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Reopenings

HOTELS

Queen of Clubs would like to welcome you back safely with open arms, and with the passing of time we can happily say the hotels and attractions are reopening at our destinations. We have been reaching out to all of our suppliers to ensure your safety without affecting your travel experience. Our team is excited to see you travelling again soon and to plan your next adventures!


ENGLAND

Amberley Castle: 
now open

Barnsley House: now open

Beaverbrook: now open

Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons: now open

Bovey Castle: now open

Buckland Manor: now open

Calcot & Spa: now open

Chewton Glen: now open

Cliveden House: now open

Coworth Park: now open

Dormy House Hotel: now open

Ellenborough Park: now open

Four Seasons Hampshire: now open

Foxhill Manor: now open

Grantley Hall: now open

Gravetye Manor: now open

Hotel Tresanton: now open

Lucknam Park: now open

Lympstone Manor: now open

Middlethorpe Hall: now open

Summer Lodge Country House Hotel & Restaurants: now open

The Bath Priory: now open

The Dormy House Cotswolds: now open

The Fish Hotel: now open

The Foxhill Manor Cotswolds: now open

The Grand: now open

The Grove: now open

The Lygon Arms: now open

The Painswick: now open

The Royal Crescent Hotel: now open

Whatley Manor: now open


LONDON

Brown's Hotel:
now open

Cafe Royal: now open

Corinthia London: now open

Lanesborough: now open

Mandarin Hyde Park: now open

One Aldwych: now open

Ritz: now open

Rosewood London: now open

Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Suites and Residences: now open

The Athenaeum Hotel and Residences: now open

The Berkeley London: now open

The Bloomsbury: now open

The Connaught: now open

The Goring Hotel: now open

The Kensington: now open

Mandarin Oriental, London: now open

The Marylebone: now open

The Rubens at the Palace: now open

The Stafford: now open


IRELAND

Adare Manor Hotel: now open

Aghadoe Heights and Spa Hotel: now open

Ashford Castle Hotel: now open

Ballyfin: temporary closed

Castle Leslie Estate: now open

Castlemartyr Resort: now open

Cliff House Hotel: now open

Dromoland Castle Hotel: now open

Hambleton Hall: now open

Hayfield Manor Hotel: now open

G Hotel Galway: now open

Great Southern Killarney Hotel: now open

Mount Juliet Estate: now open

Sheen Falls Lodge: now open

The Culloden Estate and Spa: now open

The Dylan Dublin Hotel: now open

The Europe Hotel and Resort: now open

The Fitzwilliam Dublin Hotel: now open

The Intercontinental Dublin Hotel: now open

The K Club: now open

The Merrion Dublin Hotel: now open

The River Lee: now open

The Shelbourne Dublin Hotel: now open

The Westbury Dublin Hotel: now open

Trump International Doonbeg: now open


SCOTLAND

Cameron House
: open from the end of 2020

Cromlix: now open

Crossbasket Castle: now open

Culloden House Hotel: now open 

Fonab Castle Hotel & Spa: now open

Glenapp Castle, Relais & Chateaux: now open

Gleneagles: now open

Inverlochy Castle: now open

Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa & Island: now open 

Kimpton Blytheswood Square Hotel: now open 

Kimpton Charlotte Square Hotel: now open

Kingsmills Hotel: now open

Kinloch House Hotel: now open

Old Course Hotel Golf Resort & Spa: now open

Rocpool Reserve Hotel: now open

The Balmoral Edinburgh: now open

The Fife Arms: now open

The Torridon: now open
ATTRACTIONS

Queen of Clubs would like to welcome you back safely with open arms, and with the passing of time we can happily say the hotels and attractions are reopening at our destinations. We have been reaching out to all of our suppliers to ensure your safety without affecting your travel experience. Our team is excited to see you travelling again soon and to plan your next adventures!

ENGLAND

Barbican: now open - partially open

Blenheim Palace and Gardens: TBC - Open for annual pass holders only

British Museum: TBC

Buckingham Palace State Rooms: open from summer 2021

Churchill War Rooms: now open

Design Museum: now open

Hampton Court Palace: now open - gardens only

Imperial War Museums: now open

Kensington Palace: now open

London Eye: now open​​​​​​​

London Eye River Cruise: now open

National Gallery: now open

Palace of Holyroodhouse: now open

Royal Mews: now open

Somerset House: ​​​​​​​now open​​​​​​​

Stonehenge: now open

St Paul's Cathedral: TBC - Open for private prayers only

The Making of Harry Potter: now open

Tate Modern: now open

The Queen’s Galleries: now open

The Roman Baths: now open

Tower Bridge: now open

Tower of London: now open

Victoria and Albert Museum: now open​​​​​​​

Westminster Abbey: TBC - Open for private prayers only

Windsor Castle: now open
TRANSFERS

Our goal is to welcome you back to UK as soon as possible and ensure your safety and wellbeing without altering your experience too much. We would like to give you an idea on what your transfers would look like for the next few months, according to the latest guidelines published by the UK Government.


Private Drivers, Taxis and Ubers

All drivers must wear masks.

All clients must wear masks.

Drivers will avoid any physical contact with clients - e.g. handshakes.

No passenger is allowed in the front seat.

Restrictions on number of passengers: two people allowed in sedans and two people per row allowed in minivans. Only clients from the same family or household are allowed to travel together.

In order to maximise safety, at the end of each service, the vehicle will be ventilated by opening windows and/or doors. The driver will sanitise all surfaces the previous clients have come in contact with by using disinfectant liquid and a disposable paper towels.

Depending on where you’re traveling, security and hygiene measures may differ slightly according to Regional Authorities.
EU GUIDELINES

As EU Member States slowly start lifting the restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU, the European Union has created an interactive tool that provides you with the information you need to confidently plan your European travel, and holidays while staying healthy and safe.

The information is frequently updated and available in 24 languages for your convenience.
 

CLICK LINK HERE: EU GUIDELINES