All Bookings at Fir Tree B&B must comply with current Scottish Government Advice and Guidance 

      COVID-19 Safety Measures and Procedures

      At Fir Tree Bed and Breakfast, we are committed to providing our guests with a reassuring and safe environment to relax in and enjoy. To        achieve this, we have:

  • Implemented the COVID-19 Food Standard Scotland Guidelines for Food Business Operators and Guidance for Hospitality-Scotland, issued 18/06/20.

  • Produced a COVID-19 Risk Assessment specific to Fir Tree B&B.

  • Implemented the Government handwashing guidelines and will continue our rigorous cleaning procedures. In addition, we have extra disinfection measures, and frequently target touch points e.g. light switches, door handles, taps & flush handles, and toilet seats etc.

  • Installed a hand sanitiser station at the entrance to the property. Guests must use hand sanitisers each time they enter the premises & before entering the dining room.

  • Restricted our booking calendar to allow ventilation time and additional cleaning procedures. Plus, we have reduced the number of rooms available to support social distancing in communal areas.

  • All these measures to keep guests safe but, there is no increase in room rates, but minimum stay is now two nights.

  • Social distancing markers & signage. Guest will be required to observe social distancing guidance in hallway & stairs, plus the dining room.

  • Contact-free check in methods avoid handling keys etc. Contactless payment is preferred using secure payment links or contactless card machine.

  • Pre-order disposable breakfast menu card with time allocation for arrival at the dining room at time intervals of 15 minutes from         8am -9am.

  • Suspended the breakfast buffet or self-service, only table service of food & drinks.

  • Table will be cleared, cleaned, and disinfected once it is vacant.

  • A new option of continental breakfast and packed lunch instead of cooked breakfast if guests prefer to reduce their time spent in the communal areas.

  • Increased our garden furniture to provide guests with additional private outdoor space to relax in.

  • A new option to eat Takeout food in the garden or in the dining room (but not their bedroom) if guests feel safer in less public spaces.