1. Travel advice / Self Isolation
1.1: In accordance with Scotland’s government guidelines you must not travel/visit if
you are experiencing symptoms including but not limited to raised temperature,
persistent cough, loss of sense of taste or smell, or any other symptom listed on
1.2: You must also inform us immediately should such symptoms occur whilst you are staying with us, and you should immediately book a test through NHS Inform or, if you can’t get online by phoning 0800 028 2816 giving your holiday address and the point of contact.
In accordance with Test and Protect, people with symptoms are required to self-isolate for at least 7 days, and everyone in the household should isolate for 14 days. If the test is negative, everyone can end isolation. If the test is positive, everyone should continue to isolate, and the NHS Test and Protect team will be in touch to start contact tracing. Those contacted through the Test and Protect programme will be required to self-isolate for at least 14 days. If you can travel home safely to isolate, avoiding the use of public transport, you should do this. In the event that this is not possible, you should discuss this with the NHS Test and Protect team. You may be signposted to the National Assistance Helpline on 0800 111 4000 if you need help to isolate and cannot arrange it yourself or through friends and family. In some circumstances further discussion may be required with the local Health Protection Team and local authority to ensure that you have suitable accommodation to isolate safely and effectively. After the required period of self-isolation, you and anyone else in your party who has been affected can then return to their main place of residence.
1.3: Any length of stay beyond your original contract with us will be charged at the relevant rate.
1.4: You must inform us if, within one week of departure, you or any of your fellow
guests develop Covid 19 symptoms.