May 20, 2020
How Our Amenities Will Adjust
We count ourselves as lucky at Talking Rock to have the opportunity to weather this period of social isolation in a community as pretty, and as connected to the surrounding area, as we are. Despite the fact that access to most of our amenities has been extremely limited, we’ve made it through the past couple of months by relying on creative adjustments to hospitality and food service, venturing out on trails, and hitting the golf course.
We made all the changes we did out of an abundance of caution, and as we begin to make our amenities accessible again, we will move forward with the same level of mindfulness and focus on safety.
Our Ranch House, which opened last week, is offering limited seating by reservation. We’re limiting parties to four people, and we’ve rearranged our dining room to accommodate for the suggested six feet of social distancing. Bar seating won’t be utilized, but we will continue the curbside takeout and adjusted pantry services we recently introduced to meet the needs of the community.
All of our team members working indoors will be equipped with protective masks and gloves, and we will be conducting daily temperature checks on staff members as they begin their shifts.
Our fitness center is open again by reservation, as is our spa for select services. And, food and beverage service for our golfers, from the weekend beverage cart to the 9 ½ hole grab-and-go for beer and hot dogs, will continue to be available for our players.
While the past few weeks have been trying, it shows us at Talking Rock that we are able to adjust quickly for the safety and well-being of our community while still offering a level of hospitality that we pride ourselves on.
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