or bed and break·fast
[ bed-n-brek-fuh st ]
/ ˈbɛd nˈbrɛk fəst /
an accommodation offered by an inn, hotel, or especially a private home, consisting of a room for the night and breakfast the next morning for one inclusive price.
an inn, hotel, or private home offering such an accommodation. Abbreviation: B&B
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Origin of bed-and-breakfast
First recorded in 1905–10
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Examples from the Web for bed-and-breakfast
Instead, I stayed in a bed-and-breakfast kind of place near the sea, so near that everything in it felt damp all the time.My Time on the Set of 'Jaws,' or How to Get a Photo of a Frickin' Mechanical Shark|Tom Shales|August 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I was brought up Italian, and taught how to work a room and take care of the guests at the bed-and-breakfast my parents owned.