It's finally approaching - 4th of July! We really can't wait to welcome guests back to Tamar Valley Cottages. Needless to say, you will notice a few changes. In this post, we offer 6 tips for making the most of your first holiday post-lockdown.
We are due to reopen on Saturday 4th July and we can't wait to welcome people back. There are a number of measures we are taking that we would like guests to be aware of. Read More to view.
Following the government's guidance, we are delighted to confirm that we are planning to open from Saturday 4th July 2020
Needless to say, we are going to exhaustive measures to ensure that our hygiene procedures are thorough and consistent, and we are closely following all relevant directives from the government. There is nothing more important to us than your safety, and we will be providing further details to all guests who stay with us.
This means that we are accepting bookings for breaks taking place from 4th July 2020 onwards.
If anything should change, we are offering all guests a money-back guarantee, plus the option to move to other available dates where necessary.
We simply cannot wait to welcome our guests back to our corner of Cornwall. Restaurants, pubs and other attractions are beginning to open with precautions in place, and the wonderful landscapes of Cornwall are just as beautiful.
We hope to see you all again soon! Stay safe.
David, Rachel, Charlotte, Timmy, Jago, and Hunter.
Further to the recent government announcements, the Team at Tamar Valley Cottages just wanted to let you know our plan of action to combat the spread of Coronavirus.
The Government have passed legislation that requires all Holiday Accommodation to close for the time being. This is being enforced by Cornwall Council and is subject to inspection.
At Tamar Valley Cottages we are lucky enough to be in a fairly rural isolated location and as such, we hope that this will assist us in keeping free from Coronavirus.
We have always had a rigorous policy of maintaining our cottages spotlessly clean and fully sanitised before and after each booking. This continues to be our top priority.
The safety and health of our Guests is our number one priority. Therefore, when we reopen, in addition to our normal cleaning, we will be following the current NHS Guidelines and ensuring that we adhere to their advice on preventing the spread of any germs. I hope that this will give you full confidence that when you do come and stay with us, you will be doing so in a safe environment.
We are missing you all dreadfully and are longing for the time that you can come and stay with us again. The minute we are allowed to, all our cottages will be reopened in anticipation of your arrival.
In the meantime our thoughts are with you during this awful period. We hope that you remain safe and that we can welcome at Tamar Valley Cottages very soon.
With best wishes,
David Wright and the Team
What an amazing array of activities this February half-term. All the National Trust properties are offering fun-filled events, and there's plenty of other highlights too - from battle reenactments, to blowing glass, to bird bingo! Something for everyone. Let us know if we've missed something.
If you’re a vegetarian or vegan, no doubt you will appreciate the gradual rise in establishments that offer suitable food in and around North Cornwall. We’re not talking a tired vegetable bake or sloppy risotto, but creative and delicious meat-free options - read on!
It's Christmas! As you can imagine, most tourist attractions (including National Trust properties) have events and celebrations lined up, but here are some extra events in and around North Cornwall for you to consider, in date order. Have a wonderful time!
Recently we sampled some soaps from the Clovelly Soap Company and wow - we were blown away! Beautiful fragrances and rich moisturising lather, we knew we had found a new supplier for our cottages. We were so impressed, we bought in stock to offer our guests and their friends at massively discounted prices. Interested? Read on....
If you're in North Cornwall at the end of October, there are some wonderful bonfire and firework events - including silent events for four-legged friends and those of a nervous disposition. Have we missed any great events? Let us know in the comments below!
Hocus pocus and historic houses, bees and bric-a-brack - this October half-term has a variety of events lined up in North Cornwall to keep the whole family amused. Have we missed something? Let us know in the comments below!
With the Summer School holidays already on us, we thought we would gather a few highlights from the countless events in the area. Most visitor attractions are holding their own events, and local libraries are also running different activities for children, but here are a few extra activities that could be worth a look!
Have you stayed with us before, with your four-legged friend? If so, we hope you'll be in a position to enter our new competition! Read more to find out how.
Visitors to our cottages are often familiar with the newest pup in the Tamar Valley Cottages family. Charlotte is a happy little character who is full of life and love. But we soon realised, there was something not quite right...
With the May School holidays fast approaching, we thought we would gather as many of the events in and around North Cornwall and Devon to help you plan your activities for the school holidays. This year, there's everything from funfairs to traction engines, dog shows to open gardens. Have we missed out an event? Let us know in the comments below - and have a great holiday!
Once again, the South West has excelled in this year's Blue Flag awards with 32 beaches in the entire region scooping the accolade, out of just 71 nationwide. Cornwall & Devon have been awarded 21 Blue Flags between them, and Devon has had a stellar year with 14 award-winning beaches. To see the full list, read more.