Elms of Camden – Midcoast Maine Gay B&B

Elms of Camden - Midcoast Maine Gay B&B

Midcoast Maine Gay B&B In A New England Colonial

Elms of Camden is an authentic 1806 New England Colonial and a fine example of preservation and restoration. Our Midcoast Maine gay B&B is three blocks from the harbor, shops, restaurants, and activities in downtown Camden. 

Surrounded by natural beauty, this historic home offers the perfect setting for a romantic getaway, a comfortable escape for friends, family, and couples, or a launching pad for day trips to Acadia National Park, Boothbay Harbor, and many other popular local destinations. 

During the warmer months, enjoy a large outdoor garden patio tucked away for a bit of quiet and escape after a busy day! Perfect for a glass of wine or tea in the evening and breakfast in the morning.

See the Elms of Camden Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

Midcoast Maine Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals

Gay Reykjavik – The Nomadic Boys

Gay Reykjavik - The Nomadic Boys

Planning a Trip to Gay Reykjavik

Have you ever noticed how phallic the world’s most famous landmarks are? The Eiffel Tower? Empire State Building? The Shard? Well, gay Reykjavik has taken the most literal approach of them all and opened up a museum dedicated to male organs. And if that doesn’t scream the perfect gay destination, we don’t know what will…

And like any good gay guy, Iceland is versatile.

Who’d have thought that a country with the spellbinding Northern Lights would have also birthed one of the most unorthodox singers of our time – Björk. Or that a land full of mountainous glaciers and astonishing waterfalls would feature the aforementioned phallogical museum.

Or that a culture dedicated to thermal baths and deep meditative rituals, would lend itself as a setting for the bonkers Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga movie on Netflix (you’d be lying if you said Ya Ya Ding Dong isn’t a bop).

The city itself is a wondrous blend of old meets new, with its ancient buildings set against the dramatic natural landscape, with trendy bars, a vibrant (albeit small) queer scene, and relaxing spas for you to unwind.

Full Story at the Nomadic Boys

Traveling While Gay – The Washington Blade

Brent Hartinger and Michael Jensen
Brent Hartinger and Michael Jensen

Take a look at the picture above. Do Michael and I look alike to you? It’s true, we’re both white, middle-aged men, fairly fit, and we wear glasses. But honestly? I don’t think we look anything alike. Michael has a full head of silver hair — and I’m bald. Michael is at least three inches taller than I am.

And yet, as we travel, I’ve literally lost track of the number of times people have mistaken us for brothers. People often — often — even assume we’re twins!

Traveling While Gay

Here’s the explanation I’ve come up with for why this happens: it’s unusual for two middle-aged men to be traveling together, especially if we’re sharing a room. If we’re “traveling while gay” in a country or culture where out same-sex couples are unusual or non-existent, people search for a label to apply to us. “Brothers” is the best explanation they can come up with that makes sense to them.

Road Tripping Montana for Gay Families – 2TravelDads

Montana for Gay Families - 2TravelDads

We keep going back to Montana because each trip results in a different and amazing experience. From the National Parks, to the historic wild west towns there is so much to explore. Oh, and the food! We’ve covered quite a bit of territory in in this amazing state and have lots of tips for having your own Big Sky adventures!

Montana for Gay Families

There are many different ways to get to and to explore Montana for gay families. We’ve taken Amtrak to and from Glacier Country. Flying into Bozeman, we’ve gotten to do several Yellowstone Country road trips. And then driving from Washington State, we’ve gotten to see so much of the western part of the state.

One of our favorite local road trips is through the western region, as this goes through both old mining country and several ghost towns. You’ll see beautiful natural wonders and cool towns as you traverse the state.

Full Story at 2TravelDads

Montana Gay Travel Resources

Gay Disneyland for LGBTQ+ Families – 2TravelDads

Gay Disneyland for LGBTQ+ Families - 2TravelDads

Disneyland. We’ve been so many times through the years. I used to work at the park and have friends that still do. It’s one of the most special places we go back to.

In this podcast episode we go land by land through gay Disneyland discussing our favorite attractions, details of the park, and what we feel are the ride most worth waiting for. We hope you enjoy our discussion, and be sure to come back for our episode all about Disney’s California Adventure!

Gay Disneyland: Everything Worth Waiting For (And More)

In this episode we go attraction by attraction picking and choosing our favorites. We know that some Disneyland attractions are worth waiting 45 minutes or an hour, but not all… even if the wait time shows a long line. Between the best rides and shows to mix up the magic, this podcast episode should give you a good idea of planning and what to use your valuable time on when you visit the Happiest Place on Earth!

By Chris and Rob – Full Story at the 2TravelDads

Greater L.A. Area Gay Travel Resources

El Mirasol Villas – Palm Springs Gay Resort

El Mirasol Villas - Palm Springs Gay Resort


Looking for a Palm Springs gay resort? Stay with us at the El Mirasol Villas – the original resort catering to gay men since 1975.

Our sunny getaway was originally built by Howard Hughes in 1947. We have worked hard to preserve the hotel’s charm and privacy while providing the style and comfort desired by today’s traveler.

Walled and gated, our private PS escape is in the Warm Sands area, just blocks away from downtown Palm Springs, nightlife, hiking, shopping, casino gambling and gourmet dining.

Meandering garden paths lead to bungalows, one or two bedroom suites and studios on the property. You’ll also find two beautiful clothing optional pools and a ten man Jacuzzi/Spa with an outdoor shower.

The hotel even features a eucalyptus steam room.

See the El Mirasol Resort Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

Palm Springs Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals

Gay Manila, The Philippines – The Nomadic Boys

Gay Manila, The Philippines - The Nomadic Boys

In this guide to gay Manila, we’ve set out practical safety tips and summarised the best of the city’s gay scene, top places to stay, go out and eat for you to check out.

“Be super careful in Manila boys…” was the blunt warning from our Filipino friends in London before we headed over, “…it’s crowded, polluted, too much traffic and lots of thieves everywhere!”

But in all honesty, Manila is no different to any other big city we’ve been in.

Gay Manila

Our first steps on the streets of Malate were tentative – taking our friends’ words to heart, we ensured to leave all valuables in our hotel, avoided unlit streets, and stuck to taxis to get us around. But the paranoia that we’d built up was quickly broken down. Sticking to basic common sense, it’s absolutely fine in Manila.

We ended up really enjoying the Filipino capital. It has a pretty exciting gay scene with a super friendly LGBTQ community that loves connecting with foreigners. Filipinos generally are the most affable and hospitable people we’ve ever met, which makes it so easy to quickly make local friends here. This was our favorite thing about Manila!

As the hub into the Philippines, the city makes for a pretty sweet base to start exploring the rest of this phenomenal country.

By Stefan Arestis – Full Story at the Nomadic Boys

Gay Philippines Travel Resources

Parker Guest House – San Francisco Gay B&B

Parker Guest House - San Francisco Gay B&B

San Francisco Gay B&B In the Castro District

Welcome to San Francisco’s Parker Guest House, a San Francisco gay B&B and twenty-one guest room Edwardian mini-mansion with gardens, ideally situated located in the heart of the vibrant Castro District. We’re an easy walk to the Castro’s great transportation, local parks, restaurants, gay bars and cafes.

Our guest services include an extended continental breakfast served in our sun room, as well as the use of the property’s extensive public rooms, our lovely gardens, computer station, sun decks and steamspa area.

Each of our recently renovated guest rooms includes:

* Down comforters
* Luxurious terrycloth robes
* Private telephone with voicemail
* Cable TV
* New all-tile baths
* Luxurious amenities

For business travelers, we offer complimentary FAX service from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM.

See the Parker Guest House Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

San Francisco Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals

The Yellow House – Gay Blue Ridge Mountains B&B

The Yellow House - Gay Blue Ridge Mountains B&B


On a hilltop looking out over the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, our Waynesville bed and breakfast has been an important part of Western North Carolina life for more than a hundred years.

Originally built as a summer home in 1885, our gay Blue Ridge Mountains B&B is a charming Southern inn which welcomes you to experience the beauty and luxury of this wonderful home. Stay in one of our comfortable rooms or suites and enjoy the perfect, quiet mountain getaway.

Our elegant rooms and suites, gourmet breakfasts, and a restful and secluded atmosphere will make you long to return here again and again.

This gay Blue Ridge Mountains B&B is inclusive and welcome everyone to our lush Waynesville country retreat.

See the Yellow House Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

Waynesville Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals

Top of the Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast – New Hampshire Gay Friendly B&B

Top of the Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast - New Hampshire Gay Friendly B&B


Welcome to the Top of the Ridge Farm, a New Hampshire gay friendly B&B perfectly located on a quiet country road, offering amazing vistas of Mount Washington and New Hampshire’s White Mountain. Our NH B&B is luxurious B&B for adults on six acres of meadowlands and trees.

Top of the Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast also an ideal escape all four seasons – there are so many great things to see and do here in any season. Our luxury bed and breakfast is close to many of NH’s most beautiful destinations, as well as places in Massachusetts, Maine and Vermont. 

We’re just a two-hour drive from the mountains, the seacoast, a multitude of pristine lakes and ponds, some important historical sites, and many great little towns and art and foodie communities.

See the Top of the Ridge Farm Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

New Hampshire Gay Friendly B&Bs, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals