We spent one and a half weeks in this appartement. Kitchen and bathroom are on a high standard and two of the three beds at o.k. to sleep in. The matress of the third was bad. We didn't need it because we were just four of us - two adults and two little children. The place is quiet and close to the railway. The style of the appartement is "vintage" - but at a very low level. Most of the furniture is better to be called rummage. And there starts the bad part of the story. Our 1,5 year old daughter had peeled off some of the extremely flawed faux leather cover from one of the armchairs in the lounge. The armchairs had been already in a very poor condition. We did inform the owner directly and send him a picture, offering compensation, though we knew that these armchairs had to be replaced anyway. He wrote back we shouldn't worry. - But we actually should have, because after our stay we were informed that the owner claimed the deposit. After a couple of messages from us he finally sent us a long list of what we had allegedly damaged (he pretended the armchair had been of genuine leather though it wasn't) He claimed 150£ though the actual damage was a vinyl tablecloth which our daughter had drew on with a pen and the armrest of the shabby faux leather armchair. All the rest was later withdrawn by himself when we challenged his allegations. Nevertheless we paid almost 80 £ to solve the issue in the end. I regret not having taken pictures of everything in the beginning of our stay. But worse than the loss of money is the loss if trust and the hassle after having good time with your family.
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