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The Best Hospitality is Personalized to Guests

  The best hospitality is personalized to guests. Owner and Innkeeper Amy Lindner-Lesser, of The Rookwood Inn in Lenox, Massachusetts, attributes the longevity of her hospitality business (22 years) to her continually adapting to the needs and wishes of her guests. Part of her B&B logo says, “Where memories are made.”   She says it … Read more

The Only Historic Bed and Breakfast in a Beautiful Georgia Town

The Simmons-Bond Inn is the only historic bed and breakfast in a beautiful Georgia town. The name of this town is Toccoa which literally means “beautiful” in the Cherokee language. People love their 115-year old Victorian Queen Anne with ornate woodwork especially the stairs (built by a furniture maker who owned a lumber yard). Guests … Read more

Why You Need To Feature Your Local Community

Do you feature your local community? Margi and Doug Erickson, innkeepers of the historic C. W. Worth House, the longest running B&B in Wilmington, North Carolina (open since 1985), do an excellent job promoting their historic town of Wilmington. Their 7-room B&B (each with private bathroom) was first constructed in 1893 by Charles W. Worth, … Read more

Can Your Guests Get To Know You Before They Arrive?

Looking for an excellent example of an inn with a detailed “About Us” section (where guests get to know you), I found Blessings on State’s “Meet Your Innkeepers” page! Gwenn, Glenn, and Valerie along with Mary and Kelly are the talented team of people making Blessings a friendly and elegant choice for accommodations in Jacksonsville, … Read more

Wonderful Wing’s Castle 48+ Years In The Making

In 1969, on a hill in Millbrook, New York, Peter and Toni Ann Wing began a strange construction project using salvage and recyclable materials. In fact, over 80% of this four-story stone, timber, and stucco structure is made of recycled materials. The result was the wonderful Wing’s Castle, which is now a bed and breakfast. … Read more

The Yellow House in Waynesville, NC

As soon as we met Owners and Innkeepers Ken and Kelli Todtenhagen, we felt very welcome at The Yellow House in Waynesville, North Carolina. We were in town to tour Western Carolina University in nearby Cullowhee. We stayed in the Rockwell Suite (pictured above), named in honor of the famous 20th-century American author and prolific … Read more

Shatter the Disastrous Myths About Bed and Breakfasts

It is time to shatter the disastrous myths about bed and breakfasts. There are a handful of reporters recently who have published stories that seem to be more about their own awkward hang-ups than about having real issues with where they stayed. Also, most of their disappointments could have been prevented through simple actions like … Read more

Early Inn at the Grove in Rocky Mount, VA

  The Early Inn at The Grove in Rocky Mount, Virginia offers luxurious accommodations for its guests. ┬áThe house, known as “the Grove” to all of the locals, was built and finished in 1854. There have been 3 families that have resided in this house until it was purchased in December of 2013 with the … Read more

3 Chocolate Bed and Breakfasts

If you have never heard of 3 chocolate bed and breakfasts, these 3 American B&B’s (from New Mexico, Texas, and Maine) have the word “chocolate” somewhere in their name.  They sound so delicious, that it is “sweet” to feature them! Located in Corrales, New Mexico, their serene mountain location does not let on that they … Read more