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The B&B Team

Rick Wolf and Peter Scherman (that’s Rick on the left and Peter on the right) are both experienced speakers who have presented on a range of innkeeping related topics at the state, regional, and national level. They gather and analyze research for the Innkeeping industry and welcome the opportunity to share it with others. Contact Us

Archive for the ‘Inns for Sale’ Category


Little Bit B&B-Little Bit Something Else

October 31st, 2017 by Janet Wolf

”I’m a little bit country. And I’m a little bit rock ‘n roll.” A Donnie & Marie hit, remember them? What is it? They couldn’t make up their minds? Or are they a compatible blend of each? In a similar fashion, The B&B Team offers properties for sale that are a “little bit B&B-little bit […]

College Town B&Bs for Sale-Opportunity Knocks

October 19th, 2017 by Janet Wolf

In recent years college towns across the US have been touted as great environments to retire to. Did you know they also make it onto lists of best towns for entrepreneurs? It is not only about education and cultural opportunities. College towns attract industry and employment opportunities. Put this all together and it adds up […]

Off the Beaten Path Waterside Inns for Sale

October 12th, 2017 by Janet Wolf

Explore and discover off the beaten path waterside inns for sale locations. Opportunity knocks once again! Places where the ‘night life’ is lying on a blanket in a field, gazing at a carpet of stars and listening to the chirping of crickets or the call of the loons. Where ‘fine dining’ may be chatting with […]

Opportunity Knocks!-Bed & Breakfasts for Sale 5 Rooms or Less

October 5th, 2017 by Janet Wolf

Yes…Bed & Breakfasts for sale 5 rooms or less. In addition, financially viable bed and breakfasts! Lets’ get started. In the Finger Lakes of New York there is a 5- guest room, including cabins, Bed & Breakfast for sale. It is a beauty, located between Seneca and Keuka Lakes, in the geographic heart of the […]

Old Fashioned Mountain Lodge Experience

May 2nd, 2016 by Janet Wolf

If you are a skier and love to ski with your family, an old fashioned mountain lodge experience is something you may seek. ‘Old fashioned’ can evoke a number of images as well as fond memories. These may be memories you recall from your youth that you want to re-live and share with your family. […]

Travel Slowly and Stop Often

February 3rd, 2016 by Janet Wolf

A well-known journalist of his time, George Ade once wrote, “travel slowly and stop often,” written in 1921 when the pleasures of motoring were taking hold on the public. The automobile provided a way to travel and have the opportunity to stop at your leisure, unlike rail travel where you stopped on a schedule. George […]

Investor Confidence in Rockland Maine

October 14th, 2015 by Janet Wolf

When a community starts to draw investors, especially more than one, there is a very good reason. They have done their homework and they see the future and it has dollar signs. Of course the development has to be done correctly with the historical integrity and the overall welfare of the community in mind. This […]

Edenton North Carolina-Old Town, New Discovery

September 29th, 2015 by Janet Wolf

Travel writers have been writing about the importance of discovering ‘new’ destinations for the travelling public for decades. Marketers love anything that is ‘new’. This is a challenge for marketing a destination. How do you make something old new again? Edenton North Carolina is definitely not ‘new’. “Edenton is the second-oldest town authorized by legislation in North […]

Hocking Hills in Ohio

August 17th, 2015 by Janet Wolf

The Hocking Hills in Ohio was placed among a lofty group of getaway destinations a while ago by Budget Travel. 25 Beautiful Places to Get Away From It All. Here was their pitch: “Close enough to home that we can get there in a few hours. You really get off the grid and it’s fabulous. […]

Ten Ways to See the New River Gorge West Virginia

August 4th, 2015 by Janet Wolf

The New River Gorge West Virginia is one of those amazing destinations that will, frankly and simply, amaze you. Once I started digging into this area I realized that there are a variety of ways to experience the gorge. If you like soft or extreme adventure, this is the place. Or maybe you like a more relaxed […]

Berkshires of Massachusetts

July 14th, 2015 by Janet Wolf

When travelers to New England think of a destination location their thoughts may lead them to the Berkshires of  Massachusetts. A destination location must tell a story and the small towns in the Berkshires tell a great story. In a recent article by Vikram Singh titled; ‘Shift Your Marketing Focus From Price to Value’, he talks […]

New York Adirondacks-The First Vacation Land

June 16th, 2015 by Janet Wolf

In 1869 author and preacher William H.H. Murray wrote a travel book on the New York Adirondacks entitled ‘Adventure in the Wilderness’ or ‘Camp-life in the Adirondacks’. Love how the old books had to have two titles, early SEO? The book created a huge stir that resulted in an influx of city dwellers to the Adirondacks. […]

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