COVID-19 update: as at 22nd June 2021



Our telephone lines are extremely busy at the moment. So that we can assist customers efficiently, we are trying to prioritise customers with imminent bookings for May.  Please email us and we will respond within 24 hours.


Scottish Government Latest


"We advise against travel to areas in the UK managing outbreaks of the Delta variant. The UK Government publishes a list of areas in England with Delta outbreaks. This advice is in addition to legal restrictions on travel between Scotland and the specific areas listed below.


The current travel restrictions between Scotland (except any areas in Level 3 or Level 4) and the CTA are as follows:


England – travel to and from Blackburn with Darwen and Bolton is only allowed for permitted reasons. Travel to and from Manchester and Salford is only allowed for permitted reasons from Monday 21 June 2021. There is a detailed list of examples of reasonable excuses in the regulations. No travel restrictions elsewhere in England."


If you have a booking with us in the next week and you are travelling from these areas, please get in touch so that we can arrange a transfer/refund for your booking


The Scottish Government has advised everyone in Scotland to take regular Lateral Flow tests when travelling to the Scottish Islands. A free home test kit can be ordered online. The Scottish Government has confirmed that whilst testing is not mandatory, travellers are asked to take two Covid-19 lateral flow tests; the first three days before travel and the second on the day of departure. Visitors travelling from England or other parts of the UK can access regular Lateral Flow tests from their own NHS.

Accommodation providers in particular may wish to request that their guests take regular Lateral Flow tests before they travel due to the fact that the populations on Scottish Islands are more vulnerable to Covid-19 transmission due to the previous low number of cases.


Mixed Households:

From 26th April:  Guests staying in self-catering properties in Scotland should be from one household only or an extended household/bubble (a single adult can form a ‘bubble’ with another household etc).

From 17th May (level 1):  A maximum of 6 adults from 3 households. Children under the age of 12 are not included in these numbers.

From early June: A maximum of 6 adults from 3 households. Children under the age of 12 are not included in these numbers.


Mull and Iona Visitor Charter

Published by Visit Mull and Iona


We would like to share our 2021 Visitor Charter, which details current guidance and provides a checklist to Plan Ahead, Be Prepared and Protect Each Other. We would encourage you to share by linking to as we will be keeping the charter up to date as guidance and regulations change. We also have a more general COVID-19 related visitor page


Island Holiday Cottages Covid policy



"If there are travel restrictions in place in the area you live due to Covid 19 or there
are travel restrictions here on the islands due to Covid 19 for your date of arrival we

will offer a free transfer to a later available date or a full refund less £20 booking fee".


If you would like to cancel or transfer your booking before restrictions are in place

normal terms and conditions apply ie deposits are non-refundable and balances/full

payments may be part refundable if we can relet the week. We are happy to transfer

bookings to a later available date (£20 admin fee applies)



Government regulations on COVID-19 change frequently.


Before you travel, please ensure you have checked and understood the relevant regulations applicable to you, your location, your destination and the make-up of your party as it is your responsibility to comply.


















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