The health, safety and security of our guests is
our highest priority. Please take a moment to take note of how we are providing a safe environment to welcome our
Please note that our Covid-19 policies are
based on current UK government guidelines and are being constantly reviewed based on the latest advice. With that in mind, some of the information you receive at the time of booking may be out of
date by the time you arrive at the holiday cottages. Please check back on our Covid-19 Information page for the latest information for Hope Park Farm Holiday Cottages.
Anybody who is exhibiting symptoms or who
has any reason to believe they may have come into contact with the virus up to 14 days prior to their booking must follow the Government instruction to self-isolate, follow NHS guidelines and not
arrive at the property.
Guests that are already staying at the
property who show any symptoms must notify us (the owners), vacate the property and isolate at home.
We have updated our terms and
conditions to take account of Covid-19
View Terms & Conditions.
Some of the things we are doing at
Hope Park Farm to help minimise risks:
We will wear gloves, visors or masks and
aprons whilst cleaning the cottages, and will change these between cottages. We will take extra time and care to sanitise door handles, light switches, remote controls and any regularly touched items
and areas. We will air the cottages thoroughly. Our accommodation is always cleaned to a high standard and we intend to meet & maintain this standard before your arrival. Our risk
assessment statement provides more detailed information.
We will provide Hand Sanitiser, surface
sanitiser and hand soap in each cottage.
Tea, coffee sugar and milk are still provided. Other kitchen and bathroom essentials like washing up liquid, dishwasher
tablets, toilet paper are also provided.
The guest information folders are available in the cottages but are also now available to view online:
Heron Cottage Guest Information Folder
Curlew Cottage Guest Information Folder
We encourage guests to read the relevant
information for their cottage before contacting us if they are unsure about anything in the cottage during their stay.
You may want to consider bringing your own
towels, pillows and pillowcases (these will still be provided but you may prefer to use your own)
We ask that all guests follow the government
guidelines of social distancing and washing hands regularly. This is the responsibility of the guest.
We have had to extend the time that we
require to properly air, clean and sanitise the cottages so it is important that all guests depart no later than 9am and do not arrive before 5pm, so that we have as much time as possible. This is
for the safety of everyone - our guests (yourselves and future guests) and ourselves - and we very much appreciate your help and understanding with this by sticking to these
We also ask that you make sure the cottage
is tidy, you have removed all rubbish from all bins and elsewhere before you leave, and you have taken all your belongings.
If you would like to assist with our
protection, we’d be particularly grateful if you could strip your beds, including pillow and mattress protectors, and put the linen in the laundry bag provided in each bedroom. This will enormously
reduce our ‘handling’ of used bed linen and so reduce any risk to us.
We would like to thank you for your
co-operation in these extraordinary times, so that we can all stay safe & well.
COVID-19 RISK ASSESSMENT