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The Wisconsin, Washington and First Timer Way To Stay
We know that there are many travelers who have never been to a B&B. While the research shows that a whopping 70+ percent say they want to try an inn or B&B, hotels or motels come to mind first and B&Bs simply don’t cross their minds when deciding where to stay. We know that a number of travelers also fear inns and B&Bs as doily-filled places overflowing in dolls with googley eyes and teddy bears.
Fear not. Today’s inns and B&Bs are out to bust long held myths about doilies and teddy bears. Doily Decision 2012 is designed to show travelers that there’s a B&B for everyone – those who are Pro Doily and those who are Doily Free. While the selling point for inns and B&Bs is the very eclectic styles they portray, that difference in décor and character is the very thing some travelers fear.
The Wisconsin B&B Association has done a great job of busting myths with their Frequently Asked Questions and Answers. B&B Newbies might consult their FAQs, whether they are looking for an inn or B&B in Wisconsin or Washington! Everything from what to do with the kids to how to handle cancellations is covered here.
Looking for your own Doily Free B&B or a Doily Driven B&B? Visit www.BetterwaytoStay.com and click on any state on the map to see a list of inns and B&Bs who’ve signed up for both parties. In Wisconsin, for example, the Scofield House B&B in Sturgeon Bay is happy to say they are Doily Proud, while the Pinehurst Inn in Bayfield and the Hamilton House in Whitewater are both Doily Free.
Stay tuned for more ideas on Pro and No-Doily inns. Meanwhile, if you’re still working on answering the question “To B or Not to B&B?” click here to learn more. Most of all, be sure to go to http://www.betterwaytostay.com/doily-campaign/ and cast your vote for Doily Proud or Doily Free or visit us on Facebook to vote there.
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