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Staying In A Bed and Breakfast Can Be Better Than A Hotel

If you want to spend your weekend or holidays visiting one of your favourite locations with a lovely, homely atmosphere, a Bed and Breakfast, or B and B for short, is the perfect choice. Staying in a Bed and Breakfast can certainly be more enjoyable than staying in a hotel. The owners of the B and B will always be very friendly and welcoming and will make you feel right at home on your arrival.

Many bed & breakfasts are also favourably located in envious locations and have good facilities, thus making your stay worthwhile. You will get good, home cooked food, friendly hosts and a homely atmosphere that you never find in a hotel.

But before selecting a Bed and Breakfast, you have to consider a few things to make it a memorable experience.

You should have a clear idea about the places you want to visit and then consider the best B and B facilities available in that area, within your budget. You should find out about the amenities provided by them to make sure you get value for your money. Most Bed and Breakfasts offer one or more nights stay and breakfast in a common dining room with a full English or continental breakfast. Some may provide a dinner, tea or a snack in the afternoon. Make sure you know what is included in the pricing.

Here are a few things to consider when choosing a Bed and Breakfast:

  • Exact location of the Bed and Breakfast.
  • The type of rooms available and the in-room facilities they provide.
  • The availability of on-suite facilities
  • The kind of breakfast they offer (including catering for special requirements)
  • The check-in and check-out times
  • Availability of internet access (including wifi)
  • Any additional facilities available
  • Additional persons allowed or not
  • Pets are allowed or not
  • Parking facilities