Pond Mountain Inn

A Vermont Bed and Breakfast Complete with Dramatic Mountain Views


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Pond Mountain Inn COVID-19 Protocols and Response

Updated: December 10, 2020

Our Commitment

With the approach of winter the Green Mountains, safety continues to be our highest priority. Relaxation, wellness, tranquility, happiness, adventure and enhanced outdoor activities have always been our specialties, and despite the new challenges presented by Covid-19, we continue to be fully prepared to offer our guests the complete Vermont experience that they have come to love.

Winter Dining at Pond Mountain Inn

Out of respect for CDC regulations and the Vermont Department of Health we continue offering breakfast dining in the Main House dining room. In the winter months we only have one family on premises at a time. However, we continue to work individually with each guest to determine the ideal dining venue for their needs that include bringing breakfast to the Loft Suite. Our daily breakfast menus are as robust and creative as ever, featuring the best local and regional ingredients available.

Sanitation

As one of Vermont’s premier boutique inns, Pond Mountain Inn has always maintained the highest level of cleanliness and sanitization. Additional safety protocols include:

  • Health and temperature checks before the start of each day.
  • Extra vigilant staff hand washing practices.
  • Higher-frequency cleaning and disinfection throughout all public areas.
  • Selected cleaning agents to reduce viral transmission on surfaces.
  • Deep cleaning and disinfection of suites between visits.

We’re Ready for Your Visit!

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Pond Mountain Inn | Cross State Travel Restrictions

Travelers from counties in New York, New Jersey and New England states having fewer than 400 active cases per million are permitted to stay in Vermont without completing the Vermont Certification of Compliance.

You Are Permitted to Travel to Vermont & Pond Mountain Inn Under the Following Guidelines:

Travel to Vermont is also permitted if the travelers have self-quarantined for the last 14 days prior to traveling nonstop to Vermont, or if the travelers have self-quarantined for the last 7 days prior to traveling nonstop to Vermont and have tested negative for the virus.

A color coded map by county is available from the state of Vermont (please click on the following to link to the map and move your cursor over the county where you live to determine how to proceed) https://accd.vermont.gov/covid-19/restart/cross-state-travel

If you need help navigating the Vermont Official State Website or have questions about travel to Vermont, we would be delighted to help even if your plans do not include Pond Mountain Inn.

Pre-Arrival or Upon Arrival

Guests may be required to complete the Vermont Certification of Compliance.

Safety & Hygiene

The safety and wellbeing of our guests is our top priority at Pond Mountain Inn. We continue to take great pride in maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene. In response to the coronavirus, we have taken additional measures developed in consultation with the Vermont Department of Health, World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to make our cleaning and hygiene protocols even more rigorous.

Our personal commitment is that we are adhering to all the best evidence-based public health advice. We continue doing everything that we can to ensure your safety and provide maximum flexibility as the situation around novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve.

 Most sincerely,

Kay & Glenn

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