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Covid-19 Update – January 2021

Whilst the South West has, thankfully, fared better than much of the country during this health crisis, Bath and North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire and Wiltshire have all now been placed in Tier 3. Sadly, this means none of our members are able to welcome guests for holidays at the moment.

We can however accept guests who need to stay away from home for a limited number of reasons, such as for work or caring responsibilities. If you think your stay might come under any of the exceptions, please do check the regulations here and then get in touch with our members – we have a member who would be delighted to welcome you!

All our members take great care to ensure their properties are carefully prepared for guests, all have high standards of cleanliness and many have Visit England ‘Good to Go’ and AA ‘Covid Confident’ certificates, so you can be confident of a relaxing stay. You can quickly check the exact local authority and tier of any of our members using the Government’s tier postcode checker.

Of course, it is always good to have something to look forward to, so please do think of booking a stay for later in the year!

We are all looking forward to the better times ahead (and they WILL come!) and hope to see you in the very near future.

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