Near Airdrie, Cumbernauld & Falkirk
in North Lanarkshire - Scotland


Covid-19 Policy

Covid Prepared - Good to Go scheme

Here at Easter Glentore Farm, we understand how much our guests may be concerned about booking holiday accommodation in the current Covid-19 situation.
Please be assured that we are following the Scottish Government advice to the self catering sector. We are holders of the 'Good to Go' certificate which is the official UK mark to show that a tourism and hospitality business has worked hard to follow Government and industry Covid-19 guidelines and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.

Coming to chat to our quests and making sure you have everything for your stay is very important to me, but I must now make sure that I socially distance from you. Nonetheless, we look forward to welcoming you and hope that you will enjoy your holiday.

To help you feel more comfortable about coming to stay in Acorn Cottage, we want to make clear the steps we are following:

  • We are following new stringent cleaning regimes.
  • All cleaning staff will wear PPE when in the cottage.
  • We will do a quick clean, then a deep clean, then sanitise.
  • We will leave the property empty for 3 days between guests.

Before arrival
Please make your own risk assessment concerning all of the guests in your party, and make your own judgements on whether or not you think it is safe for them, and you, to come to stay. Please be particularly mindful of the elderly and anyone with underlying health conditions.
Please do not travel to us if anyone in your party is unwell. If you have any symptoms, you must stay at home.

During your stay
Please bring your own PPE for use during your stay (e.g. face covering, hand sanitiser).
Hand sanitiser is available for use at the entrance to the property.
You must notify me immediately if any member of your party becomes unwell during your stay. Should a guest be unable to leave through illness or self-quarantine, and there is another family due to arrive, the second family will have their stay cancelled and a refund will be given to them. The guest/party that is having to extend their stay will have to pay for the extra days they are having to stay.

The kitchen in Acorn Cottage will have a bare minimum of glasses, crockery, cutlery and pans, as we have to wash them all again between bookings.

We have had to remove many of 'the personal touches' that we previously had in the cottage, such as cushions, throws, ornaments, books, shampoo, etc. and information leaflets, as we cannot wipe them down between guest visits.
Please note that information about what to do and see in the area is on the Location page on our website, but please contact individual attractions/shops/eateries before you try to visit, as opening times or conditions of visit may vary to pre-published ones.

On departure
We would be grateful if you could strip the beds down to the mattress cover and pillow protectors at the end of your stay.
Please leave the bed linen and all the towels in the utility room.
Please open a couple of windows to allow for air to circulate on your departure. We must leave the cottage empty for 24 hours after you leave before we start to clean. This means that we will leave 3 days between guests leaving and new guests arriving.

Please do not hesistate to contact me to discuss any queries you might have:
Mrs Elsie Hunter, Easter Glentore Farm, Slamannan Road, Greengairs, Airdrie ML6 7TJ
Telephone: +44 (0) 1236 830243

Covid Prepared - Good to Go certificate