The Clévacances label

At the gite les deux belettes, we have chosen to sign up to the CLEVACANCES label.

Why did we opt for this tourist label?

First of all, Clévacances is a 100% French label which is recognised and approved by the Ministry of Tourism, and which guarantees the quality of the accommodation offered for seasonal rental.
The Clévacances network has several regional agencies, including one in Colmar. A local representative is on hand to provide support, advice and answer any questions we may have. A real local presence every day!
Clévacances offers personalised, professional support that puts people at the heart of its values and concerns.

Since 2020, all our flats have been awarded the Clévacances 3 clés label.

An initial inspection visit is carried out by a label expert, who checks that the accommodation meets the demanding Clévacances quality charter. This is based on around 200 criteria, including comfort, facilities, quality of welcome, etc.

A control visit is then carried out every 5 years maximum to maintain the quality of the accommodation and renew (or not) the label.

Being part of the Clévacances network of owners means that we have access to real personalised, local support for our business, assistance, legal advice and national visibility. Above all, it’s a guarantee of quality for our customers.

Link to the Clé-vacances website

Ministerial classification

Did you know that all our flats also have a 3-star rating?

The classification of furnished holiday accommodation is not compulsory, but optional.

At the gîte les deux belettes, we wanted to get involved in this classification process because it allows us to certify the quality of our holiday rental flats.
Valid for 5 years, the classification comprises 5 categories ranging from 1 to 5 stars.

It provides travellers with an indication of the level of comfort, equipment and services.

Our accommodation has been inspected by an accredited inspection body.

The visit is based on a classification grid containing 133 criteria divided into 3 main sections (facilities, customer services, accessibility and sustainable development).
These grids are designed by Atout France (the government body responsible for designing and updating them).

Following the visit, the inspection body issues a report and a 3-star classification decision.

Link to the Ministerial classification website