CBVR - Vacation Information Update
Cannon Beach and Arch Cape are OPEN for Vacation Guests
Cannon Beach Vacation Rentals is well prepared and ready to welcome you to a safe and healthy environment. We stay in touch with all arriving guests to keep them informed of any specific area updates they'll want to know about.
Safety and Sanitation
Guest, employee and community safety are our chief priorities. In responding to the COVID-19 reality, we have implemented an even more rigorous set of cleaning protocols based on CDC recommendations and improving on our own high standards of cleaning excellence.
- All vacation beach homes are disinfected using environmentally safe disinfectants, approximately one hour before CBVR's Field Team members enter the home to clean. All of CBVR's Field Team members are masked and gloved at all times while cleaning at all of our properties.
- As is standard CBVR protocol, our Field Team will remove all linens and send them to our commercial laundry facility for cleaning and disinfecting. Newly cleaned and disinfected linens are delivered between all guests. All property surfaces, hard and soft, are cleaned with EPA-approved products found on the CDC's website.
- Upon completion of a house cleaning, a CBVR cleaning inspector will once again disinfect all hard surfaces before turning over the keys to your beach vacation home.
During Your Stay - Groceries and Other Needs
Fresh Foods Cannon Beach is a family-owned full-service grocery store in the Tolovana neighborhood of Cannon Beach. They are now accepting grocery pre-orders for curbside pick up or home delivery.
Visit their website for information and email your order before you arrive so you can settle into your beach home on arrival.
Restaurants, Shops and Galleries
Businesses in Cannon Beach are eager to welcome you back to a new, safer Cannon Beach. Everyone is adapting their space to accommodate better social distancing and requesting that you wear a mask in public.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown has set the maximum indoor capacity limit at 100 for all venues in Phase II counties and for restaurants and bars in Phase I or II counties. (that's us)
Restaurants and bars will be required to stop serving customers at 10:00 PM statewide.
Find out which shops are open when and how restaurants are serving you with this updated page from the Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown has mandated that face coverings will be required for all Oregonians ages five and up in indoor public spaces and outdoors when six feet of distance cannot be maintained.
Face coverings will be required even in cases of physical exertion indoors, and outdoors when six feet of distance cannot be maintained.
Cannon Beach Vacation Rentals is thrilled to welcome you to Cannon Beach, and we hope this information keeps our beloved guests and our beautiful community safe during this new normal.