COVID-19 Update

As we prepare to greet our guests I wanted to let you know how we are approaching our new reality in the hospitality world. The American Hotel & Lodging Association, in their "Stay Safe" campaign, provides universal guidelines to help large and small lodging establishments prepare to reopen safely. https://www.ahla.com/safestay

"The AHLA Safe Stay Advisory Council is working in conjunction with public health experts, scientists, and medical leaders to develop a series of best practices for the industry including the following:
  • Enhanced cleaning standards throughout the facility, including guest rooms, meeting spaces, common areas, and back-of-house spaces
  • Superior cleaning products with a greater concentration of bacteria-killing ingredients, in accordance with CDC guidelines
  • Social distancing practices and reducing person-to-person contact. Increased transparency throughout the guest journey"
We here at The 1810 Juliand House B&B are working with AHLP, the Association of Lodging Professionals (ALP) and Commerce Chenango to make sure we have met all industry guidelines for the health and safety of you, our valued guests. 

One way we have changed our process is to offer separate dining rooms when we have more than one family staying. While we love the interactions our guests have over a custom-cooked breakfast, we understand that for a while, this is not an option. We are fortunate to have two full kitchens and two separate dining areas so we can still provide our custom-cooked breakfast and our guests will still receive our undivided attention. 

The hospitality industry has been hit hard with this pandemic but we will overcome. Great customer service means we cannot be stuck in the tried and true but must be flexible to today's demanding constraints. We are up to the task and look forward to seeing you, our potential guest, as soon as you feel comfortable traveling.    Bed and Breakfasts are a #Better Way to Stay.



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