All of our properties re-opened on 3rd July, in line with Scottish government guidance. Check out this page for full details on all our properties and online booking.
IMPORTANT UPDATE 23RD SEPTEMBER 2020
The Scottish government have announced new rules which mean that only ONE household can stay in a self catering property. If your party consists of guests from more than ONE household, please contact us immediately. Please remember that if you placed your booking after 8th June 2020 it is covered by our insurance but you must cancel between 60 and 2 days prior to your arrival date in order to claim a refund. Please read our terms and conditions for full details and remember it is your responsibility to ensure that you are not contravening any of the current government rules and regulations by proceeding with your booking.
In order to allow time for our cleaning contractors to follow the additional cleaning protocols now in place and carry out the fogging treatment of properties when appropriate, we have had to adjust our arrival and departure times. Check in will now be 5pm for one and two bedroom properties and 6pm for three and four bedrooms. In addition, check out is 9.30am rather than the usual 10am.
Please note that from 10th July 2020 it will be mandatory in Scotland to wear face coverings in all shops. Please ensure that you bring face coverings/masks with you for your stay with us. Please also be aware that under the current Scottish government cleaning protocols we are not allowed to enter the property during your stay so, we are not able to offer mid stay cleans and linen changes for 2 week bookings, however we will leave you an extra set of linen and towels. In addition, we are now offering local shortbread on the welcome tray instead of home baking.
As from 8th June 2020 all new bookings placed with us will be covered by Master Cancel insurance which guarantees you a refund of the rental cost if you have to cancel for any reason, including Covid-19. Terms & Conditions apply, please be sure to read them very carefully.
This is a very difficult time for us all but if we all do as we are being asked, we will get through this. We very much hope that once this is over and life returns to normal, we can depend on your support to help us rebuild tourism in both our local area and Scotland as a whole. For up to date information and local guidance for our area please visit the Visit Aberfeldy page here
Please keep an eye on our website and social media pages for updates.
Take care and stay well and remember, if we all follow the social distancing rules, this will be over soon.