The 2022 season: what you need to know
Berthlwyd Hall Holiday Park - February 13th 2022
... and just like that the Winter close-down is almost over as we get ready to welcome back out holiday home owners across all three of our parks on 1st March.
What you need to know: Welsh COVID guidance
We realise it has been difficult keeping on top of COVID guidance between Wales and England but Wales has now moved into alert level 0.
What does this mean?
There no longer any restrictions on travelling in and out of Wales. It also means it is no longer mandatory to show COVID passes when entering venues such as bars and restaurants - this includes Molly's and The Tavern on the Bay.
However, please note that face coverings are still to be worn in retail and healthcare settings, as well as on public transport.
Face coverings are also mandatory in "close contact services" such as beauty salons and haridressers - this includes St. David's Spa.
Updates on travel to Caernarfon and Anglesey
Visitors and home owners on St. David's Park and Coed Helen should be aware that there is still roadworks on the a55 from the Llanfarifechan roundabout and delays could be likely on Fridays evenings and Sunday afternoons as people trsvel to and from North Wales.
Home owners on Coed Helen will be pleased to hear the long-awaited Caernarfon bypass has been opened which should result in less queues in the town centre as you travel to the park.
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