10 July 2020 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Michael Fisher

Castle Leslie in Glaslough opened its doors to visitors on Monday after a four months shutdown because of the coronavirus pandemic. The luxury five star hotel has taken a number of precautions to ensure that Covid-19 is kept at bay, including temperature testing of staff. It was the first such business in the tourism sector in Ireland to put in place a new type of sanitising process offered by a Castleblayney based company.

Created last year before the pandemic took hold, X-Mist is described as “a ground breaking sanitising solution”. The spray is contained in aerosol cans and is tested to British standards. According to the distributors it can give businesses absolute peace of mind that their sanitisation process is protecting both staff and customers against coronavirus.

Castle Leslie CEO Brian Baldwin said: “The health and safety of our exceptional staff and our guests is our number one priority and will remain of paramount importance to us. Thank you for your…

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