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bed-and-breakfast

[bed-n-brek-fuh st] /ˈbɛd nˈbrɛk fəst/
noun
1.
an accommodation offered by an inn, hotel, or especially a private home, consisting of a room for the night and breakfast the next morning for one inclusive price.
2.
an inn, hotel, or private home offering such an accommodation.
Abbreviation: B&B.
Also, bed and breakfast.
Origin
1905-1910
1905-10
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  • Three years ago, he started to offer bed-and-breakfast as well.
  • bed-and-breakfast accommodations are a favorite choice for visitors of the winery and this beautiful, natural locale.
  • Visitors to the area will find a number of places to stay, including resorts, bed-and-breakfast inns and motels.
  • For many adventurous vacationers, the urban bed-and-breakfast is the perfect stay.
  • Many of these are privately owned businesses and residences, some of which are now operated as bed-and-breakfast establishments.
  • Run a bed-and-breakfast and serve complimentary drinks to guests in the afternoon.

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