House Rules

These items help keep everyone safe and ensure an enjoyable stay

  • When separate guests are occupying both units, please be quiet after 10 PM. There is a town quiet ordinance after 10 PM.
  • No parties or events allowed without owner’s permission.
  • No unregistered overnight guests. Let us know if you want to add any guests during your stay. Visitors during the day are welcome.
  • No open flames or candles
  • No smoking allowed. Smoking is allowed outside in the driveway but not on any part of the building such as the front porch and back deck. Please cleanup after yourself also. Thank you.
  • Please separate recycles. Each kitchen has two bins, use one for recycling and one for trash. Dover uses a single stream system so all recyclables are placed together. Recycle and regular trash may be placed in the garage area when bins are full. Please do not use the dumpster at the Inn/Tavern. If you don’t need to change out the garbage then you can leave it in the house bins and we will take care of it. Don’t leave any garbage outside as it will attract bears and other animals.
  • Please cleanup after pets inside and outside. Pets must be on leash and attended to when outside. There is a pet poop station (bags and disposal) at the town hall just down the street.
  • Please respect the neighbors. They are very friendly and helpful.
  • Please don’t rearrange large furniture (Table, sofas, and beds).
  • No illegal substances allowed on the premises.
  • Second-floor balcony (front) is for Emergency egress only. (Queen Room)
  • The basement has very low ceilings. Please do not enter unless an emergency.
  • The garage can only be used for storage and garbage/recycle. Please respect the owners maintenance items.
  • Fireplaces must be attended.
  • Sneakers/slippers/inside shoes are recommended. No outside (muddy) boots or ski boots past the mudroom please

This is a very old home with original floorboards and several additions. Expect noises and unlevel floors when walking around. Please respect the historic aspects of the building and let us know if you notice anything that needs attention. It is a continuous labor of love and we really appreciate your respect of this historic landmark.

Thank you!!

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