Travellers seeking a personal touch should consider staying at a local bed and breakfast (B&B). The bed-and-breakfast experience offers many other benefits beyond what travellers find in a chain-hotel setting.
Location: Many bed and breakfasts are historic properties, often located in the centre of scenic areas.
Character: Part of the charm of a bed and breakfast is the uniqueness; art, décor, and food are integrated to create a complete experience. Special features include antique furnishings, elegant four poster beds in some guest rooms, as well folk art and artefacts from the restoration period of the historic area available for guests to enjoy.
Food: Bed and breakfasts don't shirk the breakfast half of the equation, and the best of them reflect the local cuisine.
Customization: Not only do visitors to a bed and breakfast get a unique perspective on the place they are visiting, they have options for special packages not available in other hotel settings. Bed and breakfasts can partner easily with local businesses for a smoothly organised and highly personalised vacation experience.