Current Guidelines for NH Lodging 2021
These are the current guidelines as of March 11, 2021. If anything changes, we will do our best to update the website as quickly as possible.
Please read these guidelines carefully, and make sure you have prepared for your stay with us by self-quarantining for 10 days prior to check in if you are a guest from outside of New England.
We would love for you to stay with us, however, if you are unable to meet all the criteria, you will be able to get a 100% refund for your reservation.
Upon check in, guests will be asked to provide a copy of their driver’s license and will be asked to sign a statement, attesting that they have met the guidelines, and have self-quarantined for 10 days prior to arrival (if coming from outside of New England.
If you have any questions about this protocol, please feel free to contact us.
Please click on the link below for the most current guidelines or any changes that may not be listed on this document.
NOTE: You do NOT need to quarantine for 10 days or get tested for COVID-19 if either of the following apply:
1. You are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and more than 14 days have passed since you received the second dose of your COVID-19 vaccine.
2. You have previously tested positive for active COVID-19 infection (by PCR orantigen testing) in the last 90 days (if you had a previous infection that was more than 90 days ago, you must still follow all quarantine requirements)
Operators should require a copy of a driver’s license or a signed document from the guest(s) attesting that all the person(s) staying at the lodging facility who are not residents of a New England state have remained at a home for at least 10 days before arriving in New Hampshire, only going out for essential items and when outside of the home maintaining social distancing and wearing face masks when within less than 6 feet of another person during this 10 day “quarantine”. Non-New England guests should be made aware at the time of the reservation of the need for this requirement and signature.
~ Taken from nh.gov website