Common B&B Questions
MISCONCEPTION #1: We have to be home at a certain time and check in with the innkeepers.
THE ARBOR INN REALITY: Every guest gets 2 keys, one for their private room and one for the front door of the inn. Each guest is welcome to come and go as they please. We do, of course, ask that you keep the noise level to a reasonable tone when entering the inn at a late hour as a courtesy to the other guests.
MISCONCEPTION #2: The innkeepers live in the same house and will put a damper on your privacy.
THE ARBOR INN REALITY: The innkeepers at The Arbor Inn (namely us, John & Deb) have their own separate living space, but are always available at the push of a button if you need something to help make your get-a-way complete. We love to chat with guests and exchange stories and ideas and are always up for great conversation but we retreat to “the other side” in order to allow our guests the privacy they came here for.
MISCONCEPTION #3: We will have to sit in the dining room and eat with all the other guests and might feel awkward doing that.
THE ARBOR INN REALITY: Here at The Arbor Inn we offer a choice of eating areas. If you are visiting us because you love to hear about other peoples travel and adventure, please join us in the dining room and hopefully you will be joined by other guests. If life outside our inn is very hectic and loud and you would just like to be reclusive, we respect that need also. We will deliver breakfast to your room so you can eat in private. The last choices we offer (weather permitting) are our covered porches.
We are always open to questions you may have so please e-mail us or call! We would love to hear from you.