To suppress the spread of COVID-19 it is essential that, with limited exceptions, there is no travel to or from areas where higher numbers of people may be carrying the virus. Moray (Lossiemouth) is currently Level 1 and Aberdeenshire (Portsoy and Sandend) Level 2.
If you live in a Scottish Level 3 or 4 local authority area:
- you must, by law, remain within that area unless you have a reasonable excuse (see exceptions)
- if you have to travel for essential purposes, you should follow the guidance on travelling safely
If you live in a Level 0, 1, or 2 area in Scotland, or are considering travel to Scotland from anywhere else, you should:
- you should minimise unnecessary journeys between areas in different levels
- you must, by law, avoid any unnecessary travel to places in Level 3 or Level 4 areas
Under current Scottish regulations, given the state of the epidemic in these countries, unless you have a reasonable excuse (see exceptions) you must not travel between Scotland and:
- Northern Ireland
- Republic of Ireland
This applies to people who live in Scotland and to people who live in any of these countries who are thinking of coming to Scotland.
**** This basically means, that although we are open, we are not allowed to accept bookings unless you are resident in a Scottish level 1 or level 2 local authority area or if you have essential work in the area****