+33 676 37 40 91

Make a Payment

Deposit and balance payments are due in Pounds Sterling (£) by any of the methods listed below. The deposit is due immediately and will confirm your booking, the balance payment due 10 weeks prior to your holiday with us. Any Euro (€) expenses are due on arrival in cash or by credit/debit card (2% fee).

To make a payment:

  • Select the payment type (Deposit, Balance or Other).
  • Add your booking reference in the Reference field.
  • Click Pay Now and you will be redirected to PayPal's secure service.
  • Add the amount you would like to pay - please remember to include the CC fee.
  • If you have a PayPal account - sign in and complete your payment.
  • If you do not have a PayPal account - select Pay with a credit or debit card and complete your details.

Other Payment Methods:

Credit/Debit Card or PayPal Account (2% - 3.6% fee):
All card transactions are handled securely by PayPal and carry an additional fee. All major cards accepted, a PayPal account is not necessary and there are a number of ways to pay:

  • Click in the ‘Payment’ tab in the Customer Portal
  • Use the Pay Now button on our website - www.chalet-blanc.co.uk.
  • Directly over the phone. Request a call-back or contact us on +33 676 37 40 91.

We do not store any credit/debit card details or other sensitive information. Nor do we share customer details or information with any 3rd parties other than those exclusively required for the services we help to provide.

Bank Transfer (no fee – pay NET amount only):
Bank:                     Barclays Private Clients International
Account Name:       EF(GSY) Ltd.
Acc Number:          33612406.
Sort Code:              20-35-32. 
IBAN:                    GB20 BARC 2035 3233 6124 06.
Swift:                     BARC GB 22
 

Please read the booking terms and conditions carefully before booking your holiday at Chalet Blanc. The booking conditions will form the basis of your contract with Enterprises Francaises (Guernsey) Limited, the "Company" and sets out the respective rights and obligations of both parties.