Man Friendly Bed and Breakfasts For Your Next Guys Weekend
the B and B market is very eager to promote the great diversity of opportunities that await guys choosing the B&B route over a traditional hotel. bnbfinder.com sends in a few suggestions that are outside what you might typically expect from a Bed and Breakfast experience.
Mancations, guys getaways, whatever you want to call it, men need their time with their buds as much as girls do.
The Mansion at Maple Heights
Wonder what it's like to watch a game with a Super Bowl Champion? Find out for yourself at The Mansion at Maple Heights in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Chukky Okobi, a former Steeler and Super Bowl winner is also the innkeeper and still loves the game. The Gridiron Getaway Promotion includes a two-night stay, two tickets to Sunday's NFL football game, complimentary shuttle service, full breakfast and access to the theater room where guys can catch college football on the big screen.
Saddle up at Meadowlake Ranch in Sand Springs, Oklahoma where guys can live the life of a cowboy or an Indian and stay in a log cabin or a real teepee. Various day trips include a two hour trail ride, lessons in knife and tomahawk throw, shooting a bow & arrow and roping a straw calf. Get a feel of real life on a dude ranch by working on the ranch and learn how to build fences, feed horses and live stock. City slickers can also enjoy a hayride ranch tour and come back to the lodge for a bowl of "mountain man stew," drinks and a blazing camp fire.
Kingsley House Bed and Breakfast
Most guys won't say no to a cold, bottle of beer. Now, they can take home a customized six pack of their own at Kingsley House Bed and Breakfast in Saugatuck, Michigan. The Saugatuck Brew Your Own Special Package lets guys taste test and select from over 70 recipes to create the beer of their choice. An expert brewer will guide through the four hour brewing process and guys can pick up their personal beer along with a label of their choice in two weeks. The special also includes two complimentary Saugatuck brewery glasses.
- Written by James Hills
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