Bud and Breakfast Takes Cannabis Tourism to the Next Level

Bud and Breakfast
photo credit: @budbreakfast

Going on vacation is about relaxing, unwinding and letting your worries melt away. Being comfortable wherever you are is probably the most crucial ingredient in getting some R&R. However, as a cannabis consumer, it may be challenging to find the right fit. Hotels often don’t have balconies, Airbnb and VRBOs often come with strict rules, and you don’t want to upset anyone’s neighbour and so on. Well, this is where Bud and Breakfast come into play, the next step in cannabis tourism.

Bud and Breakfast is essentially an Airbnb type service that focuses on providing 420 friendly accommodation so you can be comfortable and express yourself while on vacation. With many different lodging types ranging from inns, rooms, bed and breakfast to the more unique such as heritage home and wellness retreats. I even saw an RV and an ashram on there while I was searching.

These properties are located across the globe, so chances are you’ll be able to make use of one on your next trip. The website itself is easy enough to use, with multiple search filters available and an interactive map that updates itself as you move around it. Prices shown on the site are listed in US dollars, as they are based in Denver, Colorado.

In addition to providing cannabis friendly accommodations, Bud and Breakfast also aim to inform the public about the plant. There is a section on the website dedicated to cannabis information including history, agricultural use and medical use. They also offer tips and suggestions to maximize your enjoyment of cannabis with reminders about dosage and paying attention to local restrictions and laws regarding its use.

Next time you’re planning a long trip or weekend getaway, don’t forget that you now have even more options available to you, and perhaps maybe Bud and Breakfast might be a little more your speed than the run-of-the-mill hotel situation.

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Stephen Nelson
Stephen Nelson is a hospitality professional with over 10 years of experience. He is a Cicerone certified educator, and knows everything there is to know about craft beer. As a musician and foodie, Stephen is an all around creative person and has experienced food and culture from destinations all over the world.