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How to Find a Bed and Breakfast at Your Vacation Destination

When you are going on vacation, it is usually to get some rest and relaxation by yourself or with your family. You might want to curl up with a book in a quiet place in front of a roaring fireplace or you like spending the whole day at the beach, frolicking in the waves. What you really don’t want to do is listen to people coming in and out all day long, running down the halls screaming and general making your day not so relaxing. How can you combat this? Instead of booking your vacation stay in a hotel, look for a Bed & Breakfast where you can have a bit more peace and quiet and a lot more personalized care.

One misconception about Bed & Breakfasts is that they cost a lot more. This isn’t the case at all. Usually B & Bs are the same, if not even lower priced than a hotel room. For one, B & Bs don’t usually have the overhead costs like a hotel franchise does because they are independently owned. Sometimes they even live in the same house, so the costs are way less. And when you consider the fact you are getting a hot breakfast served, you are getting a great deal. So how can you find a Bed & Breakfast near to where you want to spend your next vacation?

Finding a B & B is a little bit harder, just because they aren’t chain hotels and motels and don’t have the name recognition or franchise marketing dollars to help them. But you can find a great B & B by doing a little research. The first place to check is the Chamber of Commerce for the town where you are looking to stay. They should have a web page that lists different accommodations within their region. See what B & Bs are on the list. If there doesn’t seem to be any on the list, call and ask someone. A B & B might be in the area, but they might not have paid to be on the web list or for one reason or another. Finding a Bed and Breakfast at Your Vacation Destination
Another place to look online is to find a B & B site. There are sites which allow B & Bs from all over the country to post a link or else a listing description of their facility. Not every B & B will be listed, especially if there is a fee to be included on the page. However, there might also be other links within the page to help you in your search.

Certain travel websites will also have a comprehensive listing of places to stay in a city. You can choose to book through the site or else call directly to reserve a room. The website might have former clients’ reviews so you can see how they enjoyed their stay before you book your own room for a stay. Don’t book at a place that has overwhelming bad reviews.

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