Book, Respect, Protect & Enjoy

As of May 17th England has moved to Step 3, this means...

    • Indoor hospitality can reopen, (including hotels, B&Bs and self-catering), this can be used by groups of up to six or two households. This enables larger groups to stay together if they are from two households, and a ‘household’ can include a support bubble where eligible, providing greater flexibility in the different situations faced by families and individuals.
    • Holiday parks and campsites can reopen toilet and shower facilities.
    • All attractions and entertainment can reopen, including cinemas, museums, and children’s play areas, with COVID-secure measures in place.
    • Up to six people or two households will be able to meet indoors and up to 30 people outdoors.
    • All remaining outdoor entertainment can reopen, such as outdoor cinemas and performances.
    • Some larger events will be able to take place, including conferences, theatre and concert performances, and sports events. (although restrictions on the number of attendees will remain)
    • Up to 30 people will be able to attend weddings, receptions, and commemorative events

 

If you are planning to visit Cornwall, it's liable to be busy this summer. Please book accommodation in advance, and be aware that although attractions, shops, restaurants and pubs will be open, they may still have restrictions on the number of people that can safely be inside the building. Again, many attractions, pubs and restaurants may need you to book in advance, so be prepared.

 

Book , Respect, Protect & Enjoy

To look after yourself, others, the environment, and our local community, and to ensure you have the best holiday please remember the following.

Book:  Book ahead, and just like last year it’s not just the accommodation you need to book in advance for but also dining, attractions and activities – this will ensure you can get the most out of your stay in Cornwall and are not disappointed.

Respect:  Please respect the countryside by keeping to the countryside code and respect local communities, as well as other visitors, by always showing tolerance and patience.  If you’d like further information, please click on the link below.

Protect:  Don’t forget to be aware of all Government public health guidance – Hands, Face, Space

Enjoy:  Please enjoy your stay with us and we hope you now can make those memories that will last a lifetime and we look forward to seeing you again soon.

 

If you are looking for somewhere to stay, try our Offers and Late availability pages, or if you are on Facebook join our new group. 

We look forward to welcoming you back to Cornwall. It’s still going to be a little different from normal, but we would rather you were safe and have a good time, take care and enjoy your holiday.

RNLI & lifeguards: Many of our Cornish beaches will have lifeguards on them this summer, please Respect the information and guidance they display, it's for your safety.

The Countryside Code: Always try to observe the Countryside Code, be it on the coast, on the moors and even in towns.