Welsh Tourism Guidance for Covid19
Options for reopening and a final decision will be made at the next review of the regulations on 9 July.
Bookings can be made for stays after 13 July, but this is at people’s own risk and they should check with the accommodation provider before they book.
Hotels and other serviced accommodation (e.g. B&Bs, hostels, etc.) that do provide en-suite rooms and can provide room service meals. This does not include private facilities that are access via a corridor
Other accommodation that is entirely self-contained (e.g. self-catering cottages, apartments, etc.)
Glamping or any other accommodation with en-suite shower/bath, WC and kitchen facilities
Holiday caravans (statics and twins, including those marketed as lodges but constructed to the statutory definition of a caravan) where they have their own on-board shower/bath, WC and kitchen facilities
Seasonal touring caravans, motorhomes and campervans (with agreement to remain on pitch) where they have their own on-board shower, WC and kitchen facilities
Touring caravans, motorhomes and campervans where they have their own on-board shower, WC and kitchen facilities
Caravan and touring sites will need to ensure the strict application of industry guidance on shared waste disposal and water points.
All shared facilities, aside from water and disposal points will remain closed including toilets, shower blocks, laundry, restaurants, nightclubs, swimming pools, children’s play areas, bars, cafes, etc.
Caravan parks are closed by law so holiday caravan owners will not be able to access their caravans until 13th July, not even for day visits.