Island County has been Approved for Phase 3 Starting Today
What has changed? How does this impact your stay?
- We can continue to serve our hot breakfast in the dining room, but now we can accommodate larger groups traveling together.
- It also means that local restaurants can begin to expand their indoor seating to 75% of capacity.
- More businesses can begin to open up including libraries and museums.
- Non-essential travel is now fully permitted.
Restrictions that still apply for us during Phase-3:
We have expanded occupancy with some rooms available in both houses through the end of June.
Dining continues in the main parlor of the pink house with 2-top tables to allow 6-foot distancing.
Groups of up to 8 may be accommodated by pushing tables together if desired.
Hot breakfast will be served at either 8:00 or 9:00 AM by advance reservation.
Continental and Grab & Go breakfast options are still available.
It is recommended that guests wear a cloth face covering anytime they are not seated at the table or are in their guest rooms.
Your innkeepers will be serving breakfast while wearing cloth face-coverings.
Two-top tables will also remain available in most guest rooms to facilitate in-room dining.
Check-in will continue to be “contactless” self check-in and self check-out.
The Washington Department of Health also offers the following guidance:
People in high-risk populations are strongly encouraged to limit their participation in these Phase III
activities and business services. High-risk populations are currently defined by the CDC as:
Persons 65 years of age and older;
People of all ages with underlying medical conditions (particularly not well controlled),
People with chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma,
People who have serious heart conditions,
People who are immunocompromised,
People with severe obesity,
People with diabetes,
People with chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis, and
People with liver disease; and
People who live in a nursing home or long-term care facility.