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‘Sister Wives’: Meri Brown’s BNB Reopens Fully On July 7

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Sister Wives star Meri Brown told her fans back in mid-May, that they closed the Lizzie’s Heritage Inn to the general public. It also sounded like at one stage, they allowed only travelers on sessional service to stay there. But now, after a long break, the two-year-old BNB reopens to the public on July 7.

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The Lizzie’s Heritage Inn reopens it’s doors. The announcement came via the BNB’s official Instagram page. The picture accompanying the announcement showed the neat little establishment’s been well-kept during the shutdown period. Neatly clipped lawns, beautiful creamy colors, and white trimming look summery and attractive. The caption said all guests may book from “Tuesday, July 7th!”

Nevertheless, Sister Wives‘ Meri Brown obviously plans that guests and staff there remain safe. The notice also mentioned “restrictions.” Plus, the BNB staff missed their guests. So, hopefully, people take advantage of the reopening. Over on the website for the Inn, a popup notice says they “adopted standards from…organizations for common area and room cleaning.” They advise that they sanitize surfaces and ensure that staff follows the various “criteria.” The site also shared the COVID-19 guidelines for all guests who make a booking.

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UPDATE: We are very excited to announce that Lizzie’s Heritage Inn is reopening to all guests on Tuesday, July 7th! To keep our staff, community and guests safe during these times, we will be opening the inn with restrictions. For more information and to book your next stay, please visit lizziesheritageinn.com (link in bio)! We have missed our guests dearly and look forward to seeing you soon! 💛☺️ – #lizziesheritageinn #celebrating150years #COVIDupdate #smallbusiness #bedandbreakfast #visitutah #getawayhouse #vintagehomes

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COVID-19 guidelines for Meri’s BNB

The guidelines in place came from the CDC and other “local authorities.” Mostly, they sound like something everyone does nowadays. Hand sanitizer at the front door and certain doors off-limits seem standard. Then, they require masks when visiting common areas. But, inside the rooms, they leave that to guests. Additionally, the Inn provides masks if you need them. Take your meal out on the patio, or delivered to your room.

The Sister Wives star also cautions against people touching or handling things in the common areas. Certainly, shaking hands and touching people outside of your own group’s not tolerated. Stay out the kitchen and dining area – period. And, the Inn owners take the safety of their guests seriously. Nobody may enter who displays any COVID-19 symptoms. But, the Inn plans on helping with any rescheduling if necessary.

The Inn won an award last year

Located in Parowan, Utah, last year, the inn won an award. InTouch Weekly reported that “Best Country Inn” in Utah for 2019 made Meri proud. She worked hard for her BNB and deserved some recognition. Certainly, guests who visit Lizzie’s Heritage Inn report back that they enjoyed their stay there. Hopefully, as summer comes in more people return and book. The coronavirus impacted a lot of accommodation businesses during quarantine.

Sister Wives fan responded to the news that the BNB reopens on July 7th. One said, “Best of luck and much success to you all.” Meanwhile, other fans who live many thousands of miles away vowed one day, they hope to book a room and meet their favorite Sister Wives star.

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