Many Bed and Breakfasts allow travelers to make local calls from the residence, but rates may vary depending on distance. To avoid potential fees, use your cellphone. If bad reception... Read more
Traveling with a furry loved one? Some Bed and Breakfasts welcome pets, while other B&B's have strict no pet policies. It's a good idea to check with the innkeeper before... Read more
Are you traveling during rainstorm, snow, hail, or hurricane season? If so, it may be a good idea to find out the cancellation policies of the Bed and Breakfast you... Read more
Before you arrive at the Bed and Breakfast, find out which stores and attractions are within walking distance from the B&B. This may help with trip planning. If parking is... Read more
Take home shampoos and other small toiletries with you when you travel. Many innkeepers provide shampoo, conditioner, and soap that are meant to only be used by one Inngoer, so... Read more
When checking in late at a Bed and Breakfast, remember that there are other guests who may be resting or asleep. Try not to slam your door or have your... Read more
If you have dietary restrictions or food allergies, be sure to let the Innkeepers of the Bed and Breakfast that you are staying at know of them the night you... Read more
Innkeepers are a great source of information about the area. Ask about the area's history, find out about great restaurants or shops, and discover inside information about the locale by... Read more
Take your lunch and venture out on a picnic instead of dining at a restaurant to save money and to explore the town you're visiting.... Read more
Make friends with other travelers at the breakfast table.  Being unfriendly is a sure-fire way to make for uncomfortable and awkward situations between others staying at the B&B with you.... Read more