During these times of uncertainty, we at Bear Lake Premier Cabins want to ensure our guests, homeowners and employees that we are taking the necessary actions in all our homes to protect the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Monitoring the spread of the virus and adhering to the States requirements to ensure your safety and ours.
Rescheduling or Canceling an upcoming stay:
We understand that during these times there are many factors that may affect your upcoming stay with us. We encourage all our guests to continue to consult and monitor the CDC Travel Advisories for concerns and restrictions about travel.
At this time, we are offering guests to reschedule their reservation by moving it to a future date within the next year without any additional fees or charges. If travel has become unavailable, we will offer a refund.
All our homes are equipped with smart locks or separate lockboxes to access the property. This minimizes the person to person contact and allows the guest to check in and out without interfacing with any of our staff. Most of the shared amenities are closed to minimize the spread of the virus from one group to another.
Professional Housekeeping and Maintenance Updates
Between each reservation our professional housekeeping and maintenance staff are taking the extra precautions to minimize the spread of COVID-19. By sanitizing all areas and using bleach-based wipes and cleansers to minimize exposure. We will continue to add additional cleansers and hand sanitizers to our supplies to ensure we are properly stocked when supplies are available.
The best line of defense against coronavirus is taking the necessary measures to avoid exposure. Here are the a few of the most effective preventative measures that we encourage all to follow:
Wash your hands frequently with soap—and for at least 20 seconds. (Sing the Happy Birthday song twice)
If soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer.
Avoid touching your eyes, mouth and any areas of the face
Avoid contact with other sick people, and large groups of people.
If you are feeling ill, stay home and contact your local physician if you experience symptoms.
Read the CDC recommendations for further information. We will be monitoring this very closely and update as any additional information becomes available. Our hearts are with you during this difficult time and your safety is our mission.