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COVID Health Measures

Covid-19 Info

Although we obviously did not wait for the Covid-19 pandemic to comply with very good hygiene rules, recent events have forced us to redefine the notion of “cleanliness” within our establishment.


Also, and to ensure both the well-being of our guests and the health security of all, here are our 7 golden rules now in force in our house.

We laugh a little about it, of course, but we take it all very seriously. This has been going on for over a year, but also long before for many of these common sense steps.

1. Ventilation

The healthy country air, the spring breath that fills the room when dawn breaks. Soon it will be summer...


He is already there, crouching in the still timid rays of an asserting sun.

The air, therefore, which twirls and renews itself in our interiors. It is our primary concern, it is it that we breathe, it of which we will ensure the quality.

Certainly, and it is not yesterday, we never have the habit of organizing indoor barbecues, and even less in spaces dedicated to our guests, but we like to clean up the indoor air through large sessions of opening of the bay windows, whatever the season.

2. Respect for protective gestures during cleaning

A few months ago, the evocation of "barrier gestures" would have made you think of the guards of the same name who secured the roads when the trains passed - who, then, could hide others.

But today, and by dint of having heard it repeated over and over, you know what these gestures cover: masks, freezes, and social distancing, the triptych against the spread of the virus that has so suddenly burst into our lives.

We strictly adhere to the directives issued by the health authorities concerning the cleaning of the rooms and the preparation of breakfasts and meals.


Likewise, we do what is necessary to remind them and make them respect the few dishonest hosts - fortunately very rare - who would feel unconcerned or invulnerable.

However, it is difficult to apply "social distancing" to cleaning a room, we do not yet have a robot evolved enough to pick up the towels that are lying in the bathroom or to carry out a correct cleaning without leaving a trace. We therefore intervene for the cleaning when you are not inside and can, on express request from you, not carry out the daily cleaning.

3. Use of a good disinfectant

In a pandemic period, can we distinguish the “good” from the “bad” disinfectant? In itself, a disinfectant disinfects, it is understood and it is already very good. A disinfectant which degreases is a degreaser. And a disinfectant that "diffuses essential oils of lavender and orange peel" is a scam.

We use eco-labeled virucidal disinfectant household products.

That is to say that not only do they eliminate germs, bacteria and viruses, but they respect the environment by not emitting persistent toxic substances.

4. Items to be cleaned and disinfected

We pay particular attention to all areas that may have been in contact with the previous occupants of your room and common areas (non-exhaustive list and in disorder!)

  • Door handles

  • Switches

  • Remote controls

  • Tables

  • Window sills and handles

  • Keys

  • Hair dryer

  • Bodyguard

  • Garbage and recycling bins

  • Washbasins

  • Toilets and controls

  • Faucet handles

  • Showers

  • Shower screens and doors

  • Shampoo / shower gel and soap dispensers

  • Hangers

  • Night tables

5. Use of disposable supplies

We have made the choice not to use disposable cleaning supplies: a global pandemic threatening the survival of mankind must not be an excuse for the destruction of its environment (which, in turn, would have more or less the same consequences!)


During our cleaning operations, each room has its own set of washable microfiber wipes to be sure not to transfer the virus from one room to another. We don't want to share everything either!


We use the color codes of the HACCP methods used in the hygiene industry, to ensure that your table will never be cleaned with the same wipe as the toilet!


It is one of our old jobs, so for that too, we did not wait for the pandemic!

6. Washing fabrics at high temperature

All our fabrics (sheets, towels, table linen, ...) are washed at high temperature.


After having tried 600 ° C and observed a certain loss of material in the washing process - as well as in the personnel assigned to these tasks - we opted for a 60 ° C which, in comparison is much more modest, but is nevertheless sufficient and much more suitable as long as you want to be able to take advantage of our textile-based supplies.


The microfiber wipes used during cleaning operations are washed at 90 ° C.

7. Removal of non-essential documents and items

Exceptionally, we will remove all non-essential documents and items in accordance with the authorities' requests:

  • questionable decorative elements,

  • forbidding documentation on the thimble museum located 2 km away,

  • directory dated 1991.


However, there is still nothing we can do for your brother-in-law ...

Rest assured, as soon as the authorities authorize it again, we will put everything back in place ... except your brother-in-law!

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