Check-In / Check-Out
Check-in is an agreed time between 4pm-6:30pm.
Check-out is noon.
Early check-in or late check-in is available upon request. Please notify the Innkeeper.
Rollaway -Extra beds are available upon request
Complimentary Internet Access
Complimentary Guest Printing Service
ROOM FRESHENING: We respect your privacy. Unless specified we do not freshen rooms during your stay. If you would like your room straightened, cleaned and bed made please let us know. We would be happy to accommodate.
CONSERVE TO PRESERVE: The crisp bedding in your room, including the cozy duvet, has been laundered especially for you. With that in mind, we encourage you to join many of our other guests in our commitment to help conserve energy and water.
BEDROOM: Our standard is to change your bed linen every third day (upon request) and again at check-out. If you would like your linens changed sooner, we will gladly do so. Please let us know.
BATHROOM: A towel on the hook or rack means “I’ll use it again.” A towel on the floor means “please replace.”
NO SMOKING in the house or near entrances
The Copeland Guest House is a non-smoking home. Please be advised that if we find evidence of or smell smoke in your room, a fee of $350 will be applied to your bill.
QUIET TIME – (11PM – 7AM)
Please respect other guest and keep noise down during quiet time.
Please make yourself at home. You are welcome to relax in any of our rooms located on the first floor. Enjoy any of our seating areas located outside. Our home is your place for relaxation, serenity and entertainment.
Safety and Security Procedures
We respect your safety. Doors will be locked from 11 PM to 6 AM
In Case of Fire:
Plan what to do when you check in so that you are prepared in case a fire does occur. Remember, access to your room is gained from an interior passageway. There are two stairways which lead directly to the outside.
When you hear an alarm, ACT, don’t investigate.
If fire is in your guestroom, get out and close the door. Once out, report the fire. There is a fire extinguisher located at the top of the stairwell. Use stairways to exit the home.
If the fire is not in your room, leave if you can. First, feel the door. If it’s cool, open it slowly and go to the nearest EXIT. If your guestroom door is hot, do not open it.
Your room may be the safest place to be. Seal all cracks with wet towels, shut off the fans and signal out your window. Dial 911 to call the fire department and wait to be rescued.