10.23.21 Pennsylvania Bed & Breakfast Inns


“WAKING UP NEVER FELT BETTER – IF YOU’RE STAYING OVERNIGHT AT A PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATION OF BED & BREAKFAST INNS”

Everyone is traveling again – and drive to getaways have never been so popular.

If you’re looking for a romantic getaway ; perhaps an outdoor adventure – or a road trip taking in all the Keystone State has to offer, rest assured…and wake up in a better state at a Pennsylvania Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns.

PABBI was formed in 2012 and currently has 110 members and the second largest number of B&B’s in the country, with only California having more.

To become a member of PABBI, every B&B or Inn must have 2 to 27 rooms, serve a full course or continental breakfast included with the price of the room and operate their properties as legitimate and legal businesses.

Rose Mape, PABBI Executive Director ; Carl Kosko, Innkeeper “Inn & Spa at Intercourse” and PABBI Board Chair – and Robin Stauffer, Innkeeper “Pheasant Field Bed & Breakfast and PABBI Board Member - will be my “Let’s Talk Travel” in studio guests this Saturday morning, October 23 from 11am til noon on NewsRadio WHP580.

If you think staying at a B&B or Inn is similar to staying in an old fashion, musty room with a shared bathroom – think again. This is definitely not Grandma’s boarding house!

For all PABBI information and to learn more about B&B/Inn members, go to PAInns.com - for updated and new road trip itineraries throughout Pennsylvania, go to VisitPA.com.

**If you ever thought about becoming an Innkeeper, PABBI is hosting a Keystone Innkeepers Assembly November 15-16, 2021 at the Wyndham Garden in Boalsburg, near State College. For all info, go to: www.painns.com

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