All holiday accommodation is closed to Tourism.
Hotels, B&Bs and self-catering can remain open for essential customers only:
anyone who is using that accommodation for work purposes
anyone who requires accommodation to attend a funeral
anyone who is providing accommodation or support services to the homeless
anyone who uses that accommodation as their main residence
anyone who needs accommodation while moving home
anyone who is unable to return to their main residence
anyone who requires accommodation to attend a marriage ceremony or civil partnership registration
anyone who requires accommodation to participate in or facilitate shared parenting arrangements
When providing accommodation to workers, this should only be open for essential workers who require accommodation as part of their role. Workers accommodation guidance.
The restrictions are expected to be in place for at least four weeks, but will be kept under review.
The new regulations apply to all parts of Scotland currently in level 4. The island areas currently in level 3 will remain there, but will be kept under review.
Self-Catering Accommodation and Second Homes 23-27 Dec 2020
You and members of your bubble up to a maximum of 8 people (not including those under 12) can meet/stay in self-catering accommodation or a second home between 23 and 27 December – but only where this is located in a council area that you or a member of your bubble lives in.
Accommodation providers are asked to remind people booking that at least one of the households must be from the local authority area. Use this postcode tool to check the council area for a postcode.
You should not have people from different households staying in the same bedroom.