Le Grange Gites - Coronavirus - COVID-19
To all guests we have created this webpage to try to help in answering any questions you may have about the Coronavirus Pandemic
We will update this webpage as soon as we can with any new information we receive:
Please be assured that we have been making good progress on being COVID-19 safe. For your protection and the protection of others, your Gite garden is independent. You have your own outside table and chairs with parasol and BBQ. For the communal pool we are, for 2020, dedicating one set of sun loungers, small table and sun parasol to each Gite. Each set are also more than 2M apart.
If you have a booking or wish to make a new booking, and have any questions please just feel free to email or telephone us, we will do our best to help and advise you
At the current time as always we ask that you visit the FCO website for information about travel to France.
You can see their updates by following the link below and we advise you just keep an eye on any changes
France had taken strong measures early to try and stop the spread of this virus as quickly as possible and seem to have made good progress
You will also now need to complete a Public Health Passenger Locator Form, please click the link below, You cannot submit this form until 48 hours before your arrival time in the UK, The information you provide will be used to contact you if a passenger on your flight, ship or train tests positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).
Public Health Passenger Locator Form
All of our reservations are subject to our standard terms and conditions supplied to you when you booked.
However for 2020 Bookings we have changed our policy on the final balance payment due date to
allow you to pay this balance 4 weeks before the start of your holiday rather than the usual 10 weeks,
this is to give our customers more time to make an informed decision,
for all new customers also, this same change will apply
Face Coverings - It has also been announced that face masks or face coverings have to be worn in Public enclosed places until further notice, such as museums, shops, supermarkets, restaurants etc., the same rules have also recently been applied within the UK from 24th July, so we just suggest that you bring some masks with you, as you may well need them, in bars or restaurants you need to wear them on entry and exit and when going to pay or going to the toilet, not of course when you are sat at your table, it just seems good common sense
We can assure you that we are ready for the season and to offer you your holiday as booked
Thank you for your confidence and your time in reading this, Simon and Lesley
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