Bed, Breakfast And Beyond

Brain Food

Thinking about opening an inn? These resources can help:

Organizations/Courses:

Professional Association of Innkeepers International, (805) 569-1853, http://www.paii.org

Bed & Breakfast Inns Online/INNkeeper INNformation, (615) 868-1946, http://www.bbonline.com

The Innkeeping Internet Course, (800) 737-9971, http://www.bbonline.com/innkeeper/consult.html

University of South Carolina, Beaufort B&B Education Seminars, (843) 521-4147, http://www.learninnkeeping.com

Consultants:

InnVisions; Trinidad, California; (800) 210-2157, http://www.innvisions.com

Oates & Bredfeldt; Brattleboro, Vermont; (802) 254-5931, http://www.oatesbredfeldt.com

Publications:

Innkeeping newsletter ($85/year for non-PAII members; free for members), http://www.paii.org

Yellow Brick Road newsletter ($45/year), (800) 792-2632, http://www.yellowbrickroadnl.com

Books:

How to Start a Bed & Breakfast, Entrepreneur business start-up guide #1278, (Entrepreneur Media, $59, http://www.smallbizbooks.com)

Open Your Own Bed and Breakfast, by Barbara Notarius, Fredrick G. Harmon & Gail Sforza Brewer (John Wiley & Sons, $17.95, 800-225-5945)

So-You Want To Be An Innkeeper, by Mary E. Davies, Pat Hardy, Jo Ann M. Bell, & Susan Brown (Chronicle Books, $14.95, 415-537-3730)

The Upstart Guide to Owning and Managing a Bed & Breakfast, by Lisa Angowski Rogak (Upstart Publishing, $15.95, 800-235-8866).

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This article was originally published in the April 2000 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Bed, Breakfast And Beyond.

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