Bed and Breakfast Travel Advice for Seniors

Apr 19th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

B & B advice writes… “When reserving a bed and breakfast by telephone, try to call after 10 a.m. local time. Breakfast is usually over by then and innkeepers will be able to devote more attention to your requests and questions.” It is good to get recommendations from bed and breakfast hosts or other locals on what free, low-cost, and special attractions and activities are available, rather than book expensive tours.  From my experience with B & Bs this is good advice. 

My wife and I would always rather stay in a B & B rather than a hotel where possible.  We spend several days in northwest Indiana touring Amish Country (Elkhart, Nappanee, Goshen and Shipsewana).  We stayed at a Mennonite B&B and our hostess was very gracious.   This part of Indiana has countryside and places to visit that are stunning.   If you are longing for a weekend getaway or an affordable Midwest vacation,  Amish Country is halfway between Chicago and Toledo, Ohio, found  in Elkhart County.  Here they serve up a never-ending bounty of intriguing attractions, shops and communities. It’s fascinating territory.

If you are looking for lots of information on the Bed & Breakfast industry everywhere, you’ve come to the right place.  B&B Finder and Bed & can help you discover the latest news, trends and press releases on B&Bs, Small Inns, Country Inns and Small Hotels.  You select the state and this site will do the rest finding you a good night’s rest.  B&B Inns Online will locate a Bed and Breakfast by choosing from over 5,200 B&Bs with more than 20,000 color pictures and 4,000 special packages! Is that enough?  Wow!  jeb

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