The one constant factor in staying in a bed and breakfast is that one will always find a new experience. Most owners of bed and breakfast inns decorate the establishment as they would decorate their own home. Each room is carefully decorated and showcases its individuality. Not only will a room in one bed and breakfast not resemble a room in another bed and breakfast, it will likely not resemble another room in the same establishment. The rooms feel and look like home. Bed and breakfast owners treat guests as though they were family.
One surprising factor in staying in a bed and breakfast is the cost. Many people assume that a bed and breakfast costs more than a hotel room. While this may be true in some cases, rooms at a bed and breakfast generally cost less than a hotel room. Business travelers, tired of the same, old hotel room often opt for staying at a bed and breakfast. Additionally, a bed and breakfast often provides amenities that are not found in chain hotels. Such amenities may include a wine tasting, tea and cookies, a fireplace, and a boxed lunch.
Historic Bed and Breakfast Inns
The Inn at Herr Ridge elegantly combines the past and the present. This fully restored inn offers the history of Gettysburg with the modern amenities of an in-room Jacuzzi and wireless Internet connectivity. The Inn at Herr Ridge was built in 1815 and served as the first Confederate hospital during the famous battle. A proud member of the National Register of Historic Places, the Inn retains its historic character, with each of the sixteen rooms decorated in Civil War era pieces. Several of the common areas overlook the battlefields. Guests receive a full-service breakfast, afternoon tea, refreshments, and complimentary snacks. A full-service restaurant provides fine dining for the evening meal. The Inn at Herr Ridge also accommodates business travelers with three meeting rooms, modern audio-visual equipment, and menu plans.
The Prospect Hill Plantation Inn hearkens back to the Southern hospitality of the anti-bellum era. The original manor house dates back to 1732, with outbuildings and slave quarters dating from 1699. The Prospect Hill Plantation Inn, a treasure on the National Register of Historic Places, brings together the tranquility of fifty acres of gardens and the modern convenience of wireless Internet connectivity. Guests relax at a complimentary wine reception each evening before dinner. Beamed ceilings and restored hardwood floors create a warm, welcoming atmosphere in the guest rooms. Private baths, fireplaces, and cozy quilts embrace guests in comfort and luxury. Two meeting rooms with a dedicated conference area cater to business travelers.
These are just a couple of the many historic Bed and Breakfast represented by the prestigious Select Registry. To learn more about historic bed and breakfasts in Ohio or around the country you can easily find the one that may be perfectly suiting for you visit www.selectregistry.com today!