Latest update from the house of lords states holidays to reopen from the earliest of 12th April

Following Today's Announcement to the House of Commons

An update to owners in light of Boris Johnson’s update to the House of Commons, stating self-catering accommodation to reopen from 12 April at the earliest.

Dear Ambassadors,

We hope everyone is keeping safe and well. We are sending you this update in light of Boris Johnson’s announcement to the House of Commons this afternoon.

  • 12th April at the earliest: Non-essential retail, hairdressers, nail salons, gyms and outdoor areas in hospitality venues (such as beer gardens) set to reopen - along with libraries, museums, zoos and theme parks. Self-contained accommodation will reopen, but people will only be able to stay with members of their household.

As the above announcement for the opening of certain areas covers self-contained accommodation, we plan and hope to look forward to welcoming you back on the 12th of April, with any possible restrictions. We will send out a full update based on today’s announcement throughout the coming week, as we digest the government's four-step plan.

Thank you for all your continued support.

Stay safe.

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