Outside of lockdown, we’ll be open with lots of COVID-19 precautions in place to protect our team and visitors.
We’ve put together some answers to Frequently Asked Questions that our guests may have regarding these…
Can I come and stay at the Trengilly?
Yes,our self-catering Safari Tents will be available from Monday 12th April.
We’re reopening for bed and breakfast from Monday 17th May.
Can I come & eat at the Trengilly?
From Monday 12th April we will be reopening for drinks and pub grub – burger & chips, scampi & chips etc…
For the first week we’ll be open every day to welcome everyone back from 3pm to 9pm, and 12pm to 6pm on Sunday 18th.
After this first week, we’ll be open for takeaways & outside every Thursday through to Saturday 3pm for drinks and 5pm to 9pm for food. Sundays 12pm to 6pm for food and drink.
When is the Trengilly reopening?
We’ll be open outside and for takeaway from Monday 12th April.
Our self-catering Safari Tents are also available from Monday 12th April.
We’ll be open again for bed and breakfast guests from Monday 17th May, when we’ll also be open for eating and drinking inside.
Have your opening hours changed?
Monday – Saturday
3:00pm – 9:00pm for food
Until 11:00pm for drinks
12:00pm – 6:00pm for food & drinks, bar closes at 7pm.
How can I book a stay at the Trengilly?
You can make a reservation to stay with us by phone or on our website.
Visit our booking page to see our room options, availability and to make a booking.
Alternatively, please give us a call to discuss your requirements.
How are you cleaning the rooms?
All rooms will be thoroughly cleaned prior to your arrival.
The bathrooms will also all be steam cleaned and sanitised to give you complete peace of mind during your stay.
Your door will be open for you when you arrive, to minimise contact with external surfaces while you settle in.
Will staff be in our room during our stay?
None of our staff will enter your room during your stay, to reduce risks to you and our team.
This will mean that if you need any top ups of tea, coffee or other items, you’ll just have to let us know and we’ll deliver to your door.
What steps are in place to protect guests during meal times?
As a bed & breakfast guest, you’ll be allocated the same table in the pub for the duration of your stay, which will be cleaned prior to your arrival.
We will ask you to pre-order your breakfast, so we can place items on your table ahead of your arrival each morning. Hot food will then be delivered to a nearby table for you to collect.
What social distancing measures are in place?
Wherever possible, we’ll be adhering to the ‘2m rule’ in order to protect our guests and staff.
For example, for patrons wishing to book a table for dinner, there is 2m distancing between bookable tables outside in our marquee.
We have also reconfigured our internal spaces to provide distance wherever possible for our hotel guests. By pre-ordering breakfast, guests will arrive at their allocated table to find some items in place, with hot food delivered to a nearby table by our staff for you to collect.
The pub bathroom will also be operating a ‘one in, one out’ system, where we will ask those wishing to use the facilities to call out prior to entering, to ensure they are vacant.
Do you offer self-catering accommodation?
We understand that some visitors would prefer to use self-catering accommodation during this time.
Our team are working hard to put together this facility, so please give us a call on 01326 240332 to find out more.
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