Calling all Vermonters: Please contact us for special offers for your family’s safe, local, and overdue “Staycation”!
Keeping you and your family safe is of utmost importance to our entire Team here at Stowe Country Homes. Exceptionally clean properties have always been our priority.
All homes are cleaned by a SCH Approved Housekeeper. All SCH Approved Housekeepers are now trained in the
Vacation Rental Housekeeping Professionals (VRHP) and Vacation Rental Management Association (VRMA) “SafeHome” certification course.
Subcontractors that are Approved Housekeepers are required to review the SCH Training Handbook, which details the VRHP/VRMA “SafeHome” guidelines. This certification
and Training Handbook encompasses and exceeds standards provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO)*.
Best practices include a minimum 4-day turnover between guests. For a complete list of guidelines and products used, please call our office at 800-639-1990.
For more information regarding our risk-free cancellation and no-contact check-in policy, please follow this link.
Every week Vermont is taking small steps towards a full re-opening. Changes are inevitable, but with those changes come the comfort of a safe and healthy Vermont.
The latest travel information from the Town of Stowe can be found here, and a helpful summary is below.
June 15: Out of state visitors to Vermont may arrive and begin a new reservation for any length of stay as long as they are in compliance with the Governor’s directive below:
EFFECTIVE June 15: Travelers may complete either: (i) a 14-day quarantine; or (ii) a 7-day quarantine followed by a negative test – in their home state and enter Vermont without further quarantine restrictions if they drive directly from their home via their personal vehicle.
June 8: some guest travel without additional quarantine restrictions to and from the counties of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New York with 400 or fewer active cases of COVID-19 per million, and as further set forth in guidance issued by the Secretary of the Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD).
June 5: limited indoor seating at restaurants and bars may now occur in addition to outdoor seating.
June 1: Child care centers and summer day camps may reopen. Group gatherings may increase to include up to 25 individuals.
May 29: Gatherings of up to 25 people are now permitted.
May 22: Guests with existing short term rentals are welcome. Restaurants may choose to resume in-person operations if they are able to provide outdoor seating only, with additional requirements.
May 18: Retail operations may resume at 25% of their full capacity, with masks being required for employees and recommended for all others.
Between May 15 – June 1: Salons and restaurants may reopen as long as they follow CDC guidelines.
May 7: Recreational activities now permitted to resume include, but are not limited to, natural parks and hiking trails, game stations, and golf courses. Outdoor recreation and fitness may resume provided
that it follows these guidelines:
-low or no contact among participants
-occurs in groups of ten (10) or fewer individuals
-happens while still observing social distancing guidelines that include separation of at least six (6) feet between yourself and another person
-occurs while observing the “arrive, play, and leave” guidance from Governor Scott, requesting that participants do not gather and congregate before or after these activities
-Limited “inter-household” socialization may also now occur if both trusted households (including children) continue to observe proper health and safety precautions.
See Vermont Governor Scott’s “Restart Vermont” plan here. You may also review the Governor’s full COVID-19 response plan here.