Rates and Policies

Reservations require a credit card to hold the unit,
however the card will not be charged until  check-in.

  • Cancellations within 72 hours prior to your arrival will be charged an equivalent to the first night’s stay. Cancellations with more than 72 hours notice, will not be charged.
  • Rates are subject to change without notice.
  • Check with the front desk (207-928-3300) or email evergreenv@fairpoint.net for more details.

Rates are per night, plus tax

Aspen: $125 per night, plus tax.

Innsbrook: $169 per night, plus tax.

St. Moritz: $199 per night, plus tax.

Mattherhorn: $225 per night, plus tax.

Condo’s require a two (2) or more nights stay

Condo 1,4,5(three bedrooms, max occupancy of 8): $225 per night, plus tax.

Condo 2,3(two bedrooms, max occupancy of 6): $199 per night, plus tax.

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2018 FRYEBURG FAIR RATES
Sunday, September 30th  thru   Sunday, October 7th


**  EVERGREEN VALLEY INN POLICY  EFFECTIVE 8/11/15 **


FOR ALL RESERVATIONS MADE FOR FRYEBURG FAIR WEEK:
THERE ARE NO MODIFICATIONS, NO CANCELLATIONS, AND NO REFUNDS.

Aspen: $139 per night, plus tax.

Innsbrook: $175 per night, plus tax.

St. Moritz: $209 per night, plus tax.

Mattherhorn: $259 per night, plus tax.

Condo’s require a two (2) or more nights stay

Condo 1,4,5(three bedrooms, max occupancy of 8): $289 per night, plus tax.

Condo 2,3(two bedrooms, max occupancy of 6): $259 per night, plus tax.

 

 

**** There are 6 weeks of every year that are considered Prime Weeks here at Evergreen Valley. During Prime Weeks the Inn is at capacity. There are no discounts available for these weeks.  Prime Weeks are:  8, 32, 33, 34, 40, and 41 ****

Check-in is 4:00pm or later.
Check-out is 10:00am or before.

Available Discounts:
AAA    –    10%
CAA    –    10%
Military    –    10%
Police & Fire Dept    –    10%
Documentation is Required at Check-In

SMOKING POLICY

Smoking is NOT allowed within 30 feet of any building at Evergreen Valley including Condo units. There is NO SMOKING allowed inside the main building or our condo units.  This includes ALL common areas  and ALL units. This also includes Timeshare Owners during their owned week  and Owner Rentals.  

Smoking anywhere in the building or in particular units will result in a $150.00 cleaning / deoderizing charge.

                                                                                                                                                                   

PLEASE- NO PETS ALLOWED.
SORRY – We like them too, but this is necessary. Many guests have allergies to pets.

Terms of Use: Individuals with disabilities must be allowed to be accompanied by their service animals in all areas of a place of PA where members of the public, clients, customers, patrons, and invitees, or others are able to go. A PA may not designate certain areas of its facility as off-limits to individuals because they are with a service animal. For example, a restaurant cannot require a patron with a service animal to sit outside, or in any particular restaurant section. A PA may not request or require a person to pay a fee or comply with special rules in order to be accompanied by their service animal, even if the PA requires those things of people accompanied by pets. Service animals are not pets.

If a PA normally charges individuals for the damage they cause, an individual with a disability may be charged for damage caused by his or her service animal. What if there’s a problem with the Service Animal? Can it be removed? A PA may ask a person with a disability to remove a service animal from the premises if either (1) the animal is out of control and its handler does not take effective action to control it or (2) the animal is not housebroken. A service animal generally must be on a halter/tether/leash, unless the handler’s disability prevents using a halter/tether/leash, or doing so would interfere with the work or task the animal is trained to do. If the animal cannot be on a halter/ tether/leash, it must be otherwise under the handler’s control (such as through voice command or hand signals). If a service animal is properly excluded, the PA must offer the person with a disability the opportunity to get or use its goods, services, or other benefits without the presence of the service animal. A service animal also may be removed from the premises if either (a) it is a direct threat to the health or safety of others, or (2) it would result in substantial physical damage to the property of others, or (3) it substantially interferes with the reasonable enjoyment of the PA by others. This must be based on the particular animal’s behavior, and not breed-based fears or  assumptions.


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