Update as of 7th October 2020
We are open and ready to welcome you. Our restaurant and bar will remain open until 10pm for residents. If you are not staying with us, you can still dine with us until 6pm. Alcohol can be consumed in our outside dining areas only. Tables can only be booked for a maximum of 6 people from 2 households (children under 12 are excluded from this number).
We will offer refunds or change of date for any accommodation bookings staying between Friday 9th– Sunday 25th October 2020
You may find that not all of our facilities will be open during your stay. However, this will be reviewed as lockdown eases. We’ll look to open fully just as soon as the government says it is OK to do so..
You may have seen in the press that we, like other businesses, are sadly considering job losses as a direct result of the huge Covid-19 related downturn in business. This downturn is expected to last for many months after re-opening but won’t affect your booking before or after you get here. Whilst a few things may be different because of social distancing and other guidelines, we’ll still be offering the same level of service and hospitality that we have since we opened our doors.
Thank you on behalf of the family and our team for continuing to support us and we look forward to welcoming you back.
Protecting your family and ours
To help stop the virus spreading, we’ve put several things in place including extra biocidal cleaning and enhanced hygiene practices for every nook, cranny, and surface throughout the hotel.
Help us to protect yourself and others by:
- Avoid travelling if you have symptoms of Covid-19 or have been advised to self-isolate
- The wearing of face masks and coverings is now mandatory. If you need one, we will have some available to purchase in the hotel.
- If you live in an area that is under local or national lockdown, please do not travel
- If you have travelled to stay with us if you knowingly have symptoms or are coming from a lockdown area, you will be asked to leave with no refund
- Washing your hands. If this is not possible hand sanitiser will do
- Got a cough? Need to sneeze? Catch it with a tissue and bin it
- Got a bad habit of touching your face? Best to break this habit if you can
- Avoid people who are unwell – or avoid others if it’s you that’s poorly