How do I book my holiday?
Website: From the home page of this website, use the ‘Search for your perfect property’ section to filter the available properties. The results will be displayed once you have clicked the ‘Book & Pay Online’ tab. Once you have chosen a suitable property simply follow the instructions to pay for your holiday.
Brochure: If you have a copy of our brochure, select a suitable property and return the booking form to us along with your deposit and booking fee.
Telephone: Alternatively, telephone our booking hotline to check the availability of your chosen property. Bookings may be taken from 08:30 to 17:00 Monday to Friday and 09:00 to 16:00 Saturdays. Telephone bookings are held for five working days. Confirm your bookings by posting the Booking Form, deposit payment and booking fee to us.
The deposit payable is 25% of the booking and accepted as part payment of the total cost. This deposit is not refundable for any reason other than a cancellation caused by the action of the Owner.
In addition a £15.00 booking fee is payable to cover the administration and processing of each booking.
How do I pay for my holiday?
By following the booking steps on the website you will be directed to the payment screen where you will be able to securely pay for your holiday.
If you are paying by cheques please make them payable to “Keys Holidays” Please see contact details.
It is also possible to pay for your holiday over the telephone by calling our booking hotline. Please see contact details.
If you wished to make a direct bank transfer our details are:
Barclays Business Centre
Account No. 73949346
Sort Code 20-62-53
Are there any "tips" for selecting my holiday property?
Prices are per property and not per person.
All properties clearly state their price band and the maximum occupancy, which cannot be exceeded.
Think about what you want from your holiday and be realistic in your expectations.
Some properties located within the most popular areas of Sheringham and Cromer (i.e. near the town centres and the sea front) can become busy, especially during the peak season. A property described as a cottage will sometimes indicate a home with low ceilings and/or a steep staircase. If you think these points may be a problem, please telephone us.
Our brochure descriptions tell you if something is provided and/or included at the holiday property. If something you are looking for is not mentioned in the brochure description, then it is not featured at that particular property.
Are pets welcome?
Some of our holiday properties cater for pets.
Each description will state whether or not pets are allowed.
If they are allowed, please do not leave them unattended in the property or allow them on beds or furniture. All traces of your pet must be removed from both inside and outside the property before final departure. (See item 11 Terms & Conditions).
Is linen provided?
Duvets and pillows are provided at all of our properties with most supplying the linen (please read the information on each property). If neither are supplied please remember to bring your own: Bed sheets, pillowcases, duvet covers and/or towels.
Any extra charges for Gas and/or Electricity?
Any extra charges will be clearly indicated within the description. Should you require use of the central heating during your stay please indicate this at point of booking. The charge will be added onto your deposit receipt for payment with your balance. Please note where central heating is available at a property this may be set by an electric timer.
Will a cot and/or high chair be available in the property?
When travelling with young children, we understand how many things children need and that packing is never easy! - Some properties do supply cots and or high chairs (please bring your own cot bedding). Please view our website details to see if your chosen property does supply these before booking.
Wi-Fi and Mobile reception
Where Wi-Fi is an advertised facility, please note that its provision is subject to availability and network conditions. It may not be available 24-hours a day and is provided for pleasure, not for business purposes. Please note that Keys Holidays and the property owner cannot be held responsible inappropriate content download or for disruption to the internet service brought about for reasons beyond their control. Please note that Wi-Fi, if provided, is only for occasional, light usage and we cannot guarantee that it will be enough to stream movies, play games or watch TV etc. Network coverage in Norfolk can be variable and, in some places, non-existent. Please check www.mobilecoverage.net to check your mobile reception in specific areas.
What if I need to make any changes to my booking?
If it is possible to accommodate your changes before you have paid the deposit, we will be happy to help. However, once your booking has been confirmed, the hirer is responsible for the total advertised price and extras.
What if Keys Holidays need to change my booking?
We try very hard not to change your holiday once a booking has been accepted. However, we do not own the properties featured in our brochure and therefore have no ultimate control over decisions made by the owner during the letting season.
What if I have to cancel my holiday?
It is highly recommended that the hirer is covered by their own personal holiday insurance.
Once your booking has been confirmed you, are liable for the full balance of the holiday. Should you need to cancel your booking you must notify the office immediately by telephone and also in writing.
Should you need to cancel the booking and have only paid the deposit and booking fee, Keys Holidays will try to re-let the property. If Keys Holidays are successful, you will have your deposit refunded minus the booking fee.
If Keys Holidays are unable to re-let the property then the balance of the booking will still be due.
When do I pay the balance of my holiday?
Payment is due six weeks before the commencement of the holiday and your deposit receipt will show the date the balance is due. Holidays booked within six weeks of the commencement date must be paid in full. "Instant" bookings (i.e. Holidays booked on the day of arrival) must be paid for in cash or by credit/debit card.
What time can I arrive to collect my keys?
Keys will be available for collection from our office between 14:00 and 16:00 on the day of arrival of your holiday (if you require 2 sets please advise us on booking and we will do our best to ensure these are available). If your journey here is taking longer than expected and you think you are going to be later than 16:00, we respectfully request that you telephone us before 15:30. Keys must be returned to us by 10:00 on day of departure. The Sheringham Office will not remain open after the time stated above.
Who will help if I have a problem with my property?
In the unlikely event that you are not satisfied with the accommodation you have chosen, you must contact Keys Holidays immediately and we will attempt to resolve the problem. If, after that, the problem has not been resolved satisfactorily the hirer must put the complaint in writing to Keys Holidays within seven days of returning. If this procedure is not strictly observed no further correspondence will be entered into and no claim will be entertained arising from the complaint.
We genuinely want you to enjoy your holiday with us. Please remember, if you experience dissatisfaction on holiday and leave without telling us of your problems and giving us the opportunity to deal with your complaint, it is impossible to resolve anything once you have returned home.
Whilst every care has been taken in preparing the description of our properties, accuracy is not guaranteed and it does not constitute any part of an offer, agreement or contract. All statements contained in the literature regarding the various properties are made without responsibility on the part of Keys Holidays or the Landlords. Any error, omission or mis-statement in this Brochure shall not entitle a tenant to rescind or be discharged from any tenancy agreement, nor entitle a tenant to compensation or damages of any shape or form, nor in any circumstances give a tenant cause for action.