March 23, 2020 11:10 am

Update (15/03/2021)

From Friday 30 April 2021

Travel categories will be reintroduced. Some restrictions could remain in place for countries and UK regions where the number of coronavirus cases are high.

From Thursday 1 July 2021

It is expected Guernsey’s borders will be able to safely re-open with a single test on arrival, or pre-travel, being retained but no requirement to self isolate. This date is yet to be confirmed.

For the latest information on travel to and from Guernsey visit gov.gg


If you need advice on booking or to amend reservations made direct with us, please contact the hotel reservations team who are available to help. If you need to adjust reservations made through another travel site or booking agent, please contact them for assistance. Given the impact of COVID-19 on how we work, entertain and travel, we have been adapting our cancellation policy over the past several weeks to the evolving nature of this epidemic. We endeavour to provide our customers as much flexibility as we can during these challenging times.

Please contact the hotel reservations team for the most up-to-date information and for additional details about availability and exclusions.

Coronavirus Travel Update and CCA emergency regulations regarding travel


To be clear, the States of Guernsey Government is advising not to travel for non-essential reasons. You will see tighter boarder control and your visitors will be required to self-isolate for 14 days immediately upon entry to the Bailiwick. This is enforceable by law and failure to comply will be an offence.

Please also note that flights and sailings have been scaled back reducing passenger movements further. Here is a list of the resourced pages for our carriers and their latest updates. https://guernseytrademedia.com/press-media/news/update-from-our-air-sea-carriers/

All UK customers, especially those who have made their own travel and accommodation arrangements should be advised to seek more information before taking any action that could result in financial loss. Information is available from consumer facing websites such as:



Alternatively, they should contact Trading Standards or Citizens Advice for assistance:



In the meantime the current advice from the States of Guernsey about Coronavirus can be found at https://gov.gg/coronavirus

In this very fast-moving situation where restrictions and requirements to self-isolate are changing and increasing, we appreciate your understanding in these unprecedented times.

If you want to talk to our team, we are available by phone or email, please get in touch.

On behalf of the whole team, we would like to thank you for your continued support and loyalty at this testing time.

We look forward to seeing you soon!