Health & Safety Policies 

Our guests’ health and safety remain the most critical aspect of the experience we offer at Crane’s Beach House. We have implemented the following policies and procedures in light of the continued need for increased safety measures during travel. We ask that you fully review these very important safety precautions as well as our latest and firm reservation policies, prior to booking your stay. CLICK HERE to review our Cancellation Policy and Booking Recommendations. 

Crane’s has instituted substantial measures to safeguard guests while the threat of exposure remains of heightened concern. 

We are acutely focused on ensuring that our guests are free from the risk of potential exposure while on our property, and have reinstituted several policies in accordance with CDC recommendations that we would like to share with you.

Our current guest service environment adheres to the following practices:

  • All guests entering the front office should use our provided hand sanitizer
  • A plexiglass shield is in place for protection within the front office 
  • Remote check-out, using the in-room phone to connect with our front desk
  • Limited, entry-free amenity delivery option, with sanitary door drop off and collection
  • No large social gathering unless traveling in the same group
  • Only registered guests are allowed on the property during this time
  • Discontinuation of some food and beverage services

Sanitation Measures

We adhere to the following preventative sanitation measures, in line with recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other health agencies:

  • Continued use of CDC-approved grade cleaning products and techniques, following the organization’s suggested guidelines
  • More frequent cleaning and sanitizing of surfaces, doorknobs, handrails, and other areas
  • Increased availability of hand sanitizers and frequent hand washing of staff, guests, and visitors
  • More frequent daily sanitation of restrooms, kitchens, and other facilities on the property
  • Ongoing training for employees
  • Ongoing communications and updates with local health officials

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