April 29th - UPDATE:
The governor has extended the Stay Safe at Home order until May 31st and has announced a 4-stage plan to reopen businesses. This plan continues the orders that all travelers entering or returning to Maine, must self-quarantine for 14 days.
May 8th - UPDATE:
Maine now has a Rural Reopening plan which, on May 18th, will allow us to open the cottages to Maine residents (and those who meet the 14-day quarantine; quarantined in-state from our understanding). For now, it appears we may not rent to out-of-state visitors until July. However, the reopening plans are still developing. We will keep you updated as we learn more.
Click here to see the governor's order from April 28th.
Click here to see the May 8th Rural Reopening plan.
Click here for some answers regarding the 14-day quarantine.
As usual, we began spring cleaning the cottages in early April in preparation for the 2020 season. During the season, the regular cleaning of the cottages between guests will be enhanced with even more attention given to the disinfection of often-touched surfaces such as door handles, light switches, etc. If supplies are available, we will do our best to provide disinfectant wipes, spray, and cleaner in each cottage.
We understand some of you may need to cancel your reservation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. You will have two options upon canceling: 1) a full refund of your deposit or 2) you can make a reservation for a later time this year or next year and we can apply your deposit towards that. We will make every effort to issue timely refunds.
While here we ask that you stay 6 feet or more from other guests, have masks on hand to wear as needed, and practice good hand-hygiene. Options for no-contact check-in and payment are available.
If you have specific questions, please call or email us. We wish you all well and look forward to serving you in the future.
- Teresa & Bill Robinson