Nanteos vs Covid-19 update 9th April 2021

Dear Friends,

It looks like I can finally say,”Welcome back”.

During the current lockdown we have been preparing the mansion to receive guests once more. At long last the light at the end of the tunnel appears to be getting closer and we are looking forward to returning to some form of normality. It has been a tough year for everyone and all businesses. The hospitality sector has suffered much, but we are overjoyed with the easing of restrictions allowing us to make a stepped return to opening our doors and welcoming guests again.

Recent announcements regarding the rules in Wales including the First Minister’s comment:-

“Last week, we set out our programme to further re-open the economy and relax the restrictions we have lived with for so long, as part of our careful, step-by-step approach to keeping everyone safe. This week, because of the improvements we continue to see, we can bring forward some of our plans.” Suggest further restrictions may be eased sooner than originally stated should the reduction in the cases of COVID 19 continue.

As it stands today I can confirm the following; From this coming Monday 12th April:-

We are partially open and will be welcoming guests on a bed and breakfast basis with choices from our full breakfast menu delivered via room service.

In two weeks time on 26th April the following easing of restrictions will come into being; Hospitality can resume outdoor service , but indoor hospitality will remain restricted. Organised outdoor activities for up to 30 people will be able to take place Wedding receptions for up to 30 people can take place outside.

These are small steps to returning to normal business, but nevertheless welcome after so many months of closure. The team at Nanteos look forward to welcoming new and returning guests with our customary friendliness.

I hope you and yours have kept safe and well, and that with continuing vigilance and precautions we will all be back to normal soon.

With my very best wishes


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