Since the UK governments announcement on the 4th January 2021 that the UK would be entering into lockdown 3.0 all glamping and camping sites have been forced to close. Many glamping sites in Cheshire and across the UK will operate on a seasonal basis and were planning to open at the start of April 2021. The glamping sites that operate year-round will have moved bookings to later in the season. The roadmap out of lockdown has been announced as steps with the dates for England being announced as 12th April 2021 for self catering with private facilities, outdoor rule of 6 or 2 households and no households mixing indoors . Step 3 (no earlier than 17th May) will see all remaining overnight accommodation re opening. This has not put people off wanting to have something to look forward to and bookings have been coming in for 2021. When the lockdown restrictions are relaxed & lifted it is anticipated that there will be a huge surge in bookings across the UK staycaytion market, with more people than ever opting for an outdoors break, plenty of fresh air and the opportunity to be close to nature.
Q 1 When will lockdown 3.0 end?
A 1 Steps 1 -4 have been announced with some Glamping reopening 12th April .
Q 2 Is it safe to book a glamping holiday?
Every site is different and so we can only answer for Lloyds Meadow, its worth having a look at their website for any Covid booking guarantees they may have. It is safe at Lloyds Meadow Glamping , there is a Covid Booking Guarantee in place which means a low deposit secures your break. If you need to change dates due to Covid symptoms, isolation instructions, local restrictions or other Covid issues that haven’t surfaced yet. That’s fine no problem we will move your dates for you up to 18 months, so if you book for April 2021 and you can’t travel then you can rebook up to September 2022. We won’t be going bankrupt or out of business, we own our land and all the glamping equipment without big bank loans or shareholders with demands.
Published February 2021 revisions when dates are known.