Bed and Breakfasts are often contained within standard houses. Sometimes you might find that people with a couple of spare rooms create a B&B to make extra income. They’re usually quite cozy, and food comes as part of your standard room tariff. In most circumstances, B&Bs offer the cheapest form of accommodation. However, the rooms are rarely of the same quality you might find in a hotel or guest house.
To better describe the differences between those three forms of accommodation, it would make sense to create a scale. The rane should run from “cheap and low-quality rooms” to “expensive and high-quality places to lay your head.” Right at the bottom of that scale, you will find most B&B establishments. Hotels are at the top, with guest houses in the middle.
Having said that, it all comes down to the type of experience you want to enjoy. Some people think the upmarket luxury of most hotels leave them lacking human interaction. They also believe that some B&B places are too small to provide enough comfort. That is why guest houses have become a top choice with most travellers these days. They’re large enough to feel like a hotel, but you don’t lose the friendly atmosphere you might encounter in a B&B.
Sometimes the personal touch goes a long way – and that why we think people keep coming back for more.