Cranmore Inn’s highest priority is the health, safety and security of our guests, staff, and business partners. We have been welcoming families and individuals since 1863 and are fortunate to live in a beautiful area that many people from near and far love to visit. We encourage you to stay at the Cranmore Inn recognizing that we continue to live in a new age, with COVID-19 present in all our communities.
Safety for our guests and staff has always been a top priority. The Cranmore Inn follows guidelines and recommendations from NH and Federal authorities including the CDC. Because there continues to be uncertainty around COVID-19, new strains of the virus, varying community levels in our area as well as areas travelers visit from, as well as inconsistent vaccination rates, we will continue to do everything we can to protect the health and safety of guests and staff by providing a safe and clean environment.
To that end we are asking that all guests staying at the Inn, regardless of vaccination status and community level, wear masks when moving through the Inn and when within 6 feet of others. We are also asking any individuals who have used public transportation (airplanes, trains, buses) in the 14 days prior to arrival to provide us with proof of vaccination. Those who have not used public transportation in the 14 days prior to arrival do not need to provide proof of vaccination.
Currently our common areas both inside and outside the Inn are open when observing proper social distancing. This includes our pool (open Memorial Day through Labor Day daily from 10 – dusk), patio, front porch, living area, dining room, and TV room. Our hot tub, however, is open only by reservation from 10am – 10pm for guests 13 and older after arrival.
We will be taking the temperature of all guests arriving at the Inn and if the guest temperature is above 100.4 we will not be able to accommodate that guest. In addition, guests staying at the Cranmore Inn will be asked to complete a online health survey three days prior to arrival to ensure everyone travelling understands and meets the health and safety requirements established by the Cranmore Inn.
We are grateful for the trust our guests have shown the Cranmore Inn through the years. We want everyone to understand what we are doing today in the areas of cleanliness, hygiene, and social distancing so that when they walk through the doors of our Inn, they know our commitment to their health and safety, and that of our staff, is our priority.
Please note the cancellation policy for the Cranmore Inn
If you need to cancel your reservation you can do so without charge or penalty if you provide notice at least 14 days prior to arrival (except Journey to the North Pole packages whose deposits are non-refundable). As a small inn we generally don’t have the opportunity to rebook cancelled rooms. Therefore, guests are responsible for all charges in the event of late arrival, early departure, or cancellations made within 14 days of the arrival date, regardless of reason.
All guests should consider travel insurance, to offset the costs of cancellation fees in the event of unexpected travel delays or complications, or other unforeseen circumstances including sudden illness.
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be following the guidelines as outlined in Cranmore Inn COVID19 Operating Guidelines.