When you travel, a big decision is where you stay. Here’s the top reasons why you may want to book a bed & breakfast on your next journey.
Less Crowded & more Tranquil
With often less than a dozen rooms, you don’t need to worry about noise, finding a place to park, and often there’s little to no children either.
Usually, the hosts of the B&B are also the owners. People who are truly passionate about their business and strive to cater to their guests experience during their stay. You’ll feel welcomed right away by someone who knows the area well and can always suggest a great place to visit.
A Room and so much more:
At a bed and breakfast, you get more than just a room. Like the name implies, you can expect a breakfast as well as a beautiful atmosphere such as a patio or a lake.
When you stay at a hotel, you typically have access to a small room with a bed and a desk. Needless to say, it’s not the most inviting area. Most people end up spending very little time in their hotel rooms, which is a shame since it’s so expensive to stay in hotels. On the other hand, at a bed and breakfast, you’ll not only have a cozy room to yourself, you’ll also have several common areas to enjoy such as the living room, dining room, and snack bar. In addition, some bed and breakfasts feature outdoor common areas such as a yard, gardens, and gazebos. Rather than feeling claustrophobic like you would at a hotel, you’ll feel like you want to spend your entire vacation at the bed and breakfast!
Unlike hotels which typically offer a bed and a couple of white walls with generic paintings, you can expect a historical home with a peaceful atmosphere as well as rooms designed with a lot of thought.
Make new Friends
It is possible to meet other travelers and make lifelong friends by staying at a bed and breakfast. Tourists who stay at hotels typically come and go without saying a word to people they don’t know. Bed and breakfasts are another story. Thanks to the intimate, homelike environment bed and breakfasts offer, you can make lots of new friends in the dining room, living room, or on the patio. After staying at a bed and breakfast once and getting the opportunity to meet other travelers, most people are addicted to the experience and never want to stay in a traditional hotel again.
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