Thank you very much for looking at our website. We are now open again.
Cleanliness has always been our priority, but we are taking extra precautions at the moment for your safety and that of our staff.
We will greet you wearing a mask and ask that you kindly bring and wear a mask yourself in the public areas of the house, hall, staircase and corridors, and keep a distance of minimum one meter from any other guests. There will be hand sanitizing gel at your disposition at various strategic points around the house, and door handles, key pads, light switches, bannisters and so on will be regularly disinfected.
With regret, we will keep conversation to a minimum in order to reduce face to face contact, but you will find explanations of things to see and do in the area on our website, and we will always be happy to advise you over the telephone if you need any suggestions.
Our rooms will be rather more minimalistic than usual as we will remove things which can’t be washed each time like the pretty bedcovers and cushions, also wicker waste-paper-baskets, padded hangers, knickknacks, books, magazines and so on. If you do take out a book from the corridor bookshelves, we would ask that you leave it in the bedroom afterwards so we can disinfect it before putting it back.
In the double beds in the main rooms we have replaced the duvets with blankets which can be washed at 60°, like the sheets and towels. (Duvets on the single beds are washable). In the flats the duvets will be changed between each new group of guests. We will be wearing gloves to clean the rooms and using certified products and/or a steam cleaner to clean and disinfect the surfaces and textiles.
We would ask that on departure guests be kind enough to open the windows in order to air the room! Departure time this year will be 11.00 (10.00 for apartments) and arrival time between 17.00 – 20.00 (18.00 – 20.00 for apartments) to give us time to air and disinfect the rooms.
For a stay of more than one night, we think that it is best that we do not clean the room each day, so no one apart from yourself will go into your room during your stay. If you are staying in one of our rooms (not in a flat) , a breakfast tray will be served at your own individual table in the garden (bread, croissants, local apple juice and homemade jams, tea, coffee or hot chocolate) in place of our usual help-yourself buffet at a communal table.
- Clean sheets and towels will of course be available on request