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Check-in and Check-out times
The standard international practice is to let rooms from midday to midday. However times do vary. Check-in times are usually between 2pm and 3pm, check-out times between 11am and 12 noon on the day of departure. Therefore, if you check-in immediately after a night flight this would normally count as one night's accommodation. Similarly if your return flight is at night you will normally be required to vacate your room at 12 noon prior to leaving for the airport. Day rooms are subject to availability/cost and should be arranged locally with the accommodation management.
We accept payment by credit card and debit card - direct payments to us by VISA and Mastercard credit card's will incur a charge of 2.5% and 3% for American Express of the total value of your Holiday All debit cards do not occur any addtional charges,
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The EU publishes a list of airlines that are subject to an operating ban within the European Community. Please go to www.europa.eu and search on banned airlines
Health and Vaccination Requirements
You need to be aware of compulsory vaccinations and other health requirements for the destinations to which you’re travelling and you should seek advice on recommended vaccinations and other precautions from a health professional – either a GP, a practice nurse, a pharmacist or a travel health clinic - ideally at least eight weeks before departure. Further travel health advice can be found on www.fitfortravel.scot.nhs.uk and www.nathnac.org and information on how to get medical treatment abroad, and how to get reduced-cost and sometimes free medical treatment in Europe, can be found in the NHS leaflet Health Advice for Travellers.
Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) Advice
The FCO provides advice about most destinations around the world. Much of this advice is of a general nature to help travellers avoid problems; some of it is very specific. You should make sure that you visit www.fco.gov.uk/travel for information and guidance.
Bringing Food Products into the UK
Please be aware there are rules on bringing products of animal origin into the EU from outside. There are strict rules about bringing food products back, even for personal use, so you need to know about these before you travel.
If you are travelling within the EU, you may bring back any food products as long as they're free from diseases and are for your own consumption. But if you’re going outside the EU, many animal products are banned from being brought back into this country.
A leaflet produced by the UK Border Agency explains the rules in detail; to obtain this go to www.hmrc.gov.uk and fill in 04/MCD/012 in the search box (this is the leaflet's code). Then click on Bringing food products into the UK and you can download the leaflet from the page that follows.
There's also some useful information and a quick food checker that you can use if you go to www.direct.gov.uk/dontbringmeback
Items Prohibited in Hold Luggage
There are a number of items such as explosives and flammable products that you cannot take with you when you travel. The list includes lighter fluid and party poppers. To see the list of items prohibited in hold luggage, as well as some useful information on items not to be taken in hand luggage, go to www.direct.gov.uk and search on dangerous items and you’ll be able to click on the page Dangerous and restricted items: what you cannot take on board an aircraft.
Clients Travelling with More Than 10,000 Euros in Cash
Clients who are arriving in the UK from outside the EU, or are leaving the UK to travel directly to a country outside the EU, must declare any cash of 10,000 euros or more (or its equivalent in other currencies) to customs officers. Further information can be found at www.hmrc.gov.uk. Search on declaring cash.
For information on what you can bring home without paying UK duty or VAT, go to the UK Border Agency's website at www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk. Search on customs allowances and look for the page “What can I bring into the United Kingdom?”
Travelling with Pets
Rules on taking pets out of and back into the country can be found on the website of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs at www.defra.gov.uk/wildlife-pets/pets/travel/index.htm. Pet dogs, cats and ferrets don’t need to go into quarantine as long as the requirements of the pets travel scheme have been followed, such as having the pet micro-chipped.