Country House Sensibilities - an indication of some changes guests can expect when The Nare reopens
I am delighted to announce that we are expecting and planning to reopen The Nare on Saturday 4th July. Preparations are being put in place to open in as safe a manner as possible within the restrictions and guidelines advised by our hospitality industry gurus.
We are working hard to devise measures that are appropriate, sensible and not going to compromise a comfortable stay. It does mean that some traditions and practices at The Nare will have to be adjusted for the time being. Please read below for a summary of some of the measures.
We are trying to be as flexible as we can with guest reservations and the postponement policy has worked well allowing guests to change their dates. The postponement notice period changes to 21 days on the day we reopen, i.e. 4th July.
The Nare is fortunate; the hotel is situated in a fabulously un-crowded part of Cornwall, with spacious gardens, a lovely beach and plenty of coastal walking on the doorstep. It is considered an ideal location for a British summer or autumn holiday and the risks are perceived as low. However reopening the hotel to guests is not completely without risks and of course there is a balance to be achieved of managing those risks whilst not spoiling what is after all a holiday. Within the hotel we are making appropriate adjustments and limitations to services and facilities. Some regrettably are not going to be available as a consequence, and unfortunately, for this there can be no allowance on the room rate.
I am very grateful for the patience and understanding that guests have shown by postponing their bookings and for bearing with us as we make changes to reopen and in due course progress towards a return to normal.
I am very much looking forward to throwing open the front doors again. I simply cannot wait to welcome you back to The Nare.
With very best wishes,
Please note the above precautions are a summary and an indicative guidance only. Measures are likely to be altered as the advice and perceived best practices are changed. It is a developing situation.
Last updated 5 July 2020