Latest Update: July 23, 2020
A message from our General Manager:
I would like to reach out at this time, and give an update to our valued guests regarding Company operations, as well to wish you and your families well.
Thanks to the leadership of our Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, and the steadfast commitment of our local residents, we are now able to reopen our restaurants and public services safely. Local attractions such as the Royal BC Museum, Fisherman’s Wharf, and The Butchart Gardens, have all reopened to the public with strict guidelines so that everyone may enjoy our beautiful destination safely. Our local restaurants, including our own Pendray Inn and Tea House, are open with protective measures in place so that locals and visitors can relax and dine knowing that we have, as a destination, put the health and safety of our community first.
We want to continue on our path to a save and active economy in Victoria, and we are doing our part to ensure we protect each other, and our guests through a variety of preventative health and safety measures. We are asking at this time, that our valued guests also do their part, by adhering to provincial guidelines as follows:
To ensure the safety of our team and our guests, we have put measures in place on our property to reduce risk, such as:
I would like to personally recognize the team at Huntingdon Manor for their hard work and professional commitment, and on behalf of all of us, welcome you back to the Huntingdon Manor and Pendray Inn and Tea House! Please visit our website for detailed and up-to date information and for new and exciting updates, such as our community gardens and new menus!
Erin Cassels, General Manager
Latest Service Updates
We are pleased to announce that the Pendray Inn and Tea House is open and accepting reservations for both accommodation and the Tea House. The health and safety of our staff and guests is our top priority, and additional cleaning and social distancing measures have need implemented. Some services and menu items have changed as a result. Please refer to Pendray's Health and Safety Policy page for more details.
Our in-house restaurant Hunter's Club will remains closed until further notice. Our guests can enjoy our new breakfast service at our sister property, the Pendray Inn and Tea House, located adjacent to the hotel. Breakfast is served daily from 7am to 10am. We also offer pre-wrapped breakfast options that can be dropped off at your room if preferred. Please visit our Pendray website for more information. You can also contact us at 1-800-663-7557 or email email@example.com.
As per Canadian regulations, travellers arriving from outside of Canada will be required to self-isolate for two weeks’ time as a precautionary measure. Please inform our Front Desk Manager, Nelly Ele (firstname.lastname@example.org) promptly if you are arriving from outside of Canada, so that we may support you during this challenging time.
Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19
What is our property doing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19?
At Huntingdon Manor Hotel and Pendray Inn and Tea House, we hold ourselves to high standards of cleanliness at all times. However in light of the spread of COVID-19, we have implemented the following preventative actions. Please visit our Health and Safety Policies webpage for more information.
Can I cancel my booking as a result of a travel advisory?
Can I get a full refund for my booking because of the recent spread of COVID-19?
For direct bookings, you can cancel your reservation up to 6pm on arrival day without any penalty. If you have booked a non-refundable rate directly through our hotel, we will be pleased to work with you in rebooking at a later date, or, by applying a credit to your account. Please call 1-800-663-7557 or email: email@example.com for more information.
Guests who booked via online travel agents or other third parties are advised to contact their booking provider for information on their policies and for assistance.
How are you monitoring the health of your staff and guests during this outbreak?
We have extensive employee-policies in place to ensure staff do not report to work sick, and that a doctor’s note is provided if flu-like symptoms are present. Staff are required to do regular temperature checks. If our staff return from travelling in affected areas, we work with them to ensure an appropriate self-quarantine period is applied before returning to work, even if flu-like symptoms are not present. All employees have received extra training and review on proper hand-washing and preventative measures for staying healthy.
What if I need to self-isolate at your property?
It is our absolute mandate to ensure that you are treated like family while staying at our hotel. In any instance where self-isolation, natural disaster, or even person family emergency occurs, our team is committed to going above and beyond to take care of our valued guests in their time of need. Please reach out to our team if you need more information firstname.lastname@example.org
What protocol do you have in place if someone at your property becomes ill?
We have asked our valued guests who might find themselves experiencing cold and flu-like symptoms to respect the following protocols:
What is the risk to me coming to Victoria and staying at your property?
British Columbia is currently taking every precaution to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Our extensive preventative measures make us a very safe property to stay at during your time in Victoria.
How are you managing the health of your staff and housekeeping team?
The health and safety of our staff is paramount to our company. We have implemented special training, regular health check-ups, an extra cleaning task force, and preventative policy to ensure our team is protected at all times.
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