Archive for the 'Bed-Breakfast-Inns' Category

New Forest Bed and Breakfast Good Value Holidays in Tough Times

By Wendy Rydzynski New Forest Bed and Breakfast accommodations can be found in a number of villages across the region. These villages include Brockenhurst, Lymington, and Lyndhurst. If you’re looking for somewhere to escape the hustle and bustle of traditional tourist traps, the New Forest in the south of England might be a good choice. […]

7 Things You Should Know About Booking a BandB in Ireland

By Mairead Foley ยท B&B’s are a family run business. For that personal touch and a feeling that you are in a home away from home, they’re a fantastic option. Experience how the whole family contribute to the smooth running of the B&B. From the biggest to the smallest each is an essential cog in […]

Thunder Bay Bed and Breakfast Could it Be the Best Kept Travel Secret?

By Sherry L Harris Are you completely burned out from work, family, everyday stresses of life? Are you so wired you can’t sleep at night because of all of your anxieties? Well, instead of taking another type-A vacation where you see 10 cities in 10 days tours and you come back home more exhausted than […]

Stay in a Bed and Breakfast in Shropshire When You Come to Britain

By Tony Lucas Shropshire is one the loveliest of the western counties of England. A bed and breakfast stay is one of the best ways to see the attractions and sights of this lovely area. Many bed and breakfast properties are available in all regions of the county. Shropshire also abbreviated as Salop is in […]

Bed and Breakfasts Dont Go Without Reading This!

By Gina E Clark Bed and breakfasts are a wonderful choice for a romantic getaway or vacation. They are known for courteous hosts, services, amenities and breakfasts. Generally bed and breakfasts are individually owned, and therefore vary greatly. This makes it especially important to do your homework before choosing a bed and breakfast. Here are […]

Cornish Mining

By Harriet Keilthy The geography of the Cornish landscape provided Cornwall with the unique opportunity of mining for minerals and ore. The Cornish geological structure is made up of a plentiful supply of tin, copper, lead, iron, zinc and even a small amount of silver. Often when people visualise mines they think of long tunnels […]