General Booking Terms
The total value of the bookings may be charged if changes/cancellations are made within the 5 day period before of the arrival date. A 20% deposit is payable for all bookings. For bookings of 4 or more rooms a deposit of 25% is payable. ( see below for further information ). Guest or Client may refer to the same person.
All accommodation, conferences and functions reserved at the Tingle Creek Hotel by the client shall be subjected to the following terms and conditions. Please read through them thoroughly for they relate to the booking you have made with the Tingle Creek Hotel. Should you wish to discuss any element contained within these terms and conditions, please contact the hotel. All elements are enforceable at and from the time of booking, unless special exemption has been negotiated with senior management and the client. No variation to these conditions shall be effective, unless made in writing and signed on behalf of the Tingle Creek Hotel and the client.
1. Booking & Cancellation
(a) Any deposit requested for bookings are non-refundable unless section(d) refers below.
(b) Acceptance of a booking, whether verbally or in writing, shall create a legally binding contract between the Hotel and the person from whom the booking has been accepted (the client). Where the client gives credit or debit card details to the Hotel in order to guarantee a booking or in order to make payment of a deposit or in any other circumstances, then it is agreed between the parties that in the event of cancellation or non-payment the Hotel may debit the clients credit or debit card with the full amount of the cancellation charge, any amount outstanding at the end of their stay, function or conference or in respect of any damage or loss of property.
(c) The hotel will take all reasonable steps to fulfil the reservation to best of its ability in the accordance with details provided, however it reserves the right to provide alternative services of at least equivalent standard at no additional cost to the client.
(d) The Hotel reserves the right to cancel a booking forthwith and without liability on its part in the event of damage or destruction to the Hotel by fire or other cause, or any other cause beyond the control of the hotel which shall prevent it from performing its obligations in connection with any booking. In such an event the Hotel will refund any deposit made but will have no further liability to the Guest.
(e) Whilst the hotel is taking reasonable steps to ensure that information contained within its brochures, tariffs, leaflets, website and other advertisement materials is accurate, it reserves the right to alter, substitute or withdraw any service, facility or amenity without notice if necessary.
(f) Cancellation within 5 days before the booked accommodation date will incur a 100% charge of anticipated revenue. The full cost of all days booked will be charged to the card provided, as security. If the room is re-let, then the cancellation charges will be wavered or reduced depending on whether or not the anticipated revenue is achieved. Any change in respect of the booked dates even if the client rebooks a new period at a later date will be classed as a cancellation. Group bookings of more than 4 rooms, the cancellation period will be 28 days unless agreed in writing between the parties. A cancellation charge of £50 may be imposed in addition to any lost revenue.
(g) Unless your Booking has already been cancelled in accordance with Clause(f), your failure to arrive for a Booking by 9pm on the first night of the Scheduled Stay will be treated as a cancellation made on less than 5 days notice and a Late Cancellation Charge may be made by the Hotel.
(h) If you anticipate that you will fail to arrive for a Booking by the 9pm deadline specified in Clause(g), you must let the Hotel guest house know and agree an alternative arrival time which will replace the 9pm deadline.
(i) If after arrival you fail to stay for the full period the Hotel will, if it so wishes, be entitled to recover from you the full amount as reimbursement for revenue lost as a result of the room sitting empty.
2. Liability of the Hotel
(a) The Hotel does not accept responsibility for loss of or damage to any cash, money, jewellery or other articles of value unless they are deposited at the Reception Office for safe keeping and a receipt is handed to the Guest by the recipient. The receipt must be presented by the Guest to reclaim their property or in the event of a claim.
(b) The Hotel does not accept liability or damage to any other property of a Guest, but in certain circumstances may be liable to make good any loss or damage. However this will be limited to £50 for any single article and subject to a total of £100 in the case of any one Guest. No liability is accepted for any consequential loss arising from loss of or damage to property of the Guest. The Hotel does not accept responsibility for loss of or damage to motor cars or other vehicles of any kind, or any property lost in them; motorbikes, bicycles, horses or other live animals including pets.
(c) Guests should also refer to the Notice relating to Loss or Damage to Guest's Property displayed in Reception under the The Hotel Proprietors Act 1956.
(d) The client undertakes not to bring, alcoholic drinks, beverages or food of any kind into the hotel and not cause or permit its guests or invitees to do so, unless by prior arrangement of the hotel/guest house.
(e) In respect of a Function the client undertakes to begin the function at the agreed time and ensure that its guests/invitees and other persons (including entertainers) vacate the premises at the closing time indicated. The hotel cannot be held responsible for any food deteriorating or going cold if the start is delayed by the client or his guests.
(f) The client undertakes to conduct his/her function in an orderly manner and in full compliance with the rules of the manager with all applicable legislation. Should infringements of this nature occur repeatedly during an event, the hotelreserves the right to halt the event and have the facilities vacated.
(g) The client shall give details of the final numbers attending the function not less than 14 days prior to the event and this will be the minimum number charged. The acceptance of any increase over the previously advised number shall be at the hotel's discretion.
3. Lost Key
Should a guest lose their room key and fob or not hand it into reception when they checkout then they will be charged £15 to cover the cost of replacement.