COVID Frequently Asked Questions
I am considering booking a property for later this year/ next year, but what happens if we are still in lockdown, will I get a refund?
What steps have you taken to help mitigate the risks of Coronavirus?
What should I do if I get ill with Covid19 symptoms or I am contacted by an official body and told to self-isolate whilst staying at the cottages?
Have you put in place any special Covid procedures and measures?
1. Contact between host and guest will be minimised through.
a. the emailing of pre-arrival information, self-check-in and check-out and any daily contact via text or phone.
b. Guest information covering aspects of how things work in the cottage will be found in a guest folder that will be cleaned and sanitised between each guest.
c. Staff will not enter the cottages whilst a guest is present except in the case of an emergency. Any maintenance issues will be dealt with whilst the guests are absent.
d. Guests will be provided with information about our departure procedures.
2. Cleaning between guests will be carried out as safely as possible through
a. Co-ordination and training by our professional cleaning company who will ensure that their staff in attendance are fit and well with adequate training, appropriate PPE and equipment.
b. Cleaners will wash their hands regularly during the cleaning process and a hand washing facility will be set up within the laundry room.
c. Properties will be aired during cleans.
d. Used linen will be carefully removed from the properties and bagged for collection by the linen company.
e. All rubbish will be removed from the properties before cleaning starts.
f. Cleaning will follow a two stage process of a clean followed by a sanitisation as per the attached ‘Cleaning Check List’ .
g. New bed linen and towels will be provided by our professional laundry supplier who has confirmed that linen is washed at appropriately high temperatures.
3. Contact between guests from different properties will be minimised through.
a. Clearly defined private outside space including tables/ seating and BBQs
b. Ping-Pong table can be accessed through the provision of separate bats and balls to each cottage and the provision of sanitisation equipment for the table.
c. Each cottage has been provided with a washing machine within their cottage so use of the shared laundry is no longer required.
d. Cottages will be provided with separate clothes drying facilities so that communal facilities will no longer be required.
4. Risk to all guests will be minimised through.
a. Notification procedures and immediate departure of any guest who has symptoms of Covid19 or has been asked to isolate by an official body.
b. The removal of unnecessary furnishings within each cottage. Guests will find that there is a reduction in scatter cushions, books and games. Any such items that have not been removed will be appropriately sanitised.