I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of staying in hotels when I have to travel. It’s bad enough that I have to be away from home, but…
The last time I stayed in one, an argument broke out in the hallway before moving to the parking lot. The next thing I knew, I heard blood curdling screams outside my window and then the building was surrounded by emergency vehicles.
Upon addressing the situation with the staff, they were completely uninterested in my concern and didn’t seem phased by what had just taken place.
Since then, I’ve been completely turned off thinking about lodging somewhere that has large groups of people. I’d much prefer to sleep soundly through the night instead.
Inns are so much better!
You don’t have to take my word for it; I’ll explain.
Large crowds of loud people are nonexistent
You can give credit to the fact that bed and breakfasts are only made to accommodate small numbers of guest at once. Typically, the capacity is about five guests.
Customer service is excellent
You don’t have to worry about “crazy” people. Most of the time the people running B&Bs are the owners of the house, and trust me, they don’t want that drama in their home. It will likely be nipped in the bud as soon as it starts.
Also, there are so little guests that the caretakers will know you by name, which makes for a more personal experience.
The breakfast is fresh
You don’t have to worry about mystery meat, hard biscuits, or a buffet that’s been sitting out all morning at an inn.
The breakfast is fresh and you can even make requests if you follow a certain diet.
Inns are all inclusive
Many hotels charge guests for every little thing. Fortunately for everyone, inns are much more accommodating and include things like Wi-Fi, television, bottled water, fresh fruit, free parking, and sometimes even spa services.
The fact alone that inns aren’t swarming with crowds of strangers is enough to make me want to choose B&Bs every single time! The other amenities are just added pluses.