Covid-19 Hygiene & Safety Measures

The UK Government’s instruction for the revised tier system for England as announced on 26 November, we will be re-opening for bookings from Thursday 3rd December 

Below is how we will operate our business and handle our reservations;

We have been placed in High Alert (Tier 2) of the England Covid Practices.

Therefore we are unable to take bookings from guests that live in the Very High (Tier 3) England areas. 

If you live in a High (Tier 2) area and are coming with friends or family from another household (not in your social bubble) then at breakfast we need to seat you at a separate table, socially distanced.

This practice at Breakfast will also be applicable for households travelling from Medium (Tier 1) as we are in Tier 2.

For Guests living in specific areas of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland who have imposed Travel restrictions we will not accept these bookings.

We continue to keep up to date with the latest government guidelines, and have now completed and reviewed the risk assessments for returning to business. With the aim of keeping both ourselves and you, our guests as safe as possible.

So our returning regular guests will notice some changes. Firstly there will be hand sanitizer at the entrance for guests to use on arrival and departure as well as in the dining room for use prior to breakfast.

We will be restricting the number of guests in the dining room at any one time so we will ask you to select a time slot for coming down to breakfast.

We would ask guests to bring their own face masks (disposable face masks are available) for all guests to use whilst in the communal corridors / stairways.

All cushions and bedspreads will be removed from the rooms as will leaflets. There will still be a limited amount of reading material in the rooms, which on each check out will be taken out of the room and a fresh pack used for the next guests these will be left to quarantine for 48 hours. We ourselves will be wearing face visors at all times when in contact with guests.

There will also be changes that will not be so obvious to see such as enhanced cleaning practices,  meticulously sanitizing all touch points in the rooms such as door handles, keys, remote controls, kettles, light switches, table surfaces, all bathroom fittings and fixtures and communal areas.