Holiday group Haven has released a statement on how the changes in the coronavirus rules could impact guests.
Today saw the coronavirus rules changed in Wales, England and Scotland with people only able to meet in groups of six.
There are variations on the rule in various nations of the UK, with those explained here.
This has been done to control the rising number of Covid-19 cases.
This afternoon Haven – which owns Hafan y Mor in Pwllheli, Greenacres in Porthmadog, and Presthaven, at Gronant, near Prestatyn – released this statement.
It said: “We know from our guests that they have been keen to have a break with their families and friends and are aware that the changes to Government law could impact this, particularly with thousands of breaks planned during the October half term.
“As with all stages during the pandemic, we follow the Government legislation and encourage our guests to do likewise.
“The number of bookings we have of over six guests is fairly low and currently we have seen a small, but not significant amount of cancellations since the announcement, which comes off the back of strong sales for September and October breaks consistently increased by between 150 and 200% year on year every day.
“We are in the process of contacting all guests who are due to holiday with us from this week until the end of the season if their booking has more than six guests to ensure that they comply with the new regulations and to provide them with cancellation options if they do not.
“We have set up a web page for guests who may need some clarity over the rulings ( https://www.haven.com/about-us/announcement ) and guests who have breaks that are affected by changes to the law their holidays are protected by Haven’s free Coronavirus Book with Confidence Guarantee which we introduced in April.
“Any guest who is unable to travel due to these changes or local lockdown restrictions, can either move their break to an alternative date in 2020 or 2021 or cancel their break and receive a full refund.
“These changes can be made between 28 days and three days before the date they are due to arrive on park.”
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