Frequently Asked Questions

Questions

Check-in time is 4PM and check-out is 11AM. Early check-ins and late check-outs cannot be guaranteed; however, requests for an early check-in or late check-out will be noted by a reservationist and every effort is given to fulfill these requests. Based upon availability, late check-outs may also be arranged for an additional fee.

Upon completion of a reservation, a confirmation number is supplied to the guest via telephone or email. A deposit of one night’s stay plus applicable taxes is required to make a reservation (unless otherwise noted and based on rate code). Rooms are guaranteed for the first night upon receipt of the advanced deposit.

We welcome dogs under 50 lbs at The Harbor Front Inn – a non-refundable pet for of $75 will apply. No need to make arrangements prior to your stay – at check in please let us know you have a dog staying with you and complete the pet registration paperwork.

Yes, there is self-parking only on a flat lot. Parking is $25 daily.

An Amenity Fee of 11.95% per room, per night, plus tax will be applied to your stay. This fee is to offset expenses and lend support to the destination’s infrastructure, employee benefits, subsidies for public transportation and additional tourism capacity into Greenport.

Taking care of nature and our community are of utmost importance to The Harborfront Inn and our guests. Therefore, we are raising funds to save our ¼ mile of beach at our sister property Sound View Greenport from coastal erosion and for Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County, a local non-profit educational agency. An optional 3% donation for our Beach Recovery Fund and a $1 per night donation for Cornell Cooperative will be added to each guest’s bill to support these important initiatives.

About the Beach Recovery Fund: The ¼ mile of beach at our sister property Sound View Greenport is enjoyed year-round by Sound View and Harbor Front and is an important part of the local ecosystem. Due to natural and manmade causes, each year the beach suffers from significant coastal erosion. The Beach Recovery Fund supports our efforts to protect and repair our beach from the effects of erosion so that it may be enjoyed by all for years to come.

About Cornell Cooperative Extension: Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County, a local non-profit educational agency established in 1917 to help strengthen families and communities, protect our environment, and foster economic development. http://ccesuffolk.org/