Innkeepers Offer Deals, Discounts to Help You Travel More

pointpleasantcroppedLooking to save money in 2011? 2012? Stay at an bed and breakfast! Save with coupons, specials and 50% off from participating member innkeepers. 

Innkeepers around the country are offering specials and even discounts to make it easier for their guests to keep traveling this season. 

Get 50% Off

bonAppetiteImage1aWe have contracted with more than 1,300 bed and breakfast inns to offer a Buy-One-Night-Get-the-Second-Night-Free Certificate. This entitles the holder of the certificate to a free second night, when they purchase the first night at the regular rate. The average savings is $150 per use.  How the certificates work: (1) The certificates are bound in a guidebook of participating inns. (2) You simply purchase the guide  (3)  Participating inns on this site display this special discount symbol  FN. To make a reservation using a certificate, call the inn and tell them you have an certificate for a free second night. They will check their availability.

This program really works!  customer testimonials. To date, travelers have used almost three million certificates!

Bottom Line: You’ll save anywhere from $99 to $650 on your next stay! Click here to order.

Deals and Specials

towersClick on the SPECIALS tab from the hompage to find current up to date and or last minute specials from innkeepers. This year we are seeing amazing packages, including a Wedding and Elopement all-in-one package for $1600.

Many innkeepers are posting Special Discounts in the listing section of each individual inn. So for instance, you might go to Eureka Springs and search through each individual inn’s listing to get to their “Special Discounts” section. These may only be available certain times of the year. Some innkeepers also will provide discounts for longer stays.

Fewer Dollars

pearsonspondOff-peak travel will save you a bundle. Generally, if you are traveling midweek or out of season for the area you wish to visit, you should be able to find a reduced rate. Most inns can easily book their weekends throughout the year. Sunday through Thursday nights when most people are on the job, there is less demand for their gorgeous rooms. (Hotels, on the other hand, often have a tough time booking weekends and an easier time filling midweek days because they cater to business travelers.)

Many inns give extras if you visit them during the off-peak times. This ranges from champagne to an upgraded room and to special theme packages. We will usually list those on the site or in our free e-mail newsletter. (You can subscribe to the free newsletter by adding your e-mail address to the box on the top right.)