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Tips for affordable B + Bs

If you want to stay in a bed and breakfast but you don’t want to break the bank, there are some great options for under $150 a night. The following is a list of five fabulous bed and breakfasts that are right on the money and also offer plenty of activities.
Solvang Garden Lodge (Solvang, Ca.) For both the wine lovers and adventurers at heart, Solvang Garden Lodge offers a serene lodge-style atmosphere nestled among vast gardens and natural waterfalls. Located in the Santa Ynez Valley, this B + B is right next to more than 75 different wineries. Starting at just $119 a night, Solvang has plenty of guest activities once the wine tasting is over. Guests can relax by the pool, take a dip in the hot tub, or go on daily-guided bike tours through wine country and the surrounding valley areas.
Coombs House Inn (Apalachicola, Fla.) This coastal B + B is located in the heart of Florida’s “forgotten coast.” Don’t be fooled; Coombs House Inn is sure to be an unforgettable experience. The house, which is a mansion built in the early 1900’s, is rustic, romantic and unique. If guests grow tired of the Southern-style breakfasts and gorgeous coastal views, the Inn will pack a free lunch so visitors can take advantage of the nature hikes right outside the back door. Starting at $119 a night, it’s natural beauty at a bargain.
River House  (Rockford, Ill.) Situated on the banks of the Rock River, River House Bed and Breakfast is ideally located in what’s considered “The Forest City.” And, lush, tranquil forests aren’t the only thing this getaway has to offer. Starting at $109 a night, Rock House offers guest amenities like personal Jacuzzis, private retreat suites for couples and even a nightly murder mystery dinner theatre show for who-done-it fans.
Atlantic Birches Inn (Old Orchard Beach, Maine) This Victorian style B + B is a New England favorite that has stood the test of time. Built in 1903, Birches Inn is perfect for the couple that just wants a little privacy or families that want to experience some of the history the area has to offer. Modestly priced at just $100 a night, this Inn is within earshot of Portland, Maine’s historic Old Port district, beautiful lighthouses and breathtaking shorelines. The Inn’s breakfasts are homemade and on the house.
Bentwood Inn (Jackson Hole, Wyo.) If it’s high-country adventure you’re looking for in a B + B, look no further than Bentwood Inn. Mountain views, winter skiing and romantic lodging are all part of this alpine retreat with rooms starting at just $150 dollars a night in the off-season. The Bentwood Inn is within close proximity to the National Elk Refuge, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone National Park, which makes Bentwood a bed and breakfast and outdoor paradise rolled into one.
As you can see, staying in a unique and charming retreat doesn’t have to break your vacation budget.
About the Author: Adam Groff is a freelance writer and creator of content. He writes on a variety of topics including travel, billfloat and family.


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