Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Buenos Aires is the third largest city in South America, a sprawling metropolis offering travelers a rich history, eclectic culture of art, music and incomparable nightlife. Buenos Aires's identity lies in its 48 neighborhoods, each with its own character and history. The city has a European feel to it with city blocks filled with cafes and sophisticated shops. Tourist must-sees include the Plaza de Mayo, El Centro, San Telmo, La Boca, Palermo, and La Recoleta. Schedule time for a siesta to allow you a lengthy night out at a club, bar, or performance, or an evening of tango and visit one of the neighborhoods' outdoor arts-and-crafts and antique markets.
See their guide listing for booking information.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Spectacular Scenery of Switzerland's Jungfrau Region
Interlaken is located located 50 km southeast of Bern in central Switzerland in the Jungfrau Region; this area is one of the most popular travel destinations of the country. Famed for its spectacular scenery, including famous alps, mountain lakes, alpine streams, and wild flowers, the area offers endless outdoor activities, spas, history, shopping, dining, and nightlife. Area attractions worth a look include the town's Augustinian monastery, Schilthorn and the Allmendhubel by funicular, the waterfalls at Giessbach, and the open-air museum at Ballenberg.
Family Friendly Bed and Breakfast
Sunny Days Bed and Breakfast offers guests a friendly welcome and a family atmosphere. It's situated in a nice quiet location, just a 5 minute walk away from the center of Interlaken. Whether you're looking for an adventure holiday or just a relaxing few days break taking in the beautiful scenery, it won't take you long to realize you have found the ideal spot here in Interlaken.
The Bed and Breakfast has recently undergone a complete internal face lift. The rooms are fresh and colorful. On the south side of the chalet are bedrooms with a balconies each looking out onto the garden and the magnificent Jungfrau. All bedrooms have full bathrooms and cable TV. The breakfast room is also situated on the south side of the house.
The innkeepers are happy to help you plan your excursions, point you in the right directions for sightseeing or simply take an interest in making your stay with them in the Berner Oberland as memorable as possible, the whole year round.
See their guide page for additional details.
Monday, February 22, 2010
Visit One Of The Most Scenic Areas of Ontario
The town of Orangeville is situated less than an hour's drive from Toronto, Ontario, in one of the most scenic areas of Ontario. Bed and breakfast travelers will be delighted by the diverse range of outdoor recreational opportunities including fishing, biking, horseback riding, hiking, golfing, cross-country and downhill skiing. Explore Orangeville's Heritage District, delightful restaurants and unique shops, the Opera House, The Bruce Trail or see the area's sights while taking a trip onboard the Credit Valley Explorer Tour Train. The options are numerous to make this an unforgettable memory.
McKitrick House Inn is an
McKitrick House is furnished with fine antiques of the period and is located in Orangeville's Heritage District, just a stroll away from a myriad of restaurants, and shops. Artist studios, hiking, skiing, and golfing are only a short drive away.
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Beautiful Loire Valley
The region known as the Loire Valley is located in central France. This diverse area offers visitors sophisticated cities, wonderful food and wine, and spectacular scenery. The area has an abundance of historic chateauxs, historic towns, sleepy hamlets, seaside escapes for nature lovers, and more.
Medieval French Town
The medieval town of Loches is situated in the beautiful Loire Valley, just 25 miles (40 km) southeast of Tours in the hills of the banks of the Indre. It offers bed and breakfast travelers one of the most impressive castles of the Loire region, the Chateau de Loches. Other attractions include the Romanesque Collegiate Church of St-Ours, Valmer and Villandry gardens and the caves of Chinon, Bourgueil and Vouvray. Outdoor attractions within easy reach range from golfing to hiking and horseback riding to boating.
16th Century Luxury
The four double bedrooms are prettily decorated and furnished with family furniture and each have a bathroom with either bath or shower. All the bedrooms have a sofa and television, a coffee maker and a small fridge. There is also a laundry room with washing machine and ironing facilities if needed.
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Artist Village of Holualoa
The artisan village of Holualoa is nestled 1400 feet above sea level on the slopes of the Mount Hualalai on Hawaii's Big Island. The village is known for its rich history and culture and offers bed and breakfast travelers a multitude of galleries, shops, restaurants, artist studios, ukulele makers and boutiques featuring handicrafts. There are also a multitude of original coffee farms and just beyond the village fine sandy beaches for snorkeling, surfing and kayaking. Holualoa has an active community that celebrates with numerous events throughout the year including the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, the Music and Light Festival and the Ukulele Jam.
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Coast Town Near Acadia National Park
Bar Harbor is a coastal town set in the Downeast region of Maine. Bed and Breakfast travelers visit Bar Harbor for its stunning rocky coastline, quaint seaside resort village, and access to Acadia National Park. This area has a little bit of everything to suite any travelers needs. Bar Harbor is easily accessible by car from Boston 268 miles or by a local airport, the Hancock County Airport or Bangor International Airport located only 50 miles away.
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona sits at the northeast end of the Costa Brava, Spain's gateway to the Mediterranean. Barcelona has managed to combine the best in innovative contemporary culture with a rich history and tradition. It is filled with landmark buildings and world-class museums. These include the famed Church of the Sacred Family, the Picasso Museum, Las Ramblas, the famous tree-lined promenade cutting through the heart of the old quarter, the Casa Batllo and the National Museum of Catalonia. A half-hour flight east will land you on any of the Balearic Islands--fast-paced Majorca, rowdy Ibiza, or sleepy Minorca. Explore the Gothic Quarter, take part in the lively night life or visit the harbor of Port Vell. The possibilities are endless. So make sure your trip to Spain includes a visit to Barcelona where ibbp.com offers a variety of bed and breakfasts for every taste and budget. Here are just a few:
Willowmoon Barcelona Bed and Breakfast
Barcelona Bed and Breakfast aboard sailing boat. Peaceful, secure and finest location in Barcelona.
Ally's Guest House, a comfortable bed and breakfast with typical Catalan style is situated close to Metro and bus stations.
Beautiful Bed and Breakfast in Barcelona close to the gothic quarter and the beach with a nice swimming pool.
B&B friendly family homes, confortable and central, apartments and shared apartments for students at affordable prices
Pleasant guest house with 5 friendly rooms in Gracia neighborhood, close to the most important tourist sights.
Charming B&B of Barcelona. Central location in a peaceful and safe quarter. Each room with private bathroom and free use of the kitchen.
Monday, February 8, 2010
Friday, February 5, 2010
Oregon's Beautiful Rogue Valley
Ashland is a artist community set in Southern Oregon's beautiful Rogue Valley. Ashland is home to the Shakespeare festival, other smaller theater, shopping, galleries, and numerous world class restaurants. Outdoor enthusiasts will also enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities including hiking, biking, and skiing. It's close proximity to California and easy access via Medford's airport, make this an easy travel destination.
Historic Accommodation Offering Hospitality Excellence
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Bennington is a small New England village located in southern Vermont. The city itself is nestled between the Taconics and the Green Mountains; the Walloomsac River flows through the town. Its close proximity to New York state and Massachusettes, make this an easy gettaway for bed and breakfast travelers. Area attractions include skiing, snowmobiling, museums, craft shows, local theater, antiquing, and more.
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Alberta stretches from the Northwest Territories to the U.S. border of Montana. This portion of Canada offers visitors spectacular and diverse scenery with the Rocky Mountains, sprawling farmland in Alberta's heartland, and endless blue skies in Southern and Northern Alberta. Cities of note include Calgary, home to the Calgary Stampede, Edmonton, the provincial capital, and Alberta's mountain areas including Banff and Jasper.
Winter Sports in Jasper
Jasper is a resort town located in Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies. Travelers vacationing in this area can enjoy all winter sports and hiking, biking, rafting, golf, horse back riding in the Summer. The nearest major airport to Jasper is at Edmonton.
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Seaside Resort Town
Arromanches is a seaside resort town located in northwest France in the Normandy region. This city is a popular destination for those seeking a quiet holiday and those seeking to retrace the steps of the D-Day invasion (June 6, 1944). Area attractions includes Musée du Débarquement, which displays artifacts, photographs, and film footage related to the invastion.
Renovated 1870 house
Chez Mounie Bed and Breakfast is a renovated 1870 house, 200m from beaches , with a separate entrance for guests. The accommodation offers three guest rooms or an apartment that can accommodate two to eight guests. Breakfast is provided each day.