Bed & Breakfasts and Country Inns

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Amer Historic Inns, Aug 30, 2006 - Travel - 466 pages
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Pay for one night at a nearby country inn and get the second night freeAmong them is the very fine LAuberge ProvencaleThe goal of the program, sponsored by the Association of American Historic Inns, it to introduce first-timers to inn stays but frequent inn guests also are eligible for the bargain. -James Yenckel, Washington Post For a delightful change of scenery, visit one of these historical inns. A certificate for one free consecutive night (minimum two nights stay) can be found in the book. -Shirley Howard, Good Housekeeping Delightful, succinct, detailed and well-organized. Easy to follow style -Don Wudke, Los Angeles Times concise, appealing descriptionsmore accurate than those in other guidebooks. -Orange County Register An attractive, friendly consumer directorywell-organized, comprehensive in scope and attractively presented. Put together by people who know the field. -Morgan Rand Directory Reviews

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As a result of her passion for history, travel and bed & breakfasts, Deborah Sakach has emerged as the leading voice in the bed & breakfast industry. Her publishing company American Historic Inns, Inc. (AHI) is the industry leader for bed & breakfast guides, with more than 2.5 million books in print. Sakach has authored seven books on bed and breakfasts including 60 custom editions of Bed & Breakfast and Country Inns, nine editions of The Official Guide to American Historic Inns, and three Editions of the Bed & Breakfast Encyclopedia. Her Official Guide to American Historic Inns was a Book of the Month Clu . selection for several years. For 24 years she has successfully promoted the history and charm of the Bed & Breakfast industry, while creating key business relationships with which to reach millions of consumers each year.