We will always try and offer the best advice on the current Covid-19 situation when making your booking. However, at the end of the day we all have a responsibility, as described in this post from the department of culture, media and sport.
"While Businesses should take reasonable steps to ensure that customers are complying with the law on things like the Rule of Six and going on holiday with other households, the legal responsibility for compliance is with the customer and not the business."
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The Rule of 6 law currently has no expiry date meaning that we cannot accept any new bookings for groups that fall outside of that law. In simple terms this means
1. Guests can stay as six individuals from six households currently, but must socially distance
2. It is possible for us to accept a booking for more than six if they all live together permanently under one roof = 'One Household'
3. It is possible to accept a booking for a 'Household Bubble'. A 'Household Bubble' is a household as in 2 above, plus one adult that lives permanently alone, and has formed a permanent bubble with the 'Household'.
I have owned and let South Wing since early 2008. My family and I are also regular visitors and love the house and local area where we have many friends and family members. We've hosted more than 500 groups with many returning year after year and we look forward to seeing you at South Wing soon! Andrew Wyborn, owner.