MAKING SURE YOUR VISIT TO THE MEADOW INN IS SAFE AND ENJOYABLE
THE SAFETY AND WELL-BEING OF OUR CUSTOMERS, GUESTS AND STAFF IS OUR TOP PRIORITY.
Things are going to be a little different for a while, so please bear with us. To help create a safe environment for everyone we've made a few changes to how we do things and we have enhanced our high standards of hygiene even further. You'll notice a few changes to our normal style of service - but one thing remains: we are still The Meadow Inn. That has not changed. You'll still get a warm welcome, amazing food, cool drinks and great service.
KEEPING YOU SAFE
On arrival, we'll be asking for contact names and tel. numbers and for everyone to sanitise their hands. We have additional sanitising stations throughout The Meadow Inn - and you're encouraged to use them.
The Meadow Inn will be operating as a one-metre physical distance zone. We've spaced tables further apart than normal and bookings are taken in-line with current government restrictions. All areas of The Meadow Inn will be open: the bar, the garden, the nook and the lounge. You choose wherever you feel most comfortable to sit.
Table service only - which means no standing or drinking at the bar. Our staff will all be wearing PPE. Menus are 'one use' and will be disposed of after you've used them. Salt and pepper, ketchup etc... will be in wee sachets... On the positive side - you just need to sit-back and relax - our team will keep an eye on you and make sure you're never without a drink..!
We've increased the frequency of our cleaning routines... with tables cleaned thoroughly between guests and the loos every 20 minutes.
We're not allowed to play loud music - so for now there'll be no live music or quiz nights. They'll be back just as soon as we're allowed.
Our staff will keep you right. Listen to them and help them keep you safe.
HOW YOU CAN HELP US
As much as we are looking forward to seeing you - if you are showing any symptoms of Coronavirus - please stay at home and follow government guidelines regarding self-isolation and Covid-19 testing.