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Now that restrictions have been lifted, weddings postponed throughout the crisis are being re-scheduled for 2022. Venues are reporting enormous demand, even for weddings on weekdays and Sundays.

With so many stag and hen parties postponed and the positive news regarding the vaccine, we are anticipating an unprecedentedly busy year in 2022. This means the best activities and hotels will be booked up rapidly, so we believe it’s well worth booking now.

Of course we’ll also be competing with the pent up travel demand of the UK consumer, similar to what we saw last summer, resulting in hotel prices rocketing as demand quickly ramps up.

What if we book and Covid means the event cannot go ahead?

Our Covid 19 Promise

Our flexibility means you can book in the knowledge that if Covid affects your plans, we can change the location and/or the event date at no extra fee. We can even postpone the event date indefinitely if your wedding date needs to change but you don’t yet have a new one. Unlike our competitors we have never charged fees for changing your event date or location and we are not going to start now!


Your wedding gets postponed – Never fear, we can postpone the stag or hen party, too. We can even postpone it to a date still to be decided, so you have total flexibility on dates.*

Your destination location is locked down or you’re advised not to travel there – With over 60 locations, including 27 in the UK we can quickly find a fantastic alternative for you and make all the changes with no administration fee.*

You or some of your guests are not allowed to travel – Again, we can postpone the event to a date you can all make, or indefinitely if you don’t have a new date yet. Alternatively, if you want to keep that date anyway, we can change the names of the guests who can’t go free of charge, so someone else can take their place.*

*These changes can all be made more than 6 weeks before travel. Inside 6 weeks, we will do everything we can to make the changes with no charge but some suppliers won’t allow this.

If you are due to travel and the FCDO is advising against non-essential travel to your destination, you will be able to choose between:

  1. Change to a new location
  2. Postpone the event to a new date
  3. Postpone the event with an indefinite date to be decided later
  4. Receive a full refund

Note that this is only applicable to non-UK destinations under FCDO advice. This advice can be monitored here https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice

If you would like impartial advice from our regulator on any of this, please see https://www.abta.com/news/coronavirus-outbreak