Bed and Breakfasts

Rediscovering holiday spirit through low-budget seasonal entertainment is, well, it's OK.
And where to stay while there.
NATCHEZ, MS Sleepy and slow-paced, Natchez is a river town known for its incredibly gorgeous plantation homes still standing
Jim is the chef at the Inn at Court Square in Charlottesville, Virginia. Jim got his start in the restaurant business at
It's amazing what you can get for less than 200 bucks at a B&B. Along with delicious eats and personable innkeepers, each of these spectacular inns offers private baths, complimentary WiFi and luxurious perks galore. Plus, they're located near some of America's most popular cities and attractions.
Your B&B bucket list has arrived. The following U.S. inns are spectacular bases from which to explore national parks, big cities, sleepy beach towns and mountain forests. The inns offer outstanding accommodations in choice locations.
From scones to pancakes, and hot cakes to corn beef hash, bed and breakfasts have made a dietary restriction into delectable dishes that are enticing to all.
In honor of our fine feathered friends, we found some of the most naturally stunning destinations where you can bird watch and take in nature and all the scenic views it has to offer.
Napa is certainly not known for being cheap -- and if you're booking some last minute flights to get away for Columbus Day, well, better stick to bread and water for dinner tonight (or the rest of the month, really). But at least we can help you out with finding some value-packed hotels.
There are plenty reasons why you should give B&B's a chance. For starters, it totally different than anything you've done before and it's way cheaper.