COVID-19 has changed all of our lives in ways we couldn’t even imagine last March. There’s so much fear and uncertainty. We’re there with you. The vacation rental industry has been impacted particularly hard by the virus. As soon as borders started closing and stay-at-home orders were issued, our guests were forced to cancel their reservations. 

While of course, this has hit us hard in many ways, the most important message we want to convey is that we’re still here and we’re not going anywhere. Our office doors may be closed, but our phone and internet lines are open. Our business is open. Truth be told, we miss you. Remember, as vacation rental managers and owners, we CHOSE the hospitality industry! We miss recommending our favorites restaurants and coffee shops. We miss hearing your vacation stories and telling you a few of our own. We miss your kids and dogs. 

But right now, we’re all safer where we are. At home with our loved ones. Trying new recipes. Recording TikTok videos. Staying connected on Facebook and FaceTime. Homeschooling and telecommuting. Binge-watching Netflix. Washing our hands. Maybe (probably) going a little stir-crazy. We know you’ll join us in giving thanks for all our selfless first-responders, from the doctors and nurses in the ER to the grocery delivery drivers who keep us stocked. We owe each and every one a debt of gratitude for their part in keeping the rest of us healthy. 

Again, please know that we are hunkered down and riding it out. Most importantly, we’re HERE. We’re not giving up on our industry and more importantly, we’re not giving up on our guests, our owners, and our friends. We will get through this. We’re made of sturdy stuff here on [your area] and when it’s safe to travel again, we’ll be here to greet you. With bells on and dancing a jig!

In the meantime, please know this: This, too, shall pass. The borders will open back up. The day will come when you can travel again. We will all see each other again. 

That’s the day that keeps us going. Stay safe. Stay healthy. We’ll see you SOON. 

Housekeeping Standards
CDC Cleaning and Disinfecting Recommendations

At Nancy’s Vacation Rentals providing safe and clean environments for our guests is always a top priority – even more so today. We remain committed to upholding the highest standards of cleanliness, and want you to feel at ease while staying in our homes. We’re maintaining our existing high standards of cleanliness and providing additional COVID-19 guidance to our housekeeping partners about proper disinfection techniques consistent with the CDC’s published guidelines. All spaces are thoroughly cleaned with a focus on disinfecting high-touch surfaces such as remote controls, light switches, door handles, tables, toilets, and sinks. Our housekeeping partners are also encouraged to pay extra attention to self-protection through best-practices like washing hands and wearing rubber gloves.

Social Distancing 
Fortunately, all of our homes are equipped with keyless entries, which limits personal interaction during stays and lets you access your unit directly without having to meet anyone to facilitate the check-in process.

For Our Homeowners
We are actively monitoring the situation based on updates from the World Health Organization, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, and will continue to respond based on the best advice of governments, public health authorities, and medical professionals.

Why Choose a Vacation Rental?
Vacation Rentals are private with a no contact check in process. You do not encounter a front desk agent. You do not pass strangers in hallways. You simply arrive at your vacation home with a keypad entry code. For the duration of your stay, contact with others takes place solely at your discretion.
When is San Diego Reopening?
Many businesses have safely reopened. This includes restaurants, rental shops, retail, etc. Click Here for Latest Updates
Beach & Ocean Access
After a lengthy lockdown on beaches in San Diego County due to the coronavirus pandemic, health officials gave the ok to sit and lounge, but with limitations. All beach communities agreed to ease this restriction starting June 2, but cities can decide if they want to proceed later and how the guideline is going to be enforced, county health officials said. Health officials said people are still required to wear face coverings and maintain social distance.

Local Public Health Orders:
Under the state guidance, the following can operate indoors with modifications starting Aug. 31. In some cases, guidance includes maximum capacity. They can continue outdoor operations.
Restaurants, dine-in. 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is lower. They still need to close at 10 p.m.
Places of worship. 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is lower.
Movie theaters. 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is lower.
Museums. 25% capacity.
Gyms and fitness centers. 10% capacity.
Dance studios. 10% capacity.
Yoga studios. 10% capacity.
Zoos and aquariums. 25% capacity.
Hair salons and barbershops
Nail salons
Body waxing
Tattoo parlors
Skin care and cosmetology

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