Coronavirus (COVID-19) 

Scotland’s Regulations – January

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced on the 4th January 2021 Scotland is to go into lockdown from midnight with a new legal requirement forbidding anyone from leaving their home except for essential purposes.

The First Minister’s update announced the following measures: 

All holiday accommodation is closed to tourism. Hotels, B&Bs and self-catering can remain open for essential customers only:

  • anyone who is using that accommodation for work purposes
  • anyone who requires accommodation to attend a funeral
  • anyone who is providing accommodation or support services to the homeless
  • anyone who uses that accommodation as their main residence
  • anyone who needs accommodation while moving home
  • anyone who is unable to return to their main residence
  • anyone who requires accommodation to attend a marriage ceremony or civil partnership registration
  • anyone who requires accommodation to participate in or facilitate shared parenting arrangements

When providing accommodation to workers, this should only be open for essential workers who require accommodation as part of their role.

If you require essential accommodation please email or telephone us to discuss your requirements.

You can still book holidays ( subject to availability) for the summer months.

If you have booked a holiday and the regulations prevent you from taking it. – You can:-

Transfer your booking – Your holiday can be moved up to 12 months from your arrival date.

Postpone your booking – If you don’t know your future holiday dates, we can hold your payment on your account until you have decided.

Cancel your booking – Your holiday can be cancelled and you will receive a full refund.

If you have questions please telephone Becky on  07814 260514 to discuss your holiday options