It’s been a long lockdown for everybody. So we’re delighted to confirm that we can welcome you back to our luxury North Wales holiday cottages from mid-July.
Like much of the rest of the world, we have been living in an unexpected alternative reality since mid-March 2020. For many people it has been an incredibly tough time. We hope you and yours have kept safe and well.
Both a lot, and almost nothing at all, has happened since lockdown began. So many of the best things in life have been stuck on hold. We have missed our friends and extended families. We have missed you.
The great news is that things are starting to change.
On Friday 19 June, the first minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, announced that Wales could start to ease its lockdown restrictions, and that Welsh holiday cottages and communities would be able to welcome holidaymakers from Monday 13th July 2020.
Edit. This date as since been revised to the 11th of July.
We are pretty sure we heard a collective cheer echo from the highest peaks of Snowdonia right the way down to the sea. Wales has missed her visitors. Things just haven’t been the same without you.
Getting ready for our guests
It goes without saying that everybody at Dioni, and all of our highly professional cottage owners, will be united in their efforts to keep all of our guests as safe as possible.
Before we open our doors, we will be putting in place the most stringent cleaning protocols across our holiday cottage portfolio. Cleaning standards will be higher than ever, with a focus on double-clean procedures which will help to minimise any risk from Covid-19.
Our number one priority is that you have a happy and safe holiday.
Please go ahead and book with us as usual. We will make sure you get all the information you need ahead of your stay, with cottage-specific information upon your arrival.
For any specific concerns, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team. Otherwise, please enjoy the simple pleasure of choosing the perfect cottage for your summer 2020 staycation. After all the trials and anxieties of lockdown, you deserve it.
Stay well, and rest assured that all of us in North Wales are very much looking forward to seeing you again very soon.