Terms and Conditions...
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
To make a booking at Glenfield House Bed and Breakfast you are welcome to call 01946691911 or email email@example.com , or complete the BOOKING REQUEST FORM. Alternatively you can book ON-LINE. Bookings are subject to availability.
A deposit equivalent to one night's stay for each person in the party is required at the time of booking, payable by card.
Cancellation up to 48 hours before check-in is fully refundable. If cancellation is received less than 48 hours before check-in, or in the case of a 'no show' 100% of the first night will be charged.
Rooms are available to check-in from 4pm.
Please advise us prior to date of arrival if you wish to check-in earlier to drop off luggage, collect keys etc.
Our latest check-in is 8.30 pm. Please note we do not operate a 24 hour policy and
require notification of all check-ins later than 8.30 pm in order to make special arrangements. If this is not observed, your reservation may be at risk and you may be refused check- in.
In order to comply with our Fire and Health and Safety regulations all guests MUST complete our Guest Registration form which requires contact and car registration details.
All check-outs must be made before 11am unless by prior arrangement. Check outs after 11am may, at the Proprietor's discretion, incur an additional day's charge.
Please respect our maximum room occupancy which complies with our Health and Safety and Fire regulations. If it is found you are in breach of over occupancy your reservation will be cancelled and you will be asked to leave immediately. No visitors are allowed in guest's rooms without prior permission from the Proprietor.
We are able to offer off-site parking at a neighbouring hotel by kind permission of the management, but this is at owner's risk and must not be abused. For further details please contact us.
Breakfast is served in the Dining Room from 7am to 9am Monday-Friday,
8am to 10am on Saturdays, Sunday's and Bank Holidays. We offer a varied breakfast menu but if you have any special requests or dietary requirements please let us know at the time of booking. A continental breakfast is available to those wishing to make an earlier start.
Glenfield House is a large three-storey Victorian townhouse accessed by a number of stairs, and does not have lift facilities. It is situated at the top of a hill and the front door is accessed by a fairly steep path with several steps. As such it may not be suitable for guests with limited mobility. If in doubt, please contact us for advice.
We ask all guests to familiarise themselves with the Fire Safety information provided in each bedroom and follow all instructions given by staff in case of fire or fire alarms sounding.
Glenfield House cannot be held liable for loss or damage to guests' luggage or personal belongings. We do not advise guests to leave valuables in rooms and offer a safety deposit box for guests' use.
To comply with legislation, Glenfield House operates a strict ' No-smoking' policy' in all public areas, which includes e-cigarettes. Should we believe that guests have been smoking in the bedrooms, or any other part of the guesthouse, a fine of £100 will be charged for deep cleaning and loss of revenue, and the guest will be asked to leave immediately.
We reserve the right to charge guests the cost of rectifying damage to the guesthouse' property or structure, caused by deliberate, reckless or negligent acts by the guest. All breakages and damage must be reported.
Guests may bring their own food, takeaways, etc. into the guesthouse provided it is eaten in the dining room, where plates and cutlery can be provided. No food may be consumed in the bedrooms. If this is found to have occurred and damage is caused to furnishings through spillage etc. a fine of £100 to cover deep cleaning or replacement of items will be made.
We love all pets, particularly dogs, but need to respect those who do not. Therefore we regret we can no longer accept pets.
Due to the steep staircase we do not feel the house is suitable for children under 6 years of age and regret that we cannot accept children under this age.