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Old 14-02-2013, 14:21
Shrike
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Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Nottingham
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If you look at her terms and conditions they seem to be modelling themselves on Ryanair with charges here, there and everywhere.

Getting stroppy about guests taking alcohol back to their room is unheard of by me. I have never stopped in a place that objected to it,.
BIB That horrible man at the scottish castle (can't remember his name but everyone else will ) had it in his rules as well and he mentioned it on screen. His view was that as he provided a bar, customers should use it.
Its not that unusual - as The Richwood themselves point out you wouldn't expect to take your own booze to the pub
It may also be a licensing issue - most YHAs now serve alcohol but this means they now have to ban bring your own as they are then liable if people drunkenly injure themselves or others on the premises even if its on their own hooch.
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