By executive order, Lodging facilities in Vermont, which includes Short Term Vacation Rentals, are permitted to honor existing reservations that take place from May 15th onward. 

New reservations are permitted for any stays taking place on or after June 15th, 2020.

For complete information on a county-by-county basis from locations throughout the Northeast and beyond, please visit Vermont's Cross State Travel Information site, which includes information on Frequently Asked Questions as well.

Prior to requesting a reservation, please ensure you will be able to comply with Vermont's requirements for quarantining or testing and quarantining. Guests traveling from counties with fewer than 400 per million active Covid-19 cases as confirmed by the ACCD site map are not required to quarantine prior to arriving in Vermont. 

All guests are required to complete a Vermont Certificate of Compliance prior to arrival. All guests are strongly encouraged to register with Sara Alert on the day of arrival. It provides free daily reminders to check for symptoms and access to Vermont Department of Health in case of an outbreak.

Guests should not travel to Vermont if they are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms or they meet the criteria for needing to Isolate or Quarantine.

(Updated September 23, 2020)

As always, the comfort, well being and safety of our guests is our top priority. 

We have implemented enhanced procedures based on guidelines and recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the Vacation Rental Management Association (VRMA) and the Vacation Rental Housekeeping Professionals (VRHP).

All housekeepers are required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE), including masks, disposable gloves and splash shields for entry into any property. Properties are cleaned and sanitized using disinfecting products approved by the EPA. 

Linens and bedding, shower curtains and liners are professionally laundered at high temperatures for proper cleaning and sanitization. 

Frequent use items such as light switches, door knobs, stair railings, telephones, remote controls, appliances, toilets, faucets, hangers, touch screens, and lock boxes are treated with disinfectant products.

At this time, VRHP and VRMA recommends that all extra throw blankets, decorative pillows, or other soft objects should be put away until further notice.

We are happy to provide further information upon request.