Coronavirus Update

As we all start to prepare to be able to travel again, we want to share a number of measures we are making to ensure you can book easily with us safe in the knowledge that you will be staying in a clean and peaceful haven, and that your booking process is straight forward.

Clean and safe

It’s important that we all review our expectations around safety and cleanliness in response to Coronavirus, and the safety and well-being of our guests and our family is incredibly important to us, now more than ever.

The Barn at Warmth and Wonder as usual will be spotlessly clean for your arrival, and in addition to our usual cleaning regime we have signed up to the Sawday’s ‘Clean and Safe’ charter. This means we will be following government cleaning advice for non-healthcare environments. For example, high touch, hard surfaces will be cleaned twice and disinfected and all linen will be washed at 60°C before a guest’s arrival.

You will be able to self-check in on arrival, and check-in and check-out times will be changed slightly to allow increased time for cleaning between stays.

With so much outdoor space social distancing is something we are used to here and we know that is why you’ll be wanting to come and stay! We will, of course, be adhering to social distancing rules during your stay and at all times guests will be asked to follow government guidelines.

Straight forward booking

We are accepting bookings from July onwards at the moment. Should government advice mean we are no longer able to welcome guests we will of course cancel and refund your booking. If government travel advice changes and you are no longer able to travel we will be happy to postpone your booking to new dates.

We will be happy to respond to any questions regarding this and will always be ready to apply fair terms.

Our normal terms and conditions apply, but if your booking can’t go ahead due to changes in government advice you will be able to postpone or cancel your booking.

On travel

At the time of travel if any of your party are showing symptoms of Covid-19 you should not travel, instead you must self-isolate according to current government guidance. If any of your group develop any symptoms of Covid-19 during your stay you must inform us immediately. You will then be asked to make arrangements for the whole group to depart in order to self isolate at home in accordance with the latest government guidance. You are advised to have travel insurance in place to protect your booking if this was to be the case, or if you were unable to make the trip due to being in isolation when the trip is due to take place.

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