Visit Mid Wales Safely
Visit Mid Wales Safely

Your COVID-19 guide to Mid Wales

Wales is moving out of alert level four, and starting to move into level three

From March 27 2021:
Self-contained holiday accommodation in Wales, including hostels with en-suite facilities and room service, can reopen to people from the same household or support bubble.

From April 12 2021:

All remaining non-essential retail and close contact services are allowed to reopen, while the rules have also changed to allow travel into and out of Wales from the rest of the United Kingdom and Common Travel Area.

The Common Travel Area means the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and the Republic of Ireland.

From Saturday 24th April

Up to 6 people from 6 houses will be able to meet outside.

From Monday 26th April

Outdoor hospitality can reopen




Let's make a promise together

2020 has given us the chance to slow down.
To pause. To appreciate this corner of the world that we call home.

It’s reminded us of the things we hold dear...
Ein bro a’n byd — our community, and our world.

And now we pledge to look after those things:

To protect the beauty that’s around us.
To tell the stories that shape us.
To care for those who live and visit here.

As we dip our toes in the sea, dust off our walking boots, or set out on an epic adventure, let's make a promise together — to do the little things that will make a big difference.

Make your promise to Wales.

Welsh Government Advice

You must not:
  • Meet other households indoors

From 27 March:
  • Stay local restrictions 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

From 12 April:

  • All remaining non-essential retail and close contact services can reopen
  • Travel into and out of Wales from the rest of the United Kingdom and Common Travel Area is allowed

You must continue to:

  • Wear a face covering where required
  • Wash your hands regularly
  • Stay 2 metres from anyone you do not live with
  • Self-isolate when told to do so by NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect.

A note from Mid Wales Tourism

We appreciate the respect our visitors are showing to our rural region. Thank you for helping to keep our communities safe.

Now, more than ever, our local tourism businesses in Mid Wales appreciate your support.

Why book through our website?

  • Deal direct with the business
  • Be assured your details are secure
  • Business regularly update their availability – all our members are happy to chat with you if you have any COVID-19 concerns
  • No commission on bookings - does not cost you, or the business, to book through Visit Mid Wales

Thank you - Diolch

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