Why stay at a real Bed & Breakfast?

Why stay at a real or traditional Bed and Breakfast?  Well, when you stay at a bed and breakfast you get services and protection that you may not get elsewhere.  Let’s start with the first – you get breakfast!  A hearty hot breakfast that is adjusted to any dietary restrictions or food allergies that you or anyone in your party may have.  I start my guests with a fresh fruit dish – anything from a seasonal fresh fruit salad to maple pears poached in maple syrup and topped with granola to a melon yogurt parfait.  Then the entree – will it be lemon blueberry pancakes, Amaretto French toast, mini-frittatas?  Each day I cook something different and season – in the fall it might be Pumpkin Pie French Toast or Apple Cider Pancakes, in the summer fresh Blueberry Pancakes with blueberries picked just down the road from me.  I offer a variety of breakfast meats to go with your entree – bacon, canadian bacon (back bacon), sausage, or veggie sausage.  I serve as much local, organic food as I can.  Heading out early – let me know and I will put a “to go” breakfast in the fridge for you to take with you – from fresh home baked muffins to overnight oats.

Next – you get your own personal concierge to help you plan your day – AND I often have discounts for various attractions in the area – such at the Mt. Washington Auto Road, Great Glen Trails, Wildcat Mountain, and Attitash Mountain.  I live here so I can guide you to hiking trails, area attractions, birding spots, places to look for moose, etc.

Oh – and when you return from your day – your room is made up and there are home baked goodies waiting for you!  No baking for you to do, and no clean up!

Then there are the free to use movies, games, puzzles – for you and your family to enjoy family time with.

Need help with dinner choices – I’m happy to help!  I have sample menus from area restaurants and can guide you towards what food you are in the mood for.

Next – I am inspected by the health inspector annually.  I am inspected by the fire department.  I have insurance to protect you and your belongings.  AND I live at my bed and breakfast – it is my home – so if you have a problem I am here!

Have I convinced you yet?  Next blog – why you should #bookdirect.



About QuiltingInnkeeper

I've been an Innkeeper since 1999 and a quilter since 2000 when I picked up a McCall's Easy Quilts magazine in the supermarket my first January as an innkeeper (it was cold, quiet, and I thought - well, it's easy!). I have the best job in the world, hosting people from far and near. I love to bake, cook, and do a variety of crafts. I was a Social Worker on Long Island before moving to New Hampshire to start my new life as an Innkeeper. I love living in New Hampshire and being an Innkeeper
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