The strategy set by the Welsh Assembly is a cautious road map to ease existing measure in a safe and measured way, subject to successfully controlling the virus and being able to monitor and react to its spread. Our small adults only touring park has a duty and desire to work with, and respect our local community, as we cautiously work towards a new normal.
Covid – 19 Safety Measures at Llwynifan Farm, South Wales Touring park.
We have implemented a number of corona virus safety measures to help protect you and ourselves, but we cannot do this without your cooperation.
We are doing everything we can to be COVID19-secure and are following guidance from the BH&HPA, and the Welsh Assembly We are incorporating these into our planning as necessary.
We re-opened on the 11th of July.
We want you all to enjoy your stay at Llwynifan Farm, so please, please, please, follow all on-site guidance closely, and be respectful, considerate, and courteous to each other at all times, PLEASE take note of the advice and guidance in the Virtual Welcome pack you will receive the day before arrival. There is a lot of information, but please spend 5 – 10min going through these instructions (If you have not received the password, please let us know)
If you know you have been exposed to the virus, and/or, if you or any member of your party are exhibiting any symptoms of the virus, please do not travel to us. We will happily move your booking to a later date or 2021. Please respect that we have a duty of care to all our guests, local community and cannot risk getting sick ourselves.
You cannot self-isolate at Llwynifan farm.
If for some reason the re opening date above is amended, or due to the virus, you are unable to come to us, we are happy to defer all of your affected holidays and any money paid (including deposits), to another date in 2020 or 2021 year. Our 2021 booking diary is now open click here. You will not lose your deposits or other money paid.
Finally, if you have any other concerns or questions, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch. This is a very strange time for us all, and we’re all learning to adapt to the new normal.
Take care everyone and we very much hope to see you in the Summer. We can’t wait to see you all and welcome you all to Llwynifan Farm – we’ve missed you all!
Covid-19 Safety Measures at
Llwynifan Farm: (Risk assessment)
- The following risk assessment is a “Live document” and is updated on a regular basis.
- You will receive a link to the detailed risk assessment in your Virtual Welcome pack, on the day before arrival. Below is the shorter “User friendly” version.
- Across the park, cleaning routines have been stepped up and comply fully with government guidance for cleaning in non-healthcare environments. This will include regular cleaning of all hard-surfaces and touch points such as door handles, taps etc.
- Additional hand sanitising stations located throughout the park.
Our new arrival procedures
The password to our Virtual Welcome pack which has information on, arriving at the park, shopping, dog walk, attractions, and other useful information, will be sent to you via email the day before arrival. Please keep an eye out for this, and spend 5 – 10min reading through the main page.
Please pay before arrival, on the same email there is a link to arrange full payment.
You will be asked to confirm that you don’t have any of the known symptoms of Covid19 , the day before your arrival, there will be a link on the pre arrival email, please complete this, as we need to keep this information for 21 days.
Please, please do not come if there is any chance you may have the virus.
There are changes to the arrival times, this is to reduce bottlenecks and tailbacks on the driveway. You will be informed before arrival, Hywel or Cathrin will call you the day before to discuss arrival times. Please note we are staggering these, please try and stick to withing 30min of the arrival time given.
Our reception area is closed, so check in will be done out side at a 2mtr distance.
Arrive at park as usual, stop by the information point if you do not know where your pitch is, stay in your vehicle, Hywel or Cathrin will see you and come and show you to your pitch, in a socially distanced manner.
If you know your pitch make you way up directly to the pitch, then call us on 01554 820420 / 01554 820333 let us know you’re here.
The reception will remain closed to guests, at least initially, and we will bring any items required out to you or leave them in the Information point in clearly marked paper bags.
Only guests that have booked in advance will be allowed on-site. For track and trace purposes any visitors MUST be registered with us. Please inform us of your visitors Names, Telephone number, arrival and departure times.
Our information point is open, we have placed hand sanitiser in this building please use it.
Book swap, shared parasols, have been taken away for the time being.
The fridge is for any items bought that needs to be kept cold. We sanitise this between uses, please use the hand sanitiser before you open the fridge door and again after you close it.
Please throw away any brochures you pick up, do not replace them.
Wear disposable gloves and a face mask if entering the information point.
We use a disinfecting “Fogging machine” in the information point between 1pm and 2pm.
Our toilets and shower facilities are open, HOWEVER, we will only allow one person in the ladies, and one in the gents at a time. WHERE POSSIBLE PLEASE USE YOUR OWN FACILITIES.
The hair dryer, is not to be used, as this would block the entrance to the showers.
Washing machine and Tumble dryer are available, however please wipe any touch points before and after use. Also please let Hywel or Cathrin know if you have used the tumble dryer, so we can clean out the filters.
Waste & Chemical Disposal:
Sanitizing hand gel is provided at the chemical emptying point and bin area – please use them.
There is also a bottle of Milton available after you have used the chemical emptying point, please spray it all.
Please tie your waste bin bags shut, and place them in the bins provided.
Please wear disposable gloves and a face mask when using these facilities. Also remember to wash your hands as soon as possible after using these facilities, guidance on effective hand-washing is provided.
We deep clean these areas twice a day, (Between 1-2pm) we use a fogging machine to disinfect them.
We request you leave before 12pm, this will give us time to clean the bollard on your pitch. We use Milton Professional Disinfecting Liquid to spray each bollard before the next guests arrives.
There are hygiene and social distancing signs around the park, please take note of these.
You must leave a minimum of 6m between you and your neighbours when pitching your van. Please take note of the pith layout below.
Serviced pitches Layout
Pitches 6, 7, 8, 9 Pitches 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
- Staying to this layout will mean ample spacing between you and your neighbour.
What you our guests can do
- Enjoy their caravan/ motorhome and the area of their pitch and public footpaths/ cycle routes through and around the park.
Walk freely on the park, at all times observing social distance from other park users and Llwynifan Farm Family members.
Bring soap, hand gel, gloves, toilet roll, disinfectant, hand sanitiser – just to be on the safe side.
Our local supplier fishmonger, milkman, fruit and veg delivery and BBQ/ breakfast packs all come to the park. (information is in our Virtual Welcome pack)
Please, at all times, show consideration and respect for our local community and observe social distancing.
Please call us on 01554 820420 / 01554 820333 or 07737 822288 to let us know your are about to depart. At the same time, please confirm whether or not any of your party are experiencing symptoms of the virus.
Questions or queries
If you have any questions or queries regarding your stay, or any aspect of our COVID-19 Secure procedures, please do not hesitate to get in touch CONTACT US