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COVID19 Update

Dear guests & friends of The Governor’s Inn

Things have changed over the last few months. With now over 80% of Vermonters vaccinated, the Governor has dropped the last restrictions in the middle of June and ended the state of emergency. As long as you are not sick, you can visit the state without restrictions or having to quarantine. But please stay up to date and check the website listing Vermont’s travel restrictions in case things change again. We can also report that all staff at The Governor’s Inn has been fully vaccinated for everyone’s protection!

We do not require masks inside the Inn anymore, but request that you please wear your mask while in common areas if you are not yet vaccinated. Upon request we will also wear our masks while serving you. We can also offer contact-less check-in if you prefer – please let us know before you arrive.

Housekeeping is again available during your stay. As we know that not everyone feels comfortable having other people entering their room during the stay, we ask you to please let us know during breakfast if you like service that day and we will be happy to provide it. We continue to also offer the laundry bag in the room if you prefer not having housekeeping. Place items you would like cleaned in the hallway in front of your room by 11 a.m.  We will wash and replace them by 3 p.m. and hang the cleaned bag with the towels/linens on your doorknob.

We continue with our increased cleaning intervals in common areas of the Inn and for high-contact surfaces such as door knobs, handrails, and common seating areas.

As before, we ask that you not travel to Vermont or The Governor’s Inn if you feel ill or show symptoms of COVID-19.  We are waiving cancellation fees until further notice if you have to cancel due to COVID-19 symptoms or illness.

We continue to offer our guests the use of the dining room for your dinner if you order take-out at a local restaurant. Please let us know beforehand and we will set a table for you in the dining room to enjoy your dinner.

Well, these are still a lot of guidelines, when what we really wanted to say is “Welcome to Vermont, welcome to Ludlow, and welcome to The Governor’s Inn.  We hope you enjoy your stay.”


The staff at The Governor’s Inn