America’s 7 Cutest Bed and Breakfasts
1. Arbor Guest House — Napa Valley, Calif.
This timeless estate rests just outside the bounds of bother or care in the heart of California wine country. The inn features five rooms with modern conveniences mixed with old-world antiques and a cozy living room to enjoy wine. Oh, and did we mention the vine-draped walkways and gazebo? Yes.
This charming New England B&B is located in the historic district just steps from the historic Cliff Walk. Staying here means staying near quiet stretches of sand and sea with just a short walk into Newport for a fabulous dining and shopping experience. The rooms have a Victorian elegance with grand amenities including fireplaces. Should we pack now or later?
Oak Hill was built shortly after 1835 as the residence of William A. Beatty and his wife. The historic home is perfect for a B&B, with its location in the heart of the downtown historic and garden district, just steps away from historic attractions. You’ll be pleased to find out that the home still features original architecture. Take ALL the pictures.
Four words: cooked to order breakfast. Every morning you can enjoy a freshly cooked meal before venturing out to explore downtown Nantucket. Each of the 12 available rooms feature private bathrooms, and several have wood-burning fireplaces. Start deciding what you want for breakfast now.
The Beach House Inn Kennebunk offers an exceptional ocean view across Kennebunk Beach. The bed-and-breakfast is located in a historic seaside inn, which allows for a breezy, relaxed atmosphere at all times. The white, fluffy down comforters on all the beds will make it nearly impossible to get out of bed in the mornings. But when you do, your adventure awaits.
Pinecrest Bed and Breakfast is located just minutes from downtown Asheville. Built in 1905, this Tudor-style home sits atop an acre of lush grounds and woods. Scrumptious breakfast is provided every morning, and sometimes they’ll even have fresh baked desserts for you after a long day. YUM.
Step back in time into the village of St. Charles along the Missouri River at Boone’s Colonial Inn. Surround yourself with the distant sounds of horses’ clip-clops and fife music. Boone’s Colonial Inn offers an elegant boutique inn setting that captures the essence of 1799 — and your room’s accommodations will take you back to a time when romance was rampant.
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