Cookies & Privacy Policy


At White Line® Hotels your privacy is of course our concern and we appreciate that you have shared your personal details with us, consequently your safeguard is a high priority to ensure that your personal information remains secure and confidential and is used only for the intended purpose.

Our privacy policy applies to our website and print collateral and this website is owned, operated by White Line® Hotels.

Whilst we try to ensure that all information, data and claims are authentic and are without=t error, White Line® Hotels accepts no liability for potential mistakes made during data entry.

Website Copyright & Intellectual Property

The copyright in the material on this website rests with White Line® Hotels and its suppliers.

Your access to it does not imply a licence to reproduce and/or distribute this information. This means that you cannot reproduce or distribute this information.

Our trade marks (including, but not limited to, the White Line® Hotels registered trade mark, reproductions of our official logo), copyright, database rights, images and other intellectual property rights in the materials on this website are owned either directly by White Line® Hotels or by its licensors. Without White Line® Hotels prior written permission and confirmation, you may not publish, copy, modify, broadcast, distribute, sell or transfer any material on this website or in any publication in any part.

Use of Cookies

White Line® Hotels use cookies on our website in order to facilitate you with an informative, personal, and as user friendly as possible experience, and cookies help us to achieve this.

You can choose to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. Please see information about how to do this below, however, this may prevent you from taking full advantage of the website.

Principally, a cookie is a simple, small piece of date/ tiny text file that is stored on a web browser when you visit a website that is incapable of performing any tasks or functions. When you revisit a web page, your browser checks to see if any cookies that are stored on your computer are valid ones for the page you are visiting. If they are, the information contained within them is sent back to that web server.

Without cookies, you could visit two web pages and the website would not connect that you have seen both pages. It would look at the visits individually. Cookies exist to help make the browsing experience more efficient and tailored for you with relevant information. Websites cannot read cookies set by other websites.

If you wish to learn more, or need to update your account settings and general help with regards to your privacy, please email us: