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Re-opening the Nant, one step at a time

Nant Gwrtheyrn > News > Re-opening the Nant, one step at a time

“This village has been closed before – for many years – and has been revived. We will do it again – hopefully a lot sooner this time.” These were the words of Huw Jones, Nant Gwrtheyrn Chairman back in March.

Four months later and following the Welsh Government’s announcement last week, we are pleased to be able to start putting plans in place to gradually reopen the site. This will be a step by step process.

Like all other establishments that are used to welcoming visitors, we are conscious of the need to strike a balance between our wish to do this, and our duties to protect our staff and the local community, and to do everything we can to protect people’s safety, whilst this virus is still amongst us.

We’ve decided to hold back a little before we open the gates to the site, reviewing the situation daily. As soon as we feel its safe to do so, we will make the announcement on our website.

At the moment, cafes are not permitted to open (for indoor services) and therefore Caffi Meinir will remain closed, and we wont be making a decisions about the café until these rules change.

We are taking bookings for our self-catering houses, which are open to people from 13 July. You can book your stay through the Best of Wales website:  https://www.bestofwales.co.uk/

Between August and October our Welsh language courses will be taught online only by our experienced tutors. These will be intense courses (5 hours a day) with a variety for all levels. See the full details of our new online courses here.

Thank you all for your continued support and understanding during these challenging times. We look forward to welcoming you to the Nant safely, as soon as we can.

The office remains closed, but you can contact us by email post@nantgwrtheyrn.org or phone 01758 750334.

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