Over the past 33 years Pindale Farm has always had our customers health and safety in mind. We have always provided anti-bacterial hand wash for our guests to use. Not just as a precaution now with the Covid-19 problem but for normal things encountered in the county side like Leptospirosis, E Coli and Salmonella. Please feel safe when visiting the wonderful Hope Valley in the heart of the Peak District and staying at Pindale Farm who take your safety very seriously. Please remember to social distance when out and about and if you shouldnt meet family and friends at home you can’t meet them at Pindale either!
Pindale Farm is a Bona Fide business, with planning permissions and licensed by the local authorities, fully insured and checked by industry leaders like the AA and IHG. Regular inspections are made regarding cleanliness of rooms and amenities, electrical installations and equipment, fire alarms and firefighting equipment and we are Legionella compliant. So, you can feel safe in the knowledge that Pindale Farm is a safe place to stay when visiting the Hope Valley. We must assume that people booking and on arrival show no signs of Covid-19 and groups will be from the same family or social bubble in the same accommodation. We will not mix groups in the same room. The NHS and Government guide lines say “where possible stay at least two meters apart” and “avoid prolonged contact with anyone you do not live with”.
If you or a member of your group develop Covid-19 symptoms whilst staying at Pindale or up to seven days after your stay you must inform us without delay so we can take appropriate action.
Accommodation and camping at Pindale12th April till 21st June 2021
It’s still all a bit fluid with what we can and can’t provide these days with the government, data lead, Covid rules. Things have even changed since the PM’s announcement on 22nd February 2021. The government legislation issued on 22nd March say we can now accept campers from 12th April, much the same as last year with all the social distancing rules etc in place. In addition, on 26th March the Department for Education says schools can plan for residential trips to take place from 17th May. So, Duke of Edinburgh expeditions where the students camp can re start from 17th May. As for our barn accommodation, that is still restricted to three doorways or three rooms from 12th April, for single households or groups of up to six people from 17th May until 21st June. From 21st June we should be back to normal, in a reduced way to maintain social distancing to start with. You will still be expected to keep a safe distance from others, use face masks, hand sanitiser and washings hands etc. I hope this clarifies the situation, looking forward to seeing you again, all the best, stay safe, Alan.
Please follow the guide lines.
We have a number of pinch points around the farm where we ask you to take extra care, like doorways, halls, stairs and toilet blocks, face coverings should now be used in these area’s where possable. Please be prepared to give way to others entering or exiting buildings. Please wait your turn, be patient, be considerate to others. We have provided extra cleaning items in rooms so you can clean as you stay. Hand sanitiser dispensers have been installed around the farm for your use. Remember, Hand washing still plays a key role in protecting yourself and others from coronavirus. Wash your hands more often, use soap and water for 20 seconds or use hand sanitiser. We will remain open government regulations permitting.