No one wants to spend an exorbitant amount of money on lodging during a vacation. If good quality rooms, built-in meal service and a charming location are important requirements while looking for a place to rest your head, consider staying at a historic bed and breakfast.
B&B's have been around since the conception of our fine nation. With a homey atmosphere and friendly staffers, B&B's have risen in popularity in recent years due to their affordable prices and unique alternatives to traditional hotels or hostels. Whether on a romantic weekend getaway or a family trip to the nation's capital, B&B's are the way to go.
Heading to Boston on business? Why not stay in one of Host Homes of Boston's historic houses? With properties throughout the city, this organization offers lodging to people in neighborhoods like Beacon Hill, where the streets are lined with antique shops, or close to Fenway Park if catching a baseball game is on the list of things to do.
If you want a real historic experience, then head to Washington D.C, where the Maison Orleans B&B offers up rooms with a view of the Washington monument just blocks away from Pennsylvania Avenue. Traveling to the west coast? San Francisco has a host of charming B&Bs, such as the Monte Cristo, which was built in 1875 and rests between 3 of the city's most historic neighborhoods. With affordable pricing, you can spend your hard-earned dollars on savory crab legs on Fisherman's Wharf, or stop for a sliver of dark chocolate in Ghirardelli square.
Wherever you plan on visiting, you can rest assured that staying in a historic B&B will offer you an unforgettable experience during your travels.