A typical bed and breakfast [B&B] usually offers bed and breakfast. The beauty of bed and breakfast is personal, warm feeling, just like a home away from home. To make the accommodation more private and quiet, some travelers prefer bed and breakfast, on average, they only offer 6 to 12 rooms.
There are many excellent bed and breakfasts in the United States, some of which are restored manor houses and private homes with historical connections to the area. These restored homes are the product of two legislations: the National History Protection Act of 1966 and the Tax Reform Act of 1976. These legislation make it possible to obtain tax incentives to repair and re-use historic housing.
We have collected the best historic bed and breakfast list in the United States where visitors can enjoy first class architecture and experience interesting stories.
Twelve Oaks is located in Covington, Ga., and is reminiscent of the legendary mansion of Margaret Mitchell's novel Gone with the Wind. This mansion was built in 1836 and was selected as one of the top ten B&Bs in the United States. It has eight deluxe rooms with modern amenities and ensuite bathrooms. It is located near the historic Covington Square, full of former battle houses. The hotel is conveniently located just 30 minutes from downtown Atlanta.
2. Aaron Burr House
The bed and breakfast is located right in the house, and the third US vice president hides after a notorious duel with Alexander Hamilton, which ends Hamilton's life. The original stone foundation is located in New Hope, Pennsylvania, and is the only house reserved by Aaron Burr. All accommodation is decorated with unique moulds and has beautiful and lustrous hardwood floors. Due to the popularity of Broadway musicals, Hamilton and Burr have become interested in this, which will undoubtedly attract a lot of interest.
3. Tivoli Castle
Chateau Tivoli is one of the best bread and breakfasts in the West Coast history, located in San Francisco, California. The structure itself is very familiar, as it is one of Steiner Street's famous "painted ladies" and is prominent in postcards in San Francisco. The structure was built in 1892 and has been used for different purposes for many years. Opened in 1989, this bed and breakfast boasts 9 luxurious accommodations.
4. Battlefield Homestay
It is located on the battlefield in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. This is one of the most unique bed and breakfasts in the country as it offers visitors a unique life experience during the Civil War. Originally built in 1809, it was a farmhouse with original beamed ceilings, chestnut floors and stone walls. Each room has a theme to commemorate the Southern Cavalry battlefield forces. Civil War costume characters offer a history course.
5. Sugar Hill Harlem Hotel
The hotel is located in the heart of New York City, just in the middle of the Harlem revival in the early 20th century. This is the area where black families moved in. The jazz legend, Duke Ellington, the poet Langston Hughes and former Supreme Court Assistant Justice Thurgood Marshall lived in the area. The property has 5 themed rooms, all named after the famous African American.