We really hope that everyone is keeping safe. The pandemic has caused a lot of disruption to everyones lives and it looks like it could be around for a while, so we thought we should create a quick and easy reference area for our guests to get any relevant information.
13th March 2021
Following the announcement by Mark Drakeford on 12th March, there is a possibility that self catering will be allowed to open, to guests from within Wales only, from 27th March. This will confirmed in the run up to this date.
In England, travel will be permitted from 12th April and therefore, we hope, we will be allowed to welcome guests to stay from then.
In both cases, bookings should be for single families or their support bubble only. There is no indication from Wales as to when this guidance will change. In England, they have advised that from 17th May to 21st June, it may be possible for self catering to take bookings for up to two families or groups of up to 6 people from various households and from 21st June, bookings may be unrestricted.
As the number of cases of Covid-19 across the UK climbs again, we are closely watching the numbers in Anglesey and hoping that they stay low. To help us do this, if you are visiting us, we would ask that you ensure you follow the Wales regulations. The link for the FAQs is above.
As a reminder, please ensure you have a mask to wear in all public spaces and keep to the 2m social distancing that is required in Wales.
Please ensure you download the NHS Track and Trace App. We have registered each of the cottages as a venue, so you can scan the QR code to record your visit.
If you have any symptoms before your stay, please don't travel. If you have any symptoms during your stay, please get in contact with us and follow the track and trace guidance.
We would recommend any visitors plan their days in advance, particularly if you are thinking of eating out or visiting one of the visitor attractions. There are lots of beautiful places to visit on Anglesey and North Wales, so if an area's busy, there are plenty of others places to try.
Have fun and stay safe.
We have, very understandably, been asked a lot what happens if you are unable to travel due to Covid, so here it is.
If you are unable to travel due to a lockdown, as a small business we would first ask if you can move your holiday to any mutually agreeable date in the future, at the same cost point (or the difference to be refunded / paid accordingly). If this isn't practical, we will offer a full refund.
If you are unable to travel due to illness, as would normally apply, we ask that you do not travel and claim on your travel insurance.
3rd July 2020
Firstly, our priority is our everyones safety but we are excited to be re-opening for guests from 11th July.
Over the last few days, we have been collating the information available on cleaning and how to prepare the cottages for guests. As a result of this and to ensure everyones safety, we are having to change a few things, that particularly our regular guests may notice.
Firstly, we have had to change the property check on and out times, to give our cleaners more time to get the properties deep cleaned between each group of guests. They are:
Manor House - check in 5pm, check out 9.30am
Coach House - check in 4.30pm, check out 10am
Hayloft - check in 4pm, check out 10am
We will also be asking guests to strip the bedding and towels and put them into laundry bags and leave outside the property.
You may notice we've removed a few of the additional touches, such as additional cushions and throws on beds and blankets for outside. The welcome pack has also changed a little and will contain some of the consumables you may use during your stay, rather than them being in each bathroom.
We really hope you will be happy with all the changes we've made, but as always, if you have any concerns, please drop us an email and we will be in touch. email@example.com