National B&B Week 2019

National B&B Week

We’ll be helping to celebrate the superb B&B’s, coastal guest houses, inviting country inns and all independent hoteliers and hosts during the 2nd annual National B&B Week, which starts on the 18th March.

For a whole week from the 18th – 24th of March, National B&B Week will be celebrating local B&B’s and raising awareness and acknowledgment for the hard work of the independent hoteliers and B&B owners who offer a great friendly, warm and welcoming services as well as their incredible contribution to the hospitality industry.

During the week the aim is to get as many of you fantastic holidaymakers as possible to stay in B&Bs and to help raise the profile of the independent accommodation sector.

Help Us Celebrate

You can help us celebrate everything that’s so amazing about Dartmouth’s incredible range of B&B’s and guest houses by booking your holiday or weekend away during National B&B Week.

If you’ve never stayed in a B&B before, why not use National B&B Week as an excuse to book a trip and enjoy and celebrate a truly authentic and traditional British holiday.

Through the National B&B Week website B&B’s throughout the country are encouraging you to visit  by offering exclusive discounted rates on stays throughout the week, teaming up with attractions to offer special discounts, giving guest freebies, or by donating rooms to the Family Holiday Association to give struggling families a break.

To see which B&B’s are involved in visit the National B&B Week website here and start booking your B&B holiday today.

In Dartmouth and across South Devon you’ll find many stunning B&B’s in fantastic locations which are all waiting to greet you and your loved ones. On the Discover Dartmouth website we have a host of B&B’s from countryside get aways to coastal retreats and you can view them all here.


And when you’re here, enjoying your B&B stay and exploring what Dartmouth and the surrounding area has to offer, be sure you tag #BandBWeek in your social media posts and show the world what they’re missing out on.

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