The National Trust Guide to Historic Bed & Breakfasts, Inns and Small Hotels

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Wiley, Mar 8, 1999 - Travel - 592 pages
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At last—a brand–new edition of the National Trust′s outstanding guide to America′s historic getaways

Vacations to remember start with this National Trust guide to the most historically interesting accommodations across the nation. Thoroughly revised and updated, the new edition includes hundreds of unique historic lodgings—from one–room guesthouses to 100—room family–run resorts. Entries include information about each building′s architecture, construction, and craftsmanship, along with fascinating facts about the landmark′s importance to the community, its famous residents, and important events.

A Great Lakes lighthouse, a Hawaiian pineapple plantation, a sailor′s boardinghouse in Maryland . . . these are just a few of the exciting possibilities waiting to be discovered in the pages of the Fifth Edition. Ideal for planning short weekend breaks or longer trips, this guidebook contains a treasury of places to stay, places where guests actually make history by becoming part of it.

  • Over 600 lodgings listed from coast to coast
  • Updated with current rates, phone numbers, and e–mail addresses
  • Information on wheelchair access, restrictions, proprietors, and more

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Arizona
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Georgia
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The NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION, chartered by Congress in 1949, is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the irreplaceable.

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