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Bed and Breakfast Policies


Check-in / Check-out: Check in is after 3:00 PM. Check-out is 11:00 AM.


Cancellations: Reservations must be held with a valid credit card in the guest’s name. We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express. Cancellations made within three (3) days of arrival will be charged for the full cost of the stay.


Tax: All rates are subject to a six percent (6%) state sales tax and local taxes as required.


Holidays: A two-night minimum stay is required for these holidays: New Year’s, Valentine’s, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. No cancellations. Full credit card charge of room cost upon cancellation or no-show.


Non-Smoking: Riverside B & B is a non-smoking facility. Smoking is permitted outside the B&B. There is outdoor space available for guests who wish to smoke, weather permitting. A one-time charge of $250 will be assessed if there is any evidence of smoking inside.


Parking: Riverside B & B has a free private parking lot behind the house.


Pets: Riverside B & B cannot accommodate pets. We can provide a list of local pet boarding facilities.


WIFI: Free Wi-Fi in rooms and public areas.


Safety:

Safety features at this property include smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in each room, fire extinguishers on each floor, and a first aid kit.

Health safety is very much a focus for Riverside B & B. All high-touch areas are cleaned and disinfected daily. Hand sanitizer is available throughout the inn. There are public areas in the house as well as a large front porch and seating out back to accommodate social distancing. We can serve you breakfast in the dining room or in your suite/room, depending on your preference. We are unable to store personal food items in the refrigerator for you.  We will follow any orders from the Governor and Secretary of Health of Pennsylvania and the CDC current guidelines. That being said, please do not travel if you are ill.