A Money Saver?
Bed and breakfasts usually cost about the same as mid-level hotels. You save money by opting for a B&B instead of that fancy hotel in the city.
Before you make plans for a B&B, check it out online to read reviews and make sure it’s legitimate–especially since it’s in a private home.
As a first-time B&Ber, expect to make some conversation with other tourists! Each morning of your stay, you’ll dine with other B&Bers and chat about your travel plans.
Bed and breakfasts come in all shapes and sizes. You can choose between staying in everything from a quaint brook-side cottage to a rough-and-tumble farm barn! Just make sure you know which kind of experience you’re hoping for in your stay.