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At Clayton Inns  we are committed to respecting your privacy and we want to ensure that we are clear that we only use the information that we collect about you, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation.

We respect your right of privacy. If you tell us that you do not wish to have this information used we will respect your wishes. If you have any requests concerning your personal information or any queries with regard to the capture, storage and use of personal information please contact the Data Protection Lead on




Telephone number

Email address

Card details

Company (if appropriate)

Car Registration (on arrival)

We will be collecting information about you for the following reasons;

To process any bookings



Eating and drinking at the hotel during a stay

Requests and complaints

Subscription to marketing newsletters, in order to receive offers and promotions via email

Transmission of information from third parties: Tour Operators, Travel Agencies, GDS reservations systems, and other online activities


Meeting our obligations to our customers

Managing the reservation and accommodation requests

Create and store accounting documents in compliance with government and accounts standards (Your information may be passed to NHS Track and Trace)

Sending a confirmation, pre stay email and post stay email

Managing the guests stay and access to the rooms

Monitoring the use of services/amenities during the stay

Improving your stay at the hotel

Sending targeted communications based on your subscription preferences

Group Bookings

An individual making a reservation under a group booking made by another individual (booker). Once the booking is made, Clayton Inns will be authorised to give verbal or written rooming lists to the “booker”.  The rooming lists will include the following details;


Date of Arrival/ Departure

Room type/Number

Number of adults/ children/ infants

Status of booking

Any deposit paid

If the individual guest do not wish to have these details shared to the “booker” they must make an individual reservation.


When you use our website we may store a small amount of information on your computer in the form of a 'cookie'. This is a common method used by almost every website you visit, and many websites will not function at all without the use of cookies.

Standard uses for browser cookies include:

Remembering a shopping cart's contents
Language or location preference
Interface customisation
The 'remember me' option when logging in
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