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Cofton Holidays closes site to visitors with immediate effect

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Following the Government's latest advice to stay at home wherever possible, Cofton Holidays has now closed its doors to visitors and non-essential staff for the foreseeable future.

The Devon-based holiday park — which is usually open to motorhome and caravan tourers, holiday home and cottage guests, and tent campers — is giving those with existing bookings the opporunity to rebook at a later date when restrictions have been lifted. While those with bookings in the March and April will also have the option to receive a full refund.

Helen Scott, Director of the site, commented: “Our first thought is for our guests and for our staff. Our decision to close the holiday park until further notice has been taken to protect the health and well-being of customers and those with whom we work. As a family business that has been providing holidays for over 40 years it’s a very sad day for us, but safety comes first in the battle against Covid-19. We all have a part to play in turning the tide against this virulent virus.”

 

   

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