Home Farm Hotel Covid-19 Update
Who would have thought that during the New Year festivities on 31st December 2019 that we would have been welcoming in the unprecedented nightmare of the coming year.
While so many people have tragically lost their lives in this pandemic. Everyone has been touched and affected in so many different ways as it has changed the way we go about our day to day lives.
We here Home Farm Hotel are looking forward to opening our doors and welcoming guests again from 4th July 2020 as per the governments' road map for reopening.
During the COVID 19 lockdown, we have introduced many new features and are still evolving.
Our rooms at Home Farm have always been deep cleaned to the highest standard. However, we have now implemented extra measures of sanitisation within our rooms and also throughout the communal area of the hotel for the protection and safety of everyone who visits us.
All our hotel bed linen and towels are professionally laundered with disinfection detergent to temperatures over 60°, ensuring the utmost cleanliness enabling you to sink into bed for a great night's sleep.
PPE for staff.
There is no government guidance on wearing face masks in hotels; however, we aim to protect everyone throughout this pandemic. Our team of people working behind the scenes to make your stay special are fully protected with PPE equipment including, face masks, gloves, aprons and hand sanitiser.
We look forward to seeing you and bringing some normality back into people's lives and making your stay here relaxing and memorable.
Should you have any questions or are concerned in any way. Please feel free to contact us directly 01404 831278.
We have placed hand sanitiser throughout the hotel and in both ladies and gentleman’s toilets. Sanitiser is also located at reception and in the kitchen areas.
We have also placed small blue spray bottles of sanitiser in every room for the guests to use within the hotel. Please do not remove these small blue spray bottles of sanitiser from the hotel as they specifically for residential guests within the hotel.
If any bottle is removed from a room, the guest will be charged £10.00 for the replacement.