Covid-19 Safety Protocol & Precautions at Fells Meadows
The health, safety and well-being of our guests and staff is paramount at Fells Meadows. We are closely and actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation and are adhering to the guidelines put forth by the federal and provincial governments, and local health officials to protect our guests, staff, and volunteers and minimize the spread of COVID-19.
In light of the pandemic Fells Meadows has altered priorities and rates to better support people to come and be nourished in nature in a safe way. Our own retreats/workshops have been put on hold until 2023 and our priority has shifted to offering safe accommodations for individuals, couples, families and small groups. Fells Meadows was created to nourish mind, body, and soul. Having a safe place to connect with nature and rejuvenate is critical in these challenging times.
During the pandemic Fells Meadows has put in place the following:
Buildings and linens are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected after and before any bookings.
The host, staff, and volunteers have minimum contact with guests. Leslie Fell or a designate will meet an individual to show them the farm house or cabins if this is the first time at Fells Meadows. Leslie and any designate may wear a mask when meeting with guests in a building. The guests are not required to wear a mask when meeting with Leslie or her designate. All staff and guests must be symptom free before coming to and during time at Fells Meadows.
Preventing the Spread
In accordance with Public Health regulations, we encourage the following among both guests, staff, and volunteers:
- Use of outdoor spaces whenever possible
- Practicing physical distancing as much as possible
- Frequent hand washing and use of our sanitization stations throughout the property
- The use of face masks indoors in public spaces may be used by staff or volunteers. Presently it is up to guests whether they use a mask or not.
We are happy to answer any inquiries pertaining to our policies, procedures, and protocols via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or you may call Leslie Fell’s cell 647-987-4815.