Last updated - 9 June 2021

Following the recent Government announcements, we are very pleased to be able to provide the latest update on the use of shared facilities and the latest Test & Trace requirements.

Please see the below sections for the specific details about each country. Based on the latest guidance there are no longer travel restrictions between England, Wales and Scotland.

We appreciate your patience and understanding and we will continue to review our campsites in line with Government advice as it is announced.


Coronavirus guidance - our glamping and camping sites

 

couple walking dog among glamping pods

The safety and wellbeing of our guests, staff and the communities in which our campsites operate, has always been of paramount importance to us. 

Following the latest government advice, all our shared facilities (including showers) at our campsites in England, Scotland and Wales are now open and operating in line with government guidance and at reduced capacity. Please note: certain facilities at some of our campsites may be closed or temporarily unavailable due to essential maintenance. We recommend always checking the individual site details pages on our website for the latest information.

We will be asking all guests staying at our campsites in England, Wales and Scotland, to wear face coverings (unless exempt) when using the toilet blocks, disabled facilities, laundry and food preparation areas and dishwashing facilities.  

We'd like to remind you that in order to keep everyone safe at this time, visitors cannot currently meet with other guests on site.

Please note that we will strive to keep this page as up to date as possible, but as this is a complex and ever-changing situation, please always check the relevant Government websites for the very latest information using the links below: 

Guidance for England / Guidance for Wales / Guidance for Scotland

 

England

All our glamping sites in England are now open, with toilets, showers and shared washing and cleaning facilities available at our campsites which have them (operating in line with government guidance and at reduced capacity). Certain facilities at some of our campsites may be closed or temporarily unavailable due to essential maintenance. We recommend always checking the individual site details pages on our website for the latest information.

Please note: the Government is currently advising to minimise travel into or out of the following areas: Bedford Borough Council, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council, Greater Manchester Combined Authority (Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan), Kirklees Council, Lancashire County Council (Burnley, Chorley, Fylde, Hyndburn, Lancaster, Pendle, Preston, Ribble Valley, Rossendale, South Ribble, West Lancashire, Wyre), Leicester City Council, London Borough of Hounslow, North Tyneside Council. For more information about the advice in these areas click here.

Our covid secure protocols mean we can operate our shared facilities with carefully managed social distancing measures in place to minimise household mixing. However, we would still strongly recommend the use of your own accommodation facilities if you have them, as this will greatly reduce the risk of transmission. We would like to thank you for your understanding and patience in supporting the delivery of our Covid Secure Commitment.

If you wish to book a tent camping pitch please contact the relevant site directly and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Contact Tracing requirements: Our campsites in England require all guests over the age of 16 to provide NHS Test and Trace information. Every party will be given a form upon arrival. If you already have the NHS COVID-19 app, you will be asked to use this on arrival at the campsite for all party members over the age of 16 to scan the QR code and confirm on the form this has been done. If you do not have the app, the form will be used for you to provide contact details for all people (over 16) who have not scanned the QR code using the app. For more information on the contact tracing requirements please see our Coronavirus FAQs. 

For further information about the current guidance in England including social distancing, rules on overnight stays and the use of shared facilities, please visit https://www.gov.uk/find-coronavirus-local-restrictions


Scotland

If you wish to book a tent camping pitch in Scotland, please contact the relevant site directly and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Following the Scottish Government's recent guidance, we are pleased to be able to open toilets, showers and shared washing and cleaning facilities at campsites in Scotland (operating in line with government guidance and at reduced capacity). Please note: certain facilities at some of our campsites may be closed or temporarily unavailable due to essential maintenance. We recommend always checking the individual site details pages on our website for the latest information.

Our covid secure protocols mean we can operate our shared facilities with carefully managed social distancing measures in place to minimise household mixing. However, we would still strongly recommend the use of your own accommodation facilities if you have them, as this will greatly reduce the risk of transmission. We would like to thank you for your understanding and patience in supporting the delivery of our Covid Secure Commitment.

Contact Tracing requirements: All our campsites will display a Check In Scotland Test and Protect QR code poster which we strongly encourage you to scan on arrival at the campsite for all party members. Alternatively, we will use your booking details should Scotland Test and Protect Team contact us (you can opt out of this by emailing  [email protected]). For more information on the contact tracing requirements please see our Coronavirus FAQs. 

Scottish Islands

The Scottish Government requests that all travellers to the Scottish Islands who do not have COVID-19 symptoms take a lateral flow test three days before travelling to the Islands and a further lateral flow test on your planned departure date to the Islands. If you test positive, you should complete your period of self-isolation before you begin your journey. For more information on this and ordering a lateral flow test click here.  

For further information about the current guidance in Scotland including social distancing, rules on overnight stays and the use of share facilities, please visit https://www.gov.scot/coronavirus-covid-19/

Wales

If you wish to book a tent camping pitch in Wales, please contact the relevant site directly and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Following the Welsh administration's recent guidance, we are pleased to be able to open toilets, showers and shared washing and cleaning facilities at campsites in Wales (operating in line with government guidance and at reduced capacity). Please note: certain facilities at some of our campsites may be closed or temporarily unavailable due to essential maintenance. We recommend always checking the individual site details pages on our website for the latest information.

Our covid secure protocols mean we can operate our shared facilities with carefully managed social distancing measures in place to minimise household mixing. However, we would still strongly recommend the use of your own accommodation facilities if you have them, as this will greatly reduce the risk of transmission. We would like to thank you for your understanding and patience in supporting the delivery of our Covid Secure Commitment.

Contact Tracing requirements: Our campsites in Wales require all guests over the age of 16 to provide Test, Trace, Protect information. Every party will be given a form upon arrival. If you already have the NHS COVID-19 app, you will be asked to use this on arrival at the campsite for all party members over the age of 16 to scan the QR code and confirm on the form this has been done. If you do not have the app, the form will be used for you to provide contact details for all people (over 16) who have not scanned the QR code using the app. For more information on the contact tracing requirements please see our Coronavirus FAQs.

For further information about the current guidance in Wales including social distancing, rules on overnight stays and the use of share facilities, please visit gov.wales/coronavirus

Book your next holiday

With bookings open throughout next year until December 2021, now's the perfect time to start planning something to look forward to and book your next holiday!

 

Staying safe on our campsites


Please see below how we have changed some of our procedures on our campsites to ensure we keep both guests and staff safe and well whilst staying with us.