The 5 best Bed & Breakfasts in the USA

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When you travel throughout the United States, you have several options for where you want to stay. There are the luxurious all-inclusive golf resorts, or you can choose a week in a rustic chalet in the Alps. Maybe a hostel in a thriving city is more for you. But it is the classic bed-and-breakfasts, which you will find in large and small offers, which offer a completely unique experience. These places often have a lot more character and their size makes for a more intimate experience. Some have exciting themes, while others simply take advantage of their vintage and rustic roots. The best part? You can find them in every corner of the country.

Sylvia Beach Hotel

Located in Newport, Oregon, this bed and breakfast offers a trip to the coast with an interesting twist. Each of the 21 rooms has its own theme, ranging from JK Rowling to Jane Austen. In their restaurant you can enjoy a delicious meal with family or strangers. Just keep in mind that the Pacific Northwest isn’t exactly known for its warm waters and fun in the sun, but rather a quiet place to take coastal walks with a delicious cup of coffee.

The Gastonian

This is definitely for the romantics among us. Located in the sleepy and sleepy South and adjacent to Savannah, Georgia’s beautiful Forsyth Park, this historic bed-and-breakfast boasts Italian-style mansions. Built in 1868, it’s definitely on the older side for American architecture. Immerse yourself in the rich culture with haunted city tours or plan a vow renewal with your significant other.

Antigua Inn

Take a trip to the Southwest and discover the joy of the heat while eating authentic New Mexican food. Located just off the historic Plaza in downtown Santa Fe, the Antigua Inn is known for its arts, culture and activities. Everything from hot air balloon rides to fly fishing to cooking classes can be tried in this beautiful location.

Shinn Estate Farmhouse

Although many think of the hustle and bustle of The Big Apple when you say New York, there are many different locales found throughout the state. Former NYC restaurateurs invite guests to spend the night in wine country just two hours outside of New York on Long Island. Check out the breakfast, which comes with local bread and homemade granola. Not surprisingly, the wine list is quite large for this winery bed-and-breakfast.

The Inn at Cedar Crossing

The middle of the US has a bad reputation as “flyover country”, but the truth is that there is a lot of beauty here. The Inn at Cedar Crossing is located inside a historic building that once housed a tailor shop, an apothecary and a doctor’s office in the 1800s, giving it a truly luxurious feel. The carved dark wood and the damask wallpaper transport you back in time. However, you will not miss out on the modern facilities. For meals, try the adjacent Cedar Crossing Restaurant & Bar or explore Sturgeon Bay.

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