Dear Owners at Brynteg and Plas Coch,
Throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, our goal has been to protect the health, safety and well-being of our teams, our owners and our holidaymakers, whilst at the same time as adhering fully to all Government guidelines and ensuring that we protect and support our valued local communities.
Further to the First Minister’s statement on 19th October 2020, Wales have announced a 17-day ‘fire break’ meaning that the Welsh Government has prohibited any visitors to holiday parks in Wales from 23rd October 2020 until 9th November 2020.
We apologise for the inconvenience caused and trust that you will be supportive of this approach from the First Minister and will be respectful of the decisions taken by the Welsh Government. Please find below information to support you to comply with the Governments instruction.
What should I do if I am currently staying in my holiday home at Brynteg or Plas Coch Country & Leisure Retreats?
If you are currently staying on park, in accordance with the Welsh Governments ‘fire break’ guidelines, we would ask that you make the necessary arrangements to return to your primary residence on 23rd October 2020.
The ‘fire break’ guidelines require that all visitors leave Wales by 6pm on Friday 23rd October. We would therefore ask you to please ensure that you vacate your holiday home by 12noon, on the 23rd October 2020, to allow plenty of time to cross the Welsh border by 6pm. Owners will be unable to visit Wales for holidays, or use of your holiday home, from 23rd October until 9th November 2020.
I am currently not on park, when can I visit my holiday home?
The Welsh Government have announced a ‘fire break’ with enforced restrictions meaning that you are not permitted to visit Wales for holidays, or use of a holiday home, until 9th November 2020.
I have a holiday home at Brynteg or Plas Coch Country & Leisure Retreat, and my primary residence is also in Wales, am I therefore able to use my holiday home?
Unfortunately, even if you currently reside in Wales, the ‘fire break’ rules mean that you are not permitted to holiday, or use a holiday home, in Wales until 9th November 2020.
Please rest assured that during this fire break period we will be keeping in touch with you and continuing to look after our park in readiness for your return to park. We do expect the Welsh Government to make a further announcement towards the end of the ‘fire break’ period, and are hopeful that restrictions will then allow all owners to return to their holiday homes by 10am on the 9th November 2020. Our team will keep track of all Government updates and will keep you informed on any changes via email and the owners lounge website.
On behalf of the teams at Brynteg and Plas Coch Country & Leisure Retreat, we thank you for your understanding at this challenging time.
N.B. All holiday home images are for visual purposes only. All holiday homes will be provided according to the grade booked, however the holiday home model may vary upon arrival.