You might be interested to know that this evening Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister of Scotland has clearly instructed accommodation providers (e.g. hotels and B&Bs) that they should no longer be accepting reservations or arrivals from tourists, only those with an essential need to travel.
Some areas of Scotland, the Highlands and Islands in particular have been overwhelmed by the number of tourists still visiting despite the virus and the advice that people should only be making essential journeys. Here on Skye we are 135 miles from the nearest intensive care hospital beds and supplies in the food shops are running low. We absolutely do not want visitors at this time.
If you can view the BBC you will find Nicola Sturgeon's speech here and the segment I am talking about is from 6 minutes until 6 minutes 30 seconds.
She also talks about ferries who are now instructed only to take residents and those supplying the islands.
Some accommodation agents such as booking.com will not allow the property owner to cancel bookings, so providers will need you, the guest, to cancel your reservation. I am someone who uses booking.com and I am extremely stressed at the moment that some guests are refusing to cancel their reservations despite a very polite email from me explaining the situation and asking them to cancel.
Please respect this advice to keep us all safe. We will look forward to welcoming you all when this is over.