Rules & Regulations


ARTICLE 1 : GENERALITIES

 

The Parc Résidential de Loisirs du Domaine des Barons de la Chasse (“Parc du DBC”) is used by users in compliance with the provisions below which constitute the rules and regulations of the Domaine and are an integral part of the rental contract into which the user has entered.

This provisions are applicable to all residents and all persons authorised to enter the Parc du DBC. Each resident may freely use the “communal areas” provided that they respect their intended purpose and do not impede the rights of other residents.

The Management has full authority to enforce these rules and to accept or refuse access or entry to the Parc du DBC to any legal or natural person.

The Parc du DBC, its operator and the Parc du DBC insurance decline any responsibility in the event of an accident or damage resulting from non-compliance with these rules and regulations.

In the event that a resident disturbs other users’ stay or does not comply with the provisions these rules and regulations, the manager or their representative may request the resident causing the disturbance to cease so doing in writing or orally, should they deem it necessary.
In the event of a serious or repeated infringement of the rules and regulations and after have been requested by the manager to comply, the operator may terminate the contract. In the event of a criminal offence, the manager may call in the police.

All questions, observations and complaints concerning the Parc du DBC must be made exclusively in writing, dated, signed in a non-anonymous manner and addressed to the Management, which will study them to verify their validity and provide the most appropriate response.

Minors who are not accompanied by their parents will only be admitted with their parents’ written authorisation.

Pursuant to Article R. 611-35 of the Code of Entry and Residence of Foreigners and the Right of Asylum, the manager is required to have an individual police form completed and signed by foreign nationals upon arrival. This form must include:

1° Surname and first names;
2° Date and place of birth;
3° Nationality;
4° Usual home address.
Children under 15 years old can be listed on one of their parents’ forms.

These rules and regulations are displayed at the entrance to the residential leisure park and at reception. It is also given to all customers who request it.

For categorised leisure parks, the category is displayed with the number of pitches.

The prices of the various services are communicated to customers under the conditions determined by order of the minister in charge of consumption and can be consulted at the reception desk.

 

ARTICLE 2: CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION AND STAY

 

The Parc du DBC is a residential village dedicated exclusively to outdoor and leisure tourism for the use of recreational residences. Nobody can elect to live permanently at the park, and all residents and tourists must be able to provide evidence of a permanent address outside the park. Any professional activity, including liberal, sales, industrial or trade and artisan professionals of all kinds, is forbidden.
As the Parc du DBC is a residential leisure park, all residents must be able to provide proof of a fixed home address (with the exception of wardens); this proof can be requested by the prefectural services through the manager.

The Parc du DBC closes each year during December and January.

During this period, the remote control of the electric gate, the electrification of the gate and the plate reader and water and electricity services will be suspended.

Access to the Parc du DBC is subject to payment of rent and charges for residents and the price of the stay for tourists.

Outdoor accommodation and associated equipment must be installed on the pitch in compliance with the instructions provided by the manager or their representative.
Each Resident agrees not to interfere with the rights of the other residents, nor with the use of the building, since the occupation of each plot of land by each resident must be carried out by persons of good character and morals, so as not to interfere, directly or indirectly, with the good order or tranquillity of the Parc du DBC.

 

ARTICLE 3: INSURANCE

 

Each Resident must be adequately insured against fire and explosion, water damage, furniture and furnishings, as well as civil liability towards any third party and more generally rental risks with a company known to be solvent, and provide proof of this insurance and payment of premiums to the insurance provider or their representative annually, no later than January 31.

Non-residents must provide proof of civil liability insurance from a company known to be solvent

They will have to declare immediately to the insurance company and at the same time inform the landlord of any loss or damage occurring in the rented premises, under penalty of being held personally liable for failure to declare it in due time

Any person staying on the park will not be able to exercise any recourse against the manager in the event of theft, burglary or criminal act of which they could be victim in the rented premised or in the communal areas of the park.

Any person staying on the park will have to be able to provide, on request of the Management, a valid certificate of insurance listing their insurance cover.

A photocopy of the insurance certificate concerning this insurance cover is due each year following the renewal date of each resident’s insurance All insurance certificates must include the period of validity.

Any rainwater collection container is the responsibility of the owner and must be stated on the owner’s insurance.

 

ARTICLE 4 : SECURITY

 

Residents are reminded that they must respect the natural setting of the Park, and are not permitted vegetable gardens, artificial flowers, old vehicles and the dumping of refuse or building materials of any kind on pitches or in communal areas.

As the environment is particularly sensitive and there is a high risk of fire, everyone must be vigilant at all times.

All fires are prohibited on pitches and in communal areas. Open fires (wood, coal, etc.) are strictly forbidden. Camping stoves must be maintained in good condition and must not be used in dangerous conditions.
Smoking is forbidden in the communal areas (paths and play areas in the Parc du DBC and at the swimming pool).
No vehicle may park on the access roads or lanes at the Parc du DBC, this measure is intended to facilitate emergency vehicle access.

In the event of a fire, users must inform the Management immediately and operate a car alarm intermittently. Extinguishers should be used as required. An emergency first aid kit is available at reception.

An alarm siren system is installed at the Club House and can be actioned by smashing the glass intended for this purpose. A second alarm is located at reception and can be activated by the concierge.

In the event of a fire, it is recommended that all visitors assemble around the swimming pool area with towels, which they can then wet and use if required.

Using a vehicle to leave the site is forbidden due to the risk of traffic jams and accidents.

In the event of an accident, all users must immediately inform the Management.

The loan of equipment belonging to the Parc du DBC is not done for reasons of safety, maintenance and availability, with the exception of the trailer provided for this purpose, the use of which requires a prior request to the Management.

An emergency first aid kid is available in the Club House, as well as at the reception.

The telephone numbers of various emergency services are displayed on the Club House, as well as on the reception.

It is forbidden to cut down any trees without prior written agreement.

The Management is responsible for any objects left in the office and has a general obligation to oversee security at the Parc du DBC. The customer is responsible for their own installation and must inform the manager of the presence of any suspicious person. Customers are invited to take the usual precautions to protect their equipment.

No violent or disruptive game can be organised near the accommodation.
The meeting room may not be used for boisterous games.
Children must be kept under their parents’ supervision at all times.

Equipment that is not in use may only be left on the site with the management’s agreement and only in the specified area. There may be a charge for this service.

 

ARTICLE 5 : MAINTENANCE AND APPEARANCE OF FACILITIES

 

Everyone is requested to refrain from any action that may harm the cleanliness, hygiene and appearance of the park and its facilities, in particular sanitary facilities.

Throwing waste water on the ground or in the drains is forbidden.

Customers must empty waste water into the equipment intended for this purpose.

Domestic refuse, waste of all kinds, papers etc., must be disposed of in dustbins. Washing is not permitted outside the sinks intended for this purpose.

Any washing that needs to be hung out to dry must be hung in the communal drying area. It is, however, tolerated until 10 AM close to accommodation, provided that it is discreet and does not disturb the neighbours. It must never be hung from trees.

Plants and floral arrangements must be respected. It is forbidden to bang nails into trees, to cut branches or to plant any plants.

It is not permitted to mark out the limits of a pitch through personal means, or to dig in the ground.

Any repairs to damage to plants, fences, the grounds or the facilities at the park will be charged to the perpetrator.

The pitch which has been used during the stay must be maintained in the state in which the resident found it on arrival at the premises.

 

ARTICLE 6 : DRIVING AND PARKING OF VEHICLES

 

Visitors are reminded that only one light vehicle (minibus, camper vans, vans, HGVs and caravans are prohibited) is authorised per plot, but that a second vehicle will be tolerated for beneficiaries. Parking is strictly forbidden on the spaces usually occupied by the accommodation unless a parking space has been provided for this purpose. Parking must not hinder traffic flow or prevent new arrivals from settling in.

Only vehicles belonging to residents and customers staying on the site can be driven in the park. Guests’ vehicles must be parked in the car park at the entrance.

The speed limit for cars, motor bikes, bikes…, is strictly limited to 10 km / hour throughout the Parc du DBC.

Each resident is requested to limit the speed at which they drive their car due to the presence of pedestrians and children in the Parc du DBC.

The gate remote controls for park access are nominative and any fraudulent loan or use may be punished.

Vehicles cannot drive or park in play areas, swimming pool areas, kitchen areas, except for service vehicles.
It is forbidden to park or allow caravans, camper vans, lorries, trailers, broken down cars to park in the car park at the entrance.

 

ARTICLE 7 : BEHAVIOUR AND ATTITUDE

 

All residents are requested to not make any noise between 10 PM and 7 AM during the summer season out of respect for their neighbours. Customers are requested to avoid discussions or making any noise that may disturb their neighbours.
Sound devices must be adjusting accordingly. Car doors must be closed as quietly as possible.

In the same vein, it is recommended that visitors make as little noise as possible if arriving at the Parc du DBC late and to consider parking their car in the entrance car park if possible.
In addition, during the summer season, repairs and maintenance work on buildings and woodwork are only authorised between 9 AM and 12.30 PM and from 3.30 PM to 8 PM so that families can rest.

Any information displayed on the information boards intended for this purpose must be approved beforehand by the Management. Any unapproved displays are forbidden.

Any fact, gesture, word or attitude considered as an offence against morality, will expose its perpetrator to contractual sanctions that may go as far as the termination of their contract, subject to legal proceedings that may be initiated. Any person in a state of intoxication or causing a scandal of any kind detrimental to the serenity of the Parc du DBC may be immediately sanctioned.

Young children must not be left alone; parents must keep them under their supervision and ensure their safety throughout the Parc du DBC.

 

ARTICLE 8 : DAMAGE

 

Each user must refrain from causing damage.
Any person frequenting the communal buildings must comply with a few rules: it is forbidden to run, push, smoke, spit or to bring animals into the buildings.

In the event of damage and/or soiling, repairs to the premises/equipment will be charged to those responsible.

Everybody is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the sanitary areas and their long-term use. Mini bins are available in each WC for paper, cotton wool, sanitary towels and other waste. Under no circumstances must these items by disposed of by flushing them down the toilet.

It is also forbidden to wash clothes or animals in the sanitary blocks or to remove hot or cold water for personal use (washing-up, cleaning, etc…).

All persons present at the Parc du DBC must leave sanitary facilities in the state of cleanliness in which they would like to find them.

 

ARTICLE 9 : SWIMMING POOL REGULATIONS

 

The swimming pool is not supervised by a lifeguard and its use and bathing are the responsibility of the users.

Annual opening and closing dates are decided by the Management.
The swimming pools are open from 10 AM To 9 PM in high season. Outside these times, the swimming pools are closed.

Before entering the swimming pools; bathers must pass through the foot bath and the shower for hygiene reasons and to assist with cleaning.

Bathers must not use the foot bath or showers for any other purposes than those for which they have been designed.
It is forbidden to enter the swimming pools with a pushchair and/or shoes on your feet or in your hands, to run, push, eat or drink, spit, smoke and to use non-water resistant sunscreen products, creams of any kind, make-up and also to use flippers, diving masks, umbrellas, chairs, personal sun loungers and inflatable objects of any kind, with the exception of floatation devices for children who cannot swim.

Animals must not be brought into the pool area for any reason whatsoever. Access to the swimming pool is not permitted for any persons with suspect skin lesions who do not have a medical certificate attesting to the non-contagious nature of the lesions.

Minors may only enter the swimming pool area accompanied by a parent or responsible adult.

 

ARTICLE 10 : TENNIS COURT REGULATIONS

 

Tennis courts usage is on an hourly basis. Reservations can be made at reception in the little cabin at the entrance. Reservations are accepted for “today” and the following six calendar days. A player may only reserve one court in advance over seven days. As soon as they have played, they can make another reservation for the open period. Tennis courts can be reserved from 8 AM to 10 PM (the last hour start at 9 PM).

Keys should be collected from reception in the little cabin at the entrance. Keys must be returned after the match.

Rackets and balls can be rented from reception. An ID card is required from the person reserving the court, as well as a €5 caution. Any lost balls or damaged equipment will be charged to the person who has reserved the court at the rate set by the committee.

Do not use black-soled shoes or shoes that leave marks to play. The use of shoes that could damage the surface is prohibited. Maintenance managers are the only people apt to make this decision.

It is forbidden to leave any objects that are not used to play tennis on the tennis courts. Players who take water bottles, beakers, seats, etc. … onto the courts are required to move them as soon as they leave the court.

Players must ensure that correct use of courts and associated equipment (nets, etc.). Players are requested to inform reception of any incidents that arise during the reserved court session.

The following are expressly prohibited:

  • Inappropriate dress or behaviour (drunkenness, brawls, incitement to hatred or violence), any dangerous play for players or other people present on the court or outside it.
  • The use of balls or any other sports accessory or other accessory than those intended for tennis.
  • Throwing paper, glass, boxes, random objects onto the courts, to display notices, announcements, posters, etc. or to make any changes to the appearance and image of the area.
  • Smoking.
  • Moving the benches or undoing the nets. If necessary, this can be done under the supervision of a competent official.
  • Bringing animals onto the courts, even if on the lead.
  • Entering the courts with bikes and/or scooters.

 

Anybody who does not comply with the rules will not be able to reserve the tennis courts, and will therefore not be able to use them.

 

ARTICLE 11 : PADEL COURT REGULATIONS

 

Tennis courts usage is on an hourly basis. Reservations can be made at reception in the little cabin at the entrance. Reservations are accepted for “today” and the following six calendar days. A player may only reserve one court in advance over seven days. As soon as they have played, they can make another reservation for the open period. Tennis courts can be reserved from 8 AM to 10 PM (the last hour start at 9 PM).

Rackets and balls can be rented from reception. An ID card is required from the person reserving the court, as well as a €5 caution. Any lost balls or damaged equipment will be charged to the person who has reserved the court at the rate set by the committee.

Do not use black-soled shoes or shoes that leave marks to play. The use of shoes that could damage the surface is prohibited. Maintenance managers are the only people apt to make this decision.

It is forbidden to leave any objects that are not used to play padel on the courts. Players who take water bottles, beakers, seats, etc. … onto the courts are required to move them as soon as they leave the court.

Anybody who does not comply with this rules will not be able to make reservations.

Padel is a 4-person sport. The names of the players playing on a court must be listed on the reservation table.

Players must ensure that correct use of courts and associated equipment (nets, etc.). Players are requested to inform reception of any incidents that arise during the reserved court session.

The following are expressly prohibited:

  • Inappropriate dress or behaviour (drunkenness, brawls, incitement to hatred or violence), any dangerous play for players or other people present on the court or outside it.
  • The use of balls or any other sports accessory or other accessory than those intended for padel.
  • Throwing paper, glass, boxes, random objects onto the courts, to display notices, announcements, posters, etc. or to make any changes to the appearance and image of the area.
  • Smoking.
  • Moving the benches or undoing the nets. If necessary, this can be done under the supervision of a competent official.
  • Bringing animals onto the courts, even if on the lead.
  • Boules matches.
  • Entering the courts with bikes and/or scooters.

Anybody who does not comply with the rules will not be able to reserve the tennis courts, and will therefore not be able to use them.

 

ARTICLE 12 : MULTISPORT PITCH REGULATIONS

 

The opening hours of the court are from 8 AM to 10 PM.

The following are expressly prohibited:

  • Inappropriate dress or behaviour (drunkenness, brawls, incitement to hatred or violence), any dangerous play for players or other people present on the court or outside it.
  • Throwing paper, glass, boxes, random objects onto the pitch, to display notices, announcements, posters, etc. or to make any changes to the appearance and image of the area.
  • Smoking.
  • Moving the benches or undoing the nets. If necessary, this can be done under the supervision of a competent official.
  • Bringing animals onto the courts, even if on the lead.
  • Boules matches on the pitch.
  • Entering the pitch with bikes and/or scooters.

 

ARTICLE 13 : FITNESS REGULATIONS

 

Use of equipment and objectives is explained on each of the machines.

 

ARTICLE 14 : RESPONSIBILITY

 

All of the equipment used is done so under you own responsibility. Under no circumstances can Concepta Senium Exploitation France SASU be held responsible. The responsibility for any accident or incident occurring on the installations shall in no way be incumbent on the owner or operator, with the exception of accidents covered by his liability. Players must be covered by an insurance policy covering the risks of civil liability.

 

ARTICLE 15 : ANIMALS

 

Dogs and other animals must never be left to roam freely. They must not be left at the park, or left shut in, in the absence of their masters, who are responsible for them. The manager guarantees peace and tranquillity for all customers by fixing times during which complete silence must be maintained.

Dogs are not permitted, even on a lead, around the play areas, swimming pool, telephone booths, toilet blocks, or kitchen.

Unleashed dogs will be allowed inside the dog park (under construction) under the responsibility of their owner.

Animals being walked must be on the lead and must not leave any “visible traces” behind them.

 

ARTICLE 16 : VISITORS, GUESTS AND FEES

 

After having been authorised by the manager or their representative, visitors can be admitted to the park under the responsibility of the residents and customers they are visiting.
The customer can meet their guest(s) at reception. The park’s services and facilities are available to visitors. However, a charge may be levied for the use of these facilities and rates are displayed at the entrance and in reception.

Visitors’ card are not permitted inside the park.

Only the resident’s direct ascendants or descendants may enter the resident’s plot for free and are considered to be “bearers of this right”.

Other family members and guests are considered to as “guests”, their visit must therefore be notified to the manager, at least 15 days before their arrival, by the resident by means of an information form which the resident has been provided with and should make photocopies of for future use. Any person considered to be a “guest” may only be present at the Parc du DBC in the presence of the resident themselves.

The information forms must be filled in and accompanied by the recto/verso photocopy of each “guest’s” photo ID.

These requirements are applicable to subtenants who are assimilated to residents.