The Best B&B in Every State
Cozy nights in your home away from home, then fresh-brewed coffee and piping hot meals each morning. Nothing compares to staying at the perfect bed and breakfast! Reserve your room ASAP.
Magnolia Springs Bed and Breakfast, Magnolia Springs
Nestled on a street covered with oak trees, Magnolia Springs Bed and Breakfast looks like something you’d see in a movie. In addition to its charming atmosphere, the B&B has an entire menu of tasty, home-cooked meals, including a sweet apple sandwich and mushroom broccoli muffin fritattas. No wonder Southern Living called it one of the best inns in the South.
We’ve never met a plate of pancakes we didn’t like! (Here are a dozen recipes to prove it.) But if you want to take your pancake passion to the next level, book a stay at Alaska’s Majestic View Bed and Breakfast. Previous guests can’t seem to get enough of the spot’s signature “Alaska Pancakes.”
Inn at 410 Bed and Breakfast, Flagstaff
From its selection of romantic suites to a menu packed with options like lemon ricotta pancakes and eggs scrambled with fontina cheese, Arizona’s Inn at 410 Bed and Breakfast simply can’t be beat. With 765 five-star ratings, this spot even received a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.
Lookout Point Lakeside Inn, Hot Springs
Stay in the lap of luxury at this gorgeous bed and breakfast. Lookout Point Lakeside Inn has received a ton of accolades, including the 22nd best hotel for service in the United States in 2018. Best of all, it hosts an innkeeper’s reception each afternoon, complete with port wine and fine cheeses. Cheers!
Wine Country Inn, St. Helena
You’ll never want to leave Napa Valley’s Wine Country Inn. Not only does this high-end B&B have spa services and a pool, it’s just miles away from vineyards and great restaurants.
Highland Haven Creekside Inn, Evergreen
With seven years of excellence on TripAdvisor under its belt, Colorado’s Highland Haven Creekside Inn is perfect for weddings, honeymoons and chill weekends alike. The spot has nine suites, all boasting a unique array of amenities. Come morning, you can enjoy plenty of eggs-cellent dishes, including vegetable stratas, bacon quiches and cheesy scrambles.
The Inn at Harbor Hill Marina, Niantic
What can make a good breakfast better, you ask? A great view. At the Inn at Harbor Hill Marina, guests can enjoy delicious dishes—like a homemade granola—while taking in the marina’s picturesque backdrop.
The Towers Bed and Breakfast, Milton
Craving a romantic getaway with your beau? Check out the Towers Bed and Breakfast, an adults-only oasis in Delaware. A short drive from some popular beach towns, this charming house features four room types and a gourmet breakfast each morning.
Port D’Hiver, Melbourne Beach
Anyone looking for some much-needed TLC should make a reservation at Port D’Hiver, which is located in Melbourne Beach. Here, you won’t have to leave your bed to enjoy a good meal, as the staff will deliver a gourmet breakfast to your room.
The Gastonian, Savannah
Guests of the charming Gastonian can enjoy great food all day long: bespoke breakfast in the morning, a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception during happy hour and biscotti and coffee for dessert. Yum!
Holualoa Inn, Holualoa
With rates starting at $345 per night, the Holualoa Inn is by no means cheap; however, it’ll be well worth the investment. In addition to great service and sweeping views, guests can enjoy extravagant breakfasts made with vegetables, fruits and coffee grown on the inn’s expansive 30-acre property.
Not up for the trip? These Hawaiian recipes will take you there.
Bella Vista, Meridian
Close to many local attractions—like the Idaho Botanical Gardens, Snake River Canyon and downtown Boise—here’s your chance to really experience Idaho. As for breakfast, guests can choose one of three delicious options: “Power Up Parfait,” “Euro Plate” (complete with meat, cheese, fresh fruit and more) and “Lox & Bagel.”
Deer Path Inn, Lake Forest
Deer Path Inn has been serving up spectacular hospitality since 1929, but it’s the food that continues to be the star of this bed and breakfast. The institution’s English Room and White Hart Pub, for example, have received awards from DiRōNA and Wine Spectator, and continue to set dining standards for Lake Forest.
Mont Rest Inn, Bellevue
Ready for dinner and a show? At Mont Rest Inn, you can enjoy several themed meals, including a murder mystery, The Titanic and The Great Gatsby. Lights, camera, appetizers!
The Anderson Bed & Breakfast, Manhattan
If you love eggs, it doesn’t get better than this Kansas spot. Hosts Phil and Dawn Anderson whip up delicious dishes with the eggs from their hens out back. Now that’s what we call farm-to-table.
Willis Graves Bed & Breakfast Inn, Burlington
Though this Kentucky bed and breakfast is known for its excellent hospitality, it also has a solid menu. Come breakfast, you can feast on an array of mouthwatering treats, including crème brûlée French toast and lemon waffles.
Soniat House, New Orleans
Location is everything, which is why we’re partial to Soniat House. Tucked in New Orleans’ famous French Quarter, this B&B is a hop, skip and a jump away from all the beignets and po’boys your stomach can handle. Be sure to head back to Soniat House for happy hour—the boutique inn has a wine cellar full of delicious French and American wines.
Get your beignets at The French Market, one of America’s best indoor marketplaces!
Berry Manor Inn, Rockland
With 1,095 reviews and a five-star rating on TripAdvisor, Berry Manor Inn is the place to stay in Maine. Like every other place on this list, Berry Manor Inn has a great, gourmet breakfast; however, you won’t be able to get enough of its homemade pies.
Robert Morris Inn, Oxford
Formerly the home to Robert Morris, aka the financier of the American Revolution, this spot claims to be the oldest full-service inn in the entire country. You may come for the history, but you’ll stay for the food. At breakfast, gobble up the inn’s take on eggs Florentine, which features lemon hollandaise sauce, spinach and Maryland jumbo lump crab.
Clarendon Square, Boston
Located in Boston’s trendy South End neighborhood, Clarendon Square is a must for foodies. Not only can guests enjoy a simple breakfast on the property’s terrace, they’re only a block away from the neighborhood’s popular “restaurant row.”
Wickwood Inn, Saugatuck
A stay at Wickwood Inn turns into an unexpected brush with fame, as co-host Julee Rosso co-authored The Silver Palate cookbook series, which has sold over seven million copies. From its homemade chutneys to pistachio sausage and asparagus frittata, you can bet all the inn’s dishes are cookbook-worthy, too.
Alexander Mansion, Winona
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and perhaps nobody believes that more than the folks at Alexander Mansion. The Minnesota bed and breakfast has a remarkable four-course breakfast, which always includes fruit, scones, a savory dish and something sweet. Bon appetit!
Brandon Hall Plantation, Natchez
The Brandon Hall Plantation has a history that dates back to the 1700s and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Today, it’s a cozy bed and breakfast that has received high marks from TripAdvisor and the Bed and Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
The Fleur-De-Lys-Mansion, St. Louis
Is there anything better than an ooey, gooey egg dish? We think not. At the Fleur-De-Lys-Mansion, guests can chow down on cheese blintz soufflé, which is essentially Parmesan and herb baked eggs. Um, yes, please!
Good Medicine Lodge, Whitefish
If happy hour is more your speed, you’ll love Montana’s Good Medicine Lodge. Every night, the hosts serve homemade appetizers along with a complimentary beverage. We’ll drink to that!
Rogers House Bed and Breakfast, Lincoln
Start your day on the right foot at Rogers House. The quaint B&B serves an array of coffee, tea, fruit, pastries and hot dishes each morning. (Have a food allergy? The owners can also work with a number of dietary restrictions—just let them know in advance.)
A Cowboy’s Dream, Alamo
A far cry from the Las Vegas strip, A Cowboy’s Dream will make you feel like you’re in a Western movie. The staff is at your beck and call, and will whip up a hearty meal whenever you’re hungry.
The Bernerhof Inn, Glen
Just because you’re on vacation doesn’t mean you shouldn’t cook. The Bernerhof Inn has cooking classes so you can leave with a new recipe or two. Ready to kick back? Head over to Black Bear Pub, the inn’s on-site bar.
Peter Shields Inn & Restaurant, Cape May
Executive Chef Carl Messick knows his way around the kitchen. Not only has he worked at acclaimed restaurants like the Ebbitt Room and Blackfish, he’s created lengthy dinner, dessert, prix fixe and tasting menus for this Cape May haunt. Trust us, you’ll never want to leave.
Kokopelli’s Cave, Farmington
The most unconventional option on the list, Kokopelli’s Cave will bring you back to prehistoric times. The 1,700-square-foot B&B is situated in a manmade cave built 70 feet below ground. Amenities include a full kitchen, bathroom, Jacuzzi and sweeping views of New Mexico—once you’ve ascended from the cave, that is.
Bedford Post Inn, Bedford
Ready to leave the hustle and bustle of Manhattan? Head over to Bedford Post Inn, which is co-owned by actor Richard Gere. About an hour north from the city, this bed and breakfast boasts eight luxury rooms, a yoga studio and two delicious restaurants. We’re already dreaming about the White Muscovy Duckling…
Oak Hill, Waynesville
Whether you want to enjoy a traditional, sit-down breakfast or grab something for the road, make sure you try Oak Hill’s popular muffins. Guests are encouraged to enter the inn’s “Meandering Muffins” photo competition, where they can win up to a $200 gift certificate for their next stay.
The Rock Roof Inn, Glen Ullin
Enjoy a full-blown continental breakfast at Glen Ullin’s Rock Roof Inn. Highlights include sour cream twists, locally sourced country sausage and the inn’s famous caramel rolls. Craving seconds? You can buy the Rock Roof Inn’s cookbook for only $15.
Murphin Ridge Inn, West Union
Located in the heart of Amish country, Murphin Ridge Inn perfectly blends past and present. Whether you opt to stay in a luxury cabin, in one of the inn’s 10 guest rooms or in the on-site Amish house, get ready to experience a trip back to simpler times.
Shiloh Morning Inn, Ardmore
Nobody should start their day on an empty stomach, which is why we love Shiloh Morning Inn. This spot boasts a three-course breakfast from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. For dinner, guests can select dreamy dishes like bacon and almond stuffed quail and pecan-crusted tilapia.
Cliffside Inn, Newport
Consider Cliffside Inn a cozier version of Newport’s famous mansions. The space may make you feel as if you traveled back in time, but its breakfast menu is anything but ancient. The innkeepers work with seasonal ingredients to create a rotating menu that will truly amaze.
Wentworth Mansion, Charleston
Treat yourself to South Carolina’s luxurious Wentworth Mansion. This charming spot features a soothing spa, cozy sleeping quarters and an adorable dining room that’ll pair nicely with your homemade granola or shrimp n’ grits.
Buffalo Rock Lodge, Keystone
Midwest Living calls South Dakota’s Buffalo Rock Lodge one of the best bed and breakfast joints in the region—and we understand why. It’s just three and a half miles away from the iconic Mount Rushmore, plus it boasts an impressive breakfast menu. Bacon cooked in pecans and brown sugar, anyone?
Whitestone Country Inn, Kingston
There’s a reason Tennessee’s Whitehouse Country Inn has over 400 reviews and a five-star rating on TripAdvisor. Dubbed a sanctuary for the soul, this spot serves up an extensive breakfast in its farmhouse each morning.
Inn at Dos Brisas, Washington
Everything’s bigger in Texas—and its bed and breakfasts are no exception. The Inn at Dos Brisas is situated on a 313-acre property, plus it has plenty of delicious breakfast bites, including caramelized grapefruit and homemade yogurt with granola.
Hines Mansion, Provo
The key to any foodie’s heart is lots (and lots) of food, and nobody does it better than the Hines Mansion. They offer a bountiful breakfast each morning, have plenty of late-night bites, and can even serve up strawberries and cream during check-in.
The Inn at Weathersfield, Perkinsville
You don’t have to be a Michelin-star chef to know local ingredients are always better. The Inn at Weathersfield sources its meat, produce and cheese from within 20 miles, so you’ll be eating like the locals do.
Foster Harris House, Washington
If you like trying new and unexpected dishes, Foster Harris House is for you. Though its gourmet four-course breakfast changes daily, we’ve heard the maple pecan scones are out of this world.
Cameo Heights Mansion, Touchet
They say there’s no place like home, but Cameo Heights Mansion gives our humble abodes a run for their money. Overlooking the Walla Walla River, this mansion features a slew of amenities like a movie theater, fitness center, spa, pool and more. As for breakfast? Enjoy an egg burrito, complete with vegetables, sausage and homemade masa tortillas.
Hillbrook Inn, Charles Town
Fun fact: The Hillbrook Inn is located on the first plot of land George Washington ever purchased, back in 1750. Cool, right?
But history is only one part of this inn’s charm. This bed and breakfast has a spa as well as an array of soufflés and frittatas for breakfast.
Washington House Inn, Cedarburg
Consider Washington House Inn a must for history buffs. Founded by Conrad Horneffer in 1846, it is Cedarburg’s first (and therefore oldest) inn. Washington House Inn’s breakfasts are so good, the staff created a whole cookbook of ’em, which you can buy at the inn. While you’re there, be sure to try the cherry-pecan scones with maple butter.
Teton View Bed & Breakfast, Wilson
Rounding out our list is Teton View Bed & Breakfast, a mountainous lodge in Wyoming. It may be known for its awe-inspiring views of the Teton Range, but its food is a close second. The breakfast menu includes orange pecan French toast, flaming jam omelets and a signature breakfast pizza made with eggs, vegetables and a hash brown crust.