not liable for an accident, theft or damage on his site, unless this is the result of a shortcoming attributable to the entrepreneur.
- The entrepreneur is not liable for the consequences of extreme weather conditions or other forms of force majeure.
- The entrepreneur is liable for disruptions in his part of the utilities, unless he can rely on force majeure or if these disruptions are related to the management from the takeover point of the holiday maker.
- The holiday maker is liable for disruptions in the part of the utilities, calculated from the takeover point, unless there is a case of force majeure.
- The holiday maker is liable towards the entrepreneur for damage caused by the actions or omissions of himself, the co-holiday maker (s) and/or third parties, insofar as it concerns damage to the holiday maker, the co-holiday maker (s) and/or third parties can be attributed.
Article 14: Complaints
- A complaint from a holiday maker is always submitted to the entrepreneur in writing. Submitting a complaint has no suspensive effect whatsoever with regard to the payment by the holiday maker.
- The entrepreneur will assess your complaint and deal with it in all reasonableness and fairness. If the holiday maker is not satisfied with this, then Dutch law applies.
Almen, January 2020