COVID-19 Questions & Answers
Updated Tuesday 4th January 2022
We must all continue to minimise the risk of spreading Covid-19.
Please help us by always following National Guidance.
Stay at home if you feel unwell. Delay your visit if you test positive or someone you have been in close contact with has tested positive for Coronavirus.
And finally, please be as considerate as possible to other guests and our team members. We want everyone to be able to relax and enjoy their time with us.
Answers to key questions follow:
Do I need to book a visit?
To avoid disappointment, we recommend booking a table. This is particularly necessary during our popular sessions such as Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays.
Do I need to wear a Mask or Face Covering?
Face masks and coverings are not currently a legal requirement inside pubs and hotels. But you may feel more comfortable wearing one when moving around the inside of our pub - particularly if it is busy.
Are enhanced hygiene arrangements still in place?
Is Hand Sanitiser available?
What time can I check into my hotel room?
Check-in is between 3pm and 9pm. Please contact us if you would like to check in earlier and we will do our best to help. Look at our Sleep page for our latest hotel information.
Will contact details be collected?
Although not required, you can still use the NHS Track and Trace system to check into our venue. We will continue to display our pub's QR code at the main entrance. Our online booking system also enables us to contact customers if necessary.
Can I order food and drinks at the bar?
The majority of our customers have enjoyed table service and we intend to keep it for the time being. But we are allowing a limited number of people to order from our bar.
What time is Check-out?
We ask that you check out of your hotel room by 11am. If you need to leave us before 7am, please settle your bill the night before and leave your key in your room. To check out between 7am - 11am, please come to our coffee bar.
How do you ventilate the inside of your building?
To enable air to circulate, we keep a number of our bar and restaurant doors and windows open.