Coronavirus Update 24th March
Ullswater Steamers took the decision on Friday 20th March to temporarily close the attraction until further notice. The health and wellbeing of our visitors, colleagues and suppliers are of utmost importance to us and we must play our part in stopping the spread of the virus. We thank you for your continued support and understanding in these difficult and uncertain times.
Please be assured, we are continually reviewing the situation and we will strive to open as soon as conditions allow. We will continue to publish updates on our website and social media pages.
We have provided as much info as possible in our FAQ’s below to help with different scenarios, these contain all the information and instructions for current and future Tickets/Gift Experiences and Group/Charter bookings.
We appreciate your patience at this time and thank you for your consideration.
Can I make an online ticket booking with you?
All of our tickets are available to purchase online but the system will not accept booking dates before 4th June 2020. Please note if you do make a booking and the COVID-19 situation has changed you will not be charged an administration fee to transfer your booking to a later date or you can request a refund.
I have already purchased a day ticket between May 1st and June 4th 2020 - can I still come?
Government advice is constantly being updated, we will be in touch with you if the Steamers remain closed beyond the end of April. We will gladly transfer any ticket onto a future date or offer a full refund on any monies paid. The choice will be yours.
What about joint attraction tickets?
Joint tickets are not date specific but please check with us before purchasing and ensure you are aware of the second attraction opening times.
I have already booked a ticket with you after June 4th 2020, what should I do?
If your ticket is date specific after 4th June 2020 there is still plenty of time for you to see how circumstances change.
I have booked an event ticket - will I get a refund?
If the Steamers have to cancel the event, we will gladly transfer any ticket onto an alternative event or offer a full refund on any monies paid. The choice will be yours.
I have a Virgin Cruise & Prosecco voucher - what if I cannot come or you are not open before the validity date ends?
Currently we are prioritising experiences already booked in. If you have a voucher that is due to expire please contact Virgin directly. Virgin have already extended the voucher valid date by 3 months.
I have already booked a Cruise & Prosecco with you before 4th June - can I still come?
Government advice is constantly being updated, we will be in touch with you in advance if the Steamers remain closed on your date. We will gladly transfer your booking onto a future date. Alternatively we will offer a full refund on any monies paid. If your experience was purchased through a third party seller like Virgin, please contact them directly to increase your voucher validity date or get a refund.
I have a Group booking in 2020 – can I transfer dates?
Yes, we can move your group booking to an alternative date. Please do not hesitate to contact us to work the best solution for you. We will offer an extra free group place as a gesture of goodwill on all transferred bookings. Group terms apply.
My wedding has been cancelled and I need to cancel my Private Charter booking - can I transfer dates or get a refund?
We are sorry for the circumstances but don’t worry, we can help to transfer your booking or arrange a refund if no suitable dates can be found.
The Steamers site is currently closed to all staff but we continue to monitor emails and phones. We are experiencing a high level of enquiries relating to advanced bookings including via social media, telephone calls and web chat. If you have any questions or queries, we will endeavour to reply within 48 hours. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
We will of course update this statement to reflect the most up to date government advice.
We appreciate your help, understanding and support. Please stay safe and heed Government advice about social distancing and self-isolation.