Saturday, May 14, 2011

Myths of a Bed and Breakfast

Working at Castle in the Country has completely changed my perspective on the B&B industry.  
Many in my age group (mid 20′s) would never consider a B&B because the first thing that comes to mind is “Grandma’s house” and being forced into small talk at a community breakfast table.  Boy were we wrong! Let me try to dispell a few of these myth’s for you.
1)Myth: B&B’s have shared bathrooms.  Fact: It is much more common these days for B&B’s to have all private bathrooms. Each one of our ten guest rooms at Castle in the Country has its own private bath, stocked with luxurious bath products, and either a single person, or two person shower.   All of our suites also have2 person whirlpool tubs where you can watch your fireplace or watch a movie from your flat screen tv.
Michigan B&B says Luxury and Private Baths are what we are about!
2)Myth: We have to share common space with the Innkeepers, and we’ll be forced into small talk, and we won’t have any privacy. Fact: While Ruth Herb and myself all live on property and we call these two big houses home, we do have our own private quarters in each house. We want our guests to feel that they have privacy and that they can come and go throughout the houses as they please. However, we are always here or around the property somewhere and are more than happy to talk should our guests want to.
Read the entire article with more photos and all Five Myths that Castle in The Country Bed and Breakfast Inn dispells here.
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This article shared by Shellie your innkeeper at The Claiborne House Bed and Breakfast in Rocky Mount Virginia - who also says "This is not your Granny's house - No stuffed bunnies on the beds here!"
Bed and Breakfast Inns are a "Better Way to Stay!"

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