I hope our lockdown diary has brightened some of your past 105 days. As we cautiously reopen I would like to thank so many of you for your messages of support. We have just received confirmation that we are ‘Good to Go’ by Visit England for following all recommended guidelines. See you soon!
Progressive re-opening from 4th July
Update Tuesday 7th July 2020
We are all delighted to be open once again!
– Holiday Home owners are now free to return.
– Seasonal Touring Pitch holders are free to return now but must use their own onboard facilities until further notice.
– Cottages can now be booked
-Glamping Cabins can now be booked
– New touring bookings can now be made but initially only for units that can use their own facilities.
-Hobbit Holes and Pods cab be booked now.
-Camping pitches, VW’s and small motorhomes can be booked now.
The bar will be open every night for seated guests with social distancing and a one way system.
The shop will be open through the outside serving hatch until further notice.
More information to follow as it becomes available. We will adjust and fine tune these measures as our experience of living with COVID19 grows.
All our guests need to be mindful of the community within which we operate. This is our community and is not to be put at risk. The majority of you have visited us before so already know that without the support of our local community we could not operate.
Extra vigilance to provide generous social distancing and very slow driving along the access lanes is the minimum we would expect from our customers. Anyone not abiding by this request will be required to leave.
The welfare of our team is also vital. We will be providing contactless check-ins to all our guests. Face to Face contact will be at an absolute minimum. Our cleaning staff will be using appropriate PPE and fogging machines before and after cleans.
You, our customers will be provided with an environment where you can enjoy your holiday in safety. But you must be responsible for your own safety and consider the safety and wellbeing of all others at all times. There will be a minimum 1m+ social distancing requirement at all times on site. Anyone not abiding by this request will be required to leave.
The world is returning to a new normal and we are excited to be a part of it. As ever we will be considering sustainability in all our business decisions.
Daniel Holder – Managing Director
The Quiet Times Lake District Lock Down Diary
The BBC spent the morning at The Quiet Site filming and interviewing ahead of tomorrow’s reopening.
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Ideally situated in Ullswater, the very heart of Cumbria’s Lake District National Park, there’s no better place to stay. Enjoy the stunning scenery that The Quiet Site is nestled in and enjoy the local walks, fells, lakes, cycle tracks, shops and so much more.