Hospitality venues required to enforce rule of 6, NHS QR code posters and contact logs.
Hospitality venues in England are legally required to enforce the rule of 6. As from Thursday 24 September, businesses will also need to display the official NHS QR code posters to make it easier for people to check-in at different premises once the app is rolled out nationally. If individuals choose to check-in using the QR code poster they do not need to log in via any other route.
For more information visit www.gov.uk
On 23rd June the Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the Holiday accommodation can re-open from the 4th July 2020.
During these difficult times, the safety of our guests and our staff is of paramount importance to us. Below are the details of the extra measures we are implementing to help protect our guests.
The situation is changing daily. We continue to follow guidance from the government, and we are keeping our policies under constant review.
Welcome to Sunflower Holiday Cottage. We hope you have a lovely stay with us.
Following HM Government Covid-19 safety guidelines.
We apologise if the cottage appears bare and basic but this is to facilitate cleaning and infection control.
We have removed the following:
The beds will be made up as usual and towels will be provided too.
Please strip your beds on departure day and pop the Laundry in the grey Laundry bin provided.
The cottage has been cleaned and disinfected before your arrival.
If you should become unwell whilst staying in the cottage please contact us so we can take the necessary steps.
Thank you for your understanding and help with keeping us all safe and well.
Naomi and Ian.