From January 4th, all of England will be in a national lockdown. Very sadly, this means that we won’t be welcoming any guests until at least the middle of February.
Over the next few days, we’ll be contacting all guests due to arrive within the next six weeks by email. If you haven’t seen a message by Thursday January 7th, please check your spam folder.
We are still taking bookings from March 1st onwards. All new bookings are now made with our ‘Coronavirus Booking Guarantee‘, which guarantees that guests have the flexibility to move their holiday dates if restrictions mean that their stay cannot go ahead. No refunds will be offered.
What will it be like when Peaks and Pods can reopen?
Our five pods are self-contained and situated on a rural farm with plenty of outside space and fresh air. The safety of our guests and our staff is our number one priority and we’ve fine tuned all our procedures. Changes include enhanced cleaning of the pods and the shared areas, detailed staff training and social distancing measures.
In 2020, we were awarded Visit Britain’s ‘We’re Good to Go’ industry standard, which means that we can demonstrate that we are adhering to the Government and public health guidance. We also carried out a risk assessment and put detailed cleaning checklists in place. This will be reviewed again before we reopen.
Rule of six – We are no longer able to take bookings for more than one pod if six or more friends or family members will be staying at the same time. This also applies to bookings made separately but by friends or family who total more than six (including children). Please contact us by email if you think these rules might affect your booking.
Group bookings – We are not taking any group bookings for 2020 or 2021.
QR Code – We display a QR code in each pod and ask guests to scan it with their NHS COVID-19 App on arrival. We’re required by law to display the QR code and to ask guests to check in this way to help trace and stop the spread of Coronavirus.
Rules are changing regularly (and quickly) and we are keeping up to date with developments. Please get in touch via email – email@example.com – if you have any questions or need to get in touch about your booking. We’re dealing with lots of enquiries at the moment, so please be patient and know that we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
We are dealing with all enquiries via email only at the moment – firstname.lastname@example.org.
We thank you for your patience, support and understanding at this challenging time.
Take care and stay safe.
Joanne and John