Imagine you’re laying in the softest, comfiest bed, in the coziest little room, and wake up to the humdrum of a small town as the day begins. Fresh coffee is brewing somewhere in the home as the smell wafts up to your room, and you catch hints of warm, yummy food. You hop into your own shower, get dressed, and head down to a common area, where you meet several amazing people and catch up over breakfast before heading out for a day of adventure.
Sounds dreamy, right? Well, that’s what the typical bed and breakfast stay at Come As You Are Inn offers. But if you’ve never stayed at an inn before, here’s what you can expect:
You get privacy and community both
While you still get your own bedroom to sleep in, there’s a lot of room for communal bonding and interaction during your bed and breakfast stay. There will be common areas like gardens and patios and music rooms or parlors where you and multiple guests spend time, giving you the best of both worlds.
You have a small--but cozy space--to stay in
Bed and breakfasts aren’t extravagant or large the way hotels or even some motels are. You’ll probably have a room to yourself and your family, and should expect cozy but welcoming living arrangements. Bathrooms are also small but spacious enough to soak in, get your daily routine done, and more.
You get to share meals with guests and hosts
One of the most charming aspects of choosing an inn or b&b to stay in is being able to enjoy and share meals with other guests and hosts. Breakfast, as the name suggests, is typically what you’ll hang out over and indulge in, enjoying fresh, home-cooked, hearty foods over great conversation. It’s incredibly fulfilling and rewarding to share food together!
Excited for your first-ever bed and breakfast stay? We’re just as excited to welcome you to our bed and breakfast in Sayville, NY! Explore our wonderful, welcoming home, take a look at the cozy rooms, special features, and common areas, and book your stay with us. We’re here to make your stay as comfortable and as memorable as possible and make sure you have the experience of a lifetime.