INN POLICIES

INN POLICIES

** PLEASE READ the “Deposit and Cancellation Policy” of Danskammer House Bed & Breakfast before Booking **

Deposit and Cancellation Policy:

* To secure your reservation, your credit card will be charged $100 per room per night upon booking.

* If you cancel at least 5 days in advance of your scheduled arrival date, your deposit will be refunded to your credit card if you telephone the Innkeepers and provide notice of your change of plans.

* If you cancel with less than a 5-day notice prior to your arrival date, your deposit will not be refunded and you will also be charged a $25 cancellation fee.  The Innkeepers may, at their discretion, make exceptions for certain emergencies.

* No refunds are provided for no shows, late arrivals, or early departures on the booked date of arrival. Your credit card on file will be charged for the full amount of the entire scheduled stay as stated on the confirmed reservation.

Additional Guests and Children:  Guest rooms at Danskammer House accommodate a maximum of two guests per room and are not configured for rollaway beds or cots.  The innkeepers will make diligent efforts to accommodate and book other rooms for all guests in your party, including children who are 12 and older.  If younger children are part of a large party that has booked the entire inn, they are welcome if they are well behaved and under parental supervision.

Registration Process:  Check in is between 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. We can sometimes accommodate early or late arrivals if you will kindly call us at the inn and give us advance notice so that we can make alternate arrangements. Check out is by 11:00 a.m.

Parking:  Danskammer House has made special efforts to accommodate one car for every guest suite as part of our off-street parking plan.  Guests are asked to park only briefly in front of the house to discharge or reload passengers and their luggage.  Please note that we cannot accommodate oversized vehicles, but will be happy to direct travelers to a 16-space municipal parking lot at no charge just two doors away.

Smoking Out of respect for all guests, the innkeepers do not allow smoking anywhere inside the  house or on outdoor porches and patios where other guests may congregate.

Pets: Out of respect for other guests, the innkeepers do not allow pets on the property.  We will be happy to provide information about and directions to an award-winning local boarding facility a few miles away.

Non-Discrimination:  Danskammer House welcomes guests regardless of race, creed, ethnic background, national origin, sexual orientation, or other personal identities.  The multilingual innkeepers encourage dialogue, practice discretion, and request mutual tolerance among members of the temporary community of guests and hosts.  Travelers uncomfortable with such policies are encouraged to find other lodging options.  The innkeepers reserve the right, at their discretion, to ask disruptive guests to vacate the premises and forfeit all payments.

Good Neighbors:  Danskammer House exists within a broader social context, and the innkeepers ask our guests to respect the cultural norms of our small village.  Please treat our neighborhood and neighbors with the same respect and friendliness that you would practice in your own home community.

Environment:  The innkeepers take pride in keeping the property tidy, in recycling materials whenever possible, and in limiting our claims on natural resources.  In that spirit, we ask our guests to be environmentally sensitive.  Please inform us if you prefer to have bedroom and bathroom linens replaced every day.  Otherwise, we will tidy your room daily and replace linens on every third day for guests who will be staying at Danskammer House for a longer period.

Damaged Property: The inn is a private family residence, filled with our furniture, fixtures, and belongings that we invite our guests to use and enjoy. Please take care of our belongings as you would your own.  We understand that equipment may malfunction and objects may become damaged or broken.   Please report any such issues immediately to the innkeepers.  If problems are not reported, the innkeepers will infer that damage to or disappearance of inn property of any kind was a negligent or willful act, and they reserve the right, at their discretion, to document the loss and to bill the guest for all necessary repair or replacement expenditures through the booking payment method on record.