Welcoming you back amidst COVID-19…
Whether you have an existing reservation with us, or are considering a future visit to our Inn, please know that we are taking the current pandemic situation very seriously. We have always held ourselves to high standards of cleanliness. So many inns do. We are part of a diligent, caring and concerned industry.
We have certified with the state that we have met all requirements to operate in this new environment. As a result, Puffin Inn is open for business and carries the State of Maine Seal of approval.
From June 15 -June 25: Puffin Inn will be opening its doors to:
Starting July 3 on until further notice:
What can we tell you about what we are doing specifically here at The Puffin?
· Prior to your arrival, the room will have been thoroughly cleaned using EPA certified disinfecting products on both hard and soft surfaces – including door-knobs, light switches, remote controls.
· All linens will be new to your room. For the time being, we are removing decorative pillows from the room. You will see that we have added individual bottles of hand sanitizer and a small packet of disinfectant wipes. This is for your own additional peace of mind, as well as for you to use wherever you travel outside the inn.
The indoor common areas of the inn will continue to be cleaned daily and supplemented with multiple mid-day touch-ups, disinfecting wipe downs and the like. We’ve added stations throughout our common areas and near the front door where you’ll have access to sanitizing wipes and hand sanitizer. We also have gloves and masks available upon request.
Here are a few extra things we are doing to keep us all safe:
We will be offering two ways for you to check-in: our traditional greeting and showing you around, but with appropriate social distancing. Alternatively, we are offering a ‘contactless’ check-in process, should you prefer. Upon departure, please leave the room key on the black hutch in the common room.
In either case, we will be asking you to call or text us from your vehicle when you arrive so that we can ensure there are not multiple groups arriving at the front door at the same time. We are also requiring that you wear a mask when entering the inn and in the common spaces.
As we learn what works and what doesn’t, we will be modifying how we go about this. Your feedback is welcome!
Things are changing every day so please stay tuned. As of now we can gladly report that Ogunquit is open for business!
The town, Perkin’s Cove, Ogunquit Beaches, the Marginal Way, Restaurants and Retail Shops are open with the required restrictions.
· Because of the narrowness of the path on the Marginal Way folks are required to wear a face covering at all times. On the beach visitors are asked to keep a social distance of 6 feet and/or wear a face covering when this is not possible, 12 feet is required between parties when sunbathing.
· Most businesses require visitors to wear face coverings, as well as posting signs that may limit the number of visitors to the store at one time.
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