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Newfoundland B & B Policy

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Perhaps some readers would be kind enough to submit an opinion on a policy I encountered during a recent visit. My wife & I recently returned from our fourth extended visit to Newfoundland & Labrador. We stayed one night at a B&B which required guests to remove their shoes upon checking in. This was the first time I had been required to do this and felt that it was a bit of an imposition and was a hassle going to and from our car for luggage. This was not a private home, rather six units on one level much like a small motel except that breakfast was served. When questioning the owner I was advised that this policy is widespread in Nefoundland B&Bs and that I should be sensitive to cultural differences.
Have others found this to be the case?

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