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Tregenna Castle Resort announces temporary closure

Tregenna Castle Resort announces temporary closure

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 1:09pm 21st March 2020. (Updated at 7:14pm 21st March 2020)

Tregenna Castle Resort is to close its doors, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. 

The hotel in St Ives will temporarily close its doors from 11am tomorrow (Sunday 22nd) and will reopen 'when the time is right'. 

It follows the Government's social distancing advice. 

Anyone with concerns about existing bookings is urged to contact the hotel. 

James Parker, Operations Director told Pirate FM: 

“Although an extremely difficult decision, we have concluded that our only option is to close the whole hotel and will reopen again when the time is right.  We needed to provide some much needed clarity for our customers and colleagues and to provide reassurances that we are preserving our energies for our successful, and sustainable, long-term future.

“We have taken these unprecedented steps as a direct response to the advice of the Government around ‘social distancing’ and our on-going duty to protect the health and the wellbeing of our customers and our teams within the business 

“We would like to take this opportunity to tell all our customers, suppliers and their families that we hope you stay safe and well and thank our incredible team for their support and understanding during this extremely difficult period.”



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