Thursday, February 3, 2011

The Inspected and Approved Bed and Breakfast Experience

IF you are ... Looking for a great weekend getaway  experience that is close to home then look for a near by Bed and Breakfast Inn.  But, when you do, choose a superior, inspected and approved Bed and Breakfast Association of Alabama (BBAA) member inn 


L to R: Lillie Hardy, Earl Hardy, Ben Hightower, Mary Hightower , Betty Maloney,  Beth Melling, Richard Mixon, Joann Frazier, John Wachtel, Alex Cox, Carmen Day, Darrell Finley
WHY: Meet the 2011 BBAA Board (pictured). The primary purpose of this great group of folks is to set high standards and assure all member bed and breakfast inns comply and maintain these standards.  BBAA member inns are regularly inspected and approved to ensure your stay will always be "just what you are looking for."

Where: With the economy keeping most of us closer to home,  Alabama's Bed and Breakfast Inns provide a great place for that weekend escape or romantic hideaway where you are sure to be pampered.  Spread throughout Alabama, there is likely to be a BBAA inspected/approved inn within an hour's drive from your home.

What: Great hospitality, unique comfort, a step back in time, time to recharge. The seasoned bed and breakfast guests often use such terms to describe the Bed and Breakfast experience.  For the novice among us, there are special memories to be made.

Your Challenge:  Become a part of  the bed and breakfast community, choose an inspected and approved inn and create a memory that will stay with you for a lifetime.

Have a blessed Day.

Betty Maloney
Longing For Home Bed and Breakfast
"A State of Mind, A Place of Grace, A Way of Life*"
* Taken from the book, How to be a Better Southerner by Carolyn Kent.

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