In the last few weeks, a number of essential service personnel (representing electrical utility, medical, educational and food distribution services) have stayed at Cabot Shores and have taken time either to work, or to be away working remotely and re-charge.
Following provincial and federal guidelines we are staying open for folks living in Nova Scotia (others arriving in the province can do their 14 day isolation here, with lodging and food and other packages including snowshoeing or hiking on property with social distance)
Our process is remote booking/reservation, check-in and check out. More information is on our blog under the title Shelter in Place with Social Distancing.
The Bistro is closed: however, we do provide restaurant food delivery/drop off or you can bring your own food .
Here is a link to our sanitation practices for our lodgings and hot tubs as prescribed by the World Health Organization.
Bookings and reservations can occur over the phone (902 929 2584) or online.
Here is what Cabot Shores is doing to keep our Wilderness Retreat/Resort in top shape:
For our guests
- Cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces and common areas (tables, chairs, doorknobs, light switches, remotes, desks, sinks, etc.) based on recommendations from the CDC
- Following a more rigorous laundering schedule for all bedding/washable items
- Using disinfectant cleaning solutions following the approved products list found here
- We use a KEYLESS entry, so you don’t need to interact with ANYONE upon arriving or departing
- Assigned bathrooms for exclusive of use of one set of guests (a family, couple, individual)
For our team
- Cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces and common areas and asking team members to do the same
- Limiting close-contact interaction within our offices
- Asking anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms to stay home
- Switching to remote (from home) work for as many employees as possible
- We are prepared to alter our daily procedures, should the need arise, and will continue to monitor the situation and keep you up to date with any changes. As we move forward, the most effective way to stay healthy and minimize the spread of infectious disease is to follow basic best health practices.
We appreciate your interest in Cabot Shores , and we’re praying that you and all of our guests and staff stay safe and healthy during this time. If you have questions in regards to covid-19, please reach out to your healthcare provider, the Nova Scotia Health authority, or the World Health Organization or for personal health questions, call 811.
Interested in staying at Cabot Shores? See our offerings for Shelter in Place.