With the current Covid-19 outbreak, the Phineas Swann is open to accept guests, but with a number of guidelines and restrictions. Some of these rules are set by the state of Vermont, some are ones the Phineas Swann has put in place to ensure your stay with us is healthy and safe.
Capacity: Currently we are limiting our capacity to 25% of our total occupancy, excluding River House suites, which are isolated.
Health Certification: The state of Vermont requires each guest to fill out a Health Certification Form prior to their arrival for their stay.
Breakfast: Currently, our dining rooms is closed for breakfast, but we will still be providing guests breakfast. Guests can fill out a breakfast order the night before and leave it outside their door, and it will be ready for pickup at the time requested.
Gatherings: Currently we ask guests to avoid any gatherings on property of more than 10 people, as per state restrictions.
Main House, Check-In: For the time being, to discourage cross-contamination, our Main House common areas will remain closed. We will make arrangements for self-check-in so guests won’t have to interact with staff upon arrival.
Training & Planning: Our staff has received detailed training and been certified by the state to ensure your stay is sanitary and safe.
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