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Chewton Glen Treehouse Studio Suite - Hampshire, United Kingdom

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Chewton Glen

Suitable for children of all ages

Pets welcome

A breathtaking treehouse suite complete with terrace hot tub at one of England’s finest hotels

The suite in the trees goes on and on...from the deep-pile carpets of your treetop living room, to the claw-foot tub, there are new and luxurious features on all sides. A hamper magically appears every morning - delivered through a secret hatch - for breakfast on the terrace, home to a private outdoor hot tub where you can sink back and stargaze.

Chewton Glen is a luxury (and we mean luxury!) country house hotel and spa in 130 acres of Hampshire countryside. A National Park - the New Forest - lies on one side, the sea a few minutes’ walk to the other, and between them Chewton Glen truly surprises. If you love it already, you are not alone: it’s been voted 'Best Hotel for Service in the UK' and in 2011 Condé Nast Traveller readers named it one of the 'World's Best Hotels.' A stay at one of the treehouse suites includes the quintessential English country house hotel experience of a game of croquet on the lawn and a cream tea. 

Our guests say...

Chewton Glen was absolutely outstanding. The service, facilities and location we're all second to none.

09/10/2015

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Essentials

The important stuff

  • 61m2
  • Check in is at 3pm
  • Check out is at 12noon
  • There is a complimentary buggy shuttle service to the main hotel
  • Sleeping arrangements
  • 1 double with king-sized bed

Extra space available

Space for 2 pets no charge. to Canopy & Stars but a fee of £30 per night is payable on arrival.

Space for 1 baby no charge.

Cooking

  • A daily breakfast hamper is delivered to your treehouse
  • Kitchenette with microwave, sink, coffee machine and wine cooler
  • Dining area with feature lighting

Washing

  • Marble-floored bathroom with free standing bathtub looking out over forest views
  • Walk-in shower
  • His-and-hers basins
  • Separate loo

Heating, lighting & bedding

  • Underfloor heating throughout
  • Woodburning stove with logs provided

Entertainment

  • Private outdoor hot tub on the terrace deck
  • Flat screen TVs in living area & bedroom with Sky and DVD player
  • SONOS music system and i-pod docking station

Activities

At Chewton Glen

The hotel also has a fantastic luxury spa with a full range of health, beauty and well-being experiences so make sure you take the opportunity to indulge yourself.

There are many delightful walking and jogging trails within the grounds to enjoy during your short break in the Hampshire countryside. The grounds also contain the hotel's 9 hole par 3 golf course, a practice range, two indoor and two outdoor tennis courts, an outdoor swimming pool, a croquet lawn and putting green. Additional activities include clay pigeon shooting, archery, falconry and apache car racing, which are also available within the hotel grounds.

Further afield, guests can enjoy walks down to the beach (20-minutes through the hotel grounds) and along the picturesque Hampshire coastline. For the more adventurous there are a number of walking trails in The New Forest.

However, as the hotel is located close to many other local areas of interest and activity providers, it is also possible to arrange a number of extra country pursuits within surrounding area of Hampshire, the New Forest and the South Coast. For example, the hotel can provide the opportunity for horse riding and off-road driving in the New Forest. The Solent on England's South Coast is also on the doorstep for sailing and powerboating along with fishing and kayaking.

Explore The New Forest

A National Park and Royal Hunting Playground since 1079. Over 900,000 acres of picturesque forest to explore...

Chewton Glen is a luxury venue set on the edge of the New Forest National Park. The forest area was set aside by William The Conqueror over nine centuries ago when he named it his 'New' hunting forest.

The New Forest ancient woodlands and wilderness heaths remain largely intact, earning the area national and international status;entering parts of the Forest today is like taking a step back in time- the atmosphere and landscape are unique and traditions exist here which have not changed since medieval times. In the Forest there is a living and working community where ponies and cattle have the right of way as they freely graze the land. Each of the famous ponies is owned by a 'commoner' and must be marked with an individual brand before left to wander. A 'commoner' has rights of 'common' attached to a property or plot of land he or she owns. The New Forest is dotted with attractive and spacious villages, Lyndhurst being the acknowledged centre. Visit the Official New Forest Tourism website for more info.

A particular good way to see the New Forest is to drive through Brockenhurst to the ornamental drive leading to Rhinefield area. There are plenty of places to park and take a leisurely stroll on well-marked paths.

Historical Houses

There are a number of Historic Houses to visit while enjoying your stay on the South Coast at Chewton Glen. Among them are some of the finest Houses in Hampshire and the UK and all are within easy reach of the hotel and make the perfect day trip.

 -15 minutes to Lymington Ferry, 30 minutes to the Isle of Wight, then 20 minutes to Osborne House - After her marriage to Prince Albert in 1840, Queen Victoria felt the need for a family residence in the country. To use her words, 'a place of one's own - quiet and retired'. Queen Victoria knew and liked the Isle of Wight after visiting as a child, and she and the Prince Consort were both determined to buy a property there. 'It is impossible to imagine a prettier spot,' wrote the Queen after a visit to Osborne House. In 1845 the royal couple purchased the property with an estate of 342 acres, plus the adjacent Barton Manor to house equerries and grooms and to serve as the home farm.

Theological Buildings

There are some fascinating theological buildings within a short distance of the hotel. The South Coast of England has some outstanding examples of cathedrals, Priories and Abbeys within a one hour drive for guests to explore.

Christchurch Priory - 15 Minutes from Chewton Glen

Romsey Abbey - 50 Minutes from Chewton Glen

Salisbury Cathedral - 50 Minutes from Chewton Glen

Wimborne Minster - 1 hour 15 Minutes from Chewton Glen

Winchester Cathedral - 1 hour from Chewton Glen

Horticultural Gardens

There are a number of stunning gardens on the South Coast of England. All are within easy reach of the hotel.

 - 20 Minutes from Chewton Glen - A 200 Acre woodland garden world-famous for the spring displays of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and magnolias. Visit in summer for riverside walks, shady picnics and herbaceous borders, or autumn to enjoy spectacular displays of colour from the Japanese maples, deciduous azaleas and dogwoods that flourish.

 - 30 Minutes from Chewton Glen - Furzey Gardens is a delightfully informal landscape garden with superb views over the New Forest. Renowned for its collection of Summer and Winter flowering shrubs and extensive collections of azaleas and rhododendrons. The heather shelter affords a shady retreat with views over the lake. Also to see is the cottage garden, heather garden, fernery and 16th Century forest cottage. Light refreshments including cream teas are available in the craft gallery and the tea terrace affords wonderful views over the gardens. The adjacent Will & Em gallery will be the venue for a variety of exhibitions by well-known artists including paintings, ceramic and sculpture.

 - 30 Minutes from Chewton Glen - Compton Acres invites you to escape to a different world. The new Compton Acres has more features than ever before. As well as its beautiful ten acres of gardens, there are exciting shopping opportunities, restaurants, a delicatessen, regular events, and, with further all-weather facilities planned for the near future, Compton Acres in Poole is fast becoming one of the most visited and prestigious attractions on the South Coast.

 - 1 hour from Chewton Glen -Situated three miles north-east of the historic market town of Romsey in the county of Hampshire, southern England, the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens (formerly known as the Hillier Arboretum) are named in memory of their founder, the late Sir Harold Hillier (1905-1985), a member of the nursery family. Visitors to the Gardens will find something to interest them throughout the year. Frosty days of January, with the perfume of the witch hazels' strange spidery flowers filtering through the Gardens, gradually change to the flamboyant blooms of the spring flowering camellias, magnolias, rhododendrons and azaleas. These are followed by the heady scents of summer's flowering shrubs and herbaceous plants before the autumn season of fiery hues.

- 1 hour 15 minutes from Chewton Glen - A woodland garden with an internationally known nursery on a slope overlooking the River Lymington valley with Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Magnolias, Camellias, Japanese Maples, Hydrangeas, and other rare shrubs interplanted with a wide variety of choice woodland and ground cover plants.

Other Places

- 20 Minutes from Chewton Glen - The motor vehicle collection in the National Motor Museum remains one of Beaulieu's most famous attractions with more than 250 on show from every motoring era including world and speed record breakers and large motoring oddities such as a giant orange on wheels. Visitors can see the magnificent rooms and treasures of Palace House - Lord Montagu's family home since 1538, where history comes alive with real Victorian characters. The 13th Century Abbey features a video presentation and an exhibition of the daily life of its Cistercian monk founders, leading into the picturesque serenity of its Cloisters and Herb Garden.

- 25 Minutes from Chewton Glen - This historic village on the banks of the Beaulieu River is where ships for Nelson's fleet were built. A Maritime Museum reflects the shipbuilding history of the village. Displays in the historic cottages recreate 18th century life in the village: you can go into the New Inn of 1793 and a shipwright's cottage of the same period, or look in on the family of a poor labourer master builder, at work. You can cruise on the Beaulieu River during the summer in 'Swiftsure' the all-weather catamaran cruiser or stroll along the River Walk.

- 1 hour from Chewton Glen - Situated around 1 hour from the Hotel by car is Stonehenge. The great and ancient stone circle of Stonehenge is one of the wonders of the world. What visitors see today are the substantial remnants of the last in a sequence of such monuments erected between circa 3000BC and 1600BC. There has always been intense debate over quite what purpose Stonehenge served. Certainly, it was the focal point in a landscape filled with prehistoric ceremonial structures, now a World Heritage Site.

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Go adventuring through the tree tops at the award-winning Go Ape! Moors Valley Country Park, with epic zip wires and over 1000 metres of tree crossings

Food & Drink

At Chewton Glen

A superb breakfast hamper will be delivered to your treehouse suite each morning to enjoy on the terrace.

The hotel restaurant, Vetiver, is exceptional - and very close by!

Meet your hosts

About Chewton Glen

'An English Original' - Chewton Glen is a luxury country house hotel and spa set in 130 acres of Hampshire countryside on the edge of the New Forest National Park, and just a few minutes' walk from the sea.

A very special place, Chewton Glen is one of the finest luxury hotels in the UK and has been voted 'Best Hotel for Service in the UK' and is listed as one of the 'World's Best Hotels' by Conde Nast Traveller readers in 2011. Chewton Glen is set in 130 acres of exquisitely landscaped parkland, gardens and woodland. Head Gardener, Darren Venables, and his team of dedicated gardeners work hard to create seasonal displays and beautiful vistas for guests to enjoy year-round.

Getting there

Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa, Christchurch Road, New Milton, Hampshire, BH23 5QL

By public transport

The nearest train station is New Milton and the nearest bus station is Lymington. Chewton Glen will pick you up from either for a charge of around £6.60, depending on distance and time.

By car

Take the M3 out of london, follow M3 to the end taking the westbound M27 towards Bournemouth. The M27 becomes the A31 after junction 1 and is signposted A31/ the west/Bournemouth. You need to stay on the A31 for approximately 2½ miles, pass the Rufus Stone services/little chef on your left. Take the next Left signposted Emery Down.

Go over a cattle grid and follow road for approx 3 miles. This is a forest road with a 40 mph limit and there may be animals on the road, so take care. Follow road going straight on towards Emery Down. Pass a pub call ‘The New

Forest Inn’ on your right and stay on this road until you reach the A35. Turn right on to the A35, signposted Christchurch/New Milton. (The Swan Pub is opposite). Stay on A35 for approximately 10 miles ignoring any signs for

New milton. After 9 miles there is a hotel/carvery on the left - The East Close Hotel. Carry straight on and approximately one mile after the east close hotel is a major staggered junction, take the left hand turn signposted walkford, New Milton and Lymington.

Proceed through and out of walkford and then turn left into Chewton Farm Road, which is immediately before a roundabout sign. Once in Chewton Farm Road the hotel entrance is on the right.

Booking Terms

Canopy & Stars low price promise

 
Book with us in confidence knowing you won’t find that place cheaper elsewhere. All of the prices we display are set and matched by our Owners. (In this world of foreign currency, we do have to say 'subject to exchange rates' for some of our European places.)

What does ‘from price’ mean?

 
Our ‘from price’ is based on a four night stay in low season and designed to help you to compare different prices across our collection. Some of our Owners vary their nightly rates and check in days throughout the year, so it may differ from the rate quoted below the calendar. It is quite common (although by no means universal) for places to charge a little more in peak season or for shorter stays, to cover changeover costs. Consider booking longer stays during the cooler months if you’re looking for the lowest nightly rates.

Agency Terms & Conditions

Except where otherwise specified, we Sawday’s Canopy & Stars Ltd Company No 09088366 of Merchants House, Wapping Road, Bristol, BS1 4RW act only as an Agent in respect of all bookings we take and/or make on your behalf. Sawday’s Canopy & Stars is part of the Alastair Sawday’s Group of Companies. We accept no liability in relation to any contract you enter into or for any services or arrangements you purchase (“Booking(s)”) or for the acts or omissions of any supplier(s) or other person(s) or party(ies) connected with any Booking. For all Bookings, your contract will be with the supplier of the Booking in question, and in most cases this will be the owner of the property you’ll be staying at (“Owner(s)”). When making your Booking we will arrange for you to enter into a contract with the Owner of the Booking. Your Booking with us is subject to these Agency Terms & Conditions and any specific booking conditions of the relevant Owner(s) you contract with. The Owner’s booking conditions may limit and/or exclude the Owner’s liability to you.

You may decide to make more than one Booking with us at the same time. The price charged in total for more than one Booking will always equal the prices charged separately for each individual Booking. All Bookings are available to be purchased separately at the same price as they are when more than one Booking is made. This means that any multiple Bookings do not constitute a package as defined in the Package Travel, Package Holidays and Package Tours Regulations 1992.

By making a booking, you agree that:-

  1. you have read these Agency Terms & Conditions and agree to be bound by them;
  2. you consent to our use of your information in accordance with our Privacy Policy;

and

  1. you are over 18 years of age and where there may be age restrictions in place, you declare that you and all members of your party are of the appropriate age.

 

The Canopy & Stars online booking system enables Guests to make Bookings 24 hours a day. A Booking is confirmed on receipt of a 25% non-refundable deposit for all Bookings with check in dates of more than 10 weeks away. For all Bookings that have a check in date of less than 10 weeks before check in, payment for the Booking will be required in full and the entire Booking will be non-refundable. The Canopy & Stars telephone booking line is open Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm. When using the online enquiry form, for those Properties without online booking, please allow 24 working hours for us to contact you by telephone to confirm the Booking. If we are unable to reach you by phone we will attempt to contact you by email. We will contact you during Canopy & Stars working hours (Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm). Online or email enquiries will be dealt with in the order they are received, but please be aware that we cannot guarantee reservation of your selected dates until the receipt of suitable payment. Therefore, if possible, we do recommend that you book on the Canopy & Stars website using the online booking system.

 

1. Booking and payments

 

1.1 In order to confirm your chosen Booking, you must pay a non-refundable deposit as required by the Owner of the Booking in question (or full payment if booking within 10 weeks of the date of your check-in).

 

1.2 Your Booking is confirmed and a contract between you and the Owner will exist when we receive payment of the deposit and send you a booking confirmation on the Owner’s behalf. This booking confirmation will normally be sent out within 24 hours in the case of email and seven working days in the case of post, and will contain the details of your Booking and of payments made and due. If you have not received your booking confirmation within the specified time, please notify us as soon as possible by email (bookings@canopyandstars.co.uk). Please check your confirmation carefully and report any incorrect or incomplete information to us immediately. As we act only as booking Agent, we have no responsibility for any errors in any documentation except where an error is made by us.

 

1.3 We're sorry for any inconvenience, but payments can only be made by credit and debit cards. A 2% surcharge will be applied to credit cards. We do not accept American Express, cheques or cash.

 

1.4 Where a deposit has been paid, full balance payment will be due 10 weeks in advance of your check in date and a reminder will be sent to you two weeks prior to this date, where applicable, by email. We automatically take the balance payment using the same card as used to make the deposit payment. It is your reponsibility to advise us if we should use a different card and to contact us by telephone (0117 204 7830) to arrange for alternative payment method. If the balance payment does not successfully go through as there is a problem with your card, such as it expiring, then we will contact you to try and take alternative payment. If we have been unable to take payment after two weeks of the balance due date, then with regret, we will notify the Owner who may cancel your Booking.

 

1.5 Except where otherwise advised or stated in the booking conditions of the Owner concerned, all monies you pay to us for a Booking will be held on behalf of the Owner(s) concerned.

 

1.6 Credit Card payments are processed via Alastair Sawday’s Publishing Co. Ltd who provide merchants services facilities to Sawday’s Canopy & Stars Ltd.

 

2. Cancellation and Amendment by You

 

2.1 Any cancellation or amendment request must be sent to us by email (bookings@canopyandstars.co.uk) and will be considered and responded to within one working day of receipt. You are also advised to confirm all changes to our Customer Services Department by calling 0117 204 7830. Please ensure that you have received written confirmation of any changes to your Booking prior to travel. Whilst we will always try to help, we cannot guarantee that such requests will be met.

 

2.2 Amendments and cancellations can only be accepted in accordance with the booking conditions of the Owner of your Arrangements. The Owner may charge the cancellation or amendment charges shown in their booking conditions (which may be as much as 100% of the cost of the Arrangements and will normally increase closer to the date of departure). The Owner may charge cancellation or amendment charges in accordance with its own booking conditions, however for the sake of convenience only, we have outlined the Owner’s charges at clause 2.3 and 2.4 below. Please note that these are the Owner’s own cancellation and amendments charges, not Canopy & Stars’, and therefore the Owner may vary their charges as they wish, without notice to us. The correct charges will be notified to you at the time of your cancellation or amendments.  

 

2.3 Owner’s General Cancellation Charges:

2.3.1 Cancellation by you at any time will result in your deposit being forfeited, as all deposits are non-refundable.

 

2.3.2 All monies paid for a holiday (deposit and balance) are non-refundable within 10 weeks before check in date.

 

2.3.3 Cancellation of any holiday after it has been paid in full and at a date 10 weeks or more in advance of your check in date, will result in forfeiture of your deposit (or an amount equivalent where one was not paid as the holiday was paid in full) and the balance being returned to you. 

 

2.3.4  Cancellation insurance is available but will be a third party arrangement and not involve Canopy & Stars or the Owner in any way.

 

2.4 Owner’s General Amendment Charges:

2.4.1 Alterations to your Booking can only be made more than 10 weeks prior to the check in date, after which time alterations will be treated as cancellation. All alterations are subject to availability and may incur a £30 adminstration fee.

 

2.4.2 Differences in the total amount payable resulting from alterations will be refunded to you in the case of a decrease in price and paid by you in the case of increases in price.

 

Special note: Generally Owners will charge the above cancellation and amendment charges, however we must stress that these are a guide only and charges may differ from those shown here depending on the Owner. The exact charges will be notified to you by the Owner at the time of cancellation and/or can be found in the Owner’s own booking conditions which are available from the Owner on request.

 

3. Changes and Cancellations by the Owner

We will inform you as soon as reasonably possible if the Owner needs to make a significant change to your confirmed Arrangements or to cancel them. We will also liaise between you and the Owner in relation to any alternative Booking offered by the Owner but we will have no further liability to you.

 

4. Complaints

Because the contract for your Booking is between you and the Owner, any queries or concerns should be addressed to them. In the event that you have any complaint about your stay, please notify the Owner as soon as possible. If you don’t follow this procedure there will be less opportunity for the Owner to investigate and resolve your complaint and so make your stay as enjoyable as possible. Delays may also mean that amount of compensation you may be entitled to may be reduced. Whether or not your complaint is dealt with satisfactorily, please also contact us as we appreciate all feedback. It’s important to us and the Owner to know that you’ve enjoyed your stay or if anything could have been improved.

 

5. Pricing

Canopy & Stars reserve the right to amend advertised prices at any time on behalf of the Owner. We also reserve the right to correct errors in both advertised and confirmed prices.Special note: changes and errors sometimes occur.

 

6. Information & Accuracy

The information and prices shown on this website are varied from time to time and may change between the time you first view a property and make a Booking. You should check that all the details are as you expect prior to making a Booking. It is always possible that, despite our best efforts, some of the properties (including the features and extras available) may be incorrectly described and/or priced. If we discover this is the case after you have made a Booking, we reserve the right to contact you with details of the correct information and/or pricing and will give you the option to:

(1) proceed with the Booking based on the correct information and/or pricing, which may require the payment of an additional amount by you;

OR

(2) subject to availability, change your booking dates to dates when the pricing can be honoured ad so no additional charge to you. In the event that a lower price can be offered for alternative dates then the difference would be refunded;

OR

(3) cancel the Booking. If we do not receive your instructions within 5 days of contacting you, we reserve the right to cancel your Booking without liability to you.

 

7. Our Responsibility for your Booking

Your contract is with the Owner and its booking conditions apply. As Agent, we accept no responsibility for the actual provision of the Booking. Our responsibilities are limited to making the Booking in accordance with your instructions and acting properly in accordance with our legal duties as an Agent. We accept no responsibility for any information about the Booking that we pass on to you in good faith. However, in the event that we are found liable to you on any basis whatsoever, our maximum liability to you is limited to twice the cost of your Booking (or the appropriate proportion of this if not everyone on the Booking is affected). We do not exclude or limit any liability for death or personal injury that arises as a result of our negligence or that of any of our employees whilst acting in the course of their employment.

 

8. Pets

Not all properties accept pets. If you wish to take your pet on holiday, please advise us before booking and we can check whether pets are accepted at the property. You must obtain the prior consent of the Owner before taking any pets to the property. A nightly charge may be made by the Owner for each pet and additional terms may apply.

 

9. VAT

Many of the Owners of properties in the Canopy & Stars portfolio are not registered for VAT in which case no tax is payable. Where VAT is payable, the tax is included in the advertised holiday rental price.

 

10. Visa, passport and health requirements.

Unless you tell us otherwise, we assume that all members of your party are British citizens who hold or will hold full British passports valid for the entire duration of the Arrangements you chose to purchase. Information on visa, passport and health requirements, where given and applicable, is so given on this basis. Requirements may change and you are therefore strongly recommended to check the up to date position with the Owner of the Booking, Passport Office, appropriate embassy or consulate or your doctor as applicable in good time before the commencement of your holiday.

 

11. Insurance

You are strongly recommended to take out personal travel insurance for all members of your party. It is your responsibility to ensure that the insurance you purchase is adequate and appropriate for your particular needs. Please read your policy details and take them with you on holiday.

 

12. Special requests

If you have any special requests (for example dietary requirements, cots or room location), please let us know at the time of booking. We will pass on all such requests to the Owner, but unfortunately, we can't guarantee that they will be met and we will have no liability to you if they are not.

 

13. Group Bookings

Not all Owners accept Bookings for a single sex group (for example, a stag or hen party). Guests wanting to make such a Booking should check with us beforehand to enable us to check whether the Owner is prepared to accept the Booking. We will then advise you accordingly. In event that an Owner does not accept this type of Booking then it is with regret, that the Booking may be cancelled and cancellation fees may apply. It is the Guest’s responsibility to enquire with Canopy & Stars and/or check on our website beforehand to make sure that this type of booking is permitted.

 

14. Maximum Numbers

Please note that except by prior arrangement confirmed in writing, only the number of persons specified on a booking confirmation may occupy  a property. Most owners reserve the right to refuse admittance or revoke a booking if this condition is not observed and you are unlikely to receive any refund.

 

15. Your Responsibilities

Please note that you have a contract with the Owner of the property. As such you are under a responsibility to behave in a proper, appropriate and legal manner whilst staying at the property with due respect to the Owner, the Property and other guests and their property. You are responsible for informing the Owner of any losses or damage to the property as soon as possible. Please note that you will be liable to pay the Owner for any losses or damage to the property caused by you or a member of your party (except reasonable wear and tear). Some Owners will also require damage deposits. You must also leave the property by the check-out time specified on your booking. If any guest behaves inappropriately or improperly (of which the Owner will be the final judge on their Property), or illegally, the Owner reserves the right to ask the guest and their party (at their discretion) to leave the Property before the end of the holiday period and/or refuse any future bookings from you.  Any refund for so doing will be at the entire discretion of the Owner. In addition, the Owner reserves the right to sue the guest for any loss, damage or injury caused to the Owner, the Property or to other guests and/or their property. As agent, we will have no liability to you in these circumstances. 

 

16. Governing Law and Jurisdiction

These terms and conditions have been drafted in accordance with and are governed by English law and the courts of England and Wales have exclusive jurisdiction in relation to any and all disputes arising out of these Agency Terms & Conditions.

 

17. Discrepancies

In case of a discrepancy between these Agency Terms & Conditions and any other Canopy & Stars literature, these Agency Terms & Conditions shall prevail.

 

18. Validity clause

In the event that a court finds that a condition in these Agency Terms & Conditions is illegal or void, the illegal or void provision will be severed from the remainder of the Agency Terms & Conditions, which will continue to be valid and have full force and effect.