Room Only room bookings may be cancelled before 24 hours on the arrival date. If you cancel your reservation before 24 hrs – 2pm on the day of arrival and have paid for the room in advance by debit/credit card, a full refund will be processed to the same debit/credit card normally before 9am the next working day though it may take a few days for the funds to reach your account. A cancellation reference will be given and should be retained as proof of cancellationFor 14 rooms or fewer, we’ll need full payment 14 days before arrival. This is non-refundable, but you can cancel your booking free of charge if you do so before this time.
For 15 rooms or more, we’ll need a 50% deposit 28 days before arrival and the balance 14 days before arrival. These payments are non-refundable, but you can cancel your booking free of charge if you do so before we take a deposit.
If you cancel a reservation within 24 hrs on the day of arrival (including any "no show") and have not already paid for the room in advance you will be charged a cancellation charge equivalent to one night's total accommodation per room booked and for any meals and other extras booked for the first day of your stay. A cancellation reference will be given and should be retained as proof of cancellation. Such cancellation charge is to compensate the hotel for the late cancellation and is not for any service.
If you decide to shorten your stay you must inform reception at the hotel that you are staying in by 12 noon on the day you wish to check out. Otherwise you will be charged a cancellation charge equivalent to one night’s total accommodation per room booked and for any meals and other extras booked for the following day. Such cancellation charge is to compensate the hotel for the late cancellation and is not for any service.
The first night of any booking made after 1pm on the day of arrival and the cost of any meals and other extras booked for the following day is non-refundable. In the event of a cancellation (including any "no show")
Advance Purchase room bookings cannot be cancelled or amended. Full money is taken at the time of booking. For the avoidance of doubt, the room(s), any associated meals and/or other additional extras cannot be cancelled, amended or refunded after the cancellation period (including any “no shows”), although additional meals or extras may still be added.
You may wish to take out room cancellation insurance in case you need to cancel your reservation.
You are not entitled to cancel or withdraw from your reservation under the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013.
If you’ve made a group booking, our cancellation terms are as follows:
Where you cancel (including any “no show”) a group booking and there is a non-refundable payment retained by us, this total amount is a cancellation charge to compensate the hotel for the cancellation and is not for any service. Our right to cancelYour breach
We may cancel your reservation at any time with immediate effect by giving you written notice (which includes email) if:you do not pay us when you are required to do so; or
you break the contract between us in any way.
If we cancel your reservation where you are at fault, we reserve our legal rights in respect of your breach of contract. Where your stay had/has not yet commenced, the total payment made or to be made by you for such room shall be deemed a cancellation charge and is not for any service.Events outside our control
We may also cancel your reservation if an event outside of our control (including industrial action, explosion, fire, flooding, and failure of power and/or water supplies or emergency evacuation) means that we are unable to make your room available to you. In this case we will contact you to let you know as soon as possible and:if you have already paid for your room, we will refund your payment to you; orif you have not yet paid for your room, you will not have to make any payment to us.
Save as set out above, we will not be liable or responsible for any failure to perform, or delay in performance of, any of our obligations that is caused by an event outside of our control.This does not affect your statutory rights.