FAQ

Please see our most frequently asked questions (FAQ) below. If you still have a question, please feel free to contact us at contact@allsnowedinn.com or call us at (603)-237-2360.

Are suites available for rent in 2020?

Yes, and we are taking extra precautions during these uncertain times to keep our customers safe. Learn more at our COVID-19 Response page.

Are you dog friendly?

Yes! We'll allow 1 well-behaved dog (no cats) for a small $15/night fee. We do ask that you keep them off the furniture and that you clean up after them.

Is a deposit required to book a suite?

Yes, we require a $300 deposit to confirm booking for any of our suites. Your deposit will be refunded promptly upon inspection of the property. We don't want your deposit, we want your repeat business!

Are sheets/pillowcases/towels provided?

Linens and towels are provided, as well as a hairdryer in each suite.

When is check-in/check-out?

Check-in is available between 3pm and 8pm, for later check-in times please call ahead.

Check-out time is 11am.

Which forms of payment do you accept?

We accept payment through check, Paypal, or credit card (3% convenience fee credit cards).

Is there ATV/snowmobile direct trail access?

Yes, both of our locations are located on Corridor 5, so you can ride directly from either house!

Is there indoor storage for my machines on site?

Yes, we rent the 1890 House garage out to those staying with us there.

The cost is $25/night for half of the garage or $50/night for the whole garage.

Is there free wifi available?

Yes, both of our locations have free wifi. The password is available when you arrive.

Is there laundry on-site?

The All Snowed Inn House and the 1890 Main Suite both offer laundry in-unit.

What is the cancellation policy?

Cancellations made at least one week (7 days) before arrival receive a 100% refund.

Cancellations made within one week of arrival forfeit booking fees if we are unable to otherwise fill the rental (your deposit will be returned). Exceptions can be made for weather-related cancellations (e.g. trail closures) but are not guaranteed.