Coronavirus and your booking


For those with bookings coming up.

Owners will be paying extra attention to keeping often touched surfaces extra clean.

We would also like to ask for your understanding with respect to our normal Breakfast baskets and personal Meet and greets at the cottage, as these may no longer be possible.

So, if you book please remember to check with the owner what the situation is.

I would like to thank my loyal guests who have written so many kind and supportive emails - yes these are uncertain times but by acting selflessly and generously we will all get over it together.

My very best wishes to you and please Stay Safe.


Government Advice: Which locations in England can I still visit?

  • Medium Alert areas (Tier 1): You are currently able to travel between ‘Medium’ risk areas and stay overnight in accommodation including hotels and self-catering lodgings. The rule of six must be complied with. See further Medium alert level guidance before you travel
  • High Alert areas (Tier 2): You can still travel within ‘High’ alert areas to hotels and other guest accommodation – or travel to other ‘High’ and ‘Medium’ tier areas to go on holiday – but should only do so with people from your household or support bubble
  • Very High areas (Tier 3):  Other than for work, education and other essential services, people living in ‘Very high’ destinations should avoid travelling outside of their area, and should not stay overnight in another part of the country. You can, however, still go on holiday with your ‘Very High’ area but must only do this with people you live with or have formed a support bubble with.

If you are visiting a ‘High’ alert area, you should follow the local guidelines for that area. Check out further guidance for the ‘High’ tier on the GOV.UK website.

You should always check the GOV.UK websiteGovernment postcode checker and local authority websites to read the relevant local restrictions, as some areas with very a high number of COVID-19 cases may, in future, have stricter measures in place that may affect leisure travel into that area.

What happens if advice changes whilst I’m on holiday?

If you’re already on holiday when new restrictions are announced – and you’re with friends or family that don’t live in your household – you can still finish your trip as planned. Until the end of this holiday, you should make every effort to reduce socialising indoors with those outside of your household and follow local regulations and guidance.





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