There’s no better way to explore a town than by staying in a bed and breakfast. They tend to be cozy and quaint places, whose hosts go out of their way to make you feel like you’re truly part of the little piece of the world that you’re visiting.
Here are some of our favorite B&B’s from around the country:
THE CANYON WREN CABINS FOR TWO – SEDONA, ARIZONA
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Retreat to the mystical Red Rocks of Sedona at Canyon Wren. Most cabins offer an upstairs open loft bedroom with a plush queen bed and an outside deck. Each cabin also has a complete kitchen with a dining area, a private bath with a whirlpool bathtub, an electric fireplace and your own private patio or deck! Sedona is easily one of the most scenically breathtaking places in America. Seeing it from your own private cabin nestled in Oak Creek Canyon will be an experience unlike any other.
COUNTRY SUNSHINE BED & BREAKFAST – DURANGO, COLORADO
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Carved into the heart of the Rockies, Country Sunshine Bed & Breakfast is a jaw-dropping getaway overlooking the Animas River Valley. Perfect for the outdoorsy visitor, there are activities to enjoy every season. Amazing views, exciting wildlife and unique amenities are all waiting for you to enjoy.
THE CEDAR HOUSE INN – SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
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Located in a beautifully restored Victorian home originally built in 1893, The Cedar House Inn offers seven guestrooms, each with a unique personality. Every guest receives a complimentary two-course gourmet breakfast every morning and full access to this award-winning venue. With a comfortable wraparound porch, an easy walk to the center of town and round-the-clock wine, you’ll never want to leave!
BUFFLEHEAD COVE INN – KENNEBUNKPORT, MAINE
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Tucked in the woods behind the beautiful Kennebunk River, the Bufflehead Cove Inn is a comfy, cozy hideaway that lets its guests escape from reality. They can explore the local historic town of Kennebunkport or nestle in one of Bufflehead’s six private and impeccably furnished rooms.
A LITTLE INN ON PLEASANT BAY – ORLEANS, MASSACHUSETTS
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This adorable Cape Cod B&B sits right between the historic villages of Chatham and Orleans. With stunning water views and charming accommodations, A Little Inn on Pleasant Bay is the perfect summer place for sailors, kayakers, swimmers or those who just enjoy sandy beaches and cool breezes.
A.G. THOMSON HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST – DULUTH, MINNESOTA
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This award-winning B&B boasts that it exudes warm sophistication, and that’s exactly what you’ll get! At A.G. Thomson House, guests experience traditional Midwestern hospitality in a casual, yet elegant atmosphere. Steal away your significant other and get lost in its many private add-ons, allowing you to shut out the world around you… if only for a little while.
HISTORIC OAK HILL INN – NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI
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Historic Oak Hill Inn has been given multiple awards, including the #1 Best B&B in the U.S. and the #3 Best B&B in the World! See for yourself why this quaint Natchez venue is famous for its delightful ambiance and gourmet breakfast. Located right in the heart of downtown, the Historic Oak Hill Inn will be the perfect retreat after your days of exploration.
SALTWATER INN – BELMAR, NEW JERSEY
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Located a mere two blocks from the beach, the Saltwater Inn allows its guests to experience the Jersey Shore like never before with a serene vibe in a boutique hotel that speaks volumes. With eight plantation-style suites, each with its own tropical theme, Saltwater Inn is all about catering to the needs of its guests. Enjoy plenty of indoor/outdoor activities in the area, rest upon green tea-infused pillows and salivate over a true gourmet breakfast prepared by a talented chef.
THE REYNOLDS MANSION – ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
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This spectacular mansion has not one, but two wraparound porches. One of the last remaining antebellum brick houses in western North Carolina, Reynolds Mansion, built circa 1845, exudes a timeless beauty. Romantic architecture can be seen in both the mansion and the carriage house suites. With comfortable rooms and a mouthwatering classic breakfast, this North Carolina landmark will transport you to another era.
THE WELSH HILLS INN – GRANVILLE, OHIO
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Nestled in the equestrian countryside of Ohio’s Welsh Hills, this charming B&B sits on 15 wooded acres of rolling landscape. Here you can spend your days lazing by their heated outdoor pool, relaxing in their hammocks, enjoying wine and cheese each evening, and waking up to their savory home-cooked breakfast. Adventurers can even partake in their shooting range, go hunting, play bocce ball, take a ride on scenic bike trails and much more!
THE JACKSON HOUSE INN – WOODSTOCK, VERMONT
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Vermont is known for its natural beauty, and The Jackson Hill Inn is the perfect Bed & Breakfast to take it all in. Built in 1890, the main house is an elegant yet casual retreat that pampers its guests with creature comforts. There is tons to do in the surrounding area during every season, so after a full day of fun, you’ll be sure to relax in style.