Dealing with the Coronavirus: Our Response

At this anxious time, we want to assure all our guests and team that we are taking this situation very seriously. We have advice from Public Health Wales and from CRNet (Christian Residential Network) which we are using to help us take several practical steps to assist in preventing the spread of Covid-19. We want to do all that we can to protect staff and guests.

Following recent Government advice we continue to be unable to offer holidays and educational residential visits at this time, but we hope that we will be able to welcome guests back into residence sometime soon. We continue to monitor carefully advice given to us by Welsh Government bulletins and also from The Health & Safety Dept. at Gwynedd Council.  Following the next reveiw on 13th May, we hope to have more information regarding an opening date.

            “Preparations will be made to allow the following relaxations to be considered at the review on 13 May by the next Welsh Government, subject to public health conditions remaining favourable… …After 17 May, to consider enabling indoor hospitality and remaining visitor accommodation to reopen in advance of the Spring Bank Holiday at the end of May.”*

Our May Half Term family holiday is fully booked, and we hope that it will be able to go ahead.

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We aim to update this statement every time that some relevant news is issued .

Should you have any questions about your holiday, youth or Church group residential or educational visit with us please contact us on 01341 250433 or email us at [email protected]

We have updated our cancellation policy during this period. You can find a copy here: https://minydon.com/cancellation-policy/

There is also information on our latest newsletter which can be found here https://mailchi.mp/2261f91c20a4/january-news

Updated 27th April 2021

* Welsh Gov Update