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Booking

To make a Guaranteed booking we require a £20 per night per room non refundable or transferable deposit. We accept Visa, Mastercard and Maestro at no additional charge and Amex at a 3% surcharge. Remaining payments are taken on the day of departure (or at cancellation time should you cancel after the 48hrs prior to the day of arrival).

If you book on our Advance Purchase rate, full non-refundable payment is due at time of booking.


Deposits

Please note any booking made will incur a £20 per room per night deposit for each night of your stay. This deposit is non refundable and non transferable.


Hotel Cancellation Policy

New Cancellation Policy (Vaild for stays booked on or after 13.03.2020)

To reassure our guests in the light of Coronavirus in the UK, we have updated our cancellation policy to include the ability to change your stay date.

This can be done up to 2pm the day before your arrival date. You can rebook within 6 months of your original booking date. We hope this will give our guests peace of mind when booking. 

Original Cancellation Policy (Stays booked before 13.03.2020) 

All bookings are to be cancelled 48hrs prior to the DAY of arrival (or One month prior for 4 rooms or more). If you cancel within two days of arrival (for example: a booking for a Friday must be cancelled by Mid-night on Tuesday) or if you fail to show up at Harington’s Hotel without cancelling the booking you will be charged for one night.

Cancellations must be made in writing by email to post@haringtonshotel.co.uk  and by telephone to 01225 461728. A cancellation confirmation email will be sent to you after you have notified us of the cancellation.

If you do not receive a cancellation confirmation email from us then the reservation has not been cancelled; please contact us ASAP if you believe there is a problem.

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