Inn the news July 16, 2012

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Historic North Carolina mountain lodge reborn
Fox News
"We could have made this like a bed and breakfast, you know, and frou-frou and cutesy and put, you know, 24 pillows in every room and put chintz on chintz, and cute little knickknacks and gewgaws all over," Irace says. "If we did that, we would have to ...
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@Home with: Amanda Crames and her eclectic style
Albany Times Union
AL. Glamorous touches add personal pop at the Mauer's home. (). Glamorous touches add personal pop at the Mauer's home. Sink in the home of Susan Phemister of Amsterdam, owner of Castle Bed and Breakfast. (). Sink in the home of Susan Phemister of ...
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7-million-mile family shares travel secrets
CNN
It turns out the leprechaun's sister owns a bed and breakfast! "Guess where we stayed that night?" The Disbergers have even popped across the Pacific to enjoy a weekend in Australia. That's right, 30 hours on the ground in Sydney sandwiched between 50 ...
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California B&Bs Offer Classes for a Unique and Fun Vacation Experience
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
In Paso Robles, Carriage Vineyards Bed and Breakfast offers an introductory course for aspiring vignerons. Taught by viticulturalist Larry Smyth, Grape Ed 101 is an hour-long, hands-on course in how to create and maintain a vineyard or olive orchard.
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Council postpones zoning ordinance changes
Daily Northwestern
City residents and council members debated approving an ordinace that would modify regulations for bed and breakfast establishments in Evanston at the city council meeting Monday. Before the council began to discuss the ordinance, several Evanston ...
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Raven Ridge mountaintop B&B soon to reopen
TriCities.com
Local resident Bill Wasserman bought the property, Raven Ridge, which Kennedy and his wife, Alona, operated as a bed and breakfast.
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Join the Winfield 'haunt hunt' July 30
Winfield Daily Courier Online
Ken Elliott, owner of Winfield's Iron Gate Inn, built in 1885, has asked Darin Peterson and his Moonlit Ghost Hunts to explore this local bed-and-breakfast, and you're invited. “This is not a ghost tour or haunted house,” Elliott said, “and it's not ...
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Picking cherries at Orchard Inn
Yakima Herald-Republic
Nicholas Jim, 10, reaches high to pick cherries at the U-pick cherry orchard around the grounds of the Orchard Inn Bed and Breakfast on Pecks Canyon Road in Yakima, Wash. Saturday, July 15, 2012. (ANDY SAWYER/Yakima Herald-Republic) Jim, who ...
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Mudslide closes Crown King's main road again
KTAR.com
Taryn Denyce runs the Bradshaw Mountain Bed and Breakfast and said the fire cost her $20000 in business and the weekend weather just adds to the problem. "I get calls asking are you still on fire? No, please come back. And then there's the rain. I ...
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I went to the website of the property in the first post. No phone number, no address, no city or even what state they're in! I think they need to spend some of that money fixing the website! The only place you can find that information is on their 'contact' page.

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 I saw that line, that was why I wanted to post this! It made me chuckle. Someone needs to come up with a song with those words in it about innkeeping.  It could be a parady of another song, that fits the beat!

I just want to say "What's wrong with gewgaws?"  What ARE gewgaws? haha

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frou-frou and cutesy and put, you know, 24 pillows in every room and put chintz on chintz, and cute little knickknacks and gewgaws all over,"

None of which would have cost $500,000. Nuff said.

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