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We would like to take this opportunity to commend our amazing team for the dedication they have shown throughout this most difficult of times.  We are immensely proud of each of you for the hard work and sacrifice you have shown to keep everyone safe and ensure our guests have been able to enjoy their visits.  Thank you!

We would also like to thank our guests, members, and visitors, your loyalty, patience and kindness during this period has given us the energy to carry on, we cannot thank you enough but assure you we will be back and more determined than ever to deliver exceptional experiences to all of our guests.

Upon Re-opening

In order to support the Scottish Government in tracing potential outbreaks EVERY visitor to the hotel over the age of 16 MUST provide their contact details. We are following government guidelines and encouraging our guests to us the check-in Scotland app. Although not required you can download the free check in Scotland app from the Apple App Store or Google play which can make using the service quicker and easier. Please note that the current guidance requires all visitors to provide their details, even those from the same household. Seamill Hydro will not have access to your data. Businesses are asked to refuse service to visitors who are unwilling to provide their contact information.

Please use the following link to complete the track and trace Check In Scotland

 

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#LIFEAFTERLOCKDOWN

We are preparing various measures to keep our team, guests and suppliers safe and well when the hotel reopens to the public.  We are very lucky to have an abundance of space within the hotel public areas making social distancing easier to achieve.  We are releasing details of these measures on social media and will be added them to our website soon too.

 

 

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Seamill Hydro, Seamill
Ayrshire KA23 9ND

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