Whether you stay two nights and score a third or fail to see a moose, bed and breakfasts are known for their welcoming ambiance, creativity, hearty breakfasts, and value-embedded offerings. Well, now some inns are raising the stakes during prime foliage season. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, bring on the killer deals.
See a moose or go again free. Yes, it’s true. The Greenville Inn at Moosehead Lake in Greenville, Maine wants to make absolutely sure you see a moose on your moose-watching excursion. They’re so adamant that guests wishing to see the largest animal in the north woods actually get to see it, that when you book a moose sightseeing tour, if you don’t see a moose, you get to go on the tour again for free. It’s a truly unique adventure where you’ll trek wild terrain, visit ponds, paddle canoes and kayaks front-and-center into moose habitat.
Third night free. The Chateau on the Mountain in Fletcher, North Carolina has a “leaf peeping blowout” deal where guests visiting Sunday through Thursday can book two nights and get the third night free. A hiker’s oasis, the inn sits on 10-acres of beautiful lawns, forested lumber trails and boasts magnificent views of surrounding mountains and meadows. The Chateau also has a pool, sunroom and outdoor porches to kick up your heels.
Free passes. The Underground Railroad in Clark and Floyd counties and Louisville, are just a few of the strands in the rich tapestry of the Midwest. Indiana was a free state but Louisville, Kentucky actually had several auction blocks. Jeffersonville is now the first leg of the Indiana Freedom Trail and is loaded with many historical points of interest to check out in between leaf-peeping, including the Old Bridge Inn and the Howard Steamboat Museum in Jeffersonville. The museum is the home of the builders of the Howard shipyards, now know as Jeff Boat, a major employer in the area. Stay two nights at the inn and get two free passes to the Howard Steamboat Museum.
To see more freebies or for more information on fall deals visit BnBFinder.com’s fall specials page.