Government regulations on COVID-19 change frequently. Before you travel, you need to ensure you have checked and understood the relevant regulations applicable to you, your location, your destination and the make-up of your party as it is your responsibility to comply.
Please note that the below is not legal advice and you must make sure you familiarise yourself with the relevant government regulations.
From 5 June 2021 up to and including 27 June 2021 (all areas of Scotland except those listed below): All of Scotland (except those listed below) is currently in Protection Levels 1 or 2. This means that single households or up to six people from a maximum of three households are permitted to stay overnight in self-catering accommodation, in line with rules on social gatherings. Children under 12 years old will not count towards the limit of six. Find out more here.
- From 28 June 2021 up to and including 12 July 2021: All of Scotland is expected to move to Protection Level 0 which again means that up to eight people from four households can stay overnight. Children under 12 years old will not count towards the limit of eight. Find out more here.
In a lot of cases, there are currently no end dates to these government imposed measures. The above options are currently only available if your booking is due to take place in the timeframes listed. If your booking is beyond those dates, it is too early to tell what restrictions will be in place at the time of your booking. If measures continue to be in place closer to the time of your booking, which would put you in breach of government regulations if you were to make use of your booking, rest assured that these options will be available to you then.
Where can I find the latest guidance from the government?