Pure Leisure Group Coronavirus update 19th July 2021
Good news – in line with the Government announced roadmap our park is now open to both Owners and Holidaymakers in all accommodation types.
The below FAQ’s have been updated in accordance with the latest government roadmap. For clarity, you can find more information on the following link – https://www.gov.uk/government/news/prime-minister-sets-out-roadmap-to-cautiously-ease-lockdown-restrictions
Covid-19 FAQs – Holiday Home Owners
1. Can Holiday Home Owners come to the Holiday Park to use or visit their Holiday Home?
Holiday home owners can now travel to and stay over in their holiday home.
Covid-19 FAQs – Holidaymakers
1. How many people can stay together?
There is now no restriction on how many different households may stay in the same holiday accommodation. As always, you should not exceed the stated occupancy of your holiday home.
2. Can I make a booking now?
Yes, you can book holidays for the latter part of 2021 online using the following link www.pure-leisure.co.uk/holidays or by contacting our Holiday Reservation Team by telephone – 01524 781453.
3. Do I have to wear a mask?
We encourage all owners and guests to wear masks in enclosed spaces, for example inside reception, shops and when moving around bars or restaurants.
Our staff will continue to wear masks in all public areas on the parks.
4. Do I have to book a table for the Bar or Restaurant?
Booking is not required, but recommended at popular times to avoid disappointment.
We will continue to operate table service only in our restaurants.
5. What are your cleaning procedures?
We are continuing our high level of cleaning and touch point disinfection, as we have throughout the pandemic, along with all housekeeping controls.
6. Are any other measures staying in place?
We will continue to have plastic screens in place at service points, for example in reception and at till points.
Hand sanitizer will remain readily available across parks and we encourage you to use it regularly.
We will also maintain existing methods of increased ventilation in enclosed spaces, for example in shower blocks, launderettes and site offices.