In case you missed it, Engadine garnered an important media mention in the Washington Post on Friday, June 12! In the article, Hannah Sampson, the writer for the Post, was described for readers what they might expect regarding breakfast service at B&B’s, inns and hotels in these days defined by social distancing, strict sanitation protocols and prudent efforts to restrict transmission of the coronavirus. You can check out the article using this link to the Post.
We were happy to report to the Post (and to you!), that we are following all federal, state and local guidelines intended to keep our guests safe. Our efforts include changes to the way we serve breakfast. But we ARE STILL SERVING BREAKFAST, so if you’re jonesing for our famous brown sugar and pecan crusted applewood smoked bacon, it’s still on the menu!
At the same time, we’ve enhanced our cleaning and sanitation processes so our rooms and cabins (especially the cabins!) are a great way to get away from it all while social distancing in our rural mountain setting located 15 minutes from the urban center of Asheville!
If you have the time, consider booking a quick getaway visit to Engadine. You can book here on our website or give us a call!
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