Hotels are great but if you want a warmer, more comfortable and unique experience for a change, staying in a B&B is the best option. In a bed and breakfast, you meet with your host, the owner, personally. You can express to him what you expect and he, in turn, can communicate to you directly what he wants from you as a guest.
Most bed and breakfast in Europe are personally managed by the owners, whose main concern is to make your stay as comfortable and as memorable as it could be. Most of the times, they are the ones who prepare your food and so, you can talk with them about your food preferences. As much as possible, they allow you uninterrupted rest so they only clean your room and change your beddings when you are not around.
When staying in a bed and breakfast, you can easily make the schedule of your activities. You can wander around during day time and go home to a place that makes you feel at home. You can sit on the porch, watch TV with your host and have a nice chat with them over coffee. The absence of many people makes the common room a good place to relax and spend extra hours before bedtime. You can do your laundry and cook your own lunch and dinner if the owner allows you to use his kitchen. Some owners treat you like a family member and include you in their family celebration like Christmas dinner and exchanging gift. The feeling of belongingness adds up to your unique B&B experience.
If you are a bed breakfast owner, try to create an atmosphere that will make your client feel the big difference between staying in your home and in a hotel. And to make you B&B more popular, have your website included in the list of inns and B&Bs worldwide. To reach 2 million visitors or more each month, have your bed and breakfast listed at the European Leader Bed and Breakfast Euro. Doing so will allow your clients to book online in your B&B, browse reviews about your establishment and reply to queries of potential clients.