There is Room at the Inn
Interested in buying rights? Click here to make an offer

Rights Contact Login For More Details

More About This Title There is Room at the Inn


"Many wheelers and slow walkers interested in travel assume that inns and bed and breakfasts will be inconvenient, inaccessible, or unaccommodating. Candy Harrington debunks this myth in There is Room at the Inn: Inns and B&Bs for Wheelers and Slow Walkers. She shows that inns and B&B's can actually be more accessible than many hotels, and than inn staff and management are often personally invested in accommodating their guests.Through a combination of personal experience, on-site visits, and interviews with innkeepers and other travelers, Harrington has discovered the most friendly and accessible properties, and brings her expert recommendations to the reader. Harrington's list includes not just the most accessible inns, but those in which the staff and management are the most wheelchair-positive. She includes a variety of locations from every area of the country, and also based her selection on wheelchair accessible activities and attractions in the surrounding area.With her personal, engaging style, and clear writing, Candy Harrington reminds the reader that everyone is entitled to travel, and that, with a little advice and planning, it can be fulfilling and rewarding for everyone."Preface; Tips For Finding An Accessible Inn; A Few Notes For Innkeepers; Alaska; Camai B&B; Iditarod House B&B; Feathered Nest B&B; A Taste Of Alaska; Arizona; Majestic Mountain Inn; Maricopa Manor; Two Sedona Gems; Arkansas; Country Charm B&B; Lookout Point Inn; California; Music Express Inn; Garnett Creek Inn; Fallon House; Romantic Oceanside Retreats; Mendocino Roundup; The Captain's Inn; The Redbud Inn; Blue Violet Mansion; The Inn At Occidental; Sleeping With The Animals!; Colorado; Breckenridge Picks; Old Town Guest House; Uncompahgre B&B; Sundance Trail Guest Ranch; Connecticut; Stonecroft Country Inn; Delaware; The Inn At Canal Square; Florida; Crane's Beach House; Centennial House; Inn At The Bay; Georgia; Chanticleer Inn; Hawaii; Volcano Guest House; Idaho; Blue Heron; Illinois; Cloran Mansion; Hawk Valley Retreat; Indiana; Columbus Inn; Amish Country Inns; Inntiquity Inn; Iowa; Home Farm B&B; The Mandolin Inn; Kentucky; Benham Schoolhouse Inn; Louisiana; The Historic French Market Inn; Maine; Maine Seaside Inns; Harraseeket Inn; Maryland; Waterloo Country Inn; Massachusetts; Whale Walk Inn; The Allen House; Minnesota; Stone Mill Suites; Loon Song B&B; Missouri; Hermann Inns; Kansas City Area Picks; Inn At Harbour Ridge; Walnut Street Inn; The Lodge At Grant's Trail; Montana; Roaring Lion Inn; New Hampshire; Cabernet Inn; Inn of the Tartan Fox; New Jersey; Colonnade Inn; New Mexico; Hacienda Manzanal; Dream Catcher Inn; Inn of the Anasazi; San Geronimo Lodge; New York; The Inn At Cooperstown; The Jefferson Inn; North Carolina; Hawkesdene House B&B; Theodosia's B&B; Sunset Inn; Mast Farm Inn; Ohio; Hide Away Country Inn; Hocking Hills Retreat; Inn At Honey Run; Oklahoma; Shiloh Morning Inn; Oregon; St. Bernards B&B; Beach House B&B; Seaside Inn; Pennsylvania; Blue Ball B&B; Fairville Inn; South Carolina; Two Suns Inn; Lampstand Bed & Breakfast; Tennessee; Iron Mountain Creekside Chalet; East Hills B&B; Eureka Hotel; Texas; Historic Brenham Properties; River Run B&B; Almost Heaven; Christmas House B&B; Casa de Siesta; Vieh's B&B; Utah; Castle Valley Inn; Vermont; West Mountain Inn; Sinclair Inn; Russell Young Farm B&B; Rabbit Hill Inn; The Inn At Ormsby Hill; Golden Stage B&B; Virginia; Nellysford Favorites; Grand View B&B; River's Edge; The Grey Horse Inn; Long Hill B&B; Washington; Saratoga Inn; Sleeping In Seattle;Wisconsin; Feathered Star B&B; Welcome Home; Wyoming;Cheyenne Roundup"Inns and B&Bs are known for their coziness and intimacy, but for physically challenged travelers, charm can go only so far. Candy B. Harrington, founder of the accessible travel magazine Emerging Horizons, knows this all too well. 'There Is Room at the Inn' is her impressive attempt to remedy the dearth of information available on non-traditional lodging. -- The Chicago Tribune ""Harrington's latest book challenges the general perception that 'B&B' means 'inaccessibility'...There Is Room at the Inn is a comprehensive guidebook for selecting accessible inns and B&Bs in a wide range of locales broad enough to match any traveler's tastes--in cities, on mountains, along beaches and even in the middle of nowhere. If you want to go there, Harrington allows you to...She proves that the charm and unique character of inns and B&Bs can be available to everyone.""--Ability""Each review contains a thumbnail sketch of a B&B and its location... Helpful photos of the B&Bs and rooms showing such things as ramps or accessible bathrooms garnish the book. She also notes nearby accessibly sightseeing or recreational opportunities... Harrington has already earned her considerable reputation as an informative travel writer for people with disabilities. There is Room at the Inn will add to her distinction.""--Quest Magazine""There is Room at the Inn is very strongly recommended for anyone in need of a comprehensive and accurate information resource on America's most handicap accessible inns, suites, B&Bs, dude ranches, safari parks, and mountain retreats.""--Wisconsin BookwatchÇ A must for anyone who is challenged, needs a wheelchair or is a slow walker.Ç --Real Travel Adventures""A helpful resource in finding truly accessible bed and breakfast inns.Ç -- Contra Costa Times"