Adapting to COVID-19
To our valued guests, family & friends!
You may have heard about the announcement made regarding the plan to restart the economy in our great state of Maine. While we do not feel that this plan is set in stone, as it currently stands, here’s a look at what our summer season will look like.
We are not able to host any guests in our cabins or the lodge until June 1st.
From June 1st we will be allowed to host guests who live in Maine, as well as non-resident guests who have met the 14-day quarantine rules set forth by the governor. If the coronavirus “curve” continues to flatten, we may finally be able to host out of state guests in July. The 14-day quarantine for non-residents entering Maine is still the kicker here, and if that is lifted during this time then we should be able to return to some level of a new normal. We will continue to monitor this situation and update you as we are able to.
In the meantime, we have had to get creative, because as this economic curveball continues to unfold, we are realizing that we must re-structure our business model in order to stay afloat. We are currently offering our meals, delivered to your door for both locals and visitors alike (when the time comes). Visit our Meal Delivery page for updated menus, give us a call and place your order and we’ll deliver it to your door if you live within our delivery area. We hope that this will offer us a little bit of income during this uncertain time and it may just be that this is what our new “normal” looks like.
Please be in touch with us if you’d like to re-schedule your reservation for a later date or even just to say hi. We really are doing our best to keep our chins up and stay positive and we look forward to getting back to it as soon as we are able to.
Thank you so much! We look forward to seeing you when the time is right!
Lindsay, Mike, Walter & Annie
Updated on 05/05/2020