We are closed with immediate effect (from 23rd March 2020).
We are sure you will all agree that this past week has been unprecedented for everyone, not least for those of us privileged to host properties in the tourism industry. The world is reeling with the speed the Coronavirus is taking over, each one of us finding ourselves facing the stark new reality that our day to day as we know it has been turned upside down.
Being able to offer families, couples and individuals a window of time away in which they can watch their children play, relax and simply reconnect with a quieter pace of life in this beautiful part of the UK is a great joy. It’s what we love doing and what we have done for 31 years, raising our family in the process. We look forward to being able to continue offering holidays in the near future.
Since the Government’s recent announcements of mass closures of public places and urgent appeals for us to all stop all non-essential travel, Andy and I have been soul searching for the right way forward. It is with very sad and heavy hearts that we are therefore closing the doors at Croft Farm & Celtic Cottages from Monday 23rd March, not least to help protect the fragile NHS services and supply chains that we have here in West Wales. For those in any doubt as to why we are closing, the following documents were also announced online on Sunday 22nd March 2020 by the UK Government, and Pembrokeshire County Council officials:
For all those with holidays already booked with us, we will be in touch via email over the coming days. We want to reassure you that you will be able to defer your holiday or accept tokens which may help you spread the love.
Until we know more we feel it is too early to take further bookings for April, May and June.
We will continue to closely monitor Government recommendations and will keep you updated.
Thank you for your understanding at this difficult time.
Andy, myself, and the rest of the Croft Farm & Celtic Cottages team look forward to welcoming you back very soon.
Stay safe and keep well!