Government regulations on COVID-19 change frequently. Before you travel, you need to ensure you have checked and understood the relevant regulations applicable to you, your location, your destination and the make-up of your party as it is your responsibility to comply.
Please note that the below is not legal advice and you must make sure you familiarise yourself with the relevant government regulations.
As of 19 July 2021, there are no COVID restrictions on party size or composition affecting bookings of holiday accommodation in mainland England.
Isle of Man: Please note that entry to the Isle of Man still has some restrictions in place. If you are fully vaccinated (14 days after the completion of two doses of either Pfizer/BioNTech, Oxford/AstraZeneca, or Moderna or one dose of Johnson and Johnson) and have not been in any countries on the red travel list in the 10 days before arrival to the Isle of Man, you can apply for a vaccination exemption and travel without testing or isolation. If you are not fully vaccinated, only Isle of Man residents or eligible travellers can apply if they have not had both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. Find out more here. If you believe you are not able to travel due to these restriction, please call us to discuss your options.
As of 7 August 2021, there are no COVID restrictions on party size or composition affecting bookings of holiday accommodation in Wales.
As of 7 August 2021, there are no COVID restrictions on party size or composition affecting bookings of holiday accommodation in mainland Scotland.
Travel to the Scottish islands - pre-departure testing: To reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 into island communities, the Scottish government is encouraging anyone planning to travel to a Scottish island to test before they do so. The recommendation is to test three days before you plan to travel, and then again on the day of departure using lateral flow tests. Find out more here.
If measures are reintroduced and will affect your booking rest assured that we will be in touch with the options available to you at that time.
Where can I find the latest guidance from the government?