Abberley Guest House is operating following current government guidelines. Guidelines may change periodically. We appreciate your co-operation and understanding, and we hope you enjoy your stay with us.

If you have any additional concerns or queries, please contact us by email (stay@abberleyguesthouse.co.uk) or telephone +44 (0)1803 392 787 before your stay.

Before You Arrive

Please ensure you are fit and well enough before you travel.

On Arrival

Guests should arrive after 3pm on the date of arrival.

Your temperature will be taken using a contactless thermometer.

You will be directed to your room.

During Your Stay

Please be curtious and considerate of other guests.

Maintain social distancing when in communal areas.

Hand sanitiser is available in the entrance hall way. Please use it each time you enter or leave the building.

The front door should be shut with your elbows or feet. Avoid touching the door unless you have cleaned your hands.

Breakfast will be served at a pre-agreed time in a designated breakfast room.

Rooms will be provided with bed linen, towels, toilet rolls and hand soap.

Tea & coffee facilities, toiletries and hair dryers have been removed, but are available on request.

An additional information sheet will be provided in each room.

Guest House Procedures

The guest house will be operating with a reduced capacity.

Communal areas will be regularly cleaned and disinfected throughout the day.

Rooms will be cleaned on a daily basis, while you are out.

Breakfast will be served in seperate rooms.

PPE will be worn by staff during your stay.

In addition to the standard cleaning methods, rooms will also be steam cleaned and disinfected between guests.

If You Start to Show Symptoms

If you begin to show symptoms during your stay and cannot return home, you should follow the government guidance on dealing with possible or confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infections.

As of July 2020, if you begin to display signs of the coronavirus (COVID-19) virus during your stay, you should inform the proprietor and immediately self-isolate, to minimise any risk of transmission. You should request a test. If you are confirmed to have coronavirus (COVID-19), you should return home if reasonably possible. If it is not possible, for example you are not well enough to travel or do not have the means to arrange transport, your circumstances should be discussed with the proprietor, an appropriate health care professional and, if necessary, the local authority.

If you are unable to return home, the prorietor will discuss meal and laundry provisions, and make arrangements for the cleaning of your room and bedding. You may be required to clean your own room and change bedding.

You will be expected to pay the costs of an extended stay in all but exceptional circumstances.

Once you have finished the required self-isolation period and are no longer symptomatic, you should return to your main residence and continue to follow the government guidance on self-isolation, household isolation and social distancing.