A list of 175 hotels across the UK that have been deemed as fully Covid-compliant, by the nationwide Safe to Trade Scheme, has been released and 21 hotels in the south west feature.
A list of 175 hotels across the UK that have been deemed as fully Covid-compliant, by the nationwide Safe to Trade Scheme, has been released and 31 Scottish hotels feature.
The list, which is drawn from the Safe to Trade Scheme Approved register, has been collated to help holidaymakers identify which hotels, bars, restaurants and cinemas are going the extra mile to ensure the safety of both their staff and guests.
The 21 hotels in the south west that feature in the Top 175 Approved Safe to Trade Hotels in the UK, include seven in Bristol, three in both Cheltenham and Exeter, two each in Dorset, Bath and the Cotswolds and one each in Devon, Cornwall and Wiltshire. Each has been independently audited by the Safe to Trade Scheme’s team of expert Environmental Health Practitioners and have had to pass a strict approval process, as well as adhere to stringent health and safety guidance.
The 31 Scottish that made the Top 175 Approved Safe to Trade Hotels in the UK List
Bath Spa Hotel
Bailbrook House Hotel
Mecure Holland House
DoubleTree Bristol North
DoubleTree by Hilton – Cadbury House – Bristol
Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel
Hotel du Vin Avon Gorge
Hotel du Vin Bristol
The Club and Spa – Bristol
Cheltenham Chase Hotel
Hotel du Vin Group Cheltenham
The Lakes By Yoo
Hoburne Devon Bay
Mercure Exeter Rougemont Hotel
Mercure Exeter Southgate Hotel & Spa
Hotel du Vin Group Exeter
Edwards Hotel The Portbythan Hotel
Hotel du Vin Poole
Bulbury Woods Golf Club
The Old Bell Hotel
The hotels will now work with the experts at the Safe to Trade Scheme on an ongoing basis, who will audit their safety practices against its Safety Charter to ensure that they are running a Covid compliant operation, with this information made available to the public, so that they can make informed choices about where they patronise.
Each of the 175 establishments now feature on a national register, that holidaymakers can consult to find a safe to trade venue, which is regularly updated following honest feedback – both good and bad – from staff and customers. The register is also made available to local and national safety regulators,?to assist?with their requirement to?risk rate?businesses and the register of current approved venues can be found here.