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COVID-19 Information

This page was last updated May 26, 2020.

To our guests, future guests and friends of "The Jeremiah Mason House Bed and Breakfast",

We take what is going on with COVID-19 extremely seriously along with its potential impact on us all. We would like to share what we are doing in an effort to keep you as safe as possible while visiting at our property. We have always and will continue to have our health and the safety, health and well-being of others our top priority. This is our home and our efforts are 24/7.

We are monitoring the spread and impact of the virus and will follow any alternate required and recommended actions from Health or Government officials as they are addressed.

We have always prided ourselves on the level of cleanliness of our property and have always paid special attention to disinfecting any surfaces where germs are likely to occur as well as spaces that are expected to be cleaned and sanitized. Linens are cleaned and sanitized after the departure of each guest, down to the mattress.

Door knobs, railings, remote controls, table tops, soaps, light switches, have always been washed and sanitized but we will be paying extra attention to this including any surfaces a guest might touch like chair tops, window sills and other areas and they will be gone over thoroughly. Also, as our guests are aware, all food served at the inn is prepared by us personally so that provides us with the confidence that it has been prepared in a healthy, hygienic and sanitary manner. Dishes are put through a 160-degree temperature dishwasher to sanitize fully.

We would ask that no cell phones, laptops or other electronic devices be placed on the dining tables or on common surface areas to help protect others.

We understand that you may want to stay home at this time, but please be reassured that we are doing everything we can to create a clean and safe environment for you during your stay.

Regular hand washing, avoiding skin contact and not touching your face with your hands can and will help alleviate most of your chances of becoming ill. We hope to continue to see you while this runs its course.

Valerie Kessler
The Jeremiah Mason House Bed and Breakfast