Coronavirus Update 20.05.2020
Following the relaxing of rules for England, we need to reinforce the message that unfortunately Scotland is at this time, still shut, with all advice to Stay at Home, Stay Safe.
While we recognise some guests are unwilling to make plans at this time of uncertainly, we also know that there are those of you desperate to have something in the calendar to look forward to and as a result we are receiving inquries.
We are shutting bookings for the month of June until such time as we receive notification that we will be allowed to open. We will only open when we are advised it is safe to do so by the government as your safety and that of our team is of the utmost importance to us.
But if you wish to reserve a week in July, we will accept the reservation with no Deposit required and subject to the advice of the Scottish Government. If we are allowed to open, then full and final payment will be required TWO weeks prior to arrival,
If you wish to reserve a week in August, we are hoping the situation will have become clearer in June. We will not require a deposit but will ask for full payment 6 weeks prior to arrival, which is our usual policy. Again this is subject to guidance and advice from the Scottish Government. If it is not clear in June as to when and where people can travel we will ammend our policy accordingly.
If you are thinking of booking for this summer, please contact us directly on firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can discuss the situation as it stands at that point in time. Do not use the booking system.
PLEASE NOTE: At the time of writing it would appear that the UK government intends to impose a quarantine period of 14 days on arrivals by air into the UK. It may also be arrivals by sea are affected (although our current understanding is that this does NOT include Ireland). It may be that we are unable to accept bookings from non-UK or Irish visitors due to the impracticality of this provision, but we will continue to monitor the situation and update this page accordingly.
Unusual as it may be for a tourism business to say so, please Stay Safe and Stay Home, Dream of Scotland and visit us when we are able to safely welcome you.