A bed and breakfast is certainly a good option if you are looking for a place to stay during a romantic weekend, honeymoon or when you just want to be looked after and pampered. These inns are in most cases very nice because they often have a personal touch in different ways than the standard motels and hotels. The hostels are known to have one on one services and a great breakfast. Having been hosted in various B & B inns across the country, I am still disappointed as I have always enjoyed the short stays at the inns. Some of them were very small and had only one or two rooms, while others were larger. One thing I can say for sure is that they all had one thing in common and that there was a friendly and warm service from polite staff who did everything to make my stay a great experience.
What to expect  It is advisable to always ask questions regarding room information, such as the number of beds and the size of the room, when reserving. Sometimes a "single" can refer to a single bed or a room with a double bed. A "double" can refer to a double bed or twin beds.
The bathrooms can be anything from a small room with only a shower, toilet and sink to two separate rooms with a separate shower and toilet. In many cases, the reason for these often strange configurations is the fact that some inns are old houses that are inns and some have no introductions, so they were added just as space was created. In some cases you will find an inn with a shared bathroom and for those who do not like sharing; it may be worth the extra cost to have a room with its own built-in bathroom.
In most cases you will not find telephone or TV facilities in traditional bed and breakfasts. Some have these facilities usually in a central area where they are accessible to all guests. In the technology-driven world of today, this may not be such a big inconvenience, as many people own smartphones and travel with their laptops.
One of the advantages of staying in an inn is eating. This is mainly because in most cases they have very fresh food, from muffins, eggs and even fruit. The inns are proud of the fact that they can offer the freshest meals made in style. It is nevertheless important to ensure that the inn you book in offers your kind of preferred food, whether it is a full breakfast with bacon, eggs, pancakes or French toast or even a continental breakfast (cereals, coffee, pastries). 19659002] Other considerations
You may have to ask about payment when booking, but most bed and breakfast inns accept cash and all major credit cards. There is always a chance that they will not accept checks or credit cards, so it's always good to ask in advance.
As far as cancellations and deposits are concerned, you will find that some hostels require at least one deposit of one night. In some cases you can lose your deposit if you cancel prior to your stay. Make sure you are well informed about the policy related to this issue when making reservations. There is also a policy in some hostels that may require you to book more than one night during the weekend.
It is always good to ask for age restrictions that apply in case you are traveling with children. Some hostels prefer to have older children as guests, unlike younger children who make a lot of noise.
Pets: most B & B's do not tolerate pets, but a limited number can be in order with a few small and well-behaved pets.
Smoking: Most bed and breakfasts have policies against smoking while they are in their buildings and in some cases will even charge an additional fee for cleaning the room if they discover smoke in your room.
A B & B can really make your travel experience relaxing and unique, while at the same time creating that homely feeling. Whether you are on a business trip or on vacation, you should consider trying out this B & B.