Covid-19 Safety at ‘The Glenwood’ Guesthouse
We look forward to welcoming you to the Glenwood guesthouse once again. Considering the current health climate surrounding Covid 19, we have carried out a Covid 19 Risk Assessment. If you would like more information regarding the details of our assessment, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
In order to make sure that you feel as safe as possible during your stay with us, we have implemented some changes to help both us and you to stay safe and healthy:
· We will be running on half of our usual guesthouse capacity – this is to allow us to adhere to the social distancing measures implemented by the government.
· On arrival, we will be asking you to sanitise your hands at the sanitising station which will be situated in the main welcome lobby.
· At check in, we will be asking for a preferred time slot for your breakfast during your stay (Breakfast will run from 8am-9.30am). This allows us to maintain our high breakfast standards and to serve you efficiently, with the extra cleaning steps in place. PLEASE NOTE – this time can be changed during your stay if we are able to.
· In addition to sanitising stations in the welcome lobby, there will also be additional ones in public areas, such as the breakfast room.
· Stays over two days will be replenished and cleaned on request, (with safety measures in place).
· Stays under two days will not be replenished in order to minamise unneeded contact, but if you should run out of anything, please do not hesitate to let us know.
· All hand contact surfaces will be regularly sanitised during your stay in order to keep the guest house clean and safe.
· Rooms will be deep cleaned and sanitised in between each guest departure and arrival.
· On departure, if you have not already paid in advance of your stay, we would prefer you to use card payments where possible, although will be accepting cash if this is not possible.
We hope this puts your mind at ease in preparation for your stay with us – we cannot wait to welcome you through our doors again (at an acceptable social distance of course!)