The CoronaVirus epidemic has turned our lives upside down, we still do not know what and how many changes it will bring to the society we live in and how long this critical phase will last.

It certainly made us aware of how vulnerable we are.

It will change the way we interact with others, the way we travel and how we choose our vacation destination.

We will need, you and we, to feel "safe."

Pending precise guidance from the public health protection agencies, in the management of the B & B we are committed to implementing the following behaviors, according to the current recommendations of the government :

- Maintaining interpersonal distancing in the hall as well as in the kitchen. That is why we organize breakfast in shifts, you will be asked the time you would like to consume it so as not to create gatherings in the hall. It is no longer possible to organize a buffet, you can choose from the menu and we will serve you at the table. We will provide a change of tablecloth at every shift.

- Guarantee of environmental cleanliness and hygiene. Aside from the normal daily cleaning of rooms and disinfection of common areas, with each departure and new arrival we perform complete disinfection of the room, countertops, curtains, fabrics in general, and everything you will come in contact with.

- Ensuring adequate natural ventilation and air exchange.

- Wide availability and accessibility to hand disinfection systems (in room, near ATM,.etc.).

- We use masks in enclosed places or environments and otherwise in all circumstances where interpersonal distancing cannot be guaranteed. As far as possible, given supply problems, a mask is available in each room for each guest.

- We use disposable gloves, particularly when purchasing, preparing, and handling food and beverages.

According to what is stated in the government decree, we also recommend that you adhere to the simple sanitation rules :

  1. wash your hands often, hydroalcoholic handwashing solutions are available to you in common rooms;
  2. Avoid close contact with people suffering from acute respiratory infections;
  3. Avoid hugs and handshakes;
  4. Maintain, in social contacts, of an interpersonal distance of at least one meter;
  5. Practice respiratory hygiene (sneeze and/or cough into a handkerchief, avoiding hand contact with respiratory secretions);
  6. Avoid the mixed use of bottles and glasses;
  7. Do not touch your eyes, nose and mouth with your hands;
  8. Cover your mouth and nose if you sneeze or cough;