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Staying at the Thornton Hall Hotel & Spa

Who's allowed to stay?

Taken from the Government legislation people can stay in hotels if they fit into one of the following categories: 

 

any person, who—

(i) is unable to return to their main residence;

(ii) uses that accommodation as their main residence;

(iii) needs accommodation while moving house;

(iv) needs accommodation to attend a funeral;

(v) is isolating themselves from others as required by law;

(vi) is an elite athlete, the coach of an elite athlete, or (in the case of an elite athlete who

is a child), the parent of an elite athlete, and needs accommodation for the purposes

of training or competition,

(b) to provide accommodation for any person who needs accommodation for the purposes of

their work,

(c) to provide accommodation for any child who requires accommodation for the purposes of

education,

(d) to provide accommodation for the purposes of a women’s refuge or a vulnerable person’s

refuge,

(e) to provide accommodation or support services for the homeless,

(f) to provide accommodation for any person who was staying in that accommodation

immediately before these Regulations came into force,

(g) to host blood donation sessions, or

(h) for any purpose requested by the Secretary of State, or a local authority.

 

Our Awards


"Simply beyond Stars"




Thornton Hall Premier Club