Our stated check-out itme is:

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Madeleine's picture
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9 AM
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9:30 AM
4% (1 vote)
10 AM
4% (1 vote)
10:30 AM
9% (2 votes)
11 AM
78% (18 votes)
Noon
0% (0 votes)
Later than noon
4% (1 vote)
Earlier than 9 AM
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 23

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Our breakfast is served promptly at 8:30 a.m. and regular check-out is 11 a.m.   However, we offer a "Lazy Morning Option" for an additional $30.

this allows the guest to choose their breakfast time up until 10 a.m. and extends their checkout until 1 p.m.

This is very popular and a good money maker.  I should point out that we only have two rooms, so this wouldn't work for larger B &Bs.

The 1 p.m. check-out still allows us enough time to flip the rooms before the 3 p.m. check-in time.  Curiously, most come to breakfast at 9 a.m. and usually leave by noon.

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Proud Texan wrote:

Curiously, most come to breakfast at 9 a.m. and usually leave by noon.

They just like a no pressure option to stay late if they decide to. Texas people are rolling in money Eye-wink

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Unless DH gets into the conversation, they are usually gone before 11. IF he gets started, I am dead meat for getting a decent start on the day.

"But he kept the conversation going...." Unhuh and the wife was tapping HER foot almost as hard as I was tapping mine!

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We moved check-out to 10:30 from 11:00 to give the gabbers a little leeway.  It works great for us and relieves some of the pressure that comes with late check-outs and DH chatting.  Besides, we make a point on the morning of check-out , to impress upon those leaving our area that they really need to leave by 10 to make it over the bridge to the mainland before the hoards of other tourists....especially if they are heading to one of the large metropolitan areas during the summer. 

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I have to intervene a lot of the time.

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