EasyWays Update: Coronavirus
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19th March 2020

EasyWays Latest Update: Coronavirus

It seems that every day we hear of new restrictions being introduced as a result of the escalating Coronavirus situation with subsequent consequences that affect us all.

1 – those who have tours commencing before the 30th April and have paid a deposit but not yet paid the balance of their booking

Deposit retained and a rescheduled tour anytime up to 31 October 2021 arranged at no additional cost.

2 – those who have tours commencing before the 30th April and have paid in full, both deposit and balance

The return of the balance and retention of the deposit against an agreed rescheduled tour anytime up to 31st October 2021 at no additional cost.

Tours booked after the 30th April also fall into two categories

1 – those who have tours commencing after the 30th April and have paid a deposit but not yet paid the balance of their booking

Deposit retained with a rescheduled tour taken anytime up to 31st October 2021 subject to an additional service charge of £75.00 per person.

2 – those who have tours commencing after the 30th April and have paid in full, both deposit and balance

The return of the balance and retention of the deposit and against an agreed rescheduled tour anytime up to 31st October 2021 subject to an additional service charge of £75.00 per person.

Alternatively a reimburstment of tour cost subject to our Terms and Conditions Cancellation Policy as stated on the EasyWays website;

You should have arranged Travel Insurance on your tour and any cancellation caused by official notice by the UK or your own government  (at any time) should allow you to make a valid claim for loss.

Our position is wholly sympathetic to finding a solution to all bookings and with your cooperation our priority is to establish a suitable reschedule date for any booking cancelled as this option carries the least financial implications on everyone. The walking season gathers momentum next month and so far we have had no issues with our accommodation providers.

EasyWays is a small, specialist company that is well run and financially sound.  We will be faced with the same challenges as every other company over the forthcoming months both within and out-with the tourism industry. A large number of providers work together to make your walking tour a success and we ask for your understanding in these difficult times.

Normality will return at some point and I can 100% assure you the name of EasyWays will be around providing our well established quality of service in the years to come.

 

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