UK tourism firms develop holiday-at-home schemes in response to government confusion

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Sumary of UK tourism firms develop holiday-at-home schemes in response to government confusion:

  • In Northumberland, William Watson-Armstrong, whose family own and run one of the county biggest attractions, Bamburgh Castle, points out that confusion over restrictions has deterred Scottish visitors, a significant proportion of its clientele..
  • When the Scottish government outlawed alcohol sales to diners, Glenapp offered complimentary champagne and canapes in the rooms with a dram later in the evening..
  • The scheme will run until March 2021 and the hope is that it will help the region £1bn tourist industry survive the winter, and give local residents opportunity to take a break….

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