We are open and can’t wait to see you!

Update as of July 11, 2020

Thank you for taking the time to read the following information. It is important to us that you know what to expect when you are at East Hill Farm.

At East Hill Farm we know how important traditions are to you and we have made every effort to keep our traditions in place as we follow guidance from state and federal agencies including the CDC and governor’s office to keep us all safe.

Before you leave home:

We are looking forward to seeing you all, but if you are not feeling well or have been exposed to COVID-19, please choose to visit us at a later date.

Following the state guidelines for lodging, we are able to welcome residents from New England states with no restrictions. Guests who reside outside of New England will need to self-certify upon arrival that all of the persons staying at the lodging facility have remained at home for at least 14 days before arriving in NH, only going out for necessities. First responders and healthcare workers who use PPE as part of their daily work are exempt from the isolate at home portion of this requirement.

Please bring your own masks or face coverings as they will be required when you are in locations where you are within 6 feet of others and at all scheduled activities. We look forward to seeing how creative you get with your face coverings!

What to expect when you arrive:

There is a health screening for all guests upon arrival. You will need to self-certify that all members of your party do not have any symptoms of or known exposure to COVID-19.

Please have only one person in your party come in for the initial check in to sign in and pick up your keys, egg cartons and activity schedule. We have clear markings for social distancing in the office area and other public places.

Social distancing is encouraged in public living rooms and other common areas. You can gather with your family and friends on the lawn and porches throughout the property. Please bring your own games and puzzles as we feel it is not possible to disinfect ours between each use.

The outdoor and indoor pools are open with social distancing modifications. Please bring your own beach towels for pool use. At this time, sauna is closed.

The pond and boats are open, there are miles of trails to hike and plenty of space on the lawn to spread out and enjoy nature. The animals are out in pastures just waiting for you to visit. You will be able to collect chicken eggs, milk the cow and feed the animals. Horseback riding and riding lessons are available with social distancing and extra disinfecting protocols.

Our recreation program is up and running! There may be some activities that we will not be able to do this year and we are making every effort to include activities in which we can incorporate safety and social distancing. Please wear a face covering to all scheduled activities for the protection of our staff and guests.

What we are doing to promote guest and staff safety:

In guest rooms we are following CDC guidelines for cleaning and disinfecting the rooms between guests. You may notice fewer items in your room and public spaces as we are trying to limit decorative items and some decorative bedding. If you need more bed coverings, just ask and we will provide them for you.

All common areas are cleaned and disinfected throughout the day following CDC guidelines. Hand sanitizer is located throughout the property for guest and staff use.

Dining room tables and outdoor picnic tables on the lawn are spaced 6 feet apart to allow for social distancing. You will not be surprised to learn that due to social distancing guidelines, you may not be able to sit in your usual spot or with a large group in the dining room this year. We will seat guests with their immediate family and ask that you wear your mask when coming in and out of dining areas.

In the barn we also have guidance for social distancing where necessary. The barn common areas are disinfected throughout the day. We ask you to be conscientious about your hand washing before and after you interact with the animals. There is a sink and hand sanitizer in the barn.

Our staff has a daily health screening and they wear masks whenever they are working within 6 feet of guests or other staff.

Reservation FAQ’s:

Cancelations:
If you have a reservation during the time when we are shut down, you can transfer your full deposit to another stay within one year or you can request to have your deposit refunded. If you have a reservation for June 19 or later and are unable to come due to restraints around COVID-19, you can transfer your deposit to another time or have your deposit refunded.

New Reservations:
Our office is open daily from 8:30am to 8:30pm and we are taking future reservations for summer and beyond. If you make a deposit on a new reservation and we are closed due to COVID-19, you can transfer the deposit to another stay or get your deposit back in full.

Wishing the best to you and your families. See you soon!

Sheri, Jimmy, Marshall, Jamie, and Jennifer