We thought we should let you know what’s happening at Crossways, and what we are doing.
As of today, 24th March, the B&B remains open to keyworkers only for professional use (e.g. staying here while working at the hospital). No leisure or commercial stays are allowed.. Obviously we will keep a close eye on government guidelines and that may change.
Please don’t come if you don’t need to – when in doubt, stay at home. We fully understand if you cancel your booking, but do consider moving it to a date later in the year, or next year, if you can.
If you have a booking with us and know you need to cancel or postpone, we’d be grateful if you could let us know as soon as possible. Please do this by email if you can.
What We’re Doing
- Please don’t be offended if we don’t shake hands on arrival and departure!
- At Crossways, we maintain high levels of cleanliness, but we will be even more careful at the moment. We clean door handles and other surfaces anyone might touch regularly throughout the day.
- We are only using our en-suite rooms for now, so no shared shower/toilet.
- We will separate the breakfast room tables so they are at least 2 metres apart and we will limit the number of guests we have at any one time to help minimise unwanted contacts.
- If more than one room is occupied, we won’t be offering the breakfast buffet but will bring items through to you at breakfast on request. We will also not lay tables with crockery, condiments or cutlery but will bring these through when you are seated.
- If you prefer not to eat at the same time as other guests, we can stagger breakfast times or bring breakfast to your room.
- We normally service the rooms daily whilst guests are staying, unless they request privacy. If you would prefer us not to service your room please let us know on arrival or at breakfast time. We retain the right to enter rooms whilst you’re not there in an emergency.
What Can You Do
All restaurants are now closed, but there are a few takeaways and the supermarkets remain open as of now. We can supply crockery and cutlery.
All amenities are now closed, but the Cotswolds is still open for walkers and sightseers practising social distancing, and is still as wonderful as ever.
We hope this helps but please do contact us if you have any questions.
Most importantly, stay well yourselves and we hope to see you on the other side.