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Other than ‘Bed and Breakfast’ what do you think B&B should stand for?

Updated on 05/04 2019

Just for fun we asked our customers what they thought B&B would stand for other than ‘Bed and Breakfast.’ The majority of the responses we had were ‘Best in Britain,’ which shows the level of pride independent hosts and hoteliers have for their business. We also got many funny, heartwarming and unique replies. Here are the top responses we had: 

Best in Britain – Barbara Tattersfield, Dalbeattie Guest House

Be the Best – Sheila Gibbs, Wick House B&B

Better & Better – Andrew, Longbeach

Best & Bargain – Christine Finch Dent, Ferndale House

Best Breakfast – Ellie Fargo, Heritage B&B

Brightest & Best – Rupert Richardson, Dowfold House Bed and Breakfast

Busy & Booming – Dee Hawken, St Micheal’s Guest House 

Warm welcome in ‘Beautiful Britain’ – Mary Bentley, Vine Cottage B&B

Bighearted & British – Nicholas Wright, The Shirley

Beauty & Bliss – Dawn, Fairway Lodge

Brave & Beautiful – Charles James William Turton, Little Harbour

Blissful & Boutique – Melinda Beckett-Hughes, Ayuda House

Beautiful & Bijou – Mandy Nevins, Broomhouse Farmhouse 

Bread & Butter – Rupert Owen, Glynhir Mansion

Back & Breaking – Louise Bell, Tudor Grange

Berth & Banter – Lesley Teasdale, Kellah Farm

Bed knobs & Broomsticks –  Rachel Keevil, Buenos Aires Guesthouse

Bloody Boooful! (Said in a Suffolk accent) – Sharon Alldis, Holly Tree House

Blankets & Bacon – Debbie Jones, The Fawley Guest House

Book a Bed – Geoff Robinson, The Porthvean

Base & Bite – Toby Richardson, Mansefield Guest House

Brush & Bake – Lesley Burr, All Seasons

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