Top 5 B&B in US

Today’s post will showcase the top 5 bed and breakfast in USA. They have been selected and awarded by none other than These inns are selected by 3 judges coming from 3 reputable websites. They are Caroline Morse, senior editor at SmarterTravelStirling Kelso, freelance travel writer and editor, and Robert Firpo-Cappiello, editor in chief at Budget Travel.

Manor House Inn


This Diamond Collection B&B set within walking distance of Acadia National Park earns guests’ praise for its very convenient location and impressive amenities. According to one traveler, “The inn was immaculate! We enjoyed the refreshing afternoon snacks while sitting in the sun on the wrap-around porch adorned with those nice decorative outdoor screens.”

Gosby House Inn, a Four Sisters Inn


“The hotel is walking distance from most points of interest, including the aquarium and Fisherman’s Wharf. This is a fantastic B&B and a great place for exploring Monterey,” writes a guest. Gosby House Inn is a Victorian property set on the Monterey Peninsula, just a few blocks from the ocean. Rooms have private balconies, working fireplaces and water views.

Inn at Ullikana


You’ll find Inn at Ullikana on a private garden-covered terrace overlooking the Atlantic, not far from Acadia National Park. “The inn itself is stunning, with extreme attention to detail,” writes a reviewer. “Guests are encouraged to make use of the property and mingle with each other over decadent breakfasts, and wine and cheese in the back patio or on the garden overlooking the harbor.”

Inn at Old Virginia


Travelers to the Shenandoah Valley will fall in love with the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain views, vaulted ceilings and multi-course breakfasts served in a glass conservatory. According to a past guest, “This is probably the best B&B that we have ever stayed at. [We loved the] Sleep Number Bed, sound machine and lots of extras in the bath. [It was] lovely dining in the conservatory.”

Carson Ridge Luxury Cabins


Carson Ridge Luxury Cabins are nestled in the Columbia River Gorge, where outdoor activities abound no matter the season. “It was a winter wonderland!” writes a reviewer. “There was already about 2 ft. of snow on the ground and 6-8 more inches fell overnight.

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