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Before booking we ask that you take a moment to review our policies. These policies have been put in place to gaurentee that all guests staying at our properties are offered the experience we advertise.
Making the choice to book at the Artisan Inn reflects an agreement to respect the policies listed below.
While we are reasonable and deal with situations case by case, guests who do not abide by these policies may be charged an additional amount to cover costs incurred or may be asked to leave without a refund on their accommodations.
Included below are our policies on the following:
Cooking Shellfish in Vacation Homes
Cleanliness & Excess Mess
Our Policy Regarding Smoking:
All of our properties are non smoking.
Our Policy Regarding Pets
We do not allow any type of pet to be brought into our rooms our vacation homes. We understand that many people have very well behaved animals, however the potential for uncontrollable sound, damages, residual odors or allergic reactions of future guests is just too great. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Our Policy Regarding Children:
Due to potential noise issues, we can only rent rooms at our inn to families traveling with children above the age of 6. Out of courtesy to other guests in our buildings, we have an age minimum to stay in these rooms. We can only allow one child in a standard room with a couple. If Parents are traveling with more than one child they must rent a vacation unit.
This does not mean that children under the age of 6 are not welcome at the Artisan Inn. Our vacation homes are available for families traveling with children of all ages. A pack and play is available upon request.
Evening Dining With Children:
The Twine Loft is a small intimate dining room that only seats 20 people during a sitting. Each sitting lasts between 1 1/2 - 2 hours. We ask that parents keep this in mind when deciding whether or not it is appropriate to bring their child into the Twine Loft.
Our 5:30 dinner sitting is open to minors as it is a more casual atmosphere. Parents may accompany their children to the loft area during dinner if they are feeling restless at the table.
We support mothers who wish to breastfeed their children in the dining room. They are also welcome to use the upstairs loft where there is more privacy as well as comfortable seating.
We request that only adults attend our 7:45 dinner sitting as it is a more formal atmosphere.
Our Policy Regarding Shellfish (Applies to rentals with kitchens):
We do not permit shellfish to be cooked in our vacation homes. We apologize for this inconvenience, as we understand that many people like to eat shellfish while in Newfoundland. Some people may find this request unfair, but this is now a common practice in Newfoundland Vacation Homes. It can take multiple days for the odor of shellfish to be removed from a house. This comes from both the cooking of the lobster and the cracking of the lobster. As a result guests may not cook the lobster outside and bring it in to eat. We apologize for any inconvenience, however this is a health hazard for those suffering from severe shellfish allergies. We can recommend other spots where lobster is available.
Cleanliness and Excess Mess:
An additional fee may be charge to the credit card used during booking should excess mess be left in a room or vacation home. Guests in vacation homes may choose to leave their dishes, pots and pans for the staff to clean for a fee of $50. Should items in a property be broken or go missing during a guest's, stay they may be charged for the cost and shipping of that item's replacement.