from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A private residence, several rooms of which are set aside for overnight guests whose paid accommodations include breakfast.
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- n. Alternative spelling of bed and breakfast.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an overnight boardinghouse with breakfast
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Those disinclined to find a bed-and-breakfast are encouraged to camp for the duration, either in sanctioned campgrounds nearby or in one of the high-end "glamping" read: glamorous camping tents and tepees available onsite for a premium.
The couple said friends considered it a bed-and-breakfast, and squatters were a problem.
For the last 30 years, he operated one of six bed-and-breakfast inns in the town, down from 13 inns during the peak travel years.
When I recently visited her in Umbria, she was in the throes of turning a newly inherited property into a bed-and-breakfast.
Or perhaps I should say that it is for bed-and-breakfast lovers, since every recipe in the book has been shaped by a bed-and-breakfast from somewhere in the country.
I recently recognized an actor pretending to be part of a real-life couple investing in a bed-and-breakfast.
Mr. Moss began his career as Viking, delivering astonishing numbers and headaches before he was dealt to Oakland, a franchise that now operates as a bed-and-breakfast in Alameda, Calif.
It's a cozy bed-and-breakfast inside a renovated Art Deco mansion, with only five rooms.
She was talking about opening a bed-and-breakfast for swingers, she said.
Lighthouses on land are easier to maintain, and private buyers are fond of turning them into bed-and-breakfast destinations.