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Coronavirus - COVID-19

Coronavirus, COVID-19 - What you need to know

As of 10th July 2020

After recent announcements we are delighted to announce that we will now be able to welcome you back from Sat 11th July 2020.

From the 10th July - 25th July we are unable to open our shared facilities (launderette, toilets, showers) & children’s play area.

 

From Mon 20th July we will be able to open our children's play area

From Sat 25th July we will be able to open our shared facilities.

From Sat 25th July we will reopen for camping. No Tents before this date.

 

New Procedures On Our Park

One of the requirements of visiting your seasonal caravan will be that you need to inform the park as to when you will be visiting. This means you will need to call the park ahead of arriving and let us know how long you will be visiting for each time you come. This is to support the Test, Trace, Protect scheme. Please ensure you call us beforehand, or you may be refused entry to park.

All our pitches are over 2 metres apart, so we remind you to follow social distancing guidance at all times

Please do not:

  • meet or gather with friends inside your caravan, who are not members of your extended household
  • allow children to roam unsupervised around the park so that they do not, albeit inadvertently, break the social distance rule.

Extended households

Two households are able to join together to form an extended household. This means all the people living in these two separate households will become part of one extended household for the purposes of the coronavirus restrictions. They will enjoy the same legal freedoms people living in individual households currently have – such as being able to meet indoors, have physical contact and stay in each other’s homes. This will apply to your accommodation on park. Only the people in your existing extended household will be able to meet inside your accommodation. There is no limit on the number of people who can be in an extended household, providing they all live in the two households being joined together.

https://gov.wales/coronavirus-regulations-guidance#section-39237

Seeing people outside your extended household

Members of two separate extended households (and any carers) are allowed to meet outdoors as long as you maintain social distancing. This does not need to be the same people from the same household every time. Maintaining the physical distancing measures while outdoors means there is a low risk of infection, but low risk does not mean no risk.

 

On arrival you will see signage in place on how you would need to follow certain guidelines around the park. This includes measures such as social distancing and other health and safety measures in place to protect you and our staff on park.

We have increased and up weighted our cleaning procedures across of our public areas and will continue to do so throughout your break. You will also notice an increase in hand sanitation stations on our park. Our facilities will be operating in line with the government Guidelines. You will see the social distancing measure we have put in place ready for your arrival.

At Trefalun, the health and safety of our Guests, Owners and Team is our number one priority.

 

Book with Confidence

We understand that you may be feeling unsettled given the rapidly changing situation surrounding Coronavirus. We have implemented our ‘Book with Confidence Guarantee’: We will guarantee that if the park is unable to open for Coronavirus related issues, we will move you break to another date free of charge or give you a full cash refund!

 

Where can I receive more information about Coronavirus?

We would advise you to check the GOV.WALES website for the most up-to-date information:

https://gov.wales/coronavirus

https://gov.wales/coronavirus-regulations-guidance

 

What can I do to protect myself?

Whether visiting our parks or planning to shortly we would ask all our guests and owners to take the following sensible Government Advice:

 

  • Washing hands regularly. Wash hands for at least 30 seconds and use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser if soap and water is not available. https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/best-way-to-your-hands/
  • Maintain good hygiene practices such as using tissues when coughing or sneezing and disposing of the tissue in a bin.
  • Please remember social distancing is the law, you must remain 2 metres apart

 

We would once again like to thank you for the time in which you have been patient with us during these difficult times. 

We look forward to seeing you back on park from the 11th and hope you have a fantastic summer and that the weather is kind. 

 

Warm Regards

The Trefalun Park Team


Trefalun Park is family run and prides itself on a personal and friendly service with many families returning year after year. Set within 11 acres, where it nestles in part of Pembrokeshire's finest scenery, the Park offers a quiet countryside setting for a relaxed and enjoyable caravanning or camping holiday.

The sheltered, level, well kept grounds provide ample space for all, and children can delight in the safety of the enclosed play area. Dogs are welcome at Trefalun Park and a special exercise area is provided for them.

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Nearby Tenby offers plenty to do with its bustling harbour and beautiful golden, sandy beaches. Within the Old Town Walls the cobbled streets reveal delightful shops, and the local restaurants and bars cater for all manner of tastes and pockets.

Saundersfoot is a lively centre where fishing and sailing trips from its busy harbour will thrill both young and old alike, whilst the charming picturesque village of St.Florence is renowned for its floral beauty and boasts a few quaint pubs.

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