Latest Travel Advice

26/03/2021

26/03/2021

01/04/2021

Recent and upcoming changes

From 27 March

  • Stay local restrictions will be lifted

  • Self-contained accommodation can re-open

  • Outdoor children’s activities can take place

  • Libraries and archive services can re-open

  • 6 people from 2 households can meet outdoors, socially distanced.

WELSH RESIDENTS - Stay-local" rules will lift in Wales from Saturday and unrestricted travel within its borders will be allowed. Self-contained tourist accommodation - including many hotels and cottages - will also be able to open on Saturday. Click on the link above "Enquiry Form" to start your holiday journey at Trecco Bay - you will receive a response within 24 hours. The owner co-operative look forward to welcoming you on a well deserved holiday in  Wales.

WE can welcome non Welsh residents hopefully in two weeks: "But non-essential travel to and from other UK nations will be banned for at least two weeks."

SOURCE : https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-56522989

12/03/2021

Under current government guidance, our holiday parks is closed to all holidaymakers. We look forward to welcoming holidaymakers back to our park as soon as it is safely possible to do so.  If conditions permit, self-contained accommodation will be able to open from 27 March.

WE ARE TAKING BOOKINGS FOR APRIL 2 2021. ONWARDS.  Please note bookings are conditional on the caravan park being opened to visitors as per the government restrictions in place due to covid-19. We aim to keep our website updated with news as we have it and ask that you check your area government guidance for information relevant to your region.  

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21/09/20

Update: Until we hear from Parkdean Resorts on 22/09/20, Trecco Bay Resorts - Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, CF36 5PW is operating as business as normal.

Keep checking in here as we will post more news as we have it in relation to the Government news released today. See our earlier update for more information.

 

Stay safe!  Best wishes, Caroline.

21/09/20

Bridgend County (Trecco Bay) will be subject to local lock-down rules that come into force at 6pm on Tuesday September 22, 2020.  If you have a booking with us please email us to discuss your rescheduling options.  

Due to the growing number of counties affected by covid-19, we are unfortunately unable to take bookings for the remainder of September, up to mid October. I am sorry for any inconvenience caused during these uncertain times. 

Keep checking in here as we will post more news as we have it in relation to a relaxation of the lock-down rules and when we can welcome guests back to Parkdean Resorts Trecco Bay - Holly's First Stop Caravan Shop.

 

Stay safe!  Best wishes, Caroline.

23/10/2020

Current restrictions for Bridgend County and Trecco Bay - FIRE BREAK ANNOUNCED

From Friday 23rd October until Monday 9th November the following rules will apply:

  • You must stay at home except for very limited reasons, such as essential travel for work.

  • You must not visit other households or meet other people you do not live with, either indoors or outdoors.

  • All leisure, hospitality and non-food retail business will be closed.

22/09/20

Trecco Bay Resorts - Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, CF36 5PW is temporarily closing at 6pm Tuesday 22nd September 2020 as there is a lock-down enforced due to Covid-19 in the country of Bridgend.

Keep checking in here as we will post more news as we have it in relation to today's news. See our earlier update for more information.

 

Stay safe!  Best wishes, Caroline.

19/02/2021

First Minister Mark Drakeford has revealed details of what the coronavirus rules will be in Wales for the next 3 weeks.

All of Wales is at alert level 4. What must be closed at alert level 4

  • Holiday accommodation (open only if essential only, for example for work or other reasons)

  • Leisure and fitness facilities

  • Hospitality (except for takeaway and delivery)

  • Nightclubs and adult entertainment venues

02/11/2020

First Minister Mark Drakeford has revealed details of what the coronavirus rules will be in Wales after the fire-break lockdown - a few points are listed below:

  • There will be no travel restrictions within Wales for residents

  • There will be new arrangements to meet indoors in other settings, such as pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants

  • In relation to organised activity, up to 15 people can take part in an indoors activity and up to 30 in outdoors activity, providing all social distancing, hand hygiene and other Covid safety measures are followed.

  • Business premises reopen from Monday, November 9

  • Two metre social distancing and the need to wear masks in enclose public distancing remains in place/

Mr Drakeford urged people to do as much as they could to limit their contact with other people.