Here are precautions Abbey Road Farm is taking to make your visit a safe one!
All staff who are not well or suspect they have come in contact with the virus will not be working, and we also ask all guests that are not feeling well to stay home.
Masks and hand sanitizer are available at all indoor spaces on the property.
Please note that current State guidelines require that masks are worn inside any public space. Guests are not required to wear masks outside.
Please follow the signs for entry and exit and note the markings on the floor for any lines should they form.
Table and seating arrangements have been placed at least six feet apart with major walkways left open for exit, entrance and restrooms.
When weather allows we have plenty of outdoor seating.
When we are able to, tasting room operations will be moved to our large indoor event space to allow for extra room to socially distance.
All service staff will be wearing masks at all time.
All tables and seating areas are sanitized between each group.
Plastic GoVino glassware is being used to eliminate touches; and you get to take it home with you!
Bed & Breakfast:
B&B and kitchen staff will wash their hands a minimum of every 30m.
B&B and kitchen staff have their temperatures taken daily prior to beginning work.
We offer a socially distanced check-in. For those that would like an in-person check-in, the majority of that is conducted outside in our parking lot and on the porch of our B&B.
Our housekeeping team in addition to recommended protocol, are spending extra time per room focusing on higher contact surfaces.
We have eliminated indoor shared spaces such as our kitchenette and lounge in the Silo Suites, each room is now equipped with an individual coffee maker and refrigerator for the guest’s comfort and safety.
Our dining room has moved from indoors to a well ventilated, heated outdoor dining space. We are maintaining CDC guidelines, plus our own set of standards for serving food and beverage.
Based on our radiant heating, our guests share no ventilation with others in our Silo Suites. Our ranch house has HEPA13 filters for its HVAC system.
In our shared spaces such as the Tool Shed, we encourage our guests to self-regulate a maximum of four guests, or one party at a time. Guests are welcome to open the wide chalkboard door to ventilate the space for their comfort and ease of mind.
Upon arrival guests can choose to skip a turn-down if they prefer.
Current COVID guidelines limit our events to 100 guests indoors and 150 guests outdoors.
Sanitization stations, proper signage and extra masks have been placed at all entrances to the buildings.
All ARF staff will be wearing masks at all times.
Designated social distancing monitors and sanitization specialists are on-site throughout the event.
We have worked with all partner vendors to ensure CDC guidelines are being followed by anyone working on the property.
When able to, doors are propped open to eliminate high touch areas.
10501 NE Abbey Road Carlton, OR 97111 503.687.3100 email@example.com