Eco-Friendly Bed And Breakfasts In The United States

admin on Aug-2-2013

You do not have to be a rich activist to make a difference in the world. Every time you spend money, you are supporting a business. By choosing to spend your dollars at eco-friendly businesses, you can make a difference and support causes that are important to you.
You support a lot of businesses when you travel. The next time you are planning a trip, consider supporting eco-friendly bed and breakfasts at your destination.
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The Top 5 Unique B&Bs On The West Coast

admin on Jun-10-2013

Travelers who are looking for unusual accommodations may be interested in the top five unique bed and breakfasts on the West Coast.

Guests at the Dockside Boat& Bed in Long Beach, Calif., stay on private yachts. A breakfast of pastries and fruit is delivered to the yachts every morning. The yachts sleep between two and four people.

The East Brother Light Station is in a lighthouse on an island near San Francisco. Guests can take boats to the lighthouse from a dock in the city of Richmond. A gourmet breakfast and dinner are provided.

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The Top 5 Unique B&Bs On The East Coast

admin on Apr-19-2013

When you want to have a romantic getaway or just a quiet weekend, a bed and breakfast is a great option for your accommodations. The Saugerties Lighthouse was built in 1869 on the coast of New York state and is now a historical landmark that serves as a museum and bed and breakfast. You can stay in a room overlooking the river, tour the lighthouse and learn what the job of a lighthouse keeper is like. If you Read the rest of this entry »


Insuring Your B&B

admin on Feb-26-2013

It’s expensive to maintain a home. Home insurance is a financial product that people purchase because their lenders often require it of them. When people are relieved of this obligation, they may wish to drop their home insurance coverage. They would save money every month by doing so, but they would be risking their savings if a natural disaster were to destroy their homes.

Home Insurance Companies Are as Useful as the Coverage they Sell

Home insurance companies are actually very useful for homeowners. People may have a very small chance of losing their homes to a fire, a hurricane or a flood, but the chance is there. When people lose their homes, they will want to have the choice to rebuild again. If they do not have a home insurance policy in place, rebuilding will be a very difficult task.

Home insurance companies are also excellent for helping people buttress their homes against the natural disasters that are likely to plague their areas. If a house is in a location that is prone to fires, for example, home insurance companies can help homeowners prepare their houses so that they sustain the least damage possible.

Home Insurance Is a Wise Purchase for Renters Too

It actually doesn’t matter whether people are the owners of the dwelling or not. They can benefit from a home insurance policy because home insurance does not exist just to rebuild the house. Home insurance also covers the furnishings, the appliances, clothing, dishes and utensils. If people with to insure their personal belongings, they only need to add them to their inventories. Then, their home insurance policies will pay to replace these items if they are destroyed or stolen.

It also doesn’t matter if the residents are the owners of the dwelling if there is an accident on the property. The injured parties may sue the owners of the property, but they can also sue the renters. For this reason, home insurance policies contain liability insurance. If the homeowners or the renters are found to be liable for a guest’s injuries, they will have liability insurance to pay the guest’s medical bills.

Compare Several Free Quotes Now

Now that people know why home insurance is so necessary, they need to know how to find the right policy. The best way to find a good home insurance policy for a reasonable price is to go to and compare the quotes they will receive from several well-known insurance companies.


The Top 5 Unique B&Bs In The Southeast

admin on Jul-26-2012

While visiting Florida, if you get the chance, you should stay at the Beachfront Bed & Breakfast in Saint Augustine. The rooms are spacious with french doors opening right onto the beach. The beds are cozy and comfortable and the breakfasts large and absolutely delicious.

In Asheville, North Carolina the Carolina B&B stands out as a jewel in the crown of bed and breakfast establishments. The entire experience is one of excellence. They not only serve scrumptious breakfasts but also wonderful Hor d’oeurves and wine, as well.

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The Top 5 Unique B&Bs In The Southwest

admin on Jul-13-2012

Carmel California is a lovely seaside village and Edgmere Cottages do the town justice. Entering the grounds is like stepping back in time. The B & B has great breakfasts and very spacious rooms with cathedral ceilings. Garden patios add to the quaint aura of the inn.

Inn of the Turquoise Bear is as magical as its name. If you are in Santa Fe be sure to stay at this amazing, antique property that has almost as much personality as its host. Read the rest of this entry »


The Top 5 Unique B&Bs In The Midwest

admin on Jun-30-2012

Here is a look at the top five bed and breakfast’s in the Midwest known for their uniqueness.

Holmes With a View

This warm and inviting bed and breakfast establishment is located in Millersburg, Ohio. This unique community boosts suites that are nestled along the hillside overlooking the beautiful Amish community, Village of Charm.

The Hancock House

This beautifully restored home is nestled within Dubuque, Iowa community. With it’s beautifully appointed gardens, and beautiful period furnishings and lighting, it’s sure to please even the most particular of senses.

Mission Oak Inn

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Niche Market Bed And Breakfasts: Floating Bed And Breakfasts

admin on Jun-17-2012

The most famous floating bed and breakfast in the United States is the Green Turtle located at the Shipyard Quarter’s Marina in Boston, Massachusetts. From this location in the famous Charlestown Navy Yard, visitors can walk easily to see the USS Constitution, the Freedom Trail and downtown Boston. Their original boat, the Green Turtle I, has two suites complete with well-equipped kitchens filled with plenty of snack food. A scrumptious breakfast is delivered to your door each morning.

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The Most Dog-Friendly Bed And Breakfasts In The U.S.

admin on Jun-3-2012

Taking your dog on vacation can be one of the most rewarding experiences you have as a pet-owner. The mere sight of your dog’s face when he realizes he is traveling with you instead of staying home is enough to prove that. The money you save on boarding is even more proof. From sea to shining sea and everywhere between, there are numerous bed and breakfasts in the United States that cater to pet-owners. Here is a look at a few of them in each region.

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Most Romantic Bed And Breakfasts In The United States

admin on May-31-2012

Not all bed and breakfasts boast a romantic atmosphere. Here’s a look at a few of the most romantic bed and breakfasts in the United States.

The Swag

Besides being romantic, the Swag is also very affordable. Popular room amenities include soft, fluffy robes and an assortment of soaps, shampoos and herbal lotions. Top property amenities include a sauna, a hot tub, and a library. Multiple classes and workshops are also offered. If you’re a nature lover, you’ll love this bed and breakfast. The Swag is located in Waynesville, North Read the rest of this entry »