When you pay us money, it is protected by the International Passenger Protection (IPP) scheme
IPP is an insurance scheme backed by the world’s biggest insurers which specialises in financial protection within the travel industry.
If we go bust you will get your money back.
We are not planning to go bust and only companies that manage their finances well can join IPP (which in turn keeps the premiums low). The short answer is, we are legally bound to protect our customers money.
As we sell and organise our own holidays, we are a tour operator. This means, we are covered by the European Package Travel Regulations which requires us to protect our customers monies against our own insolvency.
Yes! But the law is not enforced very well and there are unscrupulous companies who ignore their obligations. If you are considering buying a holiday make sure your money will be protected and don’t be fobbed off with “we have a separate client/trust account” – this is best practice but doesn’t guarantee your money is protected.
Emma, 5* review, 2016
Acacia cottages were fantastic all round. They gave information and offered advice on what was available and suggested lots of different ideas for the hen weekend. They were always available to answer any questions and very flexible.
For more information on IPP please click on the logo below which will open their website in a new window: