Homestead B&B at Rehoboth – Gay Owned Rehoboth Beach B&B

Homestead B&B at Rehoboth - Gay Owned Rehoboth Beach B&B

Located just three miles from the hustle and bustle of town, The Homestead B&B at Rehoboth sits on two acres of beautifully landscaped property. We are a pet friendly and adults only inn. Choose from four beautifully decorated guest rooms in the main house all with private bathrooms or our spacious 800 square foot private cottage featuring a large fenced-in backyard.

The inn was originally a small farmhouse built in 1899 and part of a 200 acre working farm. Today, the Homestead is decorated in relaxing beach themes with reminders of its previous role throughout including hardwood floors, fireplaces and timeless charm.

Guests enjoy a full breakfast in our dining room including the hot entree of the day, homemade breads, fresh fruit, yogurt, gourmet coffee and additional continental fare. We take pride in preparing a delicious feast for our guests each morning using local or home-grown ingredients when available.

Complimentary breakfast cocktails are served Sunday morning year round including our signature Bloody Mary made with our house-infused pepper vodka, secret blend of spices and garnished with a pickled green bean. We happily cater to guests with special dietary needs including vegetarian and gluten-free. Our guests describe our breakfast offering as “top-notch” and “above restaurant quality”.

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Homestead B&B at Rehoboth – Rehoboth Beach Gay Bed & Breakfast

Homestead B&B at Rehoboth - Rehoboth Beach Gay Bed & Breakfast

Located just three miles from the hustle and bustle of town, The Homestead B&B at Rehoboth sits on two acres of beautifully landscaped property. We are a pet friendly and adults only inn. Choose from four beautifully decorated guest rooms in the main house all with private bathrooms or our spacious 800 square foot private cottage featuring a large fenced-in backyard.

The inn was originally a small farmhouse built in 1899 and part of a 200 acre working farm. Today, the Homestead is decorated in relaxing beach themes with reminders of its previous role throughout including hardwood floors, fireplaces and timeless charm.

Guests enjoy a full breakfast in our dining room including the hot entree of the day, homemade breads, fresh fruit, yogurt, gourmet coffee and additional continental fare. We take pride in preparing a delicious feast for our guests each morning using local or home-grown ingredients when available. Complimentary breakfast cocktails are served Sunday morning year round including our signature Bloody Mary made with our house-infused pepper vodka, secret blend of spices and garnished with a pickled green bean. We happily cater to guests with special dietary needs including vegetarian and gluten-free. Our guests describe our breakfast offering as “top-notch” and “above restaurant quality”.

All of our rooms and the Cottage have a refrigerator, HD TV’s, DVD player, hair dryer, and personal climate control settings. Additional amenities include a wrap-around screened in porch, free WI-FI, an expansive DVD selection, books to borrow from our library, a large selection of games, ice maker, bottled water, beach chairs and umbrellas, beach towels, free parking, and an outdoor shower for use after a day at the beach.

The Homestead B&B at Rehoboth welcomes all dog breeds and your feline friends too. The property features a large fenced-in dog walk/park for off-leash exercise and potty breaks. Our furry guests enjoy free treats, dog towels and sheets, crates, dog beds, food/water bowls, and an outdoor pet shower with a hand-held sprayer to wash off any dirt, sand or salt water after a fun-filled day at the beach. Upon arrival guests are presented with a listing of pet-friendly restaurants and beaches in the area.

Whether you are looking for a place to vacation with your four-legged friend or a true retreat to relax and enjoy Rehoboth Beach, the Homestead Bed and Breakfast provides the perfect personal touch to make your visit special.

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Applewood Manor Inn B&B – Asheville, North Carolina

Applewood Manor Inn B&B Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay. The Applewood Manor is located the historic Montford Neighborhood, just north of downtown Asheville, NC. This 1912 Colonial Revival sits on a one acre bluff overlooking the city. The house was originally the private home of Captain John Perry, who occupied the home until 1951. We have five guest rooms in the main house and a one room cottage. Each room has king sized beds, with one exception, private baths, satellite TV, and individual air conditioning. Many of the rooms have gas fireplaces and balconies overlooking the grounds. The main floor of the house has a music parlor with a baby grand piano, the dining room and the living room with games, books and gas fireplace. A three-course gourmet breakfast is included with a reservation.

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Asheville Oak Cottage – Lesbian Owned Asheville Vacation Rental

Asheville Oak Cottage Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

My romantic cozy home is 2000 sq ft, two stories and is very private. The very large( almost an acre) yard is completely enclosed, including the large off street parking area. There are two outdoor seating areas, gas grill and a fire pit. Lots of safe rooms for pet or people play. It is surrounded by beautiful majestic Oak trees that provide wonderful shade and gorgeous fall colors. It has two extra large bedrooms, each with king beds, one normal size bedroom with queen bed and a third semi private room with a queen size sleeper. The bedrooms all have a TV and nice bedding. There is a beautiful large bath with a six foot claw foot tub and shower, wonderful towels and its own private balcony to sit in the sun after your luxurious soak.

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TRAVELING IN OUR FABULOUS GAY WORLD: Traveling With Pets

pet cat When making travel decisions, choose what is safest and most comfortable to you pet. For instance, unless you’ll be able to spend a lot of time with your dog, he’ll probably be happier at home than tagging along on your trip. As a rule, cats are almost always better off in their own home. But if you have decided it’s best to bring your pet along, follow our tips for a safe and low-stress trip. pet in cageThe safest way for your dog to travel in the car is in a crate that has been anchored to the vehicle using a seatbelt or other secure means. Dog restraints or seat belts are useful for preventing your dog from roaming around the car and being a distraction to the driver, but they haven’t been reliably shown to protect dogs during a crash. Most cats aren’t comfortable traveling in cars, so for their safety as well as yours, keep them in a carrier. It’s important to restrain these carriers in the car so that they don’t bounce around and hurt your cat. Do this by securing a seat belt around the front of the carrier. Keep your pet in the back seat of the car. If an airbag deploys while your pet is in the passenger seat (even in a crate), it might injure your pet. Dogs and cats should always be kept safely inside the car. Pets who are allowed to stick their heads out the window can be injured by particles of debris or made sick by having cold air forced into their lungs. pet travel oneNever transport a pet in the back of an open pickup truck. A quick pit stop may feel like no time at all to you, but it’s too long to leave your pet in a car by himself. One hazard is heat: When it’s 72 degrees Fahrenheit outside, the temperature inside your car can heat up to 116 degrees within an hour. On an 85-degree day, even with the windows slightly open, the temperature inside your car can reach 102 degrees in just 10 minutes. If you’re held up for 30 minutes, you may return to a car that’s 120 degrees inside and a pet who is suffering irreversible organ damage or death. Taking your pet on a plane is very difficult. Be aware of the dangers of flying your pet in a cargo hold. Animals flown in the cargo area of airplanes are killed, injured or lost on commercial flights each year. Excessively hot or old temperatures, poor ventilation and rough handling are often to blame. Many hotels, motels and resorts either do not allow pets on their properties or if they do, they charge a hefty charge for having your pet stay in your room. Everyone loves their pets however when traveling, think about leaving them at home and let them have a ‘vacation’ from us as well. Consider all the alternatives to flying. If you plan to bring your pet on vacation, driving is usually a better option. If you can’t travel by car, your pet will probably be healthier and happier if you leave her behind under the care of a pet sitter or boarding kennel. Don and RayAlways remember to have fun when traveling, meet new people and talk to everyone! TRAVELING IN OUR FABULOUS GAY WORLD is written by Donald Pile and Ray Williams, Award-winning, Celebrity travel columnists who write for gay publications from coast to coast (And now legally married). Proud members of the IGLTA. You can email them at [email protected] and visit their website at http://gaytravelersataol.blogspot.com/

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