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March 13, 2020
Dear Guests,
By now you have undoubtedly heard of the coronavirus or COVID-19 and may have already taken the steps necessary to protect yourself, family, and the most vulnerable people in your life. Steven and I very much share your concerns and want to reassure you that if traveling to our inn we are taking preemptive actions and will be updating and changing our strategies as new science-based information on this disease is available.
Just as we are asking those who work with us every day not to come to the inn if they or a family member is sick, we ask the same courtesy from you our guests. If you or a person in your party is experiencing symptoms of fever, cough or difficulty breathing please consider changing your Whitehall travel plans. Even if you believe the illness to only be the flu, influenza, or a cold please call the inn directly at 715-533-0335 to discuss this on a case by case basis.
Those guests who have been valued repeat customers know we pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our guest rooms and public areas, as well as the comfort and safety of our guests. Keeping the property clean and sanitized is even more important now. In addition to our normal cleaning procedures we have added an additional CDC recommended daily food safe disinfectant to guest room surfaces and laundry. For our own safety we have added additional equipment/clothing when entering a guest room.
As of today, March 13th, our lobby hours (7:30 am – 9:00 pm Monday thru Saturday, and
Sunday 7:30 am – 11:00 am) remain the same and we are serving a continental breakfast
daily (7:30 am to 9:30 am). The spread of this disease is a very fluid situation, so if you have any questions please call the inn directly to discuss your concerns 715-533-0335.

If anyone would like to receive a copy of our policies and procedures specific to COVID-19 please email me at Our guests, employees and our own personal families health is a top priority and the sharing of strategies in accomplishing those goals is in part a small way to diminish the concerns of the unknowns.

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