Archive for February, 2010

Two More B&B Myths to Dispel

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Time to dispel a B&B myth or two.  First, there’s this notion that innkeepers hover. Not true. They are there when you need them, but otherwise keep busy behind the scenes while respecting your privacy. Just like the best five-star hotels. Myth #2: You have to eat breakfast at a communal table. The answer in many cases is no.  Some inns offer in-suite breakfast delivery like Otter Creek Inn in Eau Claire, while others like Honeybee Inn in Horicon have separate tables in their dining room that are nice for two-somes and small groups of friends who want to make the most of every minute they have together.

Performing Arts Season Is Music To B&Bers Ears

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Seems some of our innkeepers believe in the sound of music to soothe the weary traveler.  There’s a Jazz Brunch at Fountain Chateau B&B in Hustler.  A regular sing-along to benefit local charities at the Audubon Inn in Mayville.  And on-site concerts at the Parsonage B&B in Madison and Tufts’ Mansion in Neillsville. In Green Lake, Miller’s Daughter B&B partners with a local historic opera house for overnight packages.  If you’re heading out of town for a show or concert, check out a local B&B.  P.S. No need to sing for your breakfast at any of our member inns.