The Braemar Southport – COVID-19 Response
The pandemic has been horrible for some people and still causes anguish and concern for a lot of people. We want to reassure all of our guests that we take our responsibilities to safeguard our guests very seriously. That said, we are not hear to scare them either. COVID is still very much with us and has become something that we have to live with, but we acknowledge that many guests are still concerned. As can be seen below, the guidance states that most of the restrictions have now eased or have been removed, but lessons have been learned and some of the practices that we adopted during the pandemic have been retained. We want our guests to feel safe, but also to work with us as we transition back to some form of normality. We are happy to discuss any concerns that you may have in relation to COVID or indeed any practices that we may follow in the guesthouse.
Please feel free to talk to us by phone or email, about any concerns that you may have. Remember this is your holiday or relaxing break and we want to do everything that we can do to make it a great one.
- We ensure that all rooms are thoroughly cleaned with antibacterial cleaner when a guest leaves.
- Windows are opened and all linen and towels are sent to a commercial laundry for cleaning.
- All cups and glasses are put through the dishwasher. Toilet rolls are replaced.
- High contact surfaces are wiped with antibacterial cleaner.
- All rubbish is removed and new bin liners are added.
If you feel that we are not doing enough or you have questions about any particular practice, please lets us know?
Thank you for helping us all to stay COVID Safe.
Guidance for hospitality businesses
The Government has announced that, from Thursday 24 February 2022, the final legal Covid restrictions (in England), have been lifted. These include:
- You are no longer legally required to self-isolate if you test positive for COVID-19. People who test positive for COVID-19 should continue to stay at home and avoid contact with other people.
- You are no longer legally required to self-isolate if you are an unvaccinated close contact, and are no longer advised to test for 7 days if you are a fully vaccinated close contact.
- Contact tracing and retention of customer data is no longer required, and any data related to this should be deleted.
The latest Working Safely Guidance for hospitality businesses can be found via the link below.
This link will take you to the Gov.uk website and will show you the latest guidance as applied to hospitality businesses.