Coronavirus worldwide outbreak
29 July 2021
From 16 August 201, fully-vaccinated people will no longer have to self-isolate upon arrival (though you will require a test before you travel and a few days after you have arrived).
If you want to make a booking you must have a trip cancellation insurance policy OR fully accept that deposit and final payments already made are non-refundable. Your trip insurance should cover you if you request a change to your dates after confirmation (some airlines have already started cancelling or bumping to a different date after booking) or cancel due to any circumstances. When I start reserving rooms and booking taxis and luggage transfer for your tour I will have a contract with them to provide the service for you.
THERE ARE SOME SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS YOU are responsble for your own health risks There is still a threat of cancellation because of the Coronavirus worldwide outbreak. The new rules have now been confirmed.
Remember better to be safe and NOT come until 2022. We are supporting the health of our suplliers and our customers by delaying opening bookings. We also want you to have a good experience free of worry, and where places are open to eat and drink. We have experienced LATE and CANCELLED trains, due to operating staff being laid off for being in contact with a person with coronavirus. This can mean a long wait and overcrowded trains that follow with no seat reservations - not something we think you'll want to start and finish your journey.
Hotels & Bed & Breakfasts have not yet fully opened for bookings (due to lack of staff and Kitchens and bars may not be open). Some Cafes and Pubs are opening with distancing restrictions and only with outside seating. Many insist on pre-booking for meals (to control numbers in a room). There are some areas of Britain, where travel restrictions are mandatory. Restrictions may come into force at a moments notice if dictated by National or local Governments.