Travel Advice For Trip-Taking Seniors

With more and more seniors acknowledging the importance of staying active, mobility has become an increasing imperative for Americans after retirement. Finding new ways to move can help with aches and pains and even mood disorders such as depression. And … Continue reading

Celebrating the birth of our nation with Colorado’s scenic drives – B&B Innkeepers Blog

Blog from the Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado: Colorado’s beautiful outdoor spaces and places are why visitors and locals love our state. When taking a road trip, there are some special scenic drives that are well worth your time, … Continue reading

6 Colorado Carousels are a menagerie with historic charm – B&B Inns of Colorado Blog

Blog from the Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado Association 6 Colorado Carousels are a menagerie with historic charm To use a quote from the 1967 Dr. Doolittle movie, “My friend the doctor says the world is full of fantasy, … Continue reading

Hot off the press! New print and downloadable Colorado State B&B Guide

Hot off the press, Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado (BBIC), the Colorado Bed & Breakfast Association, recently released their 2017 print or downloadable state association inn guide. Click here to order your print directory now! The state guide lists … Continue reading

One-of-a-kind Colorado Summer Festivals and B&Bs to match!

We want to help you plan for your summer vacation in Colorado and B&Bs are close by to stay and enjoy these great festivals and activities! According to the Colorado Tourism Office www.Colorado.com , here are 12 of Colorado’s Quintessential … Continue reading

8 Great Train Experiences to Explore While Staying at a Colorado B&B!

Get “All Aboard” for a bed and breakfast vacation you’ll long remember by riding-the-rails and returning to a lovely B&B before or after your unique railroad excursion. Colorado is known for it’s scenery and there’s no better way to see … Continue reading

Where dinosaurs walked in the Centennial State – Colorado B&B Blog

Colorado is known for its mountains, but it’s also known for something older, much older. James Michener’s novel “Centennial” began the book with a prehistoric history lesson. In the opening chapter, The Land, discusses the formation of the Earth, the … Continue reading