2,500 hospitality establishments and leisure destinations including over 120 UK campsites have now been accredited as AA Covid Confident.
Greaves Farm Caravan Park, Cumbria
AA approved destinations include 814 self-catering properties, 572 guest accommodation properties, 449 hotels, 304 restaurants, 122 campsites and 74 pubs, with the full list of over 2,500 AA Covid Confident establishments listed and searchable at www.ratedtrips.com/list.
Devon currently leads the way with the highest number of AA CovidConfident accredited properties, at 265, followed by Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly with 210, North Yorkshire with 141, and Somerset with 108. Hot on their heels, Northumberland and London now both have 93 approved establishments, Cumbria has 85, Dorset has 80, Norfolk has 75, and Gloucestershire has 64.
Tom’s Field Campsite, Dorset
Designed to support the hospitality industry in re-establishing and rebuilding consumer confidence, while giving customers reassurance, AA Covid Confident accreditation indicates that establishments have the necessary protective measures in place.
Simon Numphud, Managing Director at AA Media, commented: “The AA team has been working hard to work through the thousands of applications we’ve received, and are delighted to reach the landmark of 2,500 properties now deemed COVID CONFIDENT. From assessing each application, it’s clear that the hospitality sector is showing incredible resilience, creativity, and care in ensuring they are doing all they can to protect staff and customers from COVID-19, while striving to rebuild their businesses.”
The AA has been trusted by the public as a source of hospitality ratings and recommendations, and by the industry as a benchmark for quality, for over 112 years.
RatedTrips.com lists over 12,000 AA and VisitEngland rated and recommended hotels, restaurants, pubs, B&Bs, self-catering cottages, caravan and campsites, and beyond, as well as offering travel inspiration via city guides, recommended things to do, information on local attractions, ideas for days out, and suggested places to visit.
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Shell loves all things travel and outdoors and is a nature-loving, comfy-camping kinda girl. Shell started the Camping with Style blog after a serious snowboarding accident which left her with a broken back. Despite this she used the outdoors and healing power of nature to aid her recovery and she continues to spend time outdoors whenever she can.
From open water swimming, snowboarding and kayaking to hill walks and meditation, Shell shares her travels and microadventures here on the blog and in various publications she’s written for, Shell has a particular interest in promoting wellbeing and the many benefits of nature therapy.
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