RESPONSE TO COVID-19
WE WANT TO BE THE SAFEST PLACE TO STAY SO HERE IS WHAT WE ARE DOING
To Our Valued Guests: (To get regular updates during COVID-19 please like our Facebook Page – Nature’s Inn Red Lake)
Effective November 27, 2020, the Northwestern Health Unit Region moved to COVID-19 Yellow Protect Level. For more information on this please read the media release at this link: NWHU Media Release
Nature’s Inn Family is continuously monitoring the development of COVID-19 around the world. Our number one priority is the well-being, health, and safety of our guests and team members. In order to secure that, we have set up procedures, plans, and routines in place so that all our guests can feel safe when staying at our hotel.
Nature’s Inn Family team members are informed daily in detail on essential preparatory and prevention measures ranging from hygiene measures including increased cleaning and sanitizing frequency to guidelines on how to handle suspected or confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) or lockdowns for quarantine purposes in cooperation with the local authorities. We have confidence in their abilities.
At each hotel, health and safety measures have always been designed to address a broad spectrum of viruses, including COVID-19, and cover everything from handwashing hygiene and cleaning product specifications to the guest room and lobby area cleaning procedures.
Social Distancing Practices – Social contact is limited at our hotels because all our rooms are accessed from outside, we don’t have hallways and we don’t have a common breakfast area. We have one common area (the lobby) where a hand sanitizing station is set up with instructions as you enter our lobby.
Nature’s Inn Family thanks everyone for their continued support, wish everyone good health, and encourages everyone to stay safe.
Effective January 1, 2021, the Municipality of Red Lake will be implementing a mandatory Municipal Accommodation Tax of 4% plus HST on the room rate.
A little bit of our history…
The Forestview Apartments came into existence in 1984, when the Dickenson Mine wanted out of the housing business. The 104 unit complex consists of four buildings which were initially populated by single mine workers in their own one-bedroom, furnished suites. From the beginning, the apartments have provided the best accommodations in the area as well as a sense of community belonging.
The longest strike in Canadian history took place in Balmertown from 1996 to 2000. After this time, changes were made so that not only were our units rented on a yearly basis, but monthly and weekly as required. The one bedroom units of Building #4 were “spruced up” and rented on a nightly basis, hence the creation of The Nature’s Inn Red Lake.