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Get the Most Out of Your Vacation – Stay at a Bed and Breakfast

If you are looking for comfortable and affordable accommodations during your relaxing escape to Buena Vista, consider staying at a bed and breakfast. From personalized service to delicious food, there are many reasons to choose bed and breakfast lodging in Buena Vista Colorado.

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Usually, when choosing vacation lodging, you have to choose between comfort and cost, but not when you book a locally run bed and breakfast. Here are three of the greatest benefits you can enjoy at a B and B.

  1. The most bang for your buck When you stay at a hotel, you don’t get much for your money. On top of paying a per-night fee, they tend to slap on all kinds of additional charges, some of which you don’t even know about until you check out. When you stay at a bed and breakfast, however, you get a cozy room in addition to a variety of free amenities. Most B&Bs now offer complimentary Wi-Fi, free parking, all the snacks you can eat, and a delicious home-cooked breakfast.

  2. Unique rooms The bedrooms at most bed and breakfasts are individually decorated, each one with its own style and character. Some rooms even have themes. Buena Vista, meaning “Beautiful View,” was founded in 1879, and you can bet that your room will have a balcony or window view to write home about. The area is well-known for its 120-plus years of history and many of its buildings date back to the 1880s. Who knows, you could end up staying in a room with a fascinating history.

  3. Superior customer service At a large chain hotel, the staff can be cold, careless, and too preoccupied to attend to your specific needs. Bed and breakfasts are usually owned and run by individuals who have a more hands-on approach to managing their lodgings. Because the accommodations are smaller and more intimate, management is able to give you the attention you need as well as the privacy you crave.

Buena Vista is one of the main gateways to fun and recreation in the 1,109,782 acres San Isabel National Forest and the 148-mile long Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area. No matter what activities you choose to enjoy during your stay with us, you will be glad to get a good night’s rest at a local bed and breakfast when the day is done.


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