Quiet Forest

Keeping Healthy

Above all, Honey Hollow Farm dedicated to the health and safety of our guests and collaborators. We are proactively monitoring Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are following best practice guidelines and hospitality service protocols.

  • Stringent housekeeping procedures for cleanliness and sanitization (including EPA-approved disinfectant) that meet and exceed industry best practices and standards have been instituted.

  • We will continue frequent deep cleaning between visitors including frequent touchpoints such as: handles, faucets, trash-receptacle touchpoints, light fixtures, remote controls, and counters.

  • We have multiple sinks for handwashing throughout and have provided hand sanitizers for the use of all guests, participants and collaborators.

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Before You Stay

During this time, if you are planning to visit our property, but are presenting COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), have recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19, have cold or flu symptoms, or have a compromised immune system, we ask that you please reschedule your vacation for another date.

 

If a guest or member of the traveling party, or household, is experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, or has within the last week, they will be asked to refrain from traveling to Honey Hollow Farm.

Honor & Mindfulness

While you have entrusted us with your best interest in mind, we are also placing our trust in you.  We ask that each guest take responsibility for his/her own actions. For groups traveling in pods we do not have any type requirements for masking indoors. For those attending day classes or workshops that are not with a pod, we encourage the use of masks indoors but ultimately leave it up the discretion of each individual to proceed according to their comfort level. We respect the choices of others but we only ask that individuals be mindful of the health and safety of others when making their choices. The choices we make affect the health and wellbeing of others, specifically other guests, staff and collaborators. We aim to honor and protect all who come to Honey Hollow Farm.

For those engaging in workshops, classes and events, we ask that you each participant fill out a waiver.