We’re excited to be reopening on the 26th April
Last updated: 25 April 2021
Your safety and the safety of our staff and the local community is our priority during this time so we ask that you read through this guidance before visiting. This will be updated as new measures are brought in by the Welsh Government so please make sure you check just before your visit. The following measures have been carefully considered in line with government and industry guidelines.
We’re Good To Go
We’ve signed up to Visit Britain’s “We’re Good To Go” scheme. This is to signal that tourism and hospitality businesses have worked hard to follow Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and have processes in place to maintain cleanliness and social distancing.
Do I need to book?
No, we do not have an online booking system for day visits to the Farm Park. We are mainly an outdoor attraction and have plenty of room for everyone to spread out, however we will be monitoring numbers and should the unlikely need arise we may have to operate a one in/one out policy at the entrance.
Test, Trace and Protect
In line with guidance from the Welsh Government and local council, every adult member of your party will be asked to leave their Name and Phone Number upon arrival, and will need to provide proof of name and address. Any information obtained will be kept for 21 days only and will only be used for Test, Track and Trace Purposes. It will only be shared with Public Health Wales if requested for contact tracing.
Please use contactless or card payments where possible. Card machines will be cleaned regularly. We can still take cash if necessary.
What’s open and what’s not?
Outdoor café – we have a very large patio area
Visiting and feeding the farm animals
Coastal walk to the seal viewing area
From Monday 17th May (subject to review on 13th May):
Indoor cafe – our café is in our visitor centre and is well ventilated with plenty of space to socially distance tables and very high ceilings.
Will your toilets be open?
Yes and we will be cleaning our toilets more regularly. You will need to use the hand sanitiser before entering the toilet facilities and to wash your hands thoroughly with soap and hot water before leaving. We will not be supervising the toilets so we ask that you follow these guidelines. We have placed additional hand sanitisers around the Farm Park alongside our existing hand washing facilities.
Don’t visit if you have symptoms
If you are showing any of the COVID-19 symptoms such as a fever, continuous cough, loss of smell or taste or are self-isolating or shielding please do not visit.
Social Distancing and Face Coverings
We have taken measures within the Farm Park to encourage social distancing, please take care to follow any instructions and signage, and if possible check the regulations from the Welsh Government before your visit. The 2m distance is still in place in Wales.
Wearing a face covering is mandatory for everyone in Wales in the indoor areas of premises which are open to the public. There is an exemption for under 11s and for people who cannot wear face coverings due to health conditions or disability.
We have also placed protective screens up at our entrance, shop and café counters.
Parents or guardians will be responsible for ensuring that their children follow the guidelines in place. We have a responsibility to look after each other and if we all work together we can stay safe.
Our campsite will be open from the 26th April for self-contained accommodation (caravans and campervans) only. Subject to final confirmation from the Welsh government, we will be fully open for all types of accommodation from the 17th May including our campsite facilities. For campsite pricing please see our website where you can also make your booking online.
PLEASE NOTE: we are only taking advance reservations for our campsite so that we can carefully regulate numbers. We will not accept passing enquiries.
Please respect fellow campers’ space.