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Munro Mansion

The historic Greek revival Munro Mansion bed and breakfast was once a station
on the Underground Railroad. Steeped in history, Munro mansion is located on
the famous Old Sauk trail. Relax playing the on site grand piano, find a good
book in the library or just enjoy the resident Scottish Terriers. Each of the
guest rooms is unique.

George's Room features a wood frame queen-sized bed. After stepping out of the
two-person Jacuzzi, settle in by the gas fireplace for a carefree evening of
cable television. The furnishings also include two comfortable wingback chairs.

Clara's room is complete with a queen-sized bed and a double Jacuzzi. Period
furniture, including a writing desk completes the ambience. The wooden bed in
Alyce's room has a floor to ceiling curtain that accents the pink quilt.
Although modernized, the furnishings give the feel of a pre civil war era.

On the ground floor for those that find it difficult to manage stairs is
Julia's room. The crystal chandelier will dazzle even in the daylight hours
because of the two corner windows. We find here a queen-sized sleigh bed and
business writing desk and private bath. Enjoy your morning coffee on the
outside porch or take the chill of the evening off in front of the fireplace.

Margaret's room features a queen-sized four-poster bed. The ambience is
complete with period furniture. The Cottage room is furnished in the classic
English cottage style with a queen-sized bed and private bath. Sit back and
relax in the wicker rocker by the warmth of the fireplace.

The General's room is fitted out as the civil war room as any General would
have his home decorated. A pair of wingback chairs flanks the queen-sized bed.
The ambience of the room is completed with the decor fit for any civil war
historian. 

Mountain Memories

Situated on top of one of Georgia's famous mountains, Mountain Memories bed and
breakfast offers a majestic view of the Georgian mountains. From the gazebo,
your room or out on the deck, the only word to describe the view of the sunsets
or lake Chatuge, is magnanimous Fall in love all over again on a romantic
getaway in one of the six rooms or even a private cabin.

The Lovers Suite holds a white washed, pencil post king bed with a bedside
Armoire. The complete lovers fantasy comes complete with terry robes, candles
and a rubber ducky. A sleeper sofa accentuates the romantic king bed and the
gas log fireplace. But no room is complete without the rubber ducky. Decorated
in green and burgundy, the Southern Pine Suite boasts a four-poster king bed,
sleeper sofa and coffee table. The first two-room suite we encounter is the
Sunset Suite. A queen sized bed and ruffled end tables occupy one room with a
futon, coffee and end tables in the other. No mountain retreat would be without
a self-named room, so we now enter the Mountain Mist Suite. Joining the
queen-sized bed is the armoire and chaise lounge and two-person shower. The
last of the rooms is the Queen Anne Suite. Upon entering we notice the queen
bed alcove and sleeper sofa.

This mountain resort also has cabins to rent. Stone Creek Cabin has the
authentic look of a log house as the settlers lived in. Hiawasse Heights Cabin
offers a panoramic view of the mountains of Georgia. The View cabin lives up to
its name, as the majesty of the sights is breathtaking. Bring a video camera
because that is the only way you will be able to explain the view. All the
cabins offer an unobstructed view of Lake Chatuge and the flowing Georgia
countryside. 

Mountain Laurel Inn

Hidden high in the mountain near Mentone, Alabama is Mountain Laurel Inn. By
using the rustic look, Mountain Laurel Inn blends in with the surroundings on
Lookout Mountain. This is a hikers dream. Full sized windows put forward
breathtaking views of the surrounding woods, or just relax in one of the
rocking chairs on the porch. There is even a separate guesthouse with a number
of rooms, every one with its own separate entrance.

One of the more exclusive features of Mountain Laurel is the coffee placed
outside each guest's door. After the morning eye opener, step into the dining
room for a full sized breakfast that starts with a variety of breads and
continues with everything from breakfast pizza to decadent French toast.

The wildflower room celebrates the well-known wildflowers of the region. Spring
is brought out by the large quantity of Mountain Laurel and Lady Slippers.
Alabama has only one ski slope and it is shown in the motif of the ski room.
The wildlife neighbors are well represented in the deer room, including
Canadian Geese and wild turkeys. Come to the bridal room for your first or
fiftieth honeymoon. This room is next door to the Mentone Wedding chapel. For
parties of three there is the apartment room upstairs. This is the only two
room groupings on hand. In the primary room is a queen-sized bed but a trundle
bed and kitchenette is in the other room.

Full enjoyment of the area is complete with hiking and biking. For the more
adventurous, take hold of a pair of the bikes that are on hand or go by
horseback to do some sightseeing. Check out the loads of antique stores and
take home gifts for all or just a few keepsakes as a reminder of a wonderful
vacation.

Lost Creek Ranch and Spa

Located between Grand Teton National Park and Bridger Teton Forest, in Wyoming,
is an incredible family vacation spot called Lost Creek Ranch and Spa. Your
vacation will start off right with the complimentary transportation they offer
from the nearby airport. Rates for the ten cabins and twenty rooms include all
meals. That is just the beginning.

Children under the age of six stay completely free and staff will provide cribs
upon request. During the day, there are supervised children's activities so the
adults may enjoy some time on their own. Activities include a heated pool,
whirlpool, exercise equipment, tennis, hayrides, lawn games and a game room.
Ridding instruction is available for both children and adults.

The spa offers a sauna and team room as well as massage. What a wonderful way
to spend the evening after a long day of vigorous activity.

Each of the cabins includes a private porch, refrigerators and fireplaces.
Picnic tables provide a nice outdoor experience for the whole family. The staff
will also do your laundry free of charge so you can spend your time doing more
enjoyable things.

Dinners are served family style and offer two choices each evening. Breakfast
can be either a full continental one or your choice from a large menu. Lunch is
served buffet style and offers a large variety of choices. Kids can either eat
with their parents or enjoy a special kid's dinner with their newly found
friends. They have a special menu of kid-favored food to choose from with the
second option.

Not only is the staff highly trained in their particular occupation, but Lost
Creek Ranch offers something found rarely elsewhere, a one to one staff and
guest ratio. No matter what you need or want, there is always someone ready and
willing to accommodate your wishes.

Levy-East House

When you think of Louisiana, the first picture is of a French style of
architecture. The Levy-East House bed and breakfast however is a three-story
Greek revival structure. Located in the historic Natchitoches landmark
district, it was recently totally restored and renovated. The antique
furnishings that adorn the building throughout were in the home for over one
hundred years.

At first glance one would expect to see the plantation owner, dressed in his
white suit and walking stick to be sitting on the expansive front porch sipping
mint Juleps and instructing the staff in their daily duties. Each of the rooms
is adorned with period furnishings and lush appointments. We have seen the
outside but now it is time to check out our sleeping accommodations.

Our first stop is the Wendy Lynette Suite. Taking center stage is the enlarged
bed with the hand crocheted quilt. All the furnishings are Victorian walnut. A
bed designed for royalty is matched with a marble top dresser and armoire.
Enter the private bath and enjoy the whirling waters of the Jacuzzi.

Ascending the stairs to the third floor we enter the Vintage Rose Suite. The 
antique walnut bed and dresser have been in the family for over 100 years. The 
lace curtains on the windows accent the soft ambience of the room.

The Judy Colette Suite displays fabulous Eastlake furnishings circa 1880. A
ceiling to floor crown canopy presents the antique bed in all of its finery.
Also on the third floor we encounter the Cottage Suite.

In the parlor is the television and wet bar allows a most cordial welcome to
your guests. Fashioned after an English cottage we find furnishing of wicker.
The queen-size bed is draped with a duvet cover and pillows and presents a view
of the large magnolia tree situated just outside the window. 

Lazy L

Taking a page out of western naming conventions, the Lazy L in Willow Creek,
Delaware was built specifically as a bed and breakfast. The Lazy L is ideal for
the birdwatcher in you. The marsh comes alive with Eagles, Osprey, and Herons.
Enjoy nature's beauty from the screen porch or indoor lounge. This three-story
delight is also pet friendly.

There are five spacious rooms in addition to a private cottage. The Nature Room
is above average in size for a bed and breakfast. With a queen sized sleigh bed,
it offers a superb view of Red Mill Creek. On the second floor is the Lighthouse
room. In addition to the large double windows for an excellent view, there is an
alcove in which to store your beach gear. Also on the second floor is the
Mermaid room and shares two rooms with the others on this floor. From here you
are offered an excellent view at the front of the Lazy L. On the lower level is
the Key West Room.

Adjacent to the Key West room is a large sitting area and a walk out patio that
it shares with the Flamingo room. The lounge area of the Flamingo room comes
complete with all the kitchen amenities. Sit on the deck and enjoy the sunrise
or just enjoy the ducks out on the creek. Unique to the Lazy L is a small
private cottage lovingly called Cottage in the Dog Run.

The full sized complimentary breakfast includes such luxuries as quiche and
crepes along side the full compliment of fruits and breads. After a hearty
breakfast, head down to the creek and spend the day kayaking. If you prefer the
less intimidating activities a heated swimming pool, hot tub, and pool table are
provided. To complete the nature enjoyment, a picnic area is also provided.

Lake View Cottage

Lake View Cottage is a traditional bed and breakfast Inn located in the
foothills of the White Mountains, between the Lakes Region and Mount Washington
Valley, just south of Conway and North Conway. Here you can experience the
romance of a getaway weekend with luxurious candlelight breakfasts and Jacuzzis
in a number of the rooms. Silver Lake, New Hampshire offers beautiful sunsets.

Grampa David's Room has a king size bed canopy bed, antique period furniture
including an oak armoire. From the sitting room you may step out onto the porch
with a glorious view of the lake where you may enjoy being served breakfast
weather permitting. The large bath includes a two person Jacuzzi , separate
shower and reproduction fixtures.

Grampa Earle's Room, on the second floor, has a sitting room, a queen size bed,
antique floral wallpaper in greens and rose with detailed painting of the
woodwork and brass door hardware. The private bath has a corner Jacuzzi for two
and a separate shower. This is the best view in the house where you can wake up
to the crimson sunrise over the lake.

Helen's Room, also on the second floor, sunny yellow was used for this bright
room with windows on three sides. The wicker furniture and details contribute
to the airy feeling of this queen size bedroom. A photo of Aunt Helen's cat,
Chippy, watches over you while you sleep. The large bath has a shower big
enough for two including two showerheads and two seats!!

The Rose Room has a queen size sleigh bed with a view overlooking the lake and
gardens. The reproduction wallpaper in this room matches the original. The
brand new bath has a four foot jetted shower and reproduction fixtures.

The Lake View Cottage is truly a paradise for romantics or those who are
romantic at heart.

Lake Placid Lodge

Located on the shores of beautiful Lake Placid, in New York, this is the
perfect spot for couples on their honeymoon-or for men (or women) who want to
pop the question. He staff here will gladly help make this the most memorable
experience of a lifetime.

This lakeside lodge is a charming Adirondack retreat. Built in the 1920's at or
near the water's edge, these cabins have all been skillfully renovated to
include king or queen-size featherbeds, large stone fireplaces, sitting areas,
pleasing to the eye rustic furniture and wet bars. All have lush bathrooms,
with enormous soaking tubs and spacious separate showers. Gigantic picture
windows expose out of this world lake and mountain vistas. A full Adirondack
breakfast is included for all visitors.

Whether you visit in winter or summer, there is always something to do. Winter
can have you participating in a dog sled ride, skiing or ice fishing. Summer
provides opportunity for hiking, boating, playing gold, fishing, horseback
riding or tennis. For the couples, you can take a canoe out to a private island
for a leisurely day alone together.

For those who want to cozy up inside, the cabins offer working fireplaces,
in-room modem links and a wet bar. The tubs are large and perfect for a nice
long hot bubble bath.

While all the cabins are spectacular, one stands above the rest. Owl's Head is
a very special cabin. Set just a step or two from the edge of the lake, the
cabin's private porch is fringed by a small, tumbling brook. The room has a
vast hand-crafted stone fireplace and a king-size featherbed shaped from a
tree. In the vast bathroom, there is a two-person jacuzzi jet tub, a dry sauna,
and a six-headed steam shower. This spacious, one-room suite is the most
luxurious and romantic.

Inn on the River

An extraordinary visit awaits you at the Inn on the River in Glen Rose, Texas.
We all know Texans like to do everything in a big way and this extends to their
hospitality. It is a place where the constant flow of interruptions is replaced
by a quietly flowing river, and the harsh sounds of city traffic give way to
those of singing birds.

The Inn, which is selected as a Texas Historical Landmark, is stylishly
furnished to make available the ultimate in comfort. No two rooms are the same,
but every one is beautifully decorated with an historic armoire, excellent
European linens, a feather bed and a goose-down comforter. Each and every one
of the rooms has a private bath. And, you will find irresistible the fact that
the rooms do not have televisions to inundate you with the news of everyday
life.

When it is time to have a little excitement, take a plunge in the mineral water
pool, play croquet or volleyball, cruise around town on one of the mountain
bikes, or simply sit by the river and slow down for a while. Bird watching from
the Adirondack chairs overlooking the river is a much loved pastime of Inn on
the River guests. Binoculars and bird watchers' guides are accessible. The Glen
Rose Sanctuary is just a short walk away.

The Glen Rose region offers a broad assortment of leisure opportunities,
including the Bird Watching Sanctuary, Fossil Rim Wildlife Center, Dinosaur
Valley State Park, The Brazos River, which is perfect for canoeing and fishing,
horseback riding, fishing or boating on Lake Granbury and antique shopping.

Don't allow a visit to Texas pass without spending at least one day at the Inn
on the River. It may not be your most exciting stop, but it will certainly be
one of your best.

Highland Glen Lodge

Moose don't have their own bed and breakfasts, or do they? Don't be surprised
to find these Alaskan natives visiting Highland Glen Lodge in Anchorage,
Alaska. This quaint Tudor mansion belies the elegance within. Your first view
makes you think you've stepped off American soil and straight to the English
countryside. Highland Glen Lodge is in the shadows of the Chugach Mountains
with breathtaking views of the rugged mountains and Cook Inlet.

The English theme carries through to the breakfast fare. You are treated to a
blend of English/Scottish country dining mixed with the flavor of the Alaskan
frontier. After a delightful breakfast join your family and guests in the Great
room. Relax over coffee on the plush furnishings. Floor to ceiling windows offer
a spectacular view of the Alaskan countryside.

For your first or fiftieth honeymoon, a stay in the Highlander room is a must.
Not only is there a king sized bed, but also a tower and a balcony. You can go
from the lounge into the double Jacuzzi for added enjoyment. To make the
honeymoon complete, in room breakfast is available. The Glen View room also has
a king sized bed with a beautiful view of Cook Inlet. Planning on having three
or more in your party? Then The Birchwoods has the extra room with a twin bed.
For the ultimate in a family or group gathering, the three room Woodlands Suite
is just what you are looking for. There is a private sauna, one king sized bed
and two queen sized. Alaska may seem to be the last frontier with civilization
many miles away; each room does have Internet access. Although out of sight of
the world, you are still in close contact.

All of the rooms come complete with a hot tub and access to the roof patio
lounge.

Genoa House Inn

Historic Genoa, near Lake Tahoe and Carson City in the foothills of the Sierra
Nevada, is Nevada's oldest settlement. It is the location of the Genoa House
Inn, an authentic Victorian home listed in the National Register of Historical
Places. The house has been restored to the charm and tranquility of an earlier
time.

The Rose Room is accented in mallard green and burgundy, has a hand-made barn
wood queen-size bed, and is furnished with Victorian antiques. This spacious
room has a private balcony and large, stained glass windows.

The Blue Room is accented in a soft gray-blue with mahogany antiques and a
queen bed. The private bath in the hall is equipped with a Jacuzzi tub and an
overhead shower.

The Garden Room offers a queen bed and is accessed by a gentle path leading
across the yard to a covered porch with a private entrance. Take a relaxing
bath in the claw foot bathtub.

Early in the morning, your choice of coffee or tea is delivered to your door,
followed by a full breakfast served either in your room or in the sunlit dining
room.

Genoa is an image of the Old West, with a panoramic view of the abundant Carson
Valley and the nearby mountains. Genoa's local activities consist of soaring,
ballooning, and bicycling in the Valley. The allure of the old town invites you
to a casual walk, touring the Victorian homes and antique buildings with their
various businesses, from Nevada's oldest saloon to nearby David Walley's Hot
Springs.

Genoa House is only minutes away from surrounding attractions: everything from
skiing and boating at Lake Tahoe to the historical sights of Virginia City.
Capture its charm with your camera or just your heart. Whatever you do, this
place will forever remain a part of your fondest memories. 

French Creek Ranch

Custer, South Dakota, is home to the rustic French Creek Ranch Bed and
Breakfast. As expected from this part of the country, you won't find frills and
lace here. What you will find is a laid-back place with plenty of comfort and
the great outdoors. There are not many bed and breakfasts where you can bring
your own horse and have it taken care of during your stay. At the French Creek
Ranch, your horse will be pampered as much as you are.

French Creek Ranch offers quiet privacy yet easy access to the countless
wonders of the Black Hills. The ranch sits in a high mountain meadow with
French Creek running through it overlooking the awesome views of the nearby
Needles formation.

French Creek Ranch is adjacent to the Black Hills National Forest, allowing
hikers, bicyclists or horse riders easy access to the Forest's thousands of
acres. And by traveling just a short distance, guests can access beautiful
mountain bike trails. Other nearby attractions include the Crazy Horse
Memorial, Wind Cave National Park, Jewel Cave National Monument and of course,
Mount Rushmore.

There are three guest rooms to choose from. The Cowboy Room is Rustic Western
themed, with queen-size lodge-pole bed, private bath just across the hall,
large walk-in closet, and a beautiful view of nearby Needles. The Cowgirl Room
is Southwestern themed, queen bed, private bath, walk-in closet, and a gorgeous
view of the Hills. The Lakota Room is American Indian themed room with queen
bed, private bath, double closet and a garden view.

A full breakfast, ranging from traditional ranch breakfasts to innovative
Southwestern entrees, is served every morning at 8 a.m. in the Ranch's main
dining room. Horse guests get a wondrous meal of fresh oats. For a stay a bit
out of the ordinary, visit French Creek Ranch.

Fox Manor

Fox Manor Historic Bed & Breakfast Inn is located in Kingsport, Tennessee. Upon
arrival, you will become aware of the original carriage steps used by passengers
to disembark from their horse-drawn carriages. This is your earliest hint that
you have arrived at a truthfully only one of its kind and historic inn. Eight
cozy fireplaces, eleven ceiling fans, central air conditioning, complimentary
wireless high speed internet, a quiet parlor for reading or watching
television, candlelight breakfast, afternoon tea, and a wonderful dessert gift
shop are all features of this wondrous inn. Each room features plush down
comforters, thick robes, queen or king sized beds, wine buckets, ironing
boards, a television, VCR and DVD players. The private baths all have Egyptian
towels and hair dryers and lighted makeup mirrors. The Cottage is a very cozy
residence separate from the main house. It features a private bath with
oversized shower, queen-sized bed and a large work desk. Amenities also include
a small refrigerator, microwave, television/dvd/vcr and telephone. The Cottage
is perfect for the extended stay business traveler or a haven for honeymooners.
Guests are invited to enjoy afternoon refreshments at the authentic 300 year-old
English Pub Bar. This wonderful room is furnished with plush leather sofas, a
big screen television and a 28-foot hand-painted wall mural. The Parlor offers
quiet Victorian elegance and the warm glow of fire. For quieter moments, the
Library has a cozy fireplace and a large selection of books and magazines.
There is a television with VCR, and a wonderful music system with surround
sound. The ceiling in the Dining Room was painted by a professional artist who
captured both the design and color scheme in the fabrics and wall coverings.
The vast china and teapot collection gathered on travels abroad is displayed in
the built in cabinets.

Deutshce Strasse

Old world charm is marvelously reflected in this building built in the Frank
Lloyd Wright style. Deutshce Strasse Bed and Breakfast is the 1884 home that
was renovated in 1915. Old world charm is displayed throughout your experience
in the great north. Guests are welcomed in the welcome room on the main floor
with its grand piano and period architecture. As you step into the formal
dining room you will imagine you have entered a chalet on the Alps. This
feeling carries through to the living room and the candlelit marble fireplace.
As you mount the stairs to your room, you will forget you are in Minnesota.

The king size bed with the ornate scrolled metal head and footboards may not
indicate this is the Castle room but the suit of armor in the sitting area for
two gives it away. The private bath comes complete with a pedestal bath and
rain shower.

The Crystal room boasts a queen-sized antique brass bed. Crystal accents
complete the room's ambience. Step into the two-person whirlpool tub with the
original ceramic floor and wall tile. This room was originally the master room.

The queen-sized four-poster bed is most prominent in the Flower room. Even the
headboard has flowers. We find, in the private bath, a shower and an original
pedestal sink.

Ivy outlines the canopy frame of the queen-sized bed in the Ivy room. Grab a
book and cuddle up by the fireplace on the cool evenings. The private bath
includes a shower with three showerheads that is referred to as a full-body
shower.

The Black Forest room is two rooms decorated with items from the black forest
region of Germany. This room also boasts a full bath and a room with a hot tub
and fireplace. Don't miss the cuckoo clock on the wall in this room! 

Clifton -- The Country Inn

Charlottesville, Virginia, is home to the elegantly landscaped grounds of
Clifton -- The Country Inn. This 1799 country inn exudes southern refinement
with its uniquely decorated rooms and gracious service.

Every one of the fourteen of the room are filled with antiques, have wood
burning fireplaces and views of the manicured grounds and private lake. A
complimentary full breakfast will start any visitor's day off on a positive
note, as will the coffee that is available in each and every room. Activities
include a pool, whirlpool, lawn games and lighted tennis courts. Clifton also
offers in-room massages, custom picnic baskets and private dinners in their
gazebo.

The seven rooms and suites situated in the main house are extremely comfy, yet
stylish. The diverse, but equally striking, views from these rooms include
Monticello Mountain, cascading waterfalls at the pool, and gorgeous lawns and
flowering gardens. These rooms are furnished with antique stuff, Waterworks
fixtures and spa jet showers. All rooms offer the finest in modern amenities
including high-speed Internet access. The facilities are totally non-smoking.

Clifton's three Livery Cottages were fashioned from an original dependency on
the property. The building offers a huge deck, ideal for taking in the view of
the private lake. Each of these rooms features a separate sitting area and
exceptional antique soaking tubs in the restrooms.

If you choose to wander off the grounds, you can take a tour of Monticello, go
horseback riding, enjoy a walking tour of the historic downtown Charlottesville
area, take in a game of golf or do some rafting. The possibilities are endless.
One thing you won't want to miss is a tour of the multitude of vineyards in the
area. This tour alone is a day long event and well worth the time. Some of the
state's finest vineyards call this area home. 

Chateau Du Sureau

A fairy tale awaits you in Oakhurst, California, just minutes from Yosemite in
the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas at Chateau du Sureau. Everything from the
European style stucco building to the life-sized chess board will evoke a
feeling of being transported to another place and time. Wrought iron gates
emblazoned with the Château's elegant crest open to reveal the stately 9000
square foot stucco Inn, complete with a stone turret, Parisian balconies and
shuttered windows, all on nine acres of meticulously landscaped park grounds.
Walking paths, fountains, a swimming pool, a bocce court and a life-size chess
set add to the natural cachet and charm of the area. Once inside, guests are
quickly enveloped in the Château's extraordinary European hospitality. It was
Erna's desire to bring the traditions and hospitality of Europe's grand houses
to the States and she has truly captured it here. Chambermaids, attired in
black dress and white linen aprons, present baskets of refreshments and tea.
There is no front desk, no check in, no credit card imprinting (only a hand
written bill discreetly presented before guests leave) and no televisions in
the guest's rooms. Each guest room is individually decorated and named for
restorative herbs that can be found growing on the property. Erma's Elderberry
House, one of the finest restaurants, is located on the property for your
dining pleasure.

The Chateau du Sureau offers a complimentary full breakfast to each guest and
also provides coffee in each room. Besides the ten rooms within the main
building, there is also a two bedroom villa available for those who wish more
privacy.

The Chateau du Sureau offers exercise equipment, a pool, lawn games and several
balconies for your enjoyment. The facilities is totally non-smoking. With the
peaceful surroundings available here, you may make this your only destination.

Casa Escondida

Chimayo, New Mexico is home to the lovely Casa Escondida. Situated in a
sheltered, country location, Casa Escondida ("hidden house") is in addition
handy to historic Santa Fe, quaint Taos, the ancient ruins of Bandelier
National Park, the cultural magnificence of Native American pueblos, soothing
hot springs, inspiring landscapes of Abiquiu and many other wonderful sites.

Every one of the rooms is filled with handpicked antiques and accented in a
rustic southwest style. Some rooms offer amenities such as an antique wood
stove, private patio, fireplace, private deck or oversized bathtub.
Architectural elements, such as kiva fireplaces, wooden tongue & groove
ceilings, saltillo tile floors and wooden vigas, all add to the warmth and
rustic charm of Casa Escondida, which is fairly similar to a southwestern
country inn. Four of the eight guest rooms are set to allow pets.

Casita Escondida is a comfy, one-bedroom, adobe suite detached from the main
house. It provides the ideal private retreat. At night, take pleasure in the
glow of your living room kiva fireplace. It has one queen bed in the sleeping
area as well as, one daybed in the living area that converts into two twin beds
if desirable. The living area also features a full kitchenette and access to a
private deck with quaint views of pastures and foothills. Saltillo tile floors
and vigas communicate the feel of old New Mexico. Just the thing for extended
stays or families. They gladly provide puppy-perks. Upon arrival, you will
discover a delectable doggie treat awaiting you, in your room. During your
stay, your dog can indulge in a "bottomless bag of biscuits". Just ask your
human for refills. If you forget your pet bed, a rug will gladly be provided.
No deposit is required, but an extra fifteen dollars per night is charged.

Canoe Bay

Rice Lake, Wisconsin is home to the beautiful Canoe Bay. This secluded 280-acre
wilderness spot may seem an unlikely place for luxury at its finest, but this
resort delivers just that.

Guests can choose between one of the five rooms within the main building, a
four-room lodge or one of the several cabins available. All exhibit either
Adirondack or Frank Lloyd Wright inspired decor. Each is also located in either
a completely wooded or lake view area. The exceptional restaurant provides
breakfast in bed, gourmet lunch baskets and a daily changing four-course dinner
menu.

All rooms come complete with TV, cable and VCR and some include a refrigerator
and microwave. Coffee is provided in all rooms. Activities include picnic
tables along the lake, cross country skiing, golf, ice-skating, exercise
equipment and a spa. Equipment is provided for kayaking, canoeing and row
boating. Enjoy a day fishing for bass or just relaxing on the water. For those
wishing an indoor activity or on days when weather may prohibit being outdoors,
an extensive library of hardcover books and magazines allows guests to catch up
on their reading.

The Inn is the go-to spot in the evening, where you'll find the best food in
the region served in their lakeside Dining Room. Sneak a peek, too, at their
extensive red wine collection on display in the gorgeous Wine Cellar Room.

Cottages offer extreme privacy; choose stand-alone or duplex-style. All
accommodations are fully outfitted with fireplace, private deck, King bed,
whirlpool-for-two, audio/video system, and mini-fridge. And direct lake views
are the rule!

No children are allowed at this facility, so it is a perfect adult getaway for
couples that need some time alone together. Romance is never more alive than in
the private surroundings of this wooded wonderland. And you thought Wisconsin
only had cheese.

Blueberry Pointe on the Lake

Chepachet, Rhode Island is a beautiful place. Blueberry Pointe on the Lake fits
in well with the beauty. Every Blueberry Pointe on the Lake room features the
tranquility and splendor of lakefront backdrop, a private bath, ultra-plush
mattress, designer linens and towels, and a famed gourmet breakfast. They
furthermore include complimentary wine, hot tub use, a private beach, and
kayaks, canoe, and paddle boat.

Birds flourish on Sand Dam Reservoir in the summer. The protection of the lake
becomes a meeting place for mallards and geese. The kingfisher dives into the
lake, beak first, and captures fish. Nesting herons squawk and flap up into the
wind after victorious frog feasts.
Blueberry Pointe land is bordered by Nature Conservancy land which links acres
of woodlands to neighboring ponds, wetlands, and forests all the way to the
Connecticut border. The staff has maps, field guides and binoculars to borrow,
and they offer a reservation service for local activities and restaurants.

The Sunrise Suite is a bright accommodation with a separate private bath, tub
and dual showerheads. The bedroom and sitting area has a queen size bed strewn
with plush pillows. A TV with DVD and a stereo system are included for your
enjoyment. One special amenity in the Sunrise Suite is this antique cast iron
faux fireplace on a tiled hearth surrounded by a custom built mahogany mantel.

The spacious Moonlight Suite is located on the second floor of the main house
and comprises the master bedroom, a private bath, and a sitting area/library.
The Master Suite is lit by a wall of windows capped by a large half-round. The
view to the grounds and the lake beyond is inviting yet promotes privacy.

These are just two of the rooms available at the Blueberry Pointe. There is a
room to suit nearly every preference.

Blue Heron Inn

Idaho is more than just mines and potatoes. Located on the south fork of the
Snake River is The Blue Heron Inn. It's rustic exterior gives way to unmatched
luxury and hospitality. Many of the neighbors will be seen walking by, such as
moose and deer. Making their home in the nearby woods one can find Squirrels,
Marmots, raccoons, beavers and foxes. It is not uncommon to see Blue Herons
fishing for their next meal in the nearby Snake River or see eagles and osprey
flying overhead. Nothing about Idaho is small as can be seen by the size of the
rooms at the Blue Heron Inn.

The namesake room, The Blue Heron Suite is larger than some houses, or so it
appears. The king size bed in the center of the room facing the French doors
takes up less than a quarter of the space. For those chilly Idaho nights there
is even a river rock fireplace.

At first glance, the decor of the Canyon Suite is reminiscent of the southwest.
One is reminded of the Navajo when the king sized bed is first viewed. The
French doors open to a private balcony allowing breathtaking views of the south
fork of the Snake River.

The ducks of the same name inspired the Mallard room. A handmade quilt adorns
the log bed and is accompanied by the pine furniture. For a more private
retreat, the Carriage house is a second floor room attached to the innkeeper's
residence. Since we are in the west, the Bunkhouse Suite is expected. You will
think you've stepped into history with all the log furnishings. The handcrafted
pine queen sized bed is the centerpiece of the Southfork Suite. Idaho's state
bird is honored in the Blue Bird Suite. Here we find a brass bed with a marble
topped dresser.

Big Island Mountain View Inn

The surf and sand may define Hawaii, but it was the volcano's that created
these paradise islands. The largest of the islands also has the longest name of
its resort, Big Island Hawaii Bed and Breakfast Mountain View Inn. We are
stopping at a four-acre garden and fishpond estate in full view of Mauna Kea,
the tallest mountain in the world.

In this most tranquil setting are some of the worlds most exotic plants and
flowers. Native to the islands are Ohia and rose apple trees and rivaling the
fragrant magnolias of the east we find heliconia, ginger and anthuriums. Even
the suites are a reminder of the flora of the region.

Our first stop is in the Cherry Blossom Suite. The new side room addition comes
complete with coffeemaker and complimentary native Kona coffee. As would be
expected, this room overlooks the Cherry Blossom tree as well as the fishpond
and estate garden. A colorful quilt covers the king sized bed and a matching
one is on the twin bed/sofa.

The red and burgundy decor of the Heliconia suite is reminiscent of the native
flowers and has a view of the heliconia flower nursery. Enjoy your morning
coffee in deep padded chairs around the glass top table. Even with the king
sized bed there is still enough room for just relaxing.

A comfortable queen sized bed is the centerpiece of the Lehua room. This most
calming room also offers a tranquil view of the side garden. If your sleeping
preference runs more to twin beds then the plumeria room is for you. This is a
bright and airy room with a beautiful view of the side garden.

Enhance your stay by visiting the art studio home of Jane and Linus Chao.
Stroll through the gardens or just select your favorite romance novel and have
a seat in the gazebo. 

Benner House

Victorian elegance is alive and well in Weston, Missouri. Benner House is the
former home of George Shawhan, the owner of McCormick Distillery. This elegant
home now has the spirits of romance ingrained. Built in the lovely Victorian
Queen Anne style, it is the last word in beauty and grace.

The four queen sized suites are well appointed with all the luxuries a king or
queen would ever want. Surrounded by Victorian antiques each suite is a
delightful mix of the old and the new. By all outward appearances you have
traveled back in time to the turn of the twentieth century. Then the CD/alarm
clock brings you back to the present. Neither you nor your partner will want to
leave the comfort of the big brass bed in the Garden view Suite. If the timely
elegance of oak is more in line for you, then the Riverside Suite is where you
want to be. For the truly romantic, roses adorn the Rose Balcony Suite. Relive
the old world in the Bridgewater Suite, complete with antique Iron bed.

Benner House is a two-story bed and breakfast with wrap around porches on both
levels. As you enter the first floor you are immediately enmeshed in the style
and charm of the reception area with its original, yet restored, fireplace. Go
through to the dining room and marvel at the Murano Venetian Chandelier. The
solarium has floor to ceiling windows that accent the Rattan and white wicker
furnishings. There is even a library with a large variety of reading material
and games as well as a large color television. Early risers can stroll through
the hospitality Bistro and marvel at the tin ceilings while enjoying their
morning coffee. Here you will truly see the European touch with the grapes and
wine decorations.

Averill's Flathead Lake Lodge

A family vacation beyond your wildest dreams awaits you at Averill's Flathead
Lake Lodge in Bigfork, Montana.

This ranch covers two thousand acres in the Rocky Mountains, just south of
Glacier National Park. The ranch is family operated, so they know what a family
is searching for. This is evident right down to the rates, which are different
for each age group. The categories are divided into adult, thirteen to
nineteen, six to twelve, three to five and under three. All rates include meals
and various activities.

The activities available include supervised children's activities for kids from
six through teenagers. Families can enjoy horseback riding, lake cruising and
trail hiking. If you've ever wanted to know what it was like to work on an
authentic dude ranch, here's your chance-visitors can participate in cattle
roping and various other workings around the corral.

This isn't the end of the activities by far. There is a heated pool, rec room
and private beach. Why not try your hand at white water rafting? The water is
also available for lake cruises, boating, raft trips and water skiing. There is
a private beach at your disposal, complete with picnic tables and grills.

For horse lovers, riding instruction, horse competitions, team roping, team
penning and even a family style rodeo are just some of the fun events offered
in the rodeo area. Riders will enjoy morning, evening, and half-day rides
through mountain country and rolling timberland with spectacular vistas.

If all this weren't enough, there are barn dances, a children's overnight
campout, a bonfire on the beach, complete with s'mores and singalongs, and much
more. After a day of all that activity, you can even get a massage for those
tired muscles. This is truly one vacation spot the whole family can enjoy
together!!

Atwood House

Built in the neoclassical Georgian revival style, Atwood House welcomes you.
Step into the parlor and marvel at the elegance of midwestern luxury. This is a
page straight out of the days of the railroad baron's. The setting is complete
with the player piano and period furniture. The staircase is reminiscent of the
mansions built by the cattle barons, right down to the chandeliers. No visit to
the capital of Nebraska is complete without a stop at the Atwood house.

Newlyweds will be most attracted to the three-room Atwood Suite. Enjoy the
leather sofa in the living room as you relax by the fire crackling from the
real wood that it burns. In the bedroom are the three-piece walnut and marble
Victorian king-sized bed and ornate walnut wardrobe. The roman style bath
features a two-person corner heart-shaped whirlpool tub. This suite is as large
as some homes so nothing is crowded here.

The western aristocracy is well reflected in the Beals Suite. Center stage here
is the three-piece walnut tester king-sized bed. The ambience is aptly set with
the Victorian furnishings. Enter the bath and relax in the two person Jacuzzi
with handheld shower.

Located just next to the main house is the three-room Carriage suite. The
sitting room boasts a vaulted ceiling and leather queen-sized hide-a-bed. The
king-sized bed in the bedroom is located next to the French doors of the bath
that features a two-person aquatic whirlpool.

The Frank A. Little Suite has an L shaped layout that separates the bedroom
area from the living room area. The three-piece walnut bedroom set features a
high-backed carved king-sized bed. The bath area features a corner shower and
claw foot tub and pedestal sink. Sink into the rocker in the living area and
relax with your favorite magazine.

The Gilbert Inn

A romantic Queen Anne Victorian home built in 1892, the Gilbert Inn, in
Seaside, Oregon, will capture your heart and imagination at first sight. The
Gilbert Inn has an idyllic setting -- being in one of the North Coast's most
trendy seashore towns. Seaside, with its historic boardwalk and turnaround on
the sea is a great vacation destination. Shops, restaurants, beaches, parks,
museums, it's all here and within easy walking distance.

Upon entering this special Queen Anne Victorian you are transported back into
yesterday. The Gilbert Inn, built in 1892, still looks much the same as it did
back then, the large fireplace in the middle of the parlor; the natural fir
tongue and groove ceilings and walls all through the house still hold on to
their warmth and charm.

The ten guests accommodations are inspired by the classic Victorian era and
mirror charm and style from the past. Every room offers lovely decor with queen
sized beds, down quilts, cozy comforters, period furnishings and our family
heirlooms all mingled together to make the emphasis on comfort.

The Gilbert Inn is one of the few bed and breakfast establishments that offer
discounts not only to AAA members and seniors, but also to active military
personnel. All of the rooms feature private bathrooms, color television,
telephones, and DVD players with complimentary DVD's available and includes a
full breakfast.

The original Gilbert Cottage is now a "country style" suite and features a
large bedroom, sitting room and full bath. This is the 1880's Suite. Emma's
Room has natural fir ceiling and walls frame and the cherry wood four-poster
bed makes it complete. Alexander's Room features a claw-foot bathtub. The
Turret Room features old fir ceilings and walls and "turret" windows. Every one
of the other rooms also have their own unique features.




The Burn

Mr. John P. Walworth, planter, alderman, and president of Planters Bank, built
the Burn in 1834. What appears from the front to be just 1 1/2 stories tall is
actually a 3-story antebellum home. Since 1978 this historic home has been one
of the finest bed and breakfasts in Natchez, and it continues to be a central
attraction for visitors who look for comfortable accommodations in a quiet,
beautiful atmosphere.

Part of what makes The Burn a premier vacation destination is their scenery. A
shaded patio overlooks a two-acre garden, and brick walkways give way to
camellias, azaleas, dogwoods, and lots of quiet space. The waters of a full
sized pool summon one to take a cool, soothing dip before dinner.

The Burn presently has five guestrooms from which to choose. All have their own
private baths and cable TV, with access to wireless Internet and a luxurious,
full-size pool.

A quaint single bed complements the ornate queen bed. There's plenty of living
space in The Lucy Room, and since it's in the main house, it's the closest to
breakfast! This guest room features a dressing room and bath with a shower over
the tub.

The Douglas Room is a handsome, quiet, garden level room that boasts a
queen-size bed. The room opens to the outside covered brick patio and a private
courtyard with fountain. Make your way to breakfast, the gardens and pool in
just a few steps.

The very ornate king size bed is the main feature of Laura's Room, which shares
the upper floor with Ernestine. There's a large bath with a shower over the tub.
This accommodation also opens to the covered balcony that overlooks our private
courtyard.

Clara's Room, like The Douglas Room, is on the ground floor. It's large enough
to hold a very comfortable king size bed. The windows look out over the garden,
and the room opens to the covered patio and private courtyard.

Tall Timber Resort

Durango, Colorado, is the home of one of the best family resorts in the
country, Tall Timber Resort.

The historic Silverton train, which winds through scenic forests and canyons,
is one of only two ways to get to this hideaway. The other way is by
helicopter. The accommodations are just as inspiring as the way you arrive.
Two-story condominium units with rustic wood paneling and stone fireplaces
include three meals a day and round-trip transportation from Durango.


Besides the daily three meals, coffee is available in all rooms. Children
between the age of three and twelve stay for half the price. Cribs are provided
free for all who wish one. Box lunches are made available for those adventurers
who wish to go on available helicopter picnics. Other activities include
numerous hiking trails and cross country skiing.

For those preferring quieter activities, there is an indoor/outdoor pool, a
library, lawn games a whirlpool and a sauna. Then there is the adventure of a
lifetime for the most adventurous at heart, the zip line adventure.

With the aid of a Sky Ranger, a guest dons his or her harness and is safety
checked. It takes about four and a half hours to soar between 32 stainless
steel platforms by traversing over a mile of helicopter-grade stainless steel
cable through 27 ponderosa pines, allowing time to relax in the trees to enjoy
a gourmet lunch. Spans range from 50 feet to 500 feet apart, soaring guests
through Aspen forest and even across the Animas River. There are breathtaking
views along the way, and each platform offers something different, including
being air-lifted by a helicopter hoist, and having a Sky Guide rappel guests
down to the forest floor.

There truly is something for everyone at Colorado's Tall Timber Resort. It is
one vacation your family will talk about for years.

Sugar Beach Inn

The very geography of Florida allows it to have sandy beaches on two
oceanfronts. Sugar Beach Inn overlooks the serene waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Looking more like a southern plantation you expect to see the Grande Dame on the
veranda sipping mint Juleps. Even the sunshine state has cool evenings but with
four fireplaces, the chill is quickly dispelled. Step through the white picket
fence and observe Sugar Beach Inn's three floors decorated with the natural
foliage of the area. Upon entering the front door there are five Victorian
based rooms.

The luxurious four-poster is the centerpiece of the Jasmine Suite. With it's
own fireplace and a view of the gulf from the sitting room, this is the master
suite. Upon arising from the white wrought iron queen sized bed, step to the
veranda for a breathtaking view of the gulf. Following through with our
aromatic tour, we come to the Rose Suite. This is the ideal romantic suite with
the private rose red bathroom and accentuated with luxurious linens. The
brightest, most cheery room is the Sunflower Suite. Here you will find many fun
accessories and the queen canopy bed. On the main floor we come to the Rosemary
Suite with a choice of a king sized bed or two twin beds. Step out to the
veranda to enjoy a close up view of the dunes.

Start the day with a complimentary gourmet breakfast in the stately dining
room. The area is awash in curiosity and antique shops. Sugar Beach Inn is
close to many golf, sailing or other water sport locations. Complete your day
by dining Al Fresco upon the sugar white sands of the beach. Lay a towel or a
beach chair out and be thoroughly amused by the antics of the dolphins just
beyond the breakers. 

Bridgeford House

Spring down to Eureka Springs, Arkansas to visit Bridgeford House. Southern
hospitality mixes with Victorian charm awaits you at this charming Queen Anne
Eastlake home. Situated in the middle of Eureka Springs, Bridgeford house
provides a beautiful setting for murder mysteries. From your room, enjoy
delightful views of the famous springs as well as the surrounding mountains.
The secret garden of this 'Painted Lady' has helped this historic bed and
breakfast win many awards. 1884 Bridgford House is listed on the register of
historic places.

The five rooms remind you of a southern plantation. Red cedar is the choice of
accruements in the Garden View bathroom. The four-poster bed looks to be
straight out of Tara. From here you have an excellent view of the secret
garden. For a ladies only retreat, the Rosewater has a queen and twin beds and
can easily accommodate two or three people. There is a Jacuzzi for two and a
large deck with a view of the valley and 'Christ of the Ozarks'. For the secret
seafarers, the Captain Bridgeford has a majestic four-poster queen bed. The bath
has an extra large claw foot bathtub and antique fireplace. The Georgiana is a
romantic three-room suite designed for royalty. This is the perfect place to
celebrate an anniversary or on your honeymoon. The center of the Mary
Bridgeford suite is the queen-sized bed complete with canopy.

A sumptuous breakfast awaits you in the richly appointed dining room. Don't
forget to check out the free cinnamon scones and other treats awaiting you in
your room. Chelsea, the resident sheltie, provides free entertainment. Many art
emporiums and massage parlors surround Bridgeford House. It is also on the route
of the trolley car and horse drawn carriages. Antique shops abound for your
shopping pleasure. Eureka Springs welcomes one and all. 

Spencer House

Spencer House Bed &Breakfast is located in historical downtown Erie
Pennsylvania. Step back in time for a restful stay in our restored Victorian
home. When it was built in 1876, the Victorian home at 519 West Sixth Street
was one of the showiest homes in the city. The original woodwork is one of the
most eye-catching features of the interior, along with the 12-foot ceilings and
interior folding shutters.

Guests are invited to relax in the elegant parlor, with its beautiful fireplace
and baby grand piano, or select a good book from the well-stocked library. The
Treetop Suite skims the treetops and looks on both the front and rear of the
house. A queen-sized bed with floor-to-ceiling canopy gives a very romantic
atmosphere to the room. The original marble sink, a lovely window seat, book
nook, and sitting area provide you with space to meet all you needs. The
bathroom has an original over-sized tiled shower.

The Captain's Quarters takes on the theme of Erie's shipping industry with a
room fit for the Commander himself. A king sized bed in a room filled with old
world charm gives way to a Cape Cod style bathroom complete with a two person
Jacuzzi tub and separate shower.

The Kenya Room houses a collection of artwork from Africa. This beautiful room
decorated in soft greens, has a gas fireplace and the original armoire. There
are two full-sized beds and a sitting area to take pleasure in quiet
conversation. The bathroom next door has a large claw foot tub with a shower
for relaxing night soaks at the end of the day.

These are but three of the seven choices visitor's have within this elegant
building. Plan on staying some time to see all the surrounding area has to
offer.

Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast Inn

Sedona, Arizona is home to the gorgeous Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast Inn.
With the red rock countryside as a background, this comfy inn blends
Mediterranean sophistication with rustic southwestern accents. Each and every
one of the eleven guest rooms includes breakfast and afternoon hors d'oeuvers.

French doors in every one of the rooms open to reveal private balconies or
patios. Just about all of these offer direct views of either Courthouse Butte
or Bell Rock. A number of the guest quarters also have working fireplaces for
those cozy evenings inside. This inn makes a great couple retreat, as the
Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast Inn only allows children over the age of eleven.

The ancients planned with great exactitude sacred places on the earth to mark
and celebrate the passing of one season into the next. In a similar way, Canyon
Villa was laid out with the exact purpose of perfectly capturing and framing the
visual feast of Sedona's Red Rocks.

This luxury Sedona bed and breakfast is a place to just be...to breathe...to
join in or retreat in complete solitude. The choice is yours and our caring
staff will gently enable all that you desire for your beyond-memorable
experience.

Sedona is the perfect place from which to base tours of the area and other
attractions in northern Arizona including the Grand Canyon.

* Visit Tlaquepaque, a cleverly built arts and crafts village with wonderful
  galleries, shops and restaurants. 
* Visit Jerome and see Montezuma's Castle and Tuzigoot National Monument on the 
  way. 
* Take a hike in Boynton Canyon, lunch at Enchantment Resort and visit Palatki 
  Ruins. 
* Visit Red Rock State Park 
* Drive yourself, take a guided coach tour or ride the Grand Canyon Railroad on 
  a day trip to the Grand Canyon. Visit the I-Max Theater while you're there. 
* Visit Walnut Canyon, Sunset Crater, the Museum of Northern Arizona or Lowell
  Observatory.

Richmond Hill Inn

Romance isn't hard to come by at the Richmond Hill Inn located in Asheville,
North Carolina. Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Inn features 37
well-appointed rooms in the historic Mansion, Croquet Cottages, and Garden
Pavilion. The focus in on the main building, a Queen Anne style mansion
originally built in 1889.

Enjoy the serenity and beauty of Victorian gardens with waterfalls, a mountain
brook, and spectacular flower displays. After your complimentary breakfast,
explore Biltmore Estate, the Blue Ridge Parkway, or downtown Asheville. Located
inside the Mansion and on a national scale known for its ground-breaking cuisine
and all-embracing wine selection, Gabrielle's restaurant is one of the few
restaurants in the state to be given the esteemed AAA Four Diamond Award every
year. Woven amongst the buildings are six acres of stunning Victorian gardens
bordering an added forty wooded acres with walking trails. The formal Parterre
Garden at the Garden Pavilion is formed after the great parterres of the
Victorian age uncomplicated, geometrically landscaped gardens with paths
between the beds. Beginning just off the porch of the Mansion and cascading
downward the natural slant of the grounds into a succession of tiny pools, the
mountain brook flows to a nine-foot waterfall in the Parterre Garden. Take
pleasure in the panoramic view of the Parterre Garden from the lofty terrace
that sits on top of the waterfall. On the other side of the terrace, look at
Japanese koi fish swimming in the middle of water plants in a pool. Sitting in
close proximity to the waterfall and listening to the resonance of rushing
water, it's hard to envision a more peaceful background. The Richmond Hill Inn
is a must visit place for anyone seeking a peaceful vacation hideaway, complete
with all the finest gardens to be found in North Carolina.

Wild Turkey Inn

One of the most unusual bed and breakfasts is found in historic Galena,
Illinois. This is a nature lovers delight. The Wild Turkey bed and breakfast
uses a farmhouse theme. Set on 26 acres of some of Illinois most scenic land.
Flocks of wild turkeys roost in the trees surrounding the farmhouse. The
neighbors are very quiet. Sitting on the back porch you can watch the deer and
many varieties of birds that live in the abundant trees and dine from the many
feeders below. The wild turkey is so passionate about the wildlife that its
three bedrooms are named after some of the local variety of birds.

On the first floor is the bluebird room. The three-piece Eastlake bedroom set
is adorned with a hand made quilt on the queen size bed. For convenience, there
is a private attached bath. Moving upstairs we find the Cardinal. One of the
more unusual features here is the fact that it can accommodate two or three
people since there is a twin bed in addition to the queen sized one. This room
is fully adorned with antiques. Like the bluebird it has a private bath just
one step outside the room. For a gorgeous view of the valley, step into the
Gold Finch room. All oak furnishings accent the queen-sized bed.

Relax on the deck or take your coffee to the screened in porch. After a hearty
breakfast, hike down to the pond and contemplate trying to catch some of the
big mouth bass or just take in the breathtaking view. For a real challenge,
there is always biking with through the hilly terrain, they even furnish the
bikes. During the summer months swimming is available at the pond or nearby is
a heated pool. This is horse country so nearby is Shenandoah riding center.

White Lilac Inn

The White Lilac Inn, built in 1880, is situated in a peaceful corner of Spring
Lake, New Jersey, just a stone's throw from Wreck Pond and four blocks from the
Atlantic Ocean. Guests can take pleasure in swimming, boating, cycling,
antiquing, golf and tennis or give up the hectic pace for quiet moments on one
hundred and eighty feet of verandas.

Built with a Southern accent, The White Lilac Inn has triple-tiered porches. It
is decorated in eclectic Victorian style. The Inns beautifully prearranged guest
rooms and suite, offer an assortment of amenities such as, fireplaces, double
whirlpool tubs, air conditioning and private porches.

Vermont Cabin is whimsical and fun and located on the third level. It has a
Queen size brass bed, private bath with shower, cable TV/VCR, ceiling fan,
central air and a cozy electric fireplace.

Gatsby's Getaway is situated on the third floor with winter views of the pond.
A silver-gray, black-white pallet adds to the Art Deco style. With both Queen
and twin beds, (there is room for a third person) TV/VCR, ceiling fans, central
air. Comfy swivel chairs sit by the fireplace. The private bath has a double
whirlpool tub, shower and even a mini fridge to chill your champagne.

The Victorian Treasure Suite is decorated in gentle hues of champagne and gold.
This two-room suite offers a queen size brass bed, cable TV/VCR, air
conditioning, private porch, two fireplaces and private bath with whirlpool and
shower.

The Room at the top is a wonderful tree-top hideaway with a Queen bed,
fireplace, whirlpool tub for two, sliding glass doors to a private balcony with
a view of the pond, cable TV/VCR, A/C, ceiling fan and a private bath with
shower.

Enjoy your stay in one of these or take your pick of the White Lilac Suite, The
Loft, Bonnie Brae or Jessica's Garden. Each is just as charming as the rest.

Twin farms

The New England states offer many fine bed and breakfast establishments. One of
the finest can be found in Woodstock, Vermont -- Twin Farms.

This 1795 country inn, set on three hundred acres of gardens, forests and
meadows, offers guests a restful retreat from their busy lives. Rates at this
establishment are totally inclusive of all meals, wines, and beverage and
recreation equipment. Activities include canoeing, swimming, fishing, tennis,
skiing and biking.

Guest rooms contain televisions and in room modem links. The grounds hold
exercise rooms, a sauna, Japanese furo tubs and a rec room. Outside you can
enjoy both cross-country and downhill skiing or take a day hike on one of the
hiking trails.

Guest can choose to stay in one of the four rooms within the two-story inn
itself or opt for one of nine cottages, each with its own unique details. One
of the favorites is the Log Cabin. This is an exemplary cabin (If log cabins
usually incorporated a beautiful dressing room, a sybaritic shower and a
stunning Rumford fireplace made of river rock).

Made of hand-hewn hickory and oak and decorated throughout with a whimsical dog
theme, this is a nineteenth century homestead turned romantic retreat. Local
artisans carved the twig work on the handsome cabinets and the granite
surfaces. The Cabin dogs, from paw print rug to the dog head finials on the
king size bed, offer comfort, grace and warmth in the peace of the pine forest

This is just one of the nine individually designed and decorated cabins
available. There truly is one for every taste. In addition to the cabins and
four rooms within the main building, Twin Farms offers two suites that can
accommodate two couples each. They will even help you arrange a house party if
you desire to have one.

The White Barn Inn

If you seek a luxury getaway where you can feel pampered constantly, look no
further than The White Barn Inn in Kennebunkport, Maine.

Twenty-five rooms are tucked away amidst this inn's lush greenery, which
includes perennial, herb and vegetable gardens. Each room includes continental
breakfast, afternoon tea and added touches of luxury such as fresh fruit, terry
robes, fresh flowers and CD players.

Some rooms feature fireplaces private whirlpools within the room. The
beautifully designed, natural stone and heated swimming pool at The White Barn
Inn & Spa features a reverse-edged waterfall to soothe guests and compliment
the Inn's tranquil environment You may enjoy your lunch beside the pool or
indulge yourself in a massage in one of the private cabanas set up there.

If you would rather enjoy more active pursuits, try your hand at the golf
course or use one of the complimentary bicycles or canoes to spend the day
exploring the area. Have the staff pack a picnic hamper and spend the day
outdoors. For those wanting extra pampering, there is a spa with a carefully
chosen selection of body wraps, massages and beauty treatment packages, your
Spa Director is also on hand to tailor make your personal journey into
revitalization.

Dinner itself adds to the luxury. Encompassing two restored barns dating from
1860's, the restaurant offers a rustic decor; candle lit crisp white linen
tables and the classic views from our floor to ceiling picture window. The menu
changes weekly and is a mixture of wild game and seafood.

The area of Kennebunkport, Maine, offers many activities-from beaches to
shopping. There are the maritime and trolley museums, art galleries and a
fabulous antique shop. This is the perfect setting for a honeymoon, whether it
is your first or second. Romance and pampering abound in the White Barn Inn.

The Inn at Perry Cabin

Located in charming St. Michaels, Maryland, is The Inn at Perry cabin. This
colonial mansion is perched along Metes River, a tributary to Chesapeake Bay.
Relaxing recreation options, including sailing, golfing and riding in
horse-drawn carriages, surrounds it.

All forty-one guest rooms are each individually furnished in its own particular
theme. English and early American antiques are elegantly offset by understated,
classic Laura Ashley fabrics and wallpapers. Luxury that is comfortable and
cozy with the atmosphere conducive to rest and unwinding. All rooms feature
television, VCR and cable, as well as modem links. A full breakfast is included.

There is an indoor pool, sauna and steam room for guests, as well as access to
massages and health club privileges. Tennis and golf courses are nearby. For
those who have their own boat, the Inn at Perry cabin offers docking space.

Places to visit nearby include Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, The Ward Museum
of Wildfowl Art, St Mary's Square Museum, the Country Comfort Farm, The Amelia
Welby House, Washington DC, Mount Vernon and Arlington National Cemetery Tours,
Bay Hundred Peninsula and the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. One of the
best things about the Inn at Perry Cabin is the abundance of gardens. The
grounds at The Inn at Perry Cabin have been cultivated for almost 200 years.
The circa 1816 hotel is even home to the state's oldest Holly tree. Dating back
to the early 1800's, the tree is located beside the front entrance and serves as
the official Christmas tree of St. Michaels. There are rooms which feature
gardens on their terraces and a kitchen garden from which the Inn's chefs
harvest fresh herbs daily. Throughout the grounds, visitors will discover a
greenhouse and several other gardens. There is even a complimentary course
given at times on how to create a lovely container garden. This is a popular
workshop.

The Homespun Inn

The Midwest is the breadbox of the world. It is also home to farmers and just
regular folk. Playing on that theme is the Homespun Country Inn located in
Nappanee, Indiana. The appearance of the all American Farmhouse is enhanced by
quarter-sawn oak in the entry and first floor common rooms. Stained glass
windows add a prism effect on sunny mornings. Each of the two parlors on the
main floor have an ongoing jigsaw puzzle or just select a book for some
relaxing reading. Making this inn unique are the guest rooms named in honor of
the original 1902 occupants.

Frank and Alma Brown's room is named after the original owners. A lavender and
sea foam green motif surround the queen-sized bed. The farmhouse look is
completed with the three drawer mirrored dresser. Also on the second floor is
Wilma Terwillinger's room.

The Browns niece's room has an adjoining private bath and a queen-size bed.
Even one of the lodgers taken in by the Brown's has earned a room. Miss
Allman's room is accented in blue. Schoolhouse memorabilia surrounds the
queen-size bed. Climbing to the third floor the Brown's granddaughter has lent
her name to Jodi's room. Apropos for a granddaughter, we find twin beds, a
private bath and a decor of mauve, blue and cream colors. Also on the third
floor is another granddaughter. Sally's room holds a queen-sized bed and a
pullout sofa. Each of the rooms is decorated with photos of the original
occupants.

Early risers are treated to coffee and flavored teas in the dining room. A full
breakfast is also served by candlelight at 8:30. Step outside and enjoy the
calming effect of the porch swing. This is Amish territory and not an uncommon
sight to see their horse and buggy's pass by. 

The Rhett House Inn

One of the most beautiful bed and breakfast establishments in South Carolina is
The Rhett House Inn, located in Beaufort, South Carolina. A film site for
several popular movies, this seventeen room, white pillared bed and breakfast
is wrapped in spacious verandas where guests can relax and take in lush garden
surroundings.

The beautifully restored 1820 plantation house is meticulously maintained,
filled with antiques, oriental rugs, fresh flowers and fireplaces. The property
borders the Intracoastal Waterway, and offers plenty of outdoor recreation. This
includes tennis and golf as well as various water activities such as swimming.

The Rhett House Inn offers full complimentary breakfasts and afternoon
refreshments. The room all offer televisions and VCRs and health club
privileges are available. Guest in July will be able to attend the annual Water
Festival in Beaufort. Not to be left out, those who happen to be around during
the month of October will be able to attend the Shrimp Festival. These are only
two of the activities this great area offers.

Today, tabby ruins, historic forts, elegant homes, majestic plantations and
Gullah culture and cuisine are reminders of Beaufort SC's 500-year history.
Horse-drawn carriages make their way leisurely through the narrow streets of
the historic region, one of only three National Historic Landmark Districts in
South Carolina and shrimps boats can frequently be seen gliding past Waterfront
Park with the day's catch.

All rooms in our Beaufort South Carolina Hotel have cable television, wireless
internet access, compact disc player, and private bathrooms equipped with hair
dryers and robes. Many of the rooms feature fireplaces, private balconies, and
jetted tubs. Guest rooms in the historic cottage have private entrances and
porches-perfect for a romantic getaway in South Carolina.

The Rhett House Inn in Beaufort, South Carolina, will definitely have visitors
experiencing southern hospitality at its finest.

The Railroad Inn

This country was built as the railroads made tracks across this country. Stop
by the historic Railroad inn in Essex, Iowa and be steeped in Railroad lore.
There are four guest suites with private baths. You'll even find a period age
claw foot bathtub. From the outside you will expect to be stepping back to the
past when the railroad was king.

The Railroad Inn is a restored 1902 hotel nestled on SW Iowa Highway 48. From
the outside it appears just as it did when it was first built, thanks to some
well done restoration. Each of the four rooms is a suite. In the Colonial
bedroom is the Jacuzzi and to really feel the times there is a claw foot
bathtub in the Rembrandt room. For the folk that like to just lounge, there are
a king sized bed with a lounge chair in the Hickory room. The Victoria Suite is
for the people that like to cook their own in the kitchenette. Feast upon a
delicious breakfast then stop over to the Bradley room to lounge around a cozy
fireplace.

This is where the west starts so it is to be expected that a good murder
mystery would be a part of your visit. You can talk over the subtleties of the
selected murder mystery while enjoying the local wine tasting or for the lover
in you, the chocolate tasting.

During your stay, enjoy the surrounding sites like the art galleries and
aquariums. This is a historic town so you can easily go home with suitcases
loaded down with antiques from the nearby shops. To complete your visit check
out the various historic tours that is offered. But there is so much going on
that you'll have to stop at the gift shop to take a memory home with you.

The Landmark Inn

Tis the dream of many to spend the night in a bank. Well that opportunity has
just presented itself via The Landmark Inn, in Oberlin, Kansas. The 1886 bank
of Oberlin has been converted into the modern bed and breakfast now called the
Landmark Inn. The name even celebrates two major events, the opening of the US
land office and the founding of the bank of Oberlin. Each of the rooms
celebrates a special landmark or person in Oberlin or Kansas history. Meals are
served in the teller room restaurant.

After the bank failed, the building became the county courthouse. In honor of
this, we have the Judges Chambers Suite. Mauve, green and purple wallpaper and
curtains surround the tall walnut queen-sized bed. A Victorian settee completes
the bedroom and a claw foot tub occupies the bath.

Named after the founder of the bank, the R.A. Marks Suite has a spoon carved
queen-sized bedroom set. There is also a vintage Murphy bed. Named after the
furniture style of the room, the Cottage Victorian Suite is filled with
stenciled pine furnishings.

The antique appearing gas fireplace lends its name to The Fireside Suite. Here
we find a full sized canopy bed and a bath covered with antique advertising
items. There is also a sitting room with Victorian furniture.

The Carriage house Suite is a two-room suite with a mission style queen-size
bed. The sitting room is adorned with wicker furniture and a second pull down
bed.

The Ad Astra Suite is so named because of the state motto, "To the stars
through difficulties." Fully handicap accessible, this room is done in blues
and mauves. Finally we have arrived at the Courtyard Suite. Here we find a
queen-size antique brass and cast iron bed. There is also a two person Jacuzzi
for gentle relaxing.

The Inn of Chagrin Falls

The Inn of Chagrin Falls in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, was built in 1927. It has
transformed, yet remained much the same, with restored fountains and beautiful
gardens. This bed and breakfast boasts fifteen different rooms for guests to
choose from.

The rooms come with their own private baths and telephone and cable service.
You can choose from a room with a queen sized bed, a queen sized bed and
fireplace, a king Sized bed and fireplace, or the luxurious room with king
sized bed, fireplace and Jacuzzi.

The Boardroom provides a confidential and only one of its kind location to hold
small meetings and warm dinners for up to twelve. The adjacent Gamekeeper's
Taverne will meet a diverse and inventive menu, extensive wine list and
top-notch service. State-of-the-art equipment including overhead projection
systems and Internet access are also part of this room. Each room what's more
includes a hair drier, iron and ironing board, cable television and free
wireless internet access. A continental breakfast will have you starting your
morning off full of energy and good cheer. Homemade cookies and bottled water
will make you feel pampered throughout your stay. The staff will in addition be
more than glad to help you arrange car service, make local dinner reservations
and set up floral deliveries. They are set to help accommodate small wedding
parties as well as family reunions and individual couples and families. For a
place with Victorian charm and comfort, yet not a lot of fuss, The Inn of
Chagrin Falls is the perfect place. You will feel pampered but not smothered;
welcome yet at home. The area is beautiful and you will find yourself enjoying
the quiet activities all within easy distance of The Inn of Chagrin Falls. This
is yet one more of Ohio's little known surprises.

XV Beacon

While Boston, Massachusetts has a variety of places t stay, none can compare to
that of XV Beacon. For guests who look forward to the utmost level of
hospitality and service from comfort hotels, Boston offers the just what the
doctor ordered place to stay experience at Fifteen Beacon.

Located in a 1903 Beaux Arts Building that juxtaposes cutting-edge technology
with astonishing Jeffersonian styling, Fifteen Beacon is a sophisticated
landmark hotel that combines first-class personal service with the intimacy of
a private residence. However, even Fifteen Beacon's panache cannot put in the
shade the Bostonian magnetism radiated in each of its 60 guestrooms. Its
history, romance and key location make Fifteen Beacon the perfect place to stay
for anyone visiting Boston.

Every hotel floor has seven guest rooms and contains either a two-room suite or
adjacent quarters that can be transformed into a two-room suite, so with the
intention of no two rooms being alike. Tennis and golf are nearby and each
guest enjoys health club privileges.

All guest rooms feature a functioning gas fireplace, a queen poster bed,
twenty-seven inch television, five disc CD player with CD library available, a
full minibar, working desk with dual line speaker phone, a cordless phone, DID
phone and fax lines as well as a color printer/scanner/fax machine.

Bathrooms contain a four- inch LCD TV, heated towel racks, made to order
bathrobes and slippers, spanking new bath amenities as well as rainforest
showerheads. Whirlpool tubs are to be had in the Traditional, Studio and Suite
room categories. Cribs are provided for those who request one. Breakfast and
the daily newspaper are also included for all guests.

No trip to Boston, Massachusetts can possibly be complete without a stay at the
wondrous XV Beacon, where history meets modern convenience. You will certainly
want to return again and again.

Wildflowers Farm

Situated in the heart of Kentucky's western Waterlands is Wildflowers Farm bed
and breakfast. Secluded within the oaks in a small valley, Wildflowers Farm is
on twenty wooded acres with the creeks almost coming up to the front door. This
is a birdwatchers paradise because of this natural wonderland of the forests,
creeks and natural preserve. Wildflowers Farm offers breakfast in your room
complete with candlelight ambience. The guest rooms reflect the natural country
living of the area.

The Treehouse Suite is located of course in the tops of the trees. Through the
French doors is the bath fit for the most regal of guests. Here you'll find,
under the chandeliers, a double Jacuzzi. The canopied bed and elegant
furnishings makes this ideal for your romantic getaway.

With an outside hot tub, Under the Oaks Suite boasts very luxurious
appointments. The decor is Roses and the view is stunning. The canopied bed
envelopes you in luxury fit for the most royal of visitors. The bath features a
large tiled and marble shower built for two. Select your favorite wine and enjoy
the great outdoors in the hot tub. Wildflowers Inn even caters to the nautical
side of life.

By the Sea suite overlooks the valley and is as spacious as a captains quarters
should be. The queen bed is under the vaulted ceiling and faces the floor to
ceiling windows.

Relax on the spacious front porch and watch the wildlife stroll past. Hike
through the woods and observe the vast variety of birds that call these woods
home. Rent a bike and glide through the trails and byways of the twenty acres
of wooded bliss. For the sports minded, Wildflowers Farm is only minutes away
from some of the best golf course this country has to offer. There are three
state parks within a twenty-minute drive. Wildernest Inn

Located high on West Virginia's Spring Mountain, twelve miles South of
Petersburg, Wildernest Inn is a special bed and breakfast.

Accommodations consist of six wonderfully decked out bedrooms each with private
baths, situated on the second floor. There is a sitting room and adjoining deck
with spiral staircase that brings you to the main deck below. The dining room,
great room, decks and bedrooms in the back of the Inn have outstanding westward
views overlooking the South Mill Creek Lake and the mountain ranges beyond.
Front rooms overlook forest where deer can often be seen.

Meals can be served inside or on the covered deck, where individuals are
capable of enjoying stunning sunsets and afterward pleasure in the
quiet/private hot tub beneath sparkling star-filled skies (towels and robes
provided).

For your comfort the Inn has air conditioning and heat and features ten-foot
ceilings, as well as skylights and hardwood floors throughout the first floor.
The Great Room has comfortable leather couches, rockers and recliners where you
are welcome to put your feet up, relax next to the fire with a book, look at
Direct TV, DVD or possibly take in the impressive views.

The Lodge situated nearby Wildernest Inn happily accommodates up to twenty
people and is air-conditioned and heated. Accommodations consist of seven
bedrooms, four with queen beds and three with queen beds and double bunks. The
Main Bedroom has a private bathroom with Jacuzzi tub, and there are two more
full bathrooms. The sitting room has comfortable sofas, large screen TV, VCR
and satellite TV. There is a fully equipped kitchen and dining room. A huge
recreation room with fireplace and pool table is easily "modified" to meeting
room. A roomy rear deck with comfy porch furnishings and grill is perfect for
those warm nights! There is furthermore a great sheltered pavilion for outdoor
activities.

The Turning Leaf Inn

Deep in the mountains of Southeastern Oklahoma is a mountain lake bordered by
national forests, state parks; clear running streams and the sort of seclusion
that has to be experienced to be accurately treasured. Beaver's Bend Getaways
is a gathering of privately owned top of the line cabins offering modern
amenities in relaxed settings and just minutes from outdoor fun! Tucked among
the cabins is The Turning Leaf Inn. The focal point of The Turning Leaf Inn is
a ample, relaxing rear porch, ideal for star gazing in the hot tub or enjoying
the splendor of the out-of-doors. A scrumptious breakfast served in your room,
at the table, or out on the deck is included. And to top it all off, homemade
desserts are delivered to your door in the evening.

Situated on a gorgeous wooded acre, only minutes from Broken Bow Lake and
Beavers Bend State Park, the Turning Leaf Inn is one of the most recent places
to stay alternatives in the area. Featuring two suites with king sized beds and
two standard rooms with queen sized beds, the Turning Leaf Inn offers comfort
and silence unlike anything you've experienced.

The Oak Suite brings a mix of reds, golds and browns and swirls them together
to generate an ambiance that invites you to stay a short time. The tall, dark
sleigh bed, private porch with a welcoming swing, and private bath with a
shower and Jacuzzi tub makes this just the place for a romantic couple's
getaway. The Oak Suite also boasts a private sunroom of its own with a luminous
gold snuggler chair and a tall bistro-style table for two.

The Pine and Willow Suites share a bathroom and are perfect for two couples or
family groups. Whether you are a couple looking for privacy or a family looking
for a cozy getaway, The Turning Leaf Inn has something for you. 

The Sunnyside Inn

The tiny town of Yakima, Washington, is home to The Sunnyside Inn. The
Sunnyside Inn Bed & Breakfast at the Fordyce House was built in 1919 by Dr.
W.E. Fordyce and his wife Ruth Waite Fordyce to serve as his office and
residence. Today, after extensive renovation, the Fordyce House continues its
history of service entertaining guests, making tired travelers at ease and
titillating the palates of guests with many Yakima Valley specialties.

The mixture of sunshine, irrigation water and rich volcanic dust has seen
Sunnyside and the vicinity about it turn into the "Fruit Bowl of the Nation" in
the production of agricultural foodstuffs. The excellence, amount, volume, taste
and color are unequalled.

Each of the thirteen rooms is attractively decorated in a warm country manner;
and each and every one has its own private bath along with color television,
phone, and daily maid service. Eight of the rooms feature double occupancy with
Jacuzzi bathtubs and are a grand place to sit back, unwind and chill out
following your day of fun in the sun. The Lola room features the original
fittings from this historical 1919 home.

In the morning you will discover a full country breakfast served in the dining
area, which includes muffins, pastries and fresh specialties chosen from the
plentiful harvest of the Yakima Valley. Take pleasure in things hot off the
griddle such as ham, bacon or sausage.

The Sunnyside Inn Bed and Breakfast is located where you can easily visit
famous area wineries, farms, orchards and historical sites and experience small
town eastern Washington life. There is much to see and do in the valley and you
may want to stay longer than originally planned: with nearby golf, tennis,
fishing, shopping and so much more to do, you will definitely be find small
town living boring.

The Riverwind Inn

Nestled in the scenic lower Connecticut River valley is The Riverwind Inn. Even
before stepping inside you will feel like you have stepped into our colonial
past. From its wrap around porch to the vine covered railings you almost expect
to see the emergence of the original patriots. Let's step inside to see what our
gracious hosts have to offer us.

Ascending the stairs to the third floor we come to the aptly named Moonlit
Suite. With a queen sized bed there is also a full sized bed in an alcove for
that occasional additional guest. There is even a sitting room and a double
Jacuzzi to add to the comforts. With its mahogany four-poster bed and colonial
furnishings the Champagne and Roses suite is ideal for the romantic side.

If your tastes run towards the classics, then Zelda's room is truly taken from
The Great Gatsby. This two-room suite features a brass queen sized bed. The
decor of rose hearts within a field of blue is found in the Hearts and Flowers
suite and is complete with the four-poster bed. Echoing our puritan beginnings,
twin four-poster double beds accent the Quilt room.

On the first floor we find the Willow Room with its white iron and brass queen
sized bed. Truly American is the Smithfield Suite with its red, white and blue
quilt on the high converted rope double bed. With wallpaper by Raymond Waites
and a collection of cottage country pine, the Harlow Suite is simple elegance.
The headboard of the queen-sized bed has painted panel insets that echo the
graceful floral motif of each corner of the room.

The Riverwind Inn provides a full complimentary country breakfast to jumpstart
your day of shopping and sightseeing. Located amid some of the most historic
parts of New England, the shops abound in the many small villages of the area.
There is also some very excellent theater nearby.

Red Canyon Lodge

Just outside Parowan, Utah, is a tiny, yet spectacular bed and breakfast, the
Red Canyon Lodge. They are situated just minutes north of Cedar City at the
foundation of Brian Head outside the town of Parowan and sit at six thousand
feet in elevation, in a gorgeous basin bordered by the Beaver Mountains to the
north and Brian Head Mountain to the east.

Red Canyon Lodge provides the amenities of now with the ambiances of an old
fashioned western Log Lodge. The accommodations all contain personal Jacuzzi
baths with shower and are warmed with forced air radiant heating. All rooms
have a great picture window with breathtaking view.

The Red Canyon Lodge has a Great Room that boasts a huge two-story masonry
fireplace, which you can sit by and take pleasure in. You can withdraw to the
library up in the loft area, which is just the thing for reading, playing board
games and puzzles or just sitting and enjoying the panoramic view.

Each morning between 8:30-9:30 am you will take pleasure in an entire country
breakfast and in the afternoons complimentary beverages and appetizers are
served in the roomy dining area. Visit the Great Room and unwind after your day
of visiting the conveniently located Southern Utah State and National parks and
monuments, nationally renowned Tony Award winning Shakespeare Theater or the
Neil Simon Festival or enjoy many events going on throughout the year in nearby
towns.

There is always something going on in the local area, including a nearby ski
resort you can visit for the day. The limited size of the Red Canyon Lodge
makes it feel like you are home, without the work that comes with being there.
Visit for the local activities or to get away from it all. Whatever the reason,
you won't be disappointed. 

Old School

The Old School Bed and Breakfast of Arnegard, North Dakota, is a unique place
to stay. It was one literally a schoolhouse. In 1963, due mainly to waning
enrollment, the county voted to close the high school. Elementary classes were
held at the school until 1976 when the school was closed for good. A small time
afterward, the building was deeded to the city of Arnegard. Some time after
that, the city deeded the building and a portion of the school grounds to a
group known as The Friends and Alumni of the Old School. During the period that
this group owned the facility, there was a roller skating rink, rural library
and meeting areas located within the building. It has undergone a great deal of
restoration and renovation for the purpose of housing a Bed & Breakfast. All
room offer a Jucuzzi whirlpool tub and Select Comfort Sleep Number beds. In
addition to the four room, Primary Grades, Lower Grades, Intermediate Grades
and Upper Grades, the Old School Bed and Breakfast offers a game room, library,
media room and reading room.

The small but intimate library contains in the neighborhood of five thousand
volumes with everything from textbooks, fiction and non-fiction dating as far
back as the late 1800's to a considerable assortment of paperback books. A good
number of the books will be available for you to read during your stay with some
of the more rare editions put behind glass for preservation. Some of these more
collectable books include all of the Dick and Jane readers along with the
teacher's editions. If you select a paperback to read and do not finish it
during your stay with please feel free take it with you and leave a twenty-five
cent donation so the inn can keep well stocked in paperbacks.





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