COVID-19 in New Hampshire: What You Need To Know
Updated April 7th, 2020. Please note that these Orders are evolving as the nature of the COVID-19 outbreak changes. We will keep you advised of the most up-to-date information as it is released, especially as it pertains to your stay with us.
Effective April 6th, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu has ordered the suspension of online lodging reservations until May 4th. Potential guests, as allowed by the Order described below, must call to reserve.
April 6th, 2020: In an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Governor Sununu has ordered all lodging providers in New Hampshire to restrict providing lodging to vulnerable populations and essential workers only, the terms of which are defined in the link below. Guests who are currently in a reservation are permitted to remain until the scheduled end of their stay. This order shall remain in effect until May 4th.
New Hampshire COVID-19 Official Lodging Order
Additional information you need to know:
- New Hampshire inhabitants are currently under a stay-at-home order. If you are traveling from out-of-state and have arrived for an existing reservation, please be prepared to self-quarantine for 14 days per the Governor's request.
- Existing guests may remain until the end of their scheduled stay, but may not extend their current reservations (except for the purposes described in the above order.)
- Potential guests as listed in this new Order must call to reserve lodging.
- Gatherings of 10 or more people are temporarily prohibited.
- All non-essential businesses in the state of New Hampshire are closed. Please visit the link below to view a comprehensive list of essential businesses.
- These orders will remain in effect until May 4th.
Emergency Orders By Date
NH Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19
New Hampshire COVID-19 Updates