UK Government gives the green light for holidays to Jersey from 26 April
There was welcome news and reason to be cheerful after the UK Prime Minister has effectively given the green light for holidays to Jersey. With Jersey opening its borders from Monday 26th April and flights resuming again from the UK mainland there is a real feel of optimism in the air.
The Government of Jersey will revert back to the very successful red, amber and green classification scheme that was introduced last year. You can read more about travelling to Jersey here.
Visit Safe Charter
We understand that you might need a little reassurance when it comes to travel and that is why we are committed to ensuring you have the safest break possible. Seymour Hotels were proud to be one of the first businesses to sign up to the Visit Safe Charter, introduced in Jersey to ensure our guests stay safe on their island break. You can read about the Visit Safe Charter here.
Safe Stay Pledge
At Seymour Hotels of Jersey, the safety and wellbeing of our guests, staff and partners is always a top priority – even more so today. In light of the current COVID-19 situation, we have responded by implementing new, stringent, precautionary operational measures to protect the health and safety of our staff and guests and to provide a safe and clean environment for all. Read about our Safe Stay Pledge here. https://www.seymourhotels.com/safe-stay-pledge/
Here at Seymour Hotels we have already been warmly welcoming Islanders to enjoy a staycation at the Greenhills Country House Hotel and Pomme d’Or Hotel and will be opening the Merton Hotel on Thursday 1st April. We are ready, Jersey is ready, are you?
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