Health + Safety
When choosing to visit Lambert’s Cove Inn, you join our community. We want to make sure we are keeping our guests and employees happy and safe—please review our Health + Safety guidelines closely before visiting one of our hotels for the most recent COVID-19 protocols and information related to your stay with us.
For stays of any length, a deposit of 50% of the total charges is due at the time of booking. Payment can be made via Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club, or Discover. We will send confirmation of your reservation upon receipt of your deposit.
Effective April 1, 2022, for any reservation cancellation, we must receive 72 hours notice prior to your confirmed arrival in order to receive your deposit back less a $25 cancellation fee. If any cancellation is made within 72 hours of your stay, regardless of the reason, your deposit will be non-refundable (though you are always welcome to send a friend or family member in your place).
Any change-of-dates request (including shortening a reservation) must be made 72 hours prior to your confirmed arrival and is subject to availability and minimum stay restrictions. Within 72 hours prior to arrival, deposits are non-refundable and no changes can be made to the reservation. After check-in, a shortened stay will remain charged in full per the original reservation.
NOTE: Any stay prior to April 1, 2022 (or any reservation made prior to October 1, 2021) remains subject to the 48-hour cancellation policy. Please refer to your original confirmation email or contact the hotel directly for any questions.
For group room blocks of four rooms or more, please refer to the group contract for the applicable cancellation policy.
Check-in is between 4:00 and 7:00pm, but early and late check ins can usually be accommodated with advanced notice. If you are going to be delayed past 7:00pm please call the hotel directly. Checkout time is 11:00am.
Most of our hotel rooms are limited to a maximum occupancy of two (2) total people of any age, including infants. (Our rooms do not accommodate cribs, pack ‘n plays, or roll-away beds.) We have some rooms that can accommodate up to four (4) people each and extra guests beyond 2 will be charged a fee of $50/person (including children).
Pets & Service Animals
NOTE: Please inform the hotel in advance of your stay if you will be traveling with a registered Service Dog or a pet to a pet-friendly room (emotional support dogs are considered pets, and required to be booked into pet friendly rooms only). Pets require an extra fee, registered Service Dogs do not.
Our two Queen w/ Screened Porch rooms are dog-friendly and offer private exterior entrances. If you are traveling with your canine friend (or emotional support animal), who is under 70 lbs, please be sure to let us know when making your reservation. There is a pet fee of $75 per dog per day with a limit of 2 dogs. Dogs must never be left in a guest room unattended.
Please be aware that dogs are the only pets allowed and are permitted only on our porches and exterior common areas of the hotel, and only while on leash. While we love our pets, not all of our guests feel the same way. For this reason, pets are never permitted in interior public spaces (unless they are a Service Animal).
As a condition of reserving a room at our hotel, you agree to pay a $250.00 fee if any pets are found in rooms not designated as dog-friendly, or if your animal causes stains or damage to a guest room.
Smoking & Cooking
Lambert’s Cove Inn is a 100% smoke, vape, and flame-free property. Cooking and cooking devices of any type (hot plates, slow cookers, grills, etc.) are strictly prohibited in all guest rooms. A $250 cleaning surcharge will be imposed on any room where guests have burned candles, smoked (including e-cigarettes), vaped, or cooked in their rooms, on balconies/patios, or anywhere on property.
Whether or not we sell alcohol on the premises, guests must be 21 years of age or older to consume alcohol. As our common spaces are used by all guests, we ask everyone to drink responsibly and be considerate of others around them.
While accidents do happen, guests will be financially responsible for damages due to gross negligence.