Moon Over Maine is a beautiful, historic, cape-style home in Ogunquit, Maine, constructed in 1839.
Each of our rooms is uniquely decorated in a modern-style, offering high quality beds and linens, flat screen televisions, and private bath. Some of our guest rooms also offer deck access and have their own private entrances.
Moon Over Maine Bed & Breakfast is in the middle of Ogunquit, half a block from boutique shops, great local restaurants, and gay clubs and bars. We’re also only five minutes from the beach! Leave your car with us and walk to everything.
On northern edge of Massachusetts’ Cape Cod, between sea and sand, you’ll find Provincetown – a vibrant, gay friendly New England village. Provincetown is a unique, lovely place, with the warm sands of Race Point and the shimmering reflection of autumn sunsets over Provincetown Bay.
Christopher’s by the Bay, a Provincetown bed and breakfast, is in the heart of this historic Atlantic harbor town, in a beautiful mid-nineteenth century home on a quiet street.
We’re close to everything – get out and explore the east end art galleries, or take the short bike ride to Herring Cove beach. Or stay in and relax with a good book in our quiet, beautiful garden.
Our house has a long history. It has been home to school teachers, artists, fishermen and sea captains. Many of Provincetown’s records were destroyed in a fire in the 1920’s, but more recent records show that it has been an inn since the ’70’s. It was originally called the Swanberry Inn, then Carpe Diem. The Inn has had the current name, Christopher’s by the Bay, since 1999.
Burch Street Casitas was built in 2005, and offers a convenient in-town Taos location – walk to everything, from the Historic Taos Plaza to the Kit Carson Museum.
Our Taos vacation rental cottages offer the ideal New Mexico vacation rental.
At Burch Street Casitas, we offer four cozy 550 square foot casitas, offering beautiful southwestern style architecture in a private setting. We’ll supply everything you’ll need but the food!
Our Taos Casitas are in the heart of “Canyon”, an historic Taos neighborhood just a mile and a half from Carson National Forest. The area is well-known for its great outdoor activities – hiking, biking, and fishing.
Welcome to Pikes Peak Paradise, a central Colorado B&B with fantastic panoramic views of Pikes Peak and a million acres of Pikes National Forest. We offer the best views in the Pikes Peak area, on over four wooded acres of our own.
Ron and Michael have renovated our Pikes Peak boutique B&B with imported euro-modern furnishings, and their own beautiful collection of fine art. The property offers five updated guest suites with luxurious 1000-1200 thread-count linens, plush down pillows and comforters, duvet covers, Egyptian cotton towels, and Soybu Robes.
In addition to our great gourmet breakfasts, we also provide snacks and soft drinks all day long, dessert in the evening, and a four hour complimentary happy hour with beer and wine!
Our Pikes Peak B&B is just forty minutes drive from Colorado Springs Airport, and a two hour drive from Denver International.
Pikes Peak Paradise is also the perfect place to get married, with Pikes Peak and the national forest as your backdrop. Our Pike’s Peak wedding venue can hold up to fifty people for your wedding day, and we are happy to help you customize your day to fit in your budget and your needs. Please call or email us for our Guest Guide, as well as more details and photos of the venue. Our facility charge includes table and chair set-up, table linens, and napkins, and dinner settings.
By any measure, Black Walnut Point on Maryland’s Tilghman Island is unique. A private gate and a half-mile drive through fifty seven acres of bird sanctuary leads you to a natural paradise and our six-acre island of lawn.
As the sun rises over the Choptank River and sets over the length of Chesapeake Bay, you’ll enjoy sea breezes, ocean waves and endless gorgeous water views.
Our property is chock-full of wildlife – a pair of nesting eagles, osprey and black ducks, migrating butterflies, water fowl and singing birds. You may even see dolphins, skates and schools of bluefish out on the bay. And the back dock, looking out over the cove, is the perfect place to watch the herons fish.
At night, our Maryland sky is full of stars, another surprise of nature, making Black Walnut Point a quiet, secret, peaceful place just an hour by car from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
Fire Island Pines is the gay playground of local New Yorkers. In recent years this small gay community has become a destination even international travelers are adding to their lists. The Pines and Cherry Grove are two neighboring hamlets which comprise the gay area of Fire Island. Popular for an enchanting village feel, expansive beaches and wild nightlife, you can always count on a fantastic getaway here.
A historic gay community, Fire Island Pines is known as one of America’s first gay neighborhoods. It was traditionally an enclave where the LGBT community could express themselves freely, away from mainstream NYC. Gay life certainly continues to thrive here today. Each summer weekend, droves of jubilant gay men arrive by ferry, excited to socialize, enjoy the beach and party all night.
Fire Island Pines and Cherry Grove are so popular, that these remote towns even have their own gay clubs (yes, one each)! Glorious underwear parties and poolside gatherings are regular events in The Pines. Before the nightlife begins though, everyone gathers for drinks in the center of town at Low Tea.
Finding Fire Island Pines Rentals
Here in The Pines, quaint boardwalks connect large, beautifully designed summer homes. Many of these houses are enormous, easily containing 7-10 bedrooms. Additionally, Fire Island’s enormous popularity means booking a place to stay can be a little pricy. There’s a ton of demand and a fixed number of homes, so the sooner you can book something, the better price you’ll get.
Lastly, renting a place to stay in The Pines or Cherry Grove is done in an unconventional way since different groups of vacationers often share houses. There are special ways to find individual rooms or floors of a house, too. Not to worry, I can show you exactly how to go about it!
Welcome to the Stone House Bed & Breakfast at the Cornelis Kool House in Hurley, New York. Our Hudson Valley B&B is an early 18th century Dutch estate, with architectural features that date back to the original Dutch settlement of the New Netherlands.
Our Hudson Valley B&B may be the oldest house in New York State that you can actually stay in, having been built around 1700.
We’re nestled in the peaceful countryside of the Esopus valley, near the historic village of Hurley, a National Historic Landmark. Our Catskills area B&B ideally situated to explore both sides of the Hudson River, the Shawangunks or the Catskills.
Both Woodstock and Rhinebeck are just an eighteen minute drive from our front door.
Alaska is somewhere that has been on our bucket list for a very long time. Whilst our knowledge is limited to glaciers, snow-capped mountains, whales and grizzly bears, every photo we see of the incredible landscape and wildlife just makes us more eager to visit!
Whilst a lot of the states in America are well-known for being either very gay-friendly, or the complete opposite, ‘gay Alaska’ wasn’t something we knew anything about.
To find out more, we spoke to local gay guy Victor, from Anchorage. Here’s what he has to say about being gay in Alaska.
Hi Victor! Can you first please introduce yourself to our readers? Tell them a little bit about yourself – where you are from / your hobbies and interests etc.
Hi guys! I’m Victor. I’m 36 years old, born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, but I’ve also spent a significant amount of time at Alexander Creek. Alexander Creek is a tiny community off the road system, meaning you can only reach it by boat, sea plane or snowmachine (we don’t call them snowmobiles in Alaska).
I have been married twice. The 1st time was to a woman, and I have two biological daughters. I have been with my husband, Eric, for just over six years now. We were married in Alaska in 2016 and I’ve never been happier.
Welcome to the perfect getaway in the heart of Ohio’s Amish Country – White Oak Inn sits on a quiet country road, and our Ohio inn has been consistently voted by our guests as one of the top bed and breakfast country inns in the US.
The White Oak Inn is known for its fantastic service, wonderful food and top-notch accommodations.
Whether you’d rather stay at the inn, relax and do nothing, or head out to enjoy an adventure-packed weekend, you can find it here. Enjoy that book you’ve been planning to read on the front porch swings while you watch the hummingbirds and butterflies. Or take part in one of our murder mysteries!
There’s also canoeing, golfing, cycling or fishing for the more adventurous, or you can take a drive around the countryside and discover wineries, shops, antiques, auctions and many other great local attractions.