From April 12th, only individuals on their own or single households (this can include a support bubble) will be able to stay at a cottage.
From May 17th at the earliest two households, or six individuals will be able to stay in one cottage.
Hopefully, from June 21st, restrictions on households mixing will be lifted.
If your booking falls within these dates we will be emailing to ask for confirmation of your group, and to confirm that you are meeting the government guidelines.
From April 26th Scotland moves to Level 3. Under Level 3 restrictions you can travel around Scotland and stay overnight, this includes people visiting from the rest of the UK. The regulations at that time saysingle households only are able stay in the cottages overnight.
From May 17th Scotland will move to Level 2. Under Level 2 restrictions up to six adults from three households can stay overnight in the holiday cottages. Children under the age of 12 do not count towards the number of people.
Hopefully from late June, Scotland will move to Level 0. Under Level 0, up to eight adults from four households can stay overnight. Children under the age of 12 do not count towards the number.
If your booking falls within the government lockdown, we will move your dates or offer a refund.
If your booking falls outside of the government lockdown, your holiday will proceed as normal.
If you still want to cancel your booking outside of lockdown then the normal terms of the cancellation policy will apply.
The following will apply to most, but not all, properties. Please contact us if you would like more information.
We are delighted to re-open our doors, however, the travel industry is a long way off getting back to normal, and the safety of our guests and housekeepers is our top priority. To this effect, there will be some changes to our normal operation so that the property can be thoroughly cleaned between guests, and cleaned as safely as possible.