The safety and health of our guests is our primary concern, along with our responsibilities towards cottage owners and employees. Our current understanding is that the hospitality sector will not be open for business until at least 1st July 2020. We are reviewing this constantly in line with government advice.
People who plan to visit second homes or holiday premises during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic should stay in their primary residence. This remains unchanged. Not taking these steps puts additional pressure on communities and services that are already at risk. The updated guidance can be found on gov.uk.
We are contacting guests who have holidays booked with us in June 2020 to offer alternative dates.
If you have a holiday booked with us after 1st July 2020, we do not currently know whether this will be affected. We appreciate this is frustrating for everyone, including us. For now, our standard terms and conditions apply for holidays which are due to take place after 1st July 2020. We are monitoring the advice of the UK government and we will be in touch with anyone who has a booking in July nearer the time.
The government has recommended that anyone showing symptons (but who do not require hospital treatment) should self isolate along with members of their household. The offical guidance is here.
The NHS has issued guidance on how to avoid catching and spreading Coronovirus. It is particularly important for anyone over 70, or if you have a long term condition, are pregnant or have a weakened immune system. The offical guidance is here.