Black-Owned Bed And Breakfasts Across The U.S.

By DeAnna Taylor


Every now and then we could use some rest and relaxation. The perfect way to do this is by spending a few nights at a bed and breakfast. Check out this list of black-owned bed and breakfasts around the U.S.

The Inn at Folkston (GA)

The Inn’s atmosphere is that of casual elegance, decorated with an eclectic mixture of antiques, oriental, and modern furnishings. This delightful Inn provides a comfortable and inviting atmosphere of total relaxation.

Pleasanton Courtyard Bed and Breakfast (GA)

The four guest rooms, each with its own private bath, are part of a beautiful, modernized 8000+ square foot Victorian home on a quiet street with no traffic, night noise, or street glare. Elegance, Peace and Comfort Abound!

Photo courtesy of Pleasanton Courtyard B&B

The Inn of Treasured Memories (MA)

Make yourself at home at this elegant Cape Cod bed and breakfast inn. Enjoy the on-site resistance pool or take a leisurely ride on one of the nearby bike trails.

Oak Bluffs Inn (MA)

The Inn is located at the top of the main street in town directly across from the two finest restaurants on the island. The harbor and beach are a five minute walk down the street.

Photo courtesy of Oak Buffs Inn

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Shearer Cottage (MA)

Family-owned and operated with pride since 1903, Shearer Cottage is nestled in a quiet, woodsy area in the Highlands of East Chop in Oak Bluffs on the Island of Martha’s Vineyard.

Akwaaba Mansion (NY)

A beautifully restored 19th century mansion in the Stuyvesant Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. Only 15 minutes from Manhattan, it stands along side some of the most remarkable brownstones in the city.

Photo courtesy of Akwaaba Mansion

Quintessentials Bed and Breakfast and Spa (NY)

Located near the wineries of Long Island, this impeccably appointed inn features a European spa that, along with the serene setting, will rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit.

Hubbard Mansion (LA)

This black-owned bed and breakfast in New Orleans, Louisiana boasts five guest rooms that merge modern luxury with traditional sophistication. It’s the perfect alternative for NOLA visitors looking for a more authentic Louisiana experience.

Morehead Manor Bed and Breakfast (NC)

It is said that Morehead Manor is where elegance, excitement and hospitality meet! This 8,000 square foot colonial revival-style mansion is certainly elegant.

Photo courtesy of Morehead Manor

Henderson House (OH)

It was the first African-American owned bed and breakfast in Ohio. And it’s first guests were the cast of the hit opera “The Phantom of the Opera” when it opened its doors in 1994.

Grace Manor Bed and Breakfast (PA)

Located in historic downtown York, Pennsylvania, Grace Manor is minutes from Gettysburg and Lancaster’s popular theater district. It is the perfect setting to rekindle a relationship or rejuvenate the spirit.

Thee Matriarch Bed and Breakfast (SC)

The 100 year-old Victorian inn is located in the heart of Orangeburg, South Carolina’s downtown. Each of the eight rooms is named for women who have touched the lives of the owners.

Photo courtesy of Thee Matriarch Bed and Breakfast

Lady Neptune Inn (VA)

This 1930’s Victorian can be your “Home Away From Home!” Enjoy a home made breakfast on the deck overlooking the preserved wetlands.

Ma Margaret’s House B&B (VA)

Located in Reedville, Virginia is Ma Margaret’s House Bed and Breakfast, a lovingly restored grandmother’s home expanded to meet the needs of the twenty-first century.

Magnolia House Inn (VA)

Magnolia House Inn is a tastefully restored Queen Anne Victorian inn located in the heart of Virginia’s historic Peninsula.You’ll enjoy the full breakfast and the personal concierge service.

Photo courtesy of Magnolia House Inn

Ye Olde Manor House (WI)

Perfect for everything from a wedding to a romantic retreat, this 8 bedroom inn offers sanctuary from you hectic life.

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DeAnna Taylor

DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.

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