Covid-19 FAQs

FAQS regarding Covid-19 and our sites

We understand that you may have some questions or queries you wish to ask before making a booking at the current time or you may have questions about your upcoming booking.

We have also provided some frequently asked questions below that should help to answer any queries you may have. We hope that this information will be helpful, and it includes the information our team will be able to give you should you contact us.

This page is kept up to date as frequently as possible, but please accept our apologies for any delays in updating this information following any new government announcements.

what are you doing to increase hygiene on site?

We take great pride in already maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene on our sites. Given the effects of COVID-19, we have taken additional measures on our sites to make our cleaning and hygiene protocols even more rigorous including placing Hand Sanitiser stations in higher traffic areas around the campsite.

Our Site teams will receive ongoing briefings and training protocols, and we will increase the frequency of cleaning our communal areas (including shops, door handles, bathrooms, etc.) continuing the use of high-grade disinfectants and sanitisers.

Covid Leaflet.pdf

what social distancing measures are you putting in place?

Due to our large site layout and generous pitch sizes of 10m apart, our sites are already perfectly set up for social distancing measures in wide open spaces, so you can relax by your tent in peace and play safely on site.


what will happen if a member of my group has Covid and / or is awaiting test results?

It is important that you follow current Government advice on isolating and testing. Any amendments to your booking can be made as per our cancellation policy which is linked to lower down this page.


how are you ensuring food and drinks on site are safe?

Government and scientific advice is that it is very unlikely that you can catch coronavirus from food or packaging as COVID-19 is a respiratory illness. It is not known to be transmitted by exposure to food or food packaging. Although it is very unlikely that coronavirus is transmitted through food, Embers Camping will continue to follow our high standards of hygiene practices.


what will happen if my booking needs to be cancelled?

There is currently no reason to believe that bookings after this date will need to be canceled. If in the very small chance there is If any future Government advice means that our campsites will be closed at the time of your booking, you will be offered a deferment to a date later in the 2021 or 2022 seasons.