Skip Nav
Lori Loughlin
Lori Loughlin's Real-Life Full House Will Blow You Away
The Property Brothers
30 Things You Didn't Know About the Property Brothers
Decorating Tips
7 Ways to Steal the Kardashians' Signature Home Style

Are You a B&B Person?

Are You a B&B Person?

In the Ben Stiller movie Flirting With Disaster, Stiller's character and entourage are strongly reprimanded by the elderly B&B owner who tells him, " You are not B&B people!" While some of us love the coziness and quaintness of bed and breakfasts (as well as the yummy baked goods), I bet others are not as thrilled with the forced intimacy that often happens at B&Bs. Still, I'm a fan of them. Are you?

Flickr user Discover DuPage

Around The Web

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

Join The Conversation
fashionista119 fashionista119 6 years
No way. Totally not my or my Husband's thing.
lms lms 6 years
I stayed at one once in Napa and we didn't have to interact with anyone else. I liked it in that setting.
skigurl skigurl 6 years
NOOOOOOOOOO no i've never stayed at one and never intend to
Zivanod Zivanod 6 years
I think I am too anti-social for a B&B! :scared:
Entertainment Entertainment 6 years
I love that movie! I think of it every time I stay at a B&B.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 6 years
No. I do not like forced interaction with strange people, and neither does my husband.
earthgoddess earthgoddess 6 years
I stayed at a B&B with a boyfriend once. The romance was nice, but the forced interaction with other couples at breakfast was kind of uncomfortable for me, though everyone was really sweet and generally sociable. Like Whiplash, all of the couples were significantly older than us.
WhatTheFrockBlog WhatTheFrockBlog 6 years
I just had my first B&B experience a few weeks ago - we stayed at two of them in Maine. The first one had a lot of common space, so there wasn't too much forced interaction. The second one was much smaller and we had to eat our breakfasts with other people (all of whom were much older than we were). But I liked the fact that the B&Bs were cozy and had a lot of character. So I guess it depends on the B&B itself.
Latest Home & Garden