Saturday, May 14, 2011

Remembering a Bed and Breakfast Legend

Jane Way dies at 91; Sutter Creek Inn owner

Jane Way turned an 1859 Gold Rush-era cottage into an early bed and breakfast in the western United States. Her firm attitude toward guests sometimes ran counter to what was expected in the hospitality industry.


Innkeeper
Jane Way was looking to reinvent herself when she bought a Gold Rush-era cottage in Sutter Creek, Calif., ghosts and all, and turned it into a popular bed and breakfast. (Los Angeles Times)
Read the entire article from the LATIMES here

I would like to add that you will find many innkeepers began the journey owning an inn due to some monumental turn in their lives, we all have a story to tell! Some more innteresting than others, but we all have a story!  I hope you can innjoy a bed and breakfast soon. They are the "Better way to stay!" full of personality, charm and character.  

As your innkeeper at The Claiborne House B&B likes to say "NO POP TARTS ALLOWED!"

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