We suggest you print this off and put it in your suitcase to review just prior to arriving.
A Message for our Guests
Our crackerjack covid cleaners.
We are writing to inform you of our adaptive operational policies as we adjust to COVID directives. Our return guests will note some changes in the cottages. All books, games knick knacks, etc. have been removed. Kitchen inventories have been reduced, eliminating such extras as egg cups and liquor glasses. However, the basics for cooking will still be supplied such as coffeemaker, tea kettle, toaster, plates, glasses, flatware, cutting knives, serving spoons, mixing bowls, pots and pans. There will no longer be salt, pepper or sugar. Dishcloths, tea towels and garbage bags will be provided. So if you would like to enjoy a mystery novel, a fruit smoothie or improve your Scrabble skills, we ask that you bring these items from home.
All kitchens have full fridges with freezers and stoves with ovens. Each cottage has it’s own barbecue. All cottages have microwaves, except the duplex studios,, Amelia and Constance. The cottages are equipped with all bedding, bath linens and beach towels. The bathrooms have toiletries such as handsoap, shampoos, conditioners, lotion, T.P. and hairdryers.
Our office does not allow for sufficient social distancing so guests will be greeted in the parking lot and shown their cottages. Keys will be on the kitchen table with an envelop in which to place a cheque for the balance owing. We will need to move our check out time up to 10:00 a.m. and the check in time to 4:00 p.m. ( In situations where it MIGHT be possible for an earlier check in, guests will be notified of that possibility prior to arrival.)
Guests will be able to phone the office (250 537-5311) if extra supplies are needed and they will be delivered to the cottage door. Just prior to check out, guests are now required to strip the sheets, pillowcases, duvet covers and towels and place them in the laundry bag provided and leave it outside the front door, then open the windows and doors just as they leave the cottage. Please note that this is a REQUIREMENT mandated by public health professionals and must be followed.
These policies are directives for commercial accommodations from the B.C. CDC and WorkSafe, B.C. We can assure our guests that our cleaning staff has followed mandated public health procedures to keep themselves and our guests safe during these trying times.
We expect all guests to respect social distancing, as encouraged by Dr. Bonnie Henry, maintaining a 2 metre ( 6 + ft. ) distance from staff and other guests throughout our six acre peninsula.
Our guest can continue to enjoy their oceanfront decks, outdoor barbecues as well as the sand beaches, walks along the forest paths, a morning coffee or evening glass of wine at the very tip of the Point: experiencing the unique natural beauty and tranquility of Spindrift.