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The Crieff Cloverleaf Is Open

Back in business!

This is an older news story, posted 25/04/2021, and is out of date now. Please check for the latest update via our Covid-19 status page.
The Crieff Cloverleaf is open! Shops, hospitality and accommodation providers are opening in Crieff, for visitors from Scotland, England and Wales.

It’s a gorgeously sunny spring weekend in Perthshire. The centre of Crieff is a bustle of activity as shops, cafes, restaurants and accommodation providers ready themselves for the grand reopening tomorrow, Monday 26th April.

The Crieff Cloverleaf routes opened up for Scottish riders on the 16th of April, as long as they went home each night. It was so good getting out on the road again – check out some of the recent photos in our social media feeds.

The great news is that riders from all of Scotland, England and Wales can now come and stay in Crieff, and ride all the Cloverleaf routes!

For now, visits from outside the UK and Ireland are still limited to essential travel only, likely with quarantine. Visits from Ireland and Northern Ireland are also still restricted to essential travel only. We’ll let you know as soon as we hear this is changing.

Our RoomLink accommodation enquiry service is running pretty hot already, so if you’re hoping to come to Crieff this season, we suggest you get onto your trip planning pronto! This is extra true if you’re hoping to visit with a group of mates or as a club, and are looking for centrally located accommodation.

What to expect if you visit in April or May

There will still be various coronavirus restrictions in place this summer, with a plan to gradually ease them through May and June, all being well. Here are the current restrictions, for locals and visitors, which should be applying for the rest of April and May.

Restrictions from 26th April (Protection level 3 – definite)

  • Hotels, B&Bs, shops and takeaways will be open (with social distancing).
  • 6 people from 2 households can meet indoors in bars, restaurants and cafes (no alcohol served, closing time 8pm).
  • 6 people from 6 households can meet outdoors in bars, restaurants and cafes (alcohol served).
  • 6 people from 2 households can share a self-catering property.

Restrictions from 17th May (Protection level 2 – anticipated)

  • Hotels, B&Bs, shops and takeaways will be open (with social distancing).
  • 6 people from 3 households can meet indoors in bars, restaurants and cafes (alcohol served, 2 hours slots, closing time 10:30pm).
  • 8 people from 8 households can meet outdoors in bars, restaurants and cafes, (alcohol served).
  • 6 people from 3 households can share a self-catering property.

There will hopefully be further relaxing to Protection level 1 happening in June. You can view full details of all restrictions in this table from the Scottish Government.

We can’t wait to see you and your bike here in Crieff!

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