Terms and Conditions of stay at the Kenton Hotel in porth, Newquay, Cornwall

Hotel Kenton, Newquay. Terms and Conditions of stay

A deposit of £40.00 per person is required when booking, this will be deducted from the outstanding balance and is non-refundable, no allowances can be made for late arrivals or meals not taken, nor for rooms being vacated before confirmed date of departure. We reserve the right to alter prices at any time should the need arise.
Please note we can only take cheque payments when made at least 21 days prior to arrival.
We are however pleased to accept all major credit/debit cards.


In the event of a cancellation of your booking, we will make every effort to re-let the accommodation.
However if we are unable to do so, you are liable for two thirds of the total cost of the booking. We therefore advise taking out holiday insurance. All cancellations must be submitted in writing.


Rooms are available from 2pm to 9pm on the day of arrival until 10am on the day of departure.
You are welcome to leave your luggage at any time on day of arrival from 10am.

Meal times:
Breakfast is served from 8.15am to 9.15am
Evening Meals are served from 6.30pm to 7.00pm

Ample parking is available for guests in our private car park, however the proprietors can not accept any responsibility for loss from or damage to vehicles left in our car park.


Dogs must not at any time be fed in or left on their own in rooms. They're also not allowed on beds or on any furniture in the public rooms.
Some form of bedding i.e.: blankets etc for the dog to sleep on must be supplied by the owners.
The hotels towels must not be used as bedding or to dry wet dogs.

Owners are respectfully reminded that dogs must be exercised away from the hotel and are not allowed to fowl anywhere on the hotels grounds. Please keep your dog on a lead at all times when in the public areas of the hotel.
All dogs must be flea treated, cleaned and groomed before arrival at the hotel.
For Hygiene reasons dogs are not permitted in the dining room.


The proprietors cannot be held responsible for monies or valuables brought onto the premisis.