Terms & conditions Våmåbadets Camping
Article 1: Definitions
1. The Proprietor: Våmåbadets Camping.
2. The recreational user: the person entering into an agreement with the proprietor for a fixed period of time regarding a pitch. The co-recreational users are the other persons stated in the agreement.
3. Third Party: every person other than the recreational user and/or co-recreational users.
4. Pitch: a lot suitable for use of camping equipment on the Våmåbadets camping site, as agreed between the recreational user and the proprietor.
5. Camping equipment: tent, caravan, camper, folding trailer, etc.
6. The agreement: the arrangement between the recreational user and the proprietor regarding the right to use a pitch at a fee and period agreed in advance.
7. Information: written or electronic data regarding the use of the pitch, the camping equipment, the facilities and the regulations of the Våmåbadets camping site.
8. Cancellation: written notice of termination of the agreement by the recreational user prior to the commencement date of the stay.
9. Camping site regulations: the written regulations stipulating the internal rules on the use of the site and the facilities.
Article 2: Term of the agreement
1. The agreement terminates after expiry of the agreed period, without a notice of termination being required.
Article 3: Prices and price changes
1. The price is agreed on the basis of the price list set by the proprietor.
2. If due to a government-imposed increase in the tax and premium burden, additional costs are incurred after the price list has been set, these additional costs can be charged on to the recreational user, also after the agreement has been concluded (examples thereof include a rise in VAT).
Article 4: Additional charges
1. Bed linen: When renting a stuga, a bed linen package in required. You can take one by yourself or rent one for SEK 85 per person.
2. Final cleaning: When renting a stuga, you can choose to do the final cleaning yourself or have it carried out by Våmåbadets camping. If you choose to have the final cleaning carried out by Våmåbadets camping, you will be charged SEK 200 per booking of a 2-person stuga and SEK 250 per booking of a 3- or 4-person stuga. The quality of your cleaning will be checked before leaving. If, in the opinion of a staff member of Våmåbadets camping site, your cleaning is deemed unsatisfactory, you will be given the option to correct this yourself or to have us do this. In the latter case, you will be charged the final cleaning costs set out above.
3. You need a card to use the showers, the washing- and drying machine. When you lose this card, you pay SEK 150.
Article 5: Reservations
1. Reservations can be made both by telephone and online.
2. After we have received your reservation, we will send you a booking confirmation or invoice.
3. Your booking is legally binding when you have received a reservation confirmation from us, which you will receive after payment of the first instalment. See articles 6 and 8 of these general terms and conditions regarding changes and cancellations
Article 6: Payment
1. The recreational user must make the payment in Swedish crowns, with due observance of the agreed payment term.
2. When booking a camping pitch or stuga, at least 30% must be paid within 14 days, the remaining amount can be paid on arrival or departure at the campsite.
3. If the booking is made less than 4 weeks prior to the commencement date, payment must be effected in a single installment, at the time of making the reservation.
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Article 7: Arrival and departure
1. The recreational user is obliged to provide the proprietor with a valid proof of identity for inspection by himself, his fellow co-recreational user and the third party when asked. The proprietor has the right to make a copy of the proof of identity and to keep it in his administration.
2. On arrival at the camping site, from 14:00 on the first day of the agreement, the recreational user, the co-recreational user and the third party must report to the reception. This obligation also applies when you leave the camping site before 12:00 noon on the last day of the agreement, unless the recreational user, co-recreational user or third party intends to return to the campsite on the same day.
3. If the arrival takes place outside the opening hours of the reception, the arrival must be reported on the next day 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 on which the reception is open.
4. The opening hours of the reception are determined by the proprietor and announced adequately.
5. The proprietor can grant an exemption to recreational users with a permanent place from the obligation under Articles 7.2 and 7.3.
Article 8: Cancellation
1. In the event of cancellation, the recreational user owes the proprietor compensation.
When canceling a camping pitch or stuga:
– 15% of the agreed price, in the event of cancellation of more than 2 months prior to the commencement date; • 30% of the agreed price, in the event of cancellation within 2 months prior to the commencement date.
2.When the booking is made within 28 days before arrival and the complete amount has already paid, the following rules apply:
– 50% of the agreed price, in the event of cancellation within 1 month prior to the commencement date.
– 100% of the agreed price, in the event of cancellation within 2 weeks prior to the commencement date.
Article 9: Use by third parties
1. Use of camping equipment and/or corresponding pitch by a third party is subject to approval from the proprietor.
Article 10: Late arrival and early departure
1. The recreational user owes the full amount as agreed for the full period.
Article 11: Early termination of the agreement by the proprietor and eviction
1. The proprietor will be entitled to terminate the agreement with immediate effect: • if the recreational user, co-recreational user(s) and/or third parties, despite prior verbal and/or written warning, fail to comply with the agreement, the camping site regulations and/or government regulations, or fail to do so properly, to the extent that, according to the standards of reasonableness and fairness, the proprietor cannot be expected to continue the agreement; • if the recreational user, co-recreational user(s), despite prior verbal and/or written warning, cause a nuisance to the proprietor and/or other recreational users, or otherwise ruin the positive atmosphere on or within the direct vicinity of the camping site. • if the recreational user, despite prior verbal and/or written warning, uses the pitch and/or his camping equipment contrary to the designated use of the site; • if the camping equipment fails to meet generally accepted safety standards; • theft, vandalism, aggression, use of drugs and offensive use of language regarding race, culture or religion are some of the reasons that qualify for instant removal from the camping site.
2. If the proprietor requires interim termination and eviction, he must notify the recreational user thereof by means of a letter handed over in person. In severe cases, a letter will not be required and a personal, verbal notice suffices.
3. After having been served with a notice of termination, the recreational user must ensure that the pitch and/or camping equipment are cleared and that the site is left as soon as possible, yet within 4 hours.
4. If the recreational user fails to vacate his pitch, the proprietor will be entitled to vacate the pitch in accordance with article 12.2.
5. In principle, the recreational user is not entitled to a refund in the event of interim termination of the agreement.
Article 12: Clearance
1. Once the agreement has ended, the recreational user must vacate the pitch, leaving it cleared and empty, no later than 12.00 noon on the final day of the agreed period.
2. If the recreational user does not remove his camping equipment, the proprietor will be entitled to arrange for the pitch to be cleared at the expense of the recreational user, subject to a written demand and with due observance of a period of 7 days from the day of receipt thereof. The costs of these 7 days, the disassembly costs and any storage and/or removal costs, insofar as reasonable, will be at the expense of the recreational user.
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Article 13: Legislation
1. The recreational user must at all times ensure that the camping equipment erected by him meets all environmental and safety requirements imposed by the government, both internally and externally, or which are (or can be) attached by the proprietor to the camping equipment within the framework of environmental measures for his company.
2. LPG systems are only permitted if they are installed in motorised vehicles which have been approved by the designated government body.
Article 14: Maintenance and installation
1. The proprietor is obliged to keep the recreational site and the central facilities in a proper state of repair.
2. The recreational user is obliged to keep the camping equipment and corresponding pitch in the same state of repair.
. The recreational user, co-recreational users and/or third parties are not permitted to excavate the site, cut trees or bushes and erect antennas, fencing or other provisions, of whichever nature, at, on, underneath or around the camping equipment, without the prior approval from the proprietor.
4. The recreational user at all times remains responsible for keeping the camping equipment mobile.
Article 15: Liability
1. The proprietor cannot be held liable for any accidents, theft or damage within his site, unless this is due to a failure in the performance attributable to the proprietor.
2. The proprietor cannot be held liable for the consequences of extreme weather influences or other forms of force majeure.
3. The proprietor can be held liable for breakdowns in his part of the mains services, unless he can claim force majeure or if these breakdowns are in the connection beyond the recreational user’s takeover point.
4. The recreational user is liable for breakdowns in the mains services beyond the takeover point, unless in the event of force majeure.
5. The recreational user is liable towards to the proprietor for damage caused by acts or omissions of himself, the co-recreational user(s) and/or third parties, insofar as this concerns damage that can be attributed to the recreational user, the co-recreational users(s) and/or third parties.
6. The proprietor undertakes to take appropriate measures in the event of nuisance caused by other recreational users, subject to the recreational user reporting this nuisance.
Article 16: Insurance
1. You must take care of a good travel and cancellation insurance yourself.
Article 17: Complaints
1. A complaint from the recreational user must always be submitted to the proprietor in writing.
2. Submitting a complaint does not in any way suspend the recreational user’s obligation to pay.
3. The proprietor will assess the complaint and handle it in all reasonableness and fairness. If the recreational user does not agree, Swedish law applies instead.
Artikel 18: Privacy
1. In order to process a reservation, the proprietor needs to record some personal data. This involves, name and address details, nationality and date of birth. These data are stored in a properly secured database and can be used by the proprietor for internal marketing purposes. Personal data will not be disclosed to third parties.
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