Policies

We are committed to protecting the heritage of this special historic place and request that you respect the following rules for everyone’s safety and enjoyment:

Inn Rules

Please do not smoke anywhere on the premises. Please do not bring candles  or matches for your room as we would ask you to remove them.Katie the puppy

Keep your pets at home. Katie, our adorable golden retriever will be happy to receive your attention if you are missing your own fur-buddy.  However, she is not allowed in any of the guest rooms and is kept in our private quarters unless guests agree to see her.

This is primarily an adult get-away but it is the perfect setting for family gatherings.  With advance notice, we can help you make this a very memorable and fun event for the whole family!

Check-in/Check-out

The Innkeepers are always on site but request that you arrive after 4pm for check-in (unless previously arranged) and depart by 11am.

Deposits

If you are booking the entire Inn for an event, we will collect the first night’s rent as a deposit.  A minimum of two nights is required for rental of the house.

For all other bookings we will record your credit card to confirm the reservation, but not charge you until your arrival. Confirmations are sent by email.

We are open from March first until the end of the year (how about a grand New Year’s Party?) and would love to see you!

January and February we are closed for maintenance and renewal of the Inn.

Cancellations

Cancellations are handled on an individual basis—we understand that some life events are beyond our control.  However, we ask that you provide at least one week’s notice unless it is truly an unexpected emergency.  Cancellations with less than one week notice will be subject to a 50% first-night rate cancellation fee.

If you are a “no-show” that truly hurts our small business and our plans for breakfast, so you will be charged for 50% of your reserved stay.

Other

Two-night minimum required for:

  • Whole Inn rental
  • The Palouse Suite (maximum of 4 people)
  • Event Weekends (all college football games, graduations, Moms/Dads Days, Holidays)