bed-and-breakfast


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bed-and-breakfast

a type of lodging for travelers or tourists offering a place to sleep and breakfast the next morning, typically in a small inn or private home. We visited six European countries and stayed in a bed-and-breakfast every night. I had to take a bed-and-breakfast because the hotels in the city were much too expensive.
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The Bywater Bed-and-Breakfast in New Orleans is a double shotgun-style home in a historic residential district popular with queers, just a mile from the French Quarter.
ATMays sunshine offers, from Glasgow: Turkey, April 29 - 7 nights bed-and-breakfast for pounds 149.
Business success is not determined in the same way by large corporations as it is by the owners of small bed-and-breakfast inns.
In the cases of some of the city's more stylish bed-and-breakfasts, there might have been only a room or two that fell into the category - and in such instances that often meant the inn's smallest room, or one that opened directly off a common area.
Old Yacht Club Inn: This place trumpets its distinction as Santa Barbara's first bed-and-breakfast, having opened for business in 1980.
It has a clutch of bed-and-breakfasts, but it celebrated a pivotal event four years ago when the Jerome Grand Hotel was opened after a two-year renovation.
HEAD TO VEGAS: The Stratosphere Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip offers a bed-and-breakfast package Sunday through Thursday through Dec.
Two bed-and-breakfast inns that are close enough to the Valley to reach in a few hours yet far enough to qualify as a getaway, have put together special packages that reach from the desert to the sky.
You can't always tell the value of a bed-and-breakfast inn by its facade, but Napa's Churchill Manor lives up to its elegant exterior and turns out to be the perfect antidote for a weary traveler.
This was the Garden Room of the Cottage, a small - just two rooms, one a cottage - bed-and-breakfast inn tucked away in an old residential area of San Diego.
In 1981, it became a bed-and-breakfast inn, going through two owners before Gail and Keith Sweet bought it in 1993.
Looking for a bed-and-breakfast inn that's cozy but not too hard on the charge card?
Ski bargains: Colorado's Copper Mountain ski resort in Englewood offers $67-per-person bed-and-breakfast rates for skiers that include a night's lodging, breakfast and a lift ticket.
Truffles is one of several Big Bear bed-and-breakfast inns that offer special winter packages to lure skiers.