Beginning May 1, 2021
Maine’s COVID-19 travel policy will automatically exempt all states, unless otherwise determined by the Maine CDC. If one or more states experiences a spike in cases of highly contagious COVID-19 variants, the Maine CDC will apply its test or quarantine requirements to travelers to and from that state.
If you are not from an exempted state, you must complete a Certificate of Compliance form indicating that you have received a negative COVID-19 test result no longer than 72 hours prior to your arrival, or that you will quarantine in Maine for 10 days (or the length of your stay, whichever is shorter), or that you have already completed your quarantine in Maine.
People who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19, regardless of state of origin, are exempted from Maine's test or quarantine requirements.
FAQ's for Visitors to Maine
Being safe together again at the Dragonfly Guest House:
The Dragonfly Guest House has adopted new ways of welcoming and interacting with our guests in order to comply with CDC, state & federal guidance and hospitality industries best practices. We take what's going on in the world today extremely serious along with its potential impact on us all.
We want our guests to feel as safe and comfortable at the Dragonfly as you would in your own home. We have always and will continue to make the health and wellbeing of our guests our top priority. After all, this is our home and our efforts are 24/7.
We have always prided ourselves on the level of cleanliness at the Dragonfly. During our time apart, we have been cleaning like crazy! Every surface and touchpoint has been washed & sanitized, paying extra attention to surfaces a guest might touch. As part of our new practices, touchpoints will be thoroughly sanitized during your stay with us.
We will be wearing masks and we ask that all guests do the same when physical distancing is difficult to maintain, such as when coming and going or when in common areas of the guest house.
We are implementing a contactless check-in. Your sanitized key, registration form and welcoming materials will be in your room. We will charge balances due to the credit card on file on the date of arrival unless otherwise instructed.
Hand sanitizer and wipes are available in all common areas of the guest house.
We have reduced the number of high-touch items (magazines & brochures) throughout the common area and guest rooms so that we can ensure everything is cleaned & sanitized.
Breakfast and Afternoon Refreshments:
Breakfast is an important and integral element of every stay at the Dragonfly. It is the time we cherish the most with our guests. We will continue to offer the same delicious food. Breakfast will be served consistent with any current state Covid-19 health guidelines that may exist at the time of your stay. The dining room and outside decks have been reconfigured to allow safe social distancing.
Afternoon home baked treats will still be available now in a safe prepackaged manner for your enjoyment.
Daily Guest Room Housekeeping:
We are suspending daily guest room housekeeping to provide our guests the safest possible environment. For guests staying 3 or more nights, housekeeping will be provided every third day (with guest's consent). We are happy to deliver extra towels, bath amenities, etc. to your room upon request.
What is Ogunquit going to be like this season?
Our beaches, Marginal Way, restaurants and retail shops are open with some restrictions. Most restaurants are offering curbside pickup, takeout, indoor/outdoor dining with revised seating layouts to ensure proper social distancing. Bring face masks/coverings as you will need them.